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  • Natural Perspectives: Invertebrate 'hunting' provides good biology lesson

    Natural Perspectives: Invertebrate 'hunting' provides good biology lesson
    Vic and I searched for marine invertebrates at the Bolsa Chica Ecological Reserve last week. Accompanying us were 18 young men and women from the Orange County Conservation Corps. Our task was to collect a variety of marine invertebrates for docents at...
  • Thoughts from Dr. Joe: Being part of all there is

    If you read the contents of this space last week, you’ll remember my students and I were heading to the Rocky Mountains to learn about history, Indian mythology, themselves, and how to survive on the land. Our mission was to live off the land in...
  • Manifest Destiny, in art

    Manifest Destiny, in art
    In 1861 Carleton Watkins took the definitive picture of Yosemite Valley from the aptly named Inspiration Point. The sheer granite wall of El Capitan, as sharp as if cut with a cleaver, fills one side of the photo. A rising tier of rock monoliths marches...
  • Burbank Noon Rotary is historic event

    The July 12 meeting of the Burbank Rotary Club was an exciting and memorable gathering indeed. For not only was it the inaugural meeting of new president Jonathan Taylor (who announced that he was newlywed), but the Invocation was given by his father,...
  • Glendale API scores trend upward

    Glendale API scores trend upward
    Glendale Unified improved its overall score to 851 for the 2010-11 school year on the Academic Performance Index, the all-important statewide measure of student achievement, according to data released Wednesday. The district score improved nine points...
  • Warriors are on the upswing

    Warriors are on the upswing
    This week marks the midway point of the 2011 prep football regular season and because of a rare oddity in scheduling, five of the six local teams are off. The lone local taking the field this week is Brethren Christian, which on Saturday travels north to...
  • Dr. Richard Koch dies at 89; medical pioneer

    Dr. Richard Koch dies at 89; medical pioneer
    As a prisoner of war in Germany during World War II, Richard Koch chose his life's work after reading one of the few books in the camp's meager library — the medical biography "The Doctors Mayo." Liberated in 1945 after 13 months in captivity, he...
  • Elks host 'Hoop Shoot' fun

    Elks host 'Hoop Shoot' fun
    BURBANK — Fabiana Jimenez was glad to be competing on a court again. Two years after advancing to the national competition of the Elks National Hoop Shoot Finals and a year after missing out on the local portion of the event because of prior...
  • Meet new Orlando Magic coach Jacque Vaughn

    Meet new Orlando Magic coach Jacque Vaughn
    The Orlando Magic narrowed their field of coaching candidates to three finalists: Michael Curry, Lindsey Hunter and Jacque Vaughn. Of those three, the most likely choice is Vaughn. So let’s take a closer look at Vaughn. Jacque Vaughn Age: Will...
  • What will Harvey Milk Day Mean at Area Schools?

    What will Harvey Milk Day Mean at Area Schools?
    Have you laid out your kids’ clothes for school tomorrow or are you keeping them home, because tomorrow is Harvey Milk day? Last week, we first told you for a group calling for a class boycott because of a day members felt would instruct kids about...
  • Man Dies after Cop Shoots him

    A Vallejo policeman shot and killed a man Monday after fearing his own life was in jeopardy. The cop was assigned with another policeman to look for drivers under the influence of drugs or alcohol. Around midnight, they saw a white Lexus speed by...