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Three letters to the editor this week are in support of Measure LC while another writer suggests voters take a closer look at the LCUSD parcel tax measure.
The columnist goes on a road trip that starts along the West Coast before moving east. Even rural areas, he notes, boast Girl Scouts selling cookies around this time of year.
Walking in windstorms is fun, writer Reg Green notes. Among other things, there’s no need to watch for falling trees along his favorite Angeles National Forest trail.
“A thousand feet below was a layer of gossamer clouds, orange tinted from the early morning sun,” writes Reg Green of the sight from a Southland trailhead on the morning of Kobe Bryant’s death.
“What is left for children to believe in when baseball, often associated with American values, is tarnished?” the columnist asks.
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  1. The victims of a residential burglary Sunday on Greenridge Drive called two days later to report a second incident — their vehicle, a Mercedes, had been stolen.
  2. La Cañada Unified Governing Board members passed a resolution Monday calling for a parcel tax renewal to be placed before district voters in the March 2020 election.
  3. Before the incorporation of La Cañada Flintridge in 1976, “annexation” was a nasty word around these parts.
  4. A newly formed Women’s Ensemble left Choral Director Jeff Brookey with 133 junior high dresses that no longer fit the bill. So he searched for a choir in need of new outfits and found a glad recipient.