Ronald Joseph McLoud

Ronald Joseph McLoud

May 27, 1937 – Nov. 19, 2021

 Ron was an outgoing and unique guy with a big heart. He was the captain of our family ship, and he centered his amazing life on love of family. He passed away Nov. 19, 2021 at the age of 84, surrounded by his wife and three kids. Ron […]

Nailbiter on the Field as Falcon Lacrosse Takes on Vista Murrieta Broncos

By Justin HAGER Despite a rough start and being down by three going into the fourth period of the CIF-SS championship game on Saturday afternoon, the Falcons boys’ lacrosse team staged a comeback scoring four goals in six minutes. Unfortunately, the Vista Murrieta Broncos would not go down without a fight tying the game with […]

Morning Evac Alert Raises Alarm

A morning evacuation alert for Chevy Chase Canyon residents raised alarm throughout the Crescenta Valley when many area residents also received the alert. However, according to Glendale police chief Carl Povilaitis, the alert was just part of an evacuation drill in the Chevy Chase Canyon area.

Prom Plus: Past, Present and Future

Prom Plus: Past, Present and Future

Prom Plus has been a part of Crescenta Valley for almost three decades. Its tagline “Saving Lives One Prom at a Time” basically states it all. By Mary O’KEEFE Prom is one of those nights that is exciting and worrisome. For seniors it is part of a ritual that has lasted generations. It signals the […]

Notable Groups Recognized by Council

By Julie BUTCHER The Glendale City Council started its weekly meeting on Tuesday night by recognizing frontline emergency medical workers during EMS Week. “You never really appreciate the EMS service until you need it,” said Councilmember Ara Najarian. “Their service is truly what helps make Glendale the premier city that it is. We can sleep […]

Weather in the Foothills <<< Sue Kilpatrick

“But tomorrow may rain, so I’ll follow the sun.” The Beatles, “I’ll Follow The Sun,” 1964 Summer is making its annual entrance; the skies are clear with warm winds a blowing. Once it settles in, it’s here until October. Mild summer evenings bring many of us outdoors – maybe into the local mountains. You are […]

From the Desk of the Publisher <<< Robin Goldsworthy

Taste of Montrose As I promised in last week’s column, I’m going to share with you the topper of two weekends ago: Sunday’s exciting day along Honolulu Avenue. After being quiet for two years due to the pandemic, Honolulu Avenue came alive on Sunday, May 1 when the Montrose Shopping Park Assn. hosted the annual […]

In brief

Rosemont Preserve Restoration Day The community is invited to the Rosemont Preserve Restoration Day on Saturday, May 14 from 9 a.m. until 11 a.m. to help protect the natural habitat at Rosemont Preserve. Volunteers will be weeding the demonstration garden and removing invasive plants that pose a fire danger to the Preserve. Wear sturdy shoes, comfortable […]

Nurses Recognized at USC-VHH

Nurses Recognized at USC-VHH

By Bethany BROWN USC Verdugo Hills Hospital celebrated National Nurses Week (May 6 to May 12) by hosting wellness events, music concerts, continuing education and professional development opportunities. It also held recognition ceremonies for nurses’ professional contributions and clinical achievements. The intent was to recognize in-house nurses for their many sacrifices and contributions. Two well-respected […]

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