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$250K reward offered in missing La Crescenta woman’s disappearance

Hoping to bring a missing La Cresenta woman home before she turns 21, her family is offering a $250,000 reward to anyone with information concerning her whereabouts. Missing since Jan. 28, friends and family of 20-year-old Elaine Park hope the reward will compel someone to come forward with information...

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Sports Briefs: Glendale grad plays second NFL preseason game

Sports Briefs: Glendale grad plays second NFL preseason game

Davis not as visible in second game A week after being repeatedly targeted by opposing quarterbacks, Glendale High product Michael Davis had a significantly more low-key effort with the Los Angeles Chargers on Sunday. The rookie corner back finished with one tackle and one assist in Los Angeles’...

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Seeing double — Shakepeare’s ‘As You Like It’ features 2 casts playing same roles

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  • Long-term commitment to California’s water resources is essential

    Long-term commitment to California’s water resources is essential

    Throughout the history of the West, the old adage remains true: “water is worth fighting for.” I believe our national parks are also worth fighting for. They are cherished places collectively known as “America’s best idea.” To protect both water and National Parks and in response to increasing...

  • Armenian history and stories should be studied and embraced

    Let’s talk about the millenniums of Armenian history, which are also the world’s history and American Armenian history. This history can be seen through American philanthropists aiding in the recovery from the Armenian Genocide, American politics carving Wilsonian Armenia and Americans fighting...

  • The case against Grayson repowering

    The case against Grayson repowering

    Glendale Water & Power has proposed building a large new gas plant in Glendale to replace the aging Grayson facility. They claim it is the best option to provide cheap, reliable electricity to Glendale. But in the current regulatory and market environment, a new gas plant makes little sense. No...

  • Story on Glendale Youth Alliance prompts tribute to those who brought it to life

    Story on Glendale Youth Alliance prompts tribute to those who brought it to life

    Re: “Life skills program wins top honor” (July 26) about the Glendale Youth Alliance (GYA). I was disappointed that the writer did not mention the founder of the program. In the early ’90s, civic leader Jack Quinn was visiting an at-risk program for teens. He asked one, what would it take to keep...

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