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The Green household in La Cañada teems with activity as costumes are prepared for an upcoming three-night staging of a comic opera.
There were patches of snow on the front ridge and enough on Angeles Crest Highway to have blocked the road above La Cañada Flintridge.
This transition from December to January is a time for measuring what one has learned, not just in the previous 12 months, but along the winding and unpredictable roads you’ve traveled.
The second semester brings fewer breaks, colder, gloomier weather, colds and flu going around, and not as much excitement.
On most days of the week, the author’s morning hike on the Mt. Lukens fire road is uninterrupted. On Tuesdays and Thursdays, however, he encounters what he calls the ‘Four Cyclists of the Apocalypse.’
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  1. Measure LC campaign volunteers are taking to the phones to inform voters about the need to extend a parcel tax that brings in $2.6 million annually for local schools.
  2. The Crescenta Valley Sheriff’s Station is investigating a fatal collision between a motorcycle and vehicle that took place on Sunday in La Cañada Flintridge along Angeles Crest Highway.
  3. “It was like Vesuvius right in your backyard. Ash was pouring everywhere. School was cancelled — it was bad.” – former La Cañada City Councilman Steve Del Guercio on the 2009 Station fire
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