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  • Around Town: Nonprofit 'Greatness' is a bestseller

    I've had a blast working on “In the Shadow of Greatness,” a nonprofit book co-written by U.S. Naval Academy Class of 2002. Required disclaimer: I am one of 33 contributors to the book. My activities are all pro bono. The authors and editors...
  • Police get five new officers, plus one canine

    Police get five new officers, plus one canine
    Five police recruits and a four-legged, 2 1/2 -year-old canine colleague were the latest to join the Glendale Police Department on Tuesday. Scott Wessel, James Brand, Ian Torley, Alex Mena and Carlos Soriano, who became a reserve officer, were sworn...
  • Palisades' Kevin Ronalds prepared for anything this weekend, beyond

    Kevin Ronalds was asleep on a chair in the living room of his Wind Gap home late on the night of Aug. 13. His cell phone and house phone were resting on his stomach. The Palisades social studies teacher and football coach was awaiting a call from his 18-...
  • Our Laguna: Memorial Day events a big success

    Dreary early morning skies delayed the crowd at the Laguna Beach Exchange Club's annual pancake breakfast, but folks more than made up for it once when the sun broke through. "It was the biggest crowd ever," said Sande St. John, who has been organizing...
  • Revitalizing The West Side - Starting With Young People

    Revitalizing The West Side - Starting With Young People
    A community of churches, hoping to help revitalize the West side of Grand Rapids, is making a big investment in the area, but not necessarily with money. Over past decades, Steepletown Neighborhood Services has watched as more and more families and...
  • Meet the 17 applicants for city clerk, city treasurer

    Meet the 17 applicants for city clerk, city treasurer
    When the City Council convenes on June 28 to fill the vacated positions of city clerk and city treasurer, they’ll have 17 applicants representing a wide swath of the local political sphere to choose from. The two spots are typically elected...
  • Battle re-enactments draw families of veterans

    Battle re-enactments draw families of veterans
    ST. JOSEPH -- Chase Bartlebaugh is not an advocate for war or peace, but Saturday he joined about 300 to 400 participants at Tiscornia Beach for the re-enactment of the World War II European and Pacific beach landings. "I've been a fan of history...
  • Marjorie Lee Rahtz June 27, 2012

    Marjorie Lee Rahtz, 90, of Glendale CA passed away on June 27, 2012 at Verdugo Hills Hospital after a long illness. Mom joins her husband Ralph of 63 years in eternal glory. Mom is survived by six of her children; Chris and Linda Raitz of San Clemente,...
  • Letter: Thank a veteran – for the flags in HdG

    Editor: I have read The Record both July 6 and 12 noting the accolades and thank yous to everyone involved in making the July 1 celebration the success it was. Suffice it to say those folks indeed deserve all the praise your paper gave them for all their...
  • Self-described "ninja" to undergo mental evaluation after incident at Carson's office

    Self-described "ninja" to undergo mental evaluation after incident at Carson's office
    Police arrested and ordered a mental evaluation for a man who compared himself to a “ninja” and ranted about conspiracy theories after he displayed erratic behavior at the office of Congressman Andre Carson. According to a report from the...
  • Military choppers battle wildfires

    Military choppers battle wildfires
    RANCHITA, Calif. -- Navy and Marine helicopters helped protect the homes of hundreds of rural East County residents Wednesday from a wildfire burning out of control west of Anza Borrego State Park, officials said. At the request of Cal Fire, the Navy...