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  • Briefly in Education

    High school artwork going on display The Huntington Beach Union High School District art show will take place from 8 to 5 p.m. Friday through April 7 at the District Office, 5832 Bolsa Ave., Huntington Beach. A reception will be held from 4 to 6 p.m....
  • Letter: Continue to fund student counseling in Burbank

    I am a grandparent of a student at Walt Disney Elementary School and I am concerned about the issue of school-based counseling. We know that early intervention is the key to help in all areas for youngsters, and we have been so blessed this past 10 years...
  • Arizona Gov. Jan Brewer bows to term limits law, will not run again

    TUCSON, Ariz. -- Arizona Gov. Jan Brewer announced Wednesday she would not seek a third term, forgoing a campaign that would have required her to challenge the state's term limits measure. The Republican had left open the option of running this year,...
  • La Cañada history: LCF teen prepared for 1954 U.S. Figure Skating Championships

    La Cañada history: LCF teen prepared for 1954 U.S. Figure Skating Championships
    Ten Years Ago Los Angeles Superior Court Judge Alice C. Hill, a resident of La Cañada Flintridge, was named the 2004 Judge of the Year by the San Fernando Valley Bar Assn. Twenty Years Ago Mary Brosius was named rose curator for Descanso Gardens'...
  • Arizona Gov. Jan Brewer declines to seek reelection

    TUCSON — Arizona Gov. Jan Brewer announced Wednesday she would not seek a third term, forgoing a campaign that would have required her to challenge the state's term limits measure. The Republican had left open the option of running this year,...
  • Phyllis Ann Smallwood, 82

    Phyllis Ann Smallwood, 82
    Phyllis Ann (Calhoun) Smallwood, 82, of North OK Schuler Road in Waynesburg, passed away Wednesday, Sept. 4, at the Compassionate Care Center in Richmond.  Born Tuesday, Aug. 25, 1931, in Mercer County, W. Va., Phyllis was the daughter of the late...
  • D44 superintendent announces retirement

    D44 superintendent announces retirement
    Lombard Elementary School District 44 will be seeking a new superintendent after school board members accepted the resignation of Jim Blanche, who held the office for 10 years. "Yes, he's retiring," school board President Brooke Wozniak said this week,...
  • Bolingbrook H.S. rallies behind departing principal

    Bolingbrook H.S. rallies behind departing principal
    The Valley View school board voted 5-2 Monday to accept the resignation of a controversial Bolingbrook High School principal. Supporters of Michael D. White say he instilled order and discipline at a school that sorely needed it when he arrived in...
  • Faces to Watch 2014: Books

    Faces to Watch 2014: Books
    'Welcome to Night Vale' Storytellers Twice monthly, an eerily calm voice reports the news from Night Vale. Like other small towns, Night Vale has PTA meetings, local construction projects and a high school football team. However, most small towns...
  • Tornado ravaged Moore, Okla. reborn for first day of school

    Tornado ravaged Moore, Okla. reborn for first day of school
    It’s been three months since Plaza Towers Elementary School became the symbolic heart of the mammoth tornado that ripped through Moore, Okla., leaving 24 people dead. The twister leveled the Plaza Towers campus, killing seven third-graders as...
  • Mistrial declared in trial of man in planted drugs case

    Mistrial declared in trial of man in planted drugs case
    A mistrial has been declared in the trial of an Irvine attorney accused of helping his wife set up a drug bust in a scheme to seek revenge against a PTA volunteer. Orange County Superior Court Judge Carla M. Singer declared a mistrial Thursday, the...