As far as welcoming parties go, this one was special. This one was a first.
Nearly 380 La Cañada High School students volunteered to get up early and spend a few hours at school before the school year started this week. Continue reading “Link Crew Comes to the Rescue of Nervous Freshmen”
The clock has started for county officials to make a determination about the decades-long tug-of-war over the students living in the Sagebrush area of La Cañada Flintridge. Continue reading “Sagebrush Petition Certified by County”
Did you see him? He was right there, in the thick of it, at the turbulent center of the political universe.
If you tuned in to the Republican National Convention last week, you easily might have spotted Riley Owen. The 2016 La Cañada High School graduate was a regular presence on the floor at Quicken Loans Arena in Cleveland, in the mix with delegates and political stars and pundits, soaking up the history as it was being written. Continue reading “Memorable Experience at the RNC”
By Avery Yang
The morning sun glitters off the many model granite countertops — some gray, some black, some an off-beige — on display at Coram Design Center. Continue reading “LCHS Grad Seeks to Fuse Non- and For-Profit Worlds”
Candice Young has stepped foot in 40 countries, including 27 since she graduated from UC Davis in 2011 with a degree in biological sciences.
Along the way, no nation has captured the 26-year-old La Cañada High School graduate’s heart like Nepal. Continue reading “LCHS Grad Steps Up Big for Nepal”
Jamie Lewsadder’s dream job got even better Tuesday, when the Governing Board welcomed her, unanimously, into her role as La Cañada Unified School District’s first chief technology officer. Continue reading “Lewsadder Named District’s First Chief Tech Officer”
Consider them a team of scientific superheroes whose mission is to democratize air quality data in a way that tangibly benefits the world. Continue reading “Ingenuity of ex-LCHS Science Enthusiasts is Recognized”
Vicki Schwartz said she’s long wondered why La Cañada Flintridge didn’t have a Sister City. Continue reading “Sister Act: LCF Group Hunts for Companion City”
Ryan Zerbel caught his players peeking at their new football field as it was being installed last week. The second-year Spartans coach could tell they liked what they saw: the beginning of a striking, dual-tone surface similar to the field on which college football power Oregon plays its home games. Continue reading “Dazzling New Field Being Installed for LCHS Teams”
Like other 12-year-olds, Esme Salzman fills her free time by messing around on the Internet. She spends hours online, actually. But the way this soon-to-be LCHS 7th-grader kills time benefits wildlife in Africa. Continue reading “Local Animal Enthusiast Makes Impact in Africa”