Terry Miller

Arcadia’s Mayor Tom Beck Says City is ‘Great’
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Arcadia’s Mayor Tom Beck Says City is ‘Great’

  Annual State of the City Event Highlights City’s Accomplishments Story and photos By Terry Miller The annual State of the City event was hosted by Arcadia Chamber of Commerce’s CEO and emceed by Arcadia Association of Realtors Association’s Andrew Cooper. Mayor Tom Beck started his opening remarks with the following statement at the State…

PETA Sues Arcadia Over Plan to Snare, Slaughter Coyotes
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PETA Sues Arcadia Over Plan to Snare, Slaughter Coyotes

    Group Cites City’s Failure to Perform Environmental Impact Assessment, Is Determined to Stop Plans to Harm, Kill Native Wildlife Thursday, PETA and Arcadia resident Sarah Rosenberg filed a lawsuit in Los Angeles County Superior Court against Arcadia to stop the city’s plan to use cruel neck and leg snares to trap and then…

Methodist Hospital’s Annual Mardi Gras Celebration Draws Hundreds Raises $180,000
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Methodist Hospital’s Annual Mardi Gras Celebration Draws Hundreds Raises $180,000

  Story and photos By Terry Miller Methodist Hospital Foundation’s 22nd Annual Mardi Gras took place at Sirona’s in Santa Anita Park with proceeds supporting digital mammography services at Methodist Hospital. “Mardi Gras is a fun and lively celebration enjoyed by community leaders, physicians, local businesses, and community members for the past 22 years,” said Sherry…

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Bariatric Support Group Meets Feb. 28

  Methodist Hospital’s Bariatric Support Group will host a dining experience event at the hospital cafeteria to educate bariatric patients about portion sizes. The event will also cover how to track calories for long-term weight loss success. The event is free. Methodist Hospital is located at 300 W. Huntington Drive, Arcadia. To attend, please RSVP…

Arcadia Approves Controversial Coyote Trapping Plan, Again
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Arcadia Approves Controversial Coyote Trapping Plan, Again

  $20,000 allocated for education and snare trapping By Terry Miller Despite city of the Arcadia staff recommendation to continue education regarding the coyotes, council listened to the continued community outcry over the “intense population” increase of local coyotes and voted to use snare traps, which City Manager Dominic Lazaretto admitted was not exactly the…

Larry Carlton’s Arcadia Gig Extraordinary
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Larry Carlton’s Arcadia Gig Extraordinary

  Article and Photos By Terry Miller Mr. 335 (aka Larry Carlton) is arguably the foremost jazz/rock/blues guitar player working today. On Saturday night at the Arcadia Performing Arts Center, Carlton fans were in for a truly extraordinary treat which surpassed any expectations one may have had. Playing his signature Gibson ES 335, complete with…

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