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John Burroughs

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  • Burbank moving fast toward reclaimed water

    By next summer, Burbank’s major consumers of water — most schools, parks and studios — may all be irrigating with reclaimed water. Burbank Water and Power embarked on a plan in 2007 to install 100,000 additional feet of pipeline...
  • Smart meters, golf courses and bears, oh my!

    Smart meters, golf courses and bears, oh my!
    The year 2011 was the year of development. From a huge cost underestimate on Bob Hope Airport’s massive transit center, to news that Walmart was coming to town, to the clog of a large-scale revamp of the Golden State (5) Freeway corridor, the pang...
  • Dean Ohanian

    1957-2011 Dean Ohanian was born and raised in Burbank, attended Edison ES, Luther Burbank JHS and graduated John Burroughs HS in 1975. Dean was an outstanding swimmer; he won many ribbons and trophies in competitions for the Burbank YMCA and Burroughs...
  • Family congratulates Marine Corps graduate

    Parents Robert and Brenda and sister Sarah Aguilar announce the graduation of their daughter and sister Elisa Nicole Aguilar from the Marine Corps Recruit Depot in Parris Island, South Carolina. Aguilar, 20, attended Bret Harte Elementary School,...
  • John Burroughs High School Drama Department receives first place award

    The John Burroughs High School Drama Department won first place for its production of Arthur Miller’s “The Crucible” by the California Educational Theatre Assn. The department won first place under the “Best Play” category...
  • Burbank ponders pricy replacement of Camphor trees at Memorial Field

    Burbank ponders pricy replacement of Camphor trees at Memorial Field
    As a $12.2 million makeover of Memorial Field at John Burroughs High School nears completion, city leaders and school board members continue debating the possibility of replacing six camphor trees on one end of the field – a move that would cost the...
  • Burbank clubs

    Burbank Sunrise Kiwanis The Burbank Sunrise Kiwanis Club has been busy this past year, especially at the Burbank Boys & Girls Club. Some of its activities included planting a garden, hosting four crazy-countries classes that members chose (Ireland,...
  • Philanthropic family hosts festive soiree

    Philanthropic family hosts festive soiree
    ‘Tis the season for friends and family to come a-calling and mistletoeing, to exchange gifts and holiday greetings, to host parties and other sundry fa-la-la-laing. Keeping with that tradition, the Cusumano Real Estate Group hosted their annual...
  • Nitros edged by Granada Hills

    Nitros edged by Granada Hills
    BURBANK — Before turning into a nailbiter, Tuesday's matchup between the Glendale High girls' basketball team and Granada Hills started as a defensive struggle. Ultimately, the contest resulted in a Nitros defeat. Glendale fell to Granada Hills,...
  • Alfred Glenn Zook

    ++++++++++++++++++++ || ++++++++++++++++++++ ||   ++++++++++++++++++++ ||   || ++++++++++++++++++++   || ++++++++++++++++++++ || ++++++++++++++++++++ Alfred Glenn Zook         Alfred G. Zook passed away on 5/31/11 at the age of 92.  He was born...
  • New track might force removal of mature trees

    New track might force removal of mature trees
    A handful of half-century-old trees on North Keystone Street could be removed this summer because officials say their roots and canopies will likely damage a new track planned for John Burroughs High School. A dozen of the Camphor trees along the 300...