Month: February, 2021

Family Seeking Missing Temple City Woman
News

Family Seeking Missing Temple City Woman

Investigators for the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department are asking for the public’s help locating 28-year-old Shannon Nichole Burns. She was last on Feb. 25, 2021 at 5:15 p.m., on the 9400 block of Las Tunas Drive, in Temple City. Burns is Hispanic, 5-foot-2, 110 pounds with brown hair, brown eyes, and with a tattoo…

Controversy Continues Over School Reopening Timeline
Education

Controversy Continues Over School Reopening Timeline

By Terry Miller As the easing of coronavirus restrictions continues, so does the controversy over opening schools. In recent weeks, numerous parent groups have voiced their annoyance with the lack of definitive plans to reopen schools. Citing multiple reasons, including students’ mental and physical health, parents and back-to school advocates are growing exponentially frustrated. The…

Arcadia High School Cautiously Resumes Athletics Amidst Pandemic
Sports

Arcadia High School Cautiously Resumes Athletics Amidst Pandemic

By AUSD Digital Communications Intern Grace Lee Few things have stayed the same throughout the past year’s wild series of events. In the search for normalcy and routine, seekers have been left with a dearth of successful finds. And yet, there is still something that provides a sense of community, relief from stress, and a…

Records Review Shows Additional 806 COVID-19 Deaths During L.A. County’s Winter Surge
News

Records Review Shows Additional 806 COVID-19 Deaths During L.A. County’s Winter Surge

Following extensive checks of death records, the Los Angeles County Department of Public Health identified an additional 806 COVID-19 -associated deaths that were not initially recorded as COVD-19 deaths. “It is heartbreaking to report on this large number of additional deaths associated with COVID-19 and a devastating reminder of the terrible toll the winter surge…

L.A. County Restores Funding to Parks and Recreation
News

L.A. County Restores Funding to Parks and Recreation

Through a motion by Supervisor Kathryn Barger that aims to invest services and programs in Los Angeles County communities, the Board of Supervisors approved the budget restoration of the Department of Parks and Recreation. “After a year of decreased social and physical activity for families across Los Angeles County, our renewed focus on programs, staff,…

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