The Early Edition: Glendale News-Press

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Sylvia Loftus, a registered nurse, fills a prescription at the Glendale free health clinic at the First United Methodist Church Tuesday, Nov. 24, 2009. The clinic has a completely volunteer staff of doctors, nurses and other individuals who come from their regular jobs and schools to donate the time and skills to the clinic.

Clinic copes with economic side effects
Two hours before the Glendale Community Free Health Clinic opens its doors, uninsured patients are lining up outside, anxious to see a doctor.

Fiscal heat is turned up in race
Assemblyman Paul Krekorian (D-Los Angeles) is hoping a final campaign push for votes will put him over the top in a runoff election Tuesday for a seat on the Los Angeles City Council, a development that would open the doors for a race to replace him in the Legislature.

District, union resume talks
GLENDALE — Negotiations between Glendale Unified officials and teachers on salaries and other contract provisions got underway this week after months of setbacks and finger pointing between the two sides.

Security calls, thief answers
GLENDALE — An alleged thief thought he could outsmart an alarm company Thursday morning when he answered their phone call during a burglary, told them he was a pharmacy employee and gave them a fake password, officials said

Falcons make a statement
LA CAÑADA FLINTRIDGE — Impressive as it was when Crescenta Valley High’s girls’ water polo team opened its season with a 20-goal victory, it was the Falcons’ 11-6 nonleague win against La Cañada on Thursday afternoon that clearly made an emphatic statement.

CV ‘D’ keeps up hot start
LA CRESCENTA — While failing to score any goals on Thursday afternoon, the members of the Crescenta Valley High girls’ soccer team continued to score points with their coach

Education Matters: If gender equality, combat were to cross
I’ve written before about the changing status of girls in public schools and in higher education. Attendance in my advanced placement courses are, and have been for the past four or five years, 60-40 girls over boys.


Written by Times Community News

December 4, 2009 at 9:37 am

Posted in glendale, News Roundups

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