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Arcadia Book Discussion Begins July 25
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Arcadia Book Discussion Begins July 25

Join a fun group of fellow readers to discuss the book of the month every fourth Tuesday. This free program is a great way to meet new and interesting people and to take part in a lively discussion. The group meets in the Library Conference Room and no registration is required. Copies of the book…

Arcadia Juniors Win All Star Tournament
Sports

Arcadia Juniors Win All Star Tournament

On July 7 Arcadia Juniors successfully won the All-Star Tournament. Starting pitcher, Julian Eskridge, led the team to a 32-3 victory over Pasadena American Junior League. The team, managed by Don McIntire with coaches Steve Gewecke and Michael Easter, beat out teams from San Marino, East Altadena, Pasadena, and Santa Anita Junior League to win the All-Star…

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The Hummingbear

With the hot weather, the bears are coming out in force. One foothill resident caught this bear helping itself to a little sweet refreshment in the form of the liquid in a backyard hummingbird feeder. Wet and sweet, that nectar was too much of a temptation for the bear. The homeowner said that he was…

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LA County Wonder Women Fight for Inclusive Accommodations for Women in LAFD Stations

Wonder Women are everywhere; LA County Board Members proved that with the aid of a pop culture symbol. Recently, Supervisor Janice Hahn donned a Wonder Woman headband while pressing Los Angeles County Fire Chief Osby on efforts to recruit and retain women firefighters and update fire stations to accommodate both men and women. Of LA…

Reader Advocates For More Time Spent Outdoors
Letters to the Editor

Reader Advocates For More Time Spent Outdoors

Sadly, television has become the lobotomy of children’s imagination. Before its advent, we played outdoors and created our own games. We played Tag-You’re-It, Pirates, Cowboys and Indians – or whatever games we made up. In those days there was no adult-supervised structured recreation for children. We had no soccer practice, no little league – nothing. We…

Coyote Controversy Continues to Kindle Arcadia Community
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Coyote Controversy Continues to Kindle Arcadia Community

Local resident upset to hear City of Arcadia was forced into litigation By Terry Miller A Duarte area resident contacted this newspaper regarding the story we ran last week about the City of Arcadia settling with PETA for $15,000 to cover legal fees incurred over the fight to stop coyote trapping before it was implemented. Steven…

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