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Arcadia First Responders Help in Deadly California Fires
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Arcadia First Responders Help in Deadly California Fires

Woolsey Fire has claimed two lives and injured three firefighters By Terry Miller with Reports from CalFire While the recent rash of devastating fires has not directly hit the San Gabriel Valley, the effects are nevertheless felt deeply by all of us – especially the staggering loss of life and property as well as untold…

Why Are Fewer Migratory Birds Visiting Arcadia’s Baldwin Lake?
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Why Are Fewer Migratory Birds Visiting Arcadia’s Baldwin Lake?

Arcadia’s Baldwin Lake could see great benefit from Proposition 3 and Measure W By Terry Miller According to birders at the Audubon Society, there used to be approximately 330 species of migratory birds landing each winter at Los Angeles County Arboretum’s Baldwin Lake. In recent years that number has dwindled so drastically that the lake,…

Denny’s Windmill Restoration Almost Complete
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Denny’s Windmill Restoration Almost Complete

Mid-November slated as tentative schedule for installation By Terry Miller It couldn’t happen at a better time of the year, this close to Thanksgiving. What’s happening, you say? Well, the famous Van De Camp windmill atop of what is now Denny’s in Arcadia will be up and running again thanks to the tireless efforts of…

FPPC Finds ‘No Evidence of Intent to Conceal Information’ by Arcadia Councilmember Beck
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FPPC Finds ‘No Evidence of Intent to Conceal Information’ by Arcadia Councilmember Beck

By Terry Miller The Fair Political Practices Commission (FPPC) has concluded its investigation of Arcadia Councilman Tom Beck for alleged campaign violations related to timely reporting of contributor information in Arcadia’s municipal election. In doing so, the FPPC found absolutely no evidence of intent to conceal information. The complaint, originally filed by an unknown citizen…

There’s Something About Mary
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There’s Something About Mary

Mary Hansen honored by Arcadia Rotary Club By Terry Miller On Friday, during Arcadia Rotary’s weekly luncheon, a rather unique honor was bestowed upon an equally rare Arcadia woman for her numerous and generous contributions to the city. Mary E. Hansen was presented with the Paul Harris Fellow award for service “above and beyond” according…

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Arcadia Firefighters Reunite With Girl They Saved in 2008

Ten years later they give Ashley Barrancos a birthday party at Arcadia Fire Station 105 By Terry Miller Approximately a decade ago, Arcadia firefighters were dispatched to a call for an unresponsive two-year-old female experiencing what no child normally experiences at this age, cardiac arrest. The toddler was attending a birthday party when suddenly she…

Arcadia Performing Arts Center Kicks of New Season
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Arcadia Performing Arts Center Kicks of New Season

Taiko drummers and Sophia Loren’s son Carlo Ponti Jr. attended By Terry Miller Arcadia Performing Arts Center kicked off the new Season with a media day Wednesday morning to announce the new season. Taiko drummers and a Chinese theatre performed for the media. Sophia Loren’s son Carlo Ponti explained his vision behind his wonderful orchestra’s…

Arcadia Commuters Fed Up With Gridlock at First Avenue
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Arcadia Commuters Fed Up With Gridlock at First Avenue

By Terry Miller Motorists’ frustrations at the intersection of First Avenue and the new Gold Line station have been evident since the trains started running in March 2016. However, the traffic signals combined with the seemingly endless crossing of light rail trains has put some drivers at a boiling point and created yet a new…

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