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Sara Cardine

Sara Cardine covers the city of La Cañada Flintridge for the La Cañada Valley Sun. This means days filled with phone calls, emails and Facebook messages about home break-ins, city ordinances and code violations, schlepping to city and school board meetings, furiously scribbling notes at local events, learning and sharing about the innovative and ingenious undertakings of various La Cañada Flintridge adults and children, and lots and lots of research. Did you just hear that loud boom sound outside? She’s probably calling someone about it right now.
Art show depicts the many moods of Angeles Crest Highway and surrounding landscapes

“Highway 2: The Journey and the Destination” — a free show on display through March 30 at La Cañada Flintridge Library — aims to capture a manifold vision of the thoroughfare and the land it intersects as a sanctuary, habitat, mistress and a scene for both solitude and adventure.

Preschool teachers learn 2 minutes can mean life or death in ‘Stop the Bleed’ training

On Thursday, a group of La Cañada Flintridge Community Center Preschool teachers learned how to prevent fatal blood loss in the event of an emergency or disaster during a “Stop the Bleed” training presented by Pasadena’s Huntington Hospital.

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