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  • 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...
  • Sun shines on Mayor's Cup charity golf tourney

    We have had some very interesting weather lately. One day the temperature shoots up to the 80s, and the next day, we are freezing. But April 29 turned out to be a gorgeous day with the sun shining brightly on the Burbank Sunrise Kiwanis Mayor’s...
  • Youth athletes test Memorial Field

    The Burroughs High track and field team has not even held a home meet at its new Memorial Field facility. Instead, a group of local youth athletes got first crack at the venue in an annual event Saturday. They were able to test out the new running track...
  • Hoops the hard way: Competition pits local teams in a robotic game of basketball

    Hoops the hard way: Competition pits local teams in a robotic game of basketball
    Local teens tested their mettle — and their metal — during a regional robotics competition Friday and Saturday at the Long Beach Arena. La CaƱada High School, John Burroughs High School in Burbank, John Muir High School in Pasadena, and...
  • Trash is the latest fashion trend at Muir Middle School

    Trash is the latest fashion trend at Muir Middle School
    Models strode to and fro, blotting their makeup and adjusting their hair. Designers made last-minute tweaks to hemlines and shoulder straps. A producer looked anxiously at her watch. The scene backstage at the first Muir Middle School fashion show had...
  • Coastal Gardener: Nature's various gardens are breathtaking

    "I only went out for a walk, and finally concluded to stay out till sundown, for going out, I found, was really going in." —John Muir * We pulled back into the driveway, our adventure through some of California's best wild and human gardens...
  • Charles L. Schelberg, bank president, dies

    Charles L. Schelberg, bank president, dies
    Charles L. Schelberg, a retired Eastern Shore banker and a World War II veteran who served with the Navy in the Pacific, died June 19 of pneumonia at Gilchrist Hospice Care in Towson. The Queenstown resident was 86. Mr. Schelberg was born in Wilmington,...
  • Park upgrade hinges on state

    The City Council voted unanimously on approving the submission of a grant application by the city’s Community Services & Parks that would provide the city with upwards of $3 million to revitalize Palmer Park. Director of Community Services &...
  • Friendly area competition

    Bits and pieces from the local sports scene: Finding out who is the city's best: There will be a large group of youngsters running and jumping around at Burbank High today, that is, if the weather cooperates. But the boys and girls will be scampering...
  • On a pilgrimage to the Ancient Bristlecone Pine Forest

    On a pilgrimage to the Ancient Bristlecone Pine Forest
    The White Mountains that straddle the California-Nevada border are known for their extreme environment. They get less than a foot of rain a year. The wind blows almost constantly, and the temperatures can dip to well below zero. Hard to imagine, then,...
  • Natural Perspectives: Kayaking to keep Bolsa Chica clean

    People need to clean up after getting dirty. Wetlands are no different. In olden days, storms would flush out our coastal wetlands. Before "civilization" struck, the only debris out there was natural and decomposable. Not any more. These days, the Bolsa...