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Tournament of Roses Royal Court Princess Michelle Van Wyk, from La Canada High School, looks on as Princess Katherine Hernandez, from Flintridge Sacred Heart Academy, greets La Canada resident and cancer patient Evelyn Kirst during the Rose Queen and Royal Court visit to cancer patients at Glendale Adventist Medical Center in Glendale on Tuesday. (Raul Roa/News-Press)

Rose Court visits cancer survivors
The 2010 Tournament of Roses Royal Court paid one of its first ambassadorial visits Tuesday to cancer patients at Glendale Adventist Medical Center.

Video store pot bust
LA CRESCENTA — Glendale police on Friday arrested the owner of a video store they say used his business as a front to provide marijuana and untaxed cigarettes to customers, authorities said.

Army recruitment rises
GLENDALE — The number of Army recruits from Glendale and Burbank increased by 57% last year — a surge Army officials attributed to the recession, expanded benefits for soldiers and enhanced community outreach.

Police address council concerns
CITY HALL — Police officials assured at least one Glendale Police Advisory Council member Monday night that the turmoil consuming Burbank’s finest was a far cry from things here.

CIF SOUTHERN SECTION DIVISION VI BOYS’ WATER POLO SEMIFINALS: The road to the championship

GLENDALE — Over the last couple of days, congratulatory e-mails have been sent out to Glendale High boys’ first-year water polo Coach Forest Holbrook. Personal greetings have also showered the team members.

Falcons focused on familiar opponent
GLENDALE — Motivation isn’t often lacking with any team once it reaches the semifinal round of the postseason.

Tropico Perspective: Embracing our differences
It’s easy to talk about embracing diversity, about how honoring other cultures and ethnic histories encourages others to embrace our own, but it can be difficult to put your finger on the real ways it can affect our lives.

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Written by Times Community News

November 18, 2009 at 8:02 am

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