A well-coiffed crowd will gather for a celebration of cityhood next week at the La Cañada Flintridge Country Club, reveling high on the hillside overlooking its city, which on Nov. 30 will turn 40 years old.
As the crowd continued to grow at his election night party at Pasadena’s Armenian Cultural Foundation, Anthony Portantino made the rounds, embracing supporters and posing for photos as the early results of his state Senate race were projected onto a screen.
The nearly half-century-old Sagebrush debate raged on at Crescenta Valley High School last week during the second and final public hearing about the most recent proposal for the school territory transfer from Glendale Unified to La Cañada Flintridge Unified.
The La Cañada Unified School District’s oversight committee met recently to make sure it is properly monitoring progress on both local and state goals to improve and maintain education excellence.
Chaplain Mark Yeager wasn’t sure what to expect when his keynote speaker promised to deliver an address focused on “Mesmerizing Rhythms,” but Mark Labberton came through with a splendid motivational morning message at the annual Community Prayer Breakfast recently at the Crescenta Cañada YMCA.
Cynthia “Cindy” Marie Wyatt, age 62, passed away in her home on Aug. 22 in Montrose.
She was born on April 9, 1954, in Cicero, Ill. She graduated magna cum laude from Loyola University in Chicago in 1976. She worked in sales and business development with the Pharmaseal Laboratories, a division of American Hospital Supply in Glendale. She obtained her master’s degree in business administration from Pepperdine University in Malibu. Cindy finished her career as a marketing manager with Sunrise Medical.
A standing-room-only crowd in the La Cañada Unified School District’s board room was divided between the attendees in the yellow “One City, One School District” buttons and those in the yellow “Keep GUSD Whole” buttons.
The La Cañada Flintridge City Council will wait for input from the state to decide whether to allow owners of commercial buildings within multifamily zones in the city to expand their facilities.
The CIF-Southern Section announced Monday that Drake Beasley Jr., a La Cañada High School senior who is one of the top football players in the state, will remain ineligible for what’s left of the season, denying an appeal by his family last month.
Students learn differently, and so the safety officials at La Cañada High School capped Red Ribbon Week on campus with varying tactics to deliver important lessons on drug-free living.