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Town Council Election Results

Town Council Election Results

 
 
Results are in from this weekend’s Crescenta Valley Town Council elections. Lisa Griffin, Mike Claessens and Sophal Ear garnered the most votes, winning  the three seats that earn  three-year terms. Aram Ordubegian, JoAnn Stupakis and Charles Beatty won the three alternate seats, which are one-term terms.
 
Griffin, Claessens and Beatty are current councilmembers. Griffin was the [...]

Body Found on La Tuna Canyon

Body Found on La Tuna Canyon

UPDATE 2:28p.m. Thursday:
The burned body of a man found in La Tuna Canyon has yet to be identified. The man’s body was discovered on La Tuna Canyon Road near the trail entrance just south of the Foothill (210) freeway by the Los Angeles City Fire Department after they responded to a call concerning a fire. [...]

Weather in the Foothills

Weather in the Foothills

“Even if something is left undone, everyone must take time to sit
 And watch the leaves turn.”
~ Elizabeth Lawrence, 1930s writer

Thanksgiving is over. Our home was aglow with candles and autumn leaves on the mantle and a fire crackling beneath. Aromas of homemade rosemary rolls and turkey filled the air. Complete with family and [...]

from the desk of the publisher

from the desk of the publisher

Attitude of Gratitude
 
Writing for the Thanksgiving issue is one of the easiest tasks of the year for me. Whereas some weeks it’s tough to grab onto a subject that I think will be interesting to CV Weekly readers, the Thanksgiving holiday gives me a chance to share how grateful I am for all that I’ve [...]

Weather in the Foothills

Weather in the Foothills

“For each new morning with its light,
  For rest and shelter of the night,
  For health and food, for love and friends,
  For everything Thy goodness sends.”
                     ~Ralph Waldo Emerson

After their long voyage and experiences crossing the Atlantic Ocean in 1620, the Pilgrims were especially grateful as they began their new lives in America. Looking [...]

from the desk of the publisher

from the desk of the publisher

The Definition of “Reporting”
With advances in technology happening as fast as they are, it is not surprising that truth and ethics are being debated and in some cases redefined. Especially in the industry of journalism, where the standard was that if it was in print it was considered almost sacred. Of course, this theory was [...]

from the desk of the publisher

from the desk of the publisher

Changes for the Holidays
It’s already the second week of November – holy cow! One can’t help but think ahead to Thanksgiving taking place in just two weeks and on the heels of that is Christmas and all the wonderful things that entails.
I’m eager to share some changes that are going to take place this upcoming [...]

from the desk of the publisher

from the desk of the publisher

Remembering
the Best
The wheels of justice may be grinding to a stop – or coasting to the end of the road depending on your point of view – in the case of Paul Crowder, the local man who was a teen when he shot and killed 17-year-old Crescenta Valley High School senior Berlyn Cosman at an [...]

Weather in the Foothills

Weather in the Foothills

“Time is a brisk wind, for each hour it brings something new … but who can understand and measure its sharp breath, its mystery and its design?”
~ Paracelsus, Renaissance alchemist, physician and philosopher

This Sunday, Nov. 6, we once again change our clocks back to Pacific Standard Time. Rarely do you hear enthusiasm over this task. [...]

from the desk of the publisher

from the desk of the publisher

Saying Thank You
On Monday morning, I had the privilege of attending the dedication of the memorial at the Crescenta Valley Sheriff’s Station honoring those from CV who had fallen in the line of duty.
The skies over the parking lot at the sheriff’s station were overcast as a sizable crowd took their seats and, after the [...]


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