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A service remembering the late Angel Jorge Posca and his 12-year-old daughter, Angelina, held on April 1, 2010, marked the first anniversary of their deaths in a big-rig crash.

50 years ago this week the Valley Sun featured on its cover the photo of a cougar named “Susie” playing with an 8-year-old Oak Grove Elementary School student.

One of Gracie Dundee’s first initiatives in elementary school involved getting permission from a teacher to work on a charity project with interested friends during 10 minutes of recess time.

Rising to the challenge from a TV show, the Community Center of La Cañada Flintridge in March 2010 created the monstrous sweet and held a carnival for its unveiling. The center netted $5,000 for its efforts.

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  1. La Cañada High School graduates Kyle Bilowitz and Travis Emi, who took over the Alta Dena Dairy stand at Foothill and Ocean View boulevards last October, hope to appeal to a wider, and decidedly different, customer base.

  2. As the number of novel coronavirus cases in the La Cañada Flintridge reporting area rose to eight, the City Council declared a local emergency Tuesday and examined how to assist community members impacted by the pandemic.

  3. Many can look at a historic home and note how an individual architect, or the style of a certain school of design, guided the structure’s lines and overall appearance.

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