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Columbus Elementary 4th grade students celebrate a win in a canned food pyramid building contest on Friday. The competition caps a week long canned food drive. From left, Narineh Hovassian, 9, Leo Yadegarian, 9, Luana Richards, 9, Loucin Chrikjian, 9, and Dallas Kaauwai, 9. (Roger Wilson/News-Press)

Jumping for joy
Columbus Elementary School students capped off their weeklong food drive Friday at the campus with a competition on who could build the largest canned-food pyramid.

Retailers unveil holiday strategies
DOWNTOWN — The Americana at Brand and Glendale Galleria have taken dramatically different approaches in marketing themselves as holiday shopping destinations, with one focusing on cheer and the other on value.

Details released in shooting
LA CAÑADA — The shooter in last month’s murder-suicide in La Cañada Flintridge once lived with the female victim and her husband, investigators said this week.

Officials eye alternatives for curfew
BURBANK — The Federal Aviation Administration decision to reject a nighttime noise curfew at Bob Hope Airport may have seen a blunt end to a nine-year, multimillion-dollar effort, but officials said advanced warning of the impending decision had given them time to develop alternatives.

CV lets one get away
BURBANK — With both teams battling to stay in Pacific League championship picture, the Crescenta Valley High and Burroughs football teams battled to a stalemate through three quarters.

Turnovers doom St. Francis
MISSION HILLS — Exemplified by its defense, the St. Francis High football team played tough on Friday night. The Golden Knights played through injuries, they played through momentum shifts and they kept coming back.


Written by Times Community News

November 7, 2009 at 10:43 am

Posted in glendale, News Roundups

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