Advertisement
YOU ARE HERE: Burbank HomeCollectionsTemple City
IN THE NEWS

Temple City

FEATURED ARTICLES
NEWS
December 5, 2001
Sang Lee MCCAMBRIDGE PARK POOL -- First-year Burbank High girls' water polo Coach John Abdou wasn't upset with his squad's 12-3 nonleague loss to Temple City. It wasn't because he felt his team was incapable of winning Monday at McCambridge Park Pool, but rather, he knew that in only the second match of the season, mistakes would be inevitable. "To us, it felt like a preseason game. These girls need more game-time experience. That's the only way you get better, by playing more," Abdou said.
SPORTS
November 28, 2007
GIRLS? SOCCER Burroughs 2, Campbell Hall 1 : The Indians had a fine effort on the road Monday, as the team opened the season with a nonleague victory. Burroughs scored the winning goal in the second half. Freshman Amy Lopez and Daniela Salinas worked diligently in the second half to get the Indians their share of chances. The duo?s hard work paid off late in the match when Lopez scored on an assist from Salinas. Burroughs? first goal in the opening half was scored by freshman Anabell Gonzalez.
NEWS
August 22, 2001
Karen S. Kim BURBANK -- State Sen. Jack Scott (D-Burbank), Assemblyman Dario Frommer (D-Burbank) and Assemblywoman Carol Liu (D-La Canada Flintridge) will honor women in business Oct. 18 during a luncheon in La Canada. They're asking the community for nominations. Nominees must conduct business in Altadena, Atwater Village, Burbank, Eagle Rock, East Hollywood, Glendale, Griffith Park, La Canada Flintridge, La Crescenta, Lake View Terrace, Los Feliz, Montrose, Pasadena, San Marino, Shadow Hills, Silver Lake, Sunland, Temple City, Toluca Lake or Tujunga.
NEWS
January 4, 2003
Fourth-grader Nina Guo and sixth-grader Nazila Nouri from the Foothill Progressive Montessori School in La Canada Flintridge have been named winners of the El Capitan Theatre's "Tuck Everlasting" essay contest. They answered the question "If you could choose to live forever, would you and why?" Guo, the grand-prize winner, won iMac computers for her and her teacher as well as tickets for her class and eight chaperons to see "Tuck Everlasting" at the El Capitan.
NEWS
August 9, 2003
Molly Shore Gov. Gray Davis' recall election received collateral damage Wednesday when 56-year-old action hero Arnold Schwarzenegger declared his candidacy for governor. It was great news to Schwarzenegger devotees, but others raised their eyebrows at the prospect of "Conan the Barbarian" taking up residence in the governor's mansion. Whether for or against having another actor in the statehouse -- former President Ronald Reagan, a longtime B-movie actor, was California governor from 1967-75 -- people strolling along San Fernando Boulevard on Friday were eager to express their opinions on Schwarzenegger's starring role in California's political blockbuster: "Arnold Schwarz- enegger seems like a nice person.
NEWS
December 5, 2001
Jeff Tully BURBANK -- Alfonso Tucay did all he could to help his UCLA men's water polo team win its third straight NCAA championship. However, despite two goals from the former Burroughs High standout, the Bruins fell Sunday to top-ranked Stanford, 8-5, in the title match at Palo Alto. It was the third time this season Stanford (22-1) defeated the Bruins (16-5). Brett Ormsby also had two goals for UCLA. The Bruins suffered from a sputtering offense early in the match, as the Cardinal jumped out to a 3-0 lead midway through the first quarter.
SPORTS
By Story by Dylan Kruse ?Photo by Tammy Abbott | April 19, 2008
When La Cañada High?s Kristine Cato was first introduced to the sport of water polo, the idea of playing goalie didn?t sit particularly well with her. ?I played [goalie] in soccer and it wasn?t for me,? said Cato, who got her first taste of playing goalie in her freshman year of water polo. ?It was really a pressure position and I didn?t like it at all. I didn?t think I was going to be good at it.? But after the standout senior season she turned in for the Spartans between the pipes to cap off her illustrious career, it?
SPORTS
December 6, 2008
GIRLS? BASKETBALL Burbank 66, South Pasadena 51 : The Bulldogs advanced to the championship game of the San Gabriel Valley Classic with a semifinal win over South Pasadena on Friday at San Marino High. Burbank (3-0) will play Whittier Christian for the tournament championship today at Sam Marino. Katie Nelson led the Bulldogs on Friday with 20 points and 11 rebounds, while Kristin Crawford added 17 points and six assists. Evelyn Abrami had eight points and four assists and Tiffany De Ramus had eight points and six steals for Burbank In a second-round game on Wednesday, DeRamus scored 13 points, including a five-of-seven stint from the free-throw line in the closing minutes, to seal a 48-44 win over Bonita.
NEWS
October 30, 2004
Darleene Barrientos In Bob New's opinion, state Sen. Jack Scott (D-Burbank) is a prince of a man, but that doesn't change his view on Scott's politics. "He's sure a swell guy. He's a very, very nice man. He has a lovely wife and I think she's a closet Libertarian," New said, laughing. "But politically, he's tried to pass a lot of silly gun laws and believes in controlling people and taxing people. Of course, that's the Democratic point of view. It doesn't detract from his character or intelligence, but he's gone the wrong way, as far as we think."
BUSINESS
By Jeremy Oberstein | September 20, 2008
Hundreds of community leaders from across the region gathered Friday at the Castaway restaurant in Burbank to honor 20 women. The ninth annual Women in Business awards included five Burbank and Glendale professionals among the other honorees recognized for stimulating economic growth in Southern California and leading businesses that have contributed to the well-being of their respective cities. In addition to Burbank and Glendale, women in Pasadena, Arcadia, Eagle Rock, La Cañada Flintridge, South Pasadena and Temple City — all of which encompass three legislative districts — were awarded.
