All nine of the La Cañada High School students who were named National Merit Scholarship Program semifinalists have emerged as finalists for scholarships that will be announced at the end of the school year.
Sheri Morton confirmed the old adage about the best way to a person’s heart is through her stomach.
Members of the Chinese Parents Association spent Friday morning with members of the Assistance League of Flintridge, making friends as they prepared and then devoured delicious dumplings together in honor of Chinese New Year.
When La Cañada Flintridge voters head to the polls for a consolidated municipal and special election on Tuesday, March 7, they will have a say in matters with citywide and countywide consequences. Continue reading “LCF City Council Election on March 7”
La Cañada Unified School District officials took a hard look last week at a tightening financial outlook.
Chief Business and Operations Officer Mark Evans warned that it appears several years of an unprecedented boost in statewide education funding will end in 2017-18. That financial influx was an effort, Evans said, to “close the gap,” or to get districts back to the level of funding they had before the 2008 recession. But those levels did not account for technology modernization expenses. Continue reading “LCUSD Could Feel State Education Financial Squeeze”
The crown fits.
Sarah Ann Settles celebrated her 17th birthday last month with great fanfare: At the La Cañada Flintridge Chamber of Commerce’s 105th Installation and Awards Gala, she was named 2017 Miss LCF — a dream come true for a girl who grew up being inspired by members of past LCF Royal Courts.
In 1969, I moved to La Cañada Flintridge with my wife and three children looking for great schools, a great church and a safe place to raise a family — the same reasons most of the new younger residents are currently moving to La Cañada Flintridge. Continue reading “Guest Column: Dave Spence”
One of the main reasons my wife and I moved to this city was because of the great school district and the strong sense of community. As the father of three children who will soon be entering our public school system; I am acutely aware of how important our schools and the families who attend our schools are to our community. Continue reading “Guest Column: Keith Eich”
I am honored to currently serve as mayor of La Cañada Flintridge after first being elected to the La Cañada Flintridge City Council in 2013 and after having served on the City’s Planning Commission for five years. Continue reading “Guest Column: Jonathan Curtis”
At Tuesday’s City Council meeting, city staff members defended their decision not to file reports with the Crescenta Valley Sheriff’s Station following three recent acts of vandalism at Memorial Park. Continue reading “City Opts Not to Report Vandalism at Memorial Park”
On Saturday morning, workers collecting storm debris from residential neighborhoods in La Cañada Flintridge also picked up political yard signs from some front yards, city officials said. Continue reading “Storm Debris Collectors Took Political Signs From Yards”