Galen Patterson


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2020 Rose Parade Highlights
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2020 Rose Parade Highlights

By Galen Patterson 2020’s Rose Parade greeted the U.S. at the dawn of a new decade on Jan. 1. The show began with the traditional stealth bomber flyover, where the military showcased it’s quiet technology even at low altitudes, which led immediately into a short performance by Ally Brooke. Accompanied by many dancers and drummers,…

Looking Back on 2019 in Arcadia
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Looking Back on 2019 in Arcadia

By Galen Patterson 2019 has been a turbulent year for Arcadia. Murders, robberies and scandals overshadowing a larger problem of horse fatalities that had an entire industry focused on the mid-sized city in the foothills. This year, Arcadia set trends and standards, vindicated prior troubles and set laws that will last for generations to come….

An Evening in the Moonlight Forest
Arts & Entertainment

An Evening in the Moonlight Forest

By Galen Patterson Beginning shortly after dark, some of the lights from the forest can be seen from the parking lot but the experience on the other side of the fence is entirely different. Immediately upon entering, guests are directed by lights along the recommended pathway. The lights originally take the form of exploding cannons,…

City Council Denies Consideration for First Friendship City with Arcadia
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City Council Denies Consideration for First Friendship City with Arcadia

3-2 vote stops Arcadia from publicly declaring friendship with Dongfang City in Hainan Province, China By Galen Patterson The Arcadia City Council halted consideration for the first application in the Friendship Cities Program. The application was brought forth by Councilmember Sho Tay  proposing a declaration of friendship between Arcadia and Dongfang City, Hainan Province, China….

Remembering Charles Gilb on Veterans Day
Community

Remembering Charles Gilb on Veterans Day

By Galen Patterson Charles Gilb was born in Cincinnati, Ohio in 1924, but raised in Twin Falls, Idaho. He was pursuing a degree in business at University of Idaho, Moscow when WWII broke out and Gilb joined the Marines. He quickly rose to the rank of Staff Sergeant, a feat that generally takes 8-10 years…

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