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NEWS
September 12, 2001
Jeff Tully BURBANK -- In the wake of the terrorist attacks on the East Coast Tuesday morning, athletic events and practices have been postponed and canceled at all four local high schools. Burroughs, Burbank, Bellarmine-Jefferson and Providence high teams and programs have been affected. The schools were affected after terrorists crashedtwo planes into the World Trade Center buildings in New York, another into the Pentagon in Washington, D.C. and a third near Pittsburgsh.
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NEWS
By: | October 5, 2005
BURBANK VS. GLENDALE WHEN: 7 p.m. Friday. WHERE: Moyse Field at Glendale High. RECORDS: The Bulldogs are 2-2; the Nitros are 1-3. LAST WEEK: Burbank defeated Hoover, 48-7; Glendale lost to Temple City, 24-14. OUTLOOK: The Bulldogs received good news even before they took the field Friday in a win against Hoover. Starting quarterback Jason Barbic, who broke the thumb on his throwing hand two games ago, had surgery Thursday to repair the injury.
NEWS
December 8, 1999
The following incidents were taken from police reports: MEDIA DISTRICT NORTH 2400 block of North Buena Vista Street: A 22-year-old Redondo Beach man was arrested on suspicion of possession of controlled substances at 12:45 a.m. Friday. The man allegedly had two foil containers -- one with a tar-like substance believed to contain heroin and the other containing 12 prescription narcotic pills -- in his glove compartment. The man did not have a prescription for the pills, police said.
SPORTS
December 31, 2005
fox and doubles La Cañada High Coach Joe Thompson hasn't had to make many lineup changes throughout the past three seasons. Perennial No. 1 singles player Kelley Fox has been a big reason why. Fox, a junior, continued to flourish atop the singles lineup for a La Cañada squad that won its second consecutive Rio Hondo League championship in 2005. She showcased her talent with a cool demeanor en route to finishing with a stellar 40-9 record against some of the top regional competition.
NEWS
By Melanie Hicken | May 26, 2010
C ommunity solutions posed Saturday to state Sen. Carol Liu about the state's budget crisis ranged from streamlining school administrators to allowing the production of hemp. The suggestions came during a town hall meeting at the Glendale Central Library hosted by Liu (D-La Cañada Flintridge), who represents Burbank, Glendale, La Cañada Flintridge, Pasadena, San Gabriel, Temple City and parts of Los Angeles. Liu said she hosted the meeting to try to give residents a snapshot of the "dire" budget situation as she and other state lawmakers work with Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger prepare to fill a $19.1-billion gap in the state's budget for the coming fiscal year.
SPORTS
By Jeremy Curtis, Special to the Leader | May 14, 2011
BURBANK — Quite easily, the Burroughs High volleyball team made history on Saturday afternoon. The Indians disposed of visiting Cypress Saturday, 25-15, 25-18, 25-20, in a CIF Southern Section Division III quarterfinal playoff match to advance to the semifinals for the first time in program chronicle. With the win, top-seeded Burroughs (32-3) advanced to Tuesday's semifinal round, where it will meet either Temple City or South Torrance. "We worked so hard just to get a No. 1 seed," said Ike Nwachie, a middle blocker.
SPORTS
December 31, 2011
GIRLS' BASKETBALL Providence 48, San Diego Tri-City Christian 25: The Pioneers won the Tri-City Tournament on Thursday, turning back the host team. Providence's Catherine Saint recorded 16 points and four assists en route to being named the tournament's most valuable player. Katia Dabbaghian of Providence had 11 rebounds and five steals and was selected to the all-tournament team. Bea Benedicto collected 11 points and eight rebounds for the Pioneers, who held a 24-12 halftime advantage.
ENTERTAINMENT
March 13, 2012
Every March, during Women's History Month, Rep. Adam Schiff (D-Burbank) honors one outstanding woman from each of the communities in the 29th Congressional District. They include: Alhambra, Altadena, Burbank, Glendale, Monterey Park, Pasadena, San Gabriel, South Pasadena and Temple City. “Recipients of the 'Woman of the Year award' come from all walks of life and represent the thousands of women who make a positive impact in our region,” Rep. Schiff said in a statement. “I urge constituents to contact my office and let us know about some of the admirable women in our communities by nominating them for this year's award.” While there are no specific criteria for nomination, Rep. Schiff looks for women who - through their work or volunteerism - have improved the quality of life in our community.
SPORTS
April 15, 2011
Bits and pieces from the local sports scene . Burroughs' Elsenbach, Bell-Jeff's White will team up in contest : Burroughs High senior Lisha Elsenbach , and her senior counterpart at Bellarmine-Jefferson, Layana White , had a great deal in common this past girls' basketball season. The two not only helped lead their teams to respective league championships and deep runs in the CIF Southern Section playoffs, but both proved to be invaluable members of their squads.
NEWS
August 31, 2002
The 1770s, 1860s and 1960 are now ancient history, and this is probably not the resurrection or the second coming of George Washington, honest Abe Lincoln or Bobby Kennedy. But two of our local politicians are making all the right moves for our community and our children. These two Yankee Doodle good guys, who are serving our neighborhoods so well, do not wear white cowboy hats or ride painted ponies. And because they don't, and because it is very often difficult for voters to recognize hard-working elected officials, I feel these politicians should receive a little praise from us parents.
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