ARTICLES BY DATE
NEWS
By Zain Shauk | May 26, 2010
F or nearly all of state Sen. Carol Liu's term in office, she has had to deliver bad news to officials in Glendale and Burbank. Trouble began shortly after Liu's election in 2008, when the national economy went south. California state officials worked last year to close a combined deficit totaling $60 billion, and some of the lawmakers' solutions directly affected cities. Liu (D-La Cañada Flintridge) met with city officials from her district, which includes Burbank, Glendale, La Cañada Flintridge, Pasadena, San Gabriel, Temple City and parts of Los Angeles.
Advertisement
SPORTS
December 6, 2008
GIRLS? BASKETBALL Burbank 66, South Pasadena 51 : The Bulldogs advanced to the championship game of the San Gabriel Valley Classic with a semifinal win over South Pasadena on Friday at San Marino High. Burbank (3-0) will play Whittier Christian for the tournament championship today at Sam Marino. Katie Nelson led the Bulldogs on Friday with 20 points and 11 rebounds, while Kristin Crawford added 17 points and six assists. Evelyn Abrami had eight points and four assists and Tiffany De Ramus had eight points and six steals for Burbank In a second-round game on Wednesday, DeRamus scored 13 points, including a five-of-seven stint from the free-throw line in the closing minutes, to seal a 48-44 win over Bonita.
BUSINESS
By Jeremy Oberstein | September 20, 2008
Hundreds of community leaders from across the region gathered Friday at the Castaway restaurant in Burbank to honor 20 women. The ninth annual Women in Business awards included five Burbank and Glendale professionals among the other honorees recognized for stimulating economic growth in Southern California and leading businesses that have contributed to the well-being of their respective cities. In addition to Burbank and Glendale, women in Pasadena, Arcadia, Eagle Rock, La Cañada Flintridge, South Pasadena and Temple City — all of which encompass three legislative districts — were awarded.
NEWS
August 6, 2008
Humans encroached on coyotes’ area Shame on Jim Riggio (“Coyotes are on the prowl in our hillsides,” Mailbag, July 26-27) and hooray for Robert Morrison (“Follow simple rules regarding coyotes,” Mailbag, July 30). I live in the Burbank hillside area and have seen my share of wildlife, including coyotes. What Riggio and many others seem to forget is that we humans are the ones who have encroached on the habitat of these coyotes. Because of development and the destruction of the environment, they, along with other wildlife, have nowhere else to go, and consequently they come down into neighborhoods in search of food and water.
SPORTS
By Story by Dylan Kruse ?Photo by Tammy Abbott | April 19, 2008
When La Cañada High?s Kristine Cato was first introduced to the sport of water polo, the idea of playing goalie didn?t sit particularly well with her. ?I played [goalie] in soccer and it wasn?t for me,? said Cato, who got her first taste of playing goalie in her freshman year of water polo. ?It was really a pressure position and I didn?t like it at all. I didn?t think I was going to be good at it.? But after the standout senior season she turned in for the Spartans between the pipes to cap off her illustrious career, it?
SPORTS
By Gabriel Rizk | February 2, 2008
GLENDALE — The Glendale Community College baseball team had a taste of what it was like to win last season. This season, the Vaqueros want to savor more of the same. Last season’s 23-21 record was the winningest mark thus far in Coach Chris Cicuto’s four-year tenure and was a shot in the arm for a program that won just nine games the year before. There’s still room for improvement, however, as the Vaqueros finished eight games below .500 in the Western State Conference and fell short of their playoff goal.
SPORTS
November 28, 2007
GIRLS? SOCCER Burroughs 2, Campbell Hall 1 : The Indians had a fine effort on the road Monday, as the team opened the season with a nonleague victory. Burroughs scored the winning goal in the second half. Freshman Amy Lopez and Daniela Salinas worked diligently in the second half to get the Indians their share of chances. The duo?s hard work paid off late in the match when Lopez scored on an assist from Salinas. Burroughs? first goal in the opening half was scored by freshman Anabell Gonzalez.
NEWS
October 20, 2007
The state Legislature sent 964 bills to the governor this year. Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger signed 780 bills and vetoed 214. Here?s a review of how bills backed by area legislators fared in Sacramento. Bills that were approved or vetoed before the Sept. 12 legislative deadline are not listed. ? Signed: SB 52 , Career Technical Education, simplifies and streamlines the teacher- credentialing process for career technical education. SB 193 , Paraprofessional Teachers, increases funding for the California Paraprofessional Teacher Training Program, which brings classroom aides into the teaching profession through a plan of financial and instructional support.
NEWS
March 25, 2006
Rep. Adam Schiff, a Democrat who represents Burbank and Glendale, named Tuesday his women of the year from the cities in the 29th District in honor of Women's History Month. They are: Beth Marcus of Burbank, Seta Simonian of Glendale; Angie O'Brien of Pasadena; Betty Wang of South Pasadena; Helen Hancock of Alhambra; Nancy Donohue of Temple City; Pat Maguire Freeman of San Gabriel; Sandra Thomas of Altadena and Sharon Martinez of Monterey Park. Marcus is a family physician who practices in La Cañada Flintridge, where she has practiced for more than 10 years on the medical staffs of Verdugo Hills Hospital and Glendale Adventist Medical Center.
Burbank Leader Articles Burbank Leader Articles
|