The Early Edition: Burbank Leader

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Dr. Kevin Jolly (center).

District confirms Jolly leaving
WEST BURBANK — The Burbank Unified School District confirmed Supt. Kevin Jolly’s resignation Monday, announcing that the top administrator would finish out a year on the job before stepping down June 30.

City passes declaw ban
CITY HALL — Burbank became the eighth city in North America to ban the declawing of cats, after weeks of testimony and political squabbling.

Hospital adds itself to exposure list
MEDIA DISTRICT — Thirty-four stroke patients were overexposed to radiation during CT scans at Providence St. Joseph Medical Center, officials said Monday.

Petals, plane and pride
It’s crunch time for the Burbank Tournament of Roses Assn., with legions of volunteers expected to descend on the downtown warehouse this weekend to decorate the “Barnyard Aces” float.

Area talent rewarded
BURBANK — For the second straight season, all four area girls’ volleyball teams made the postseason.

Record-breaking
BURROUGHS HIGH — There was little doubt to those close to the Burroughs High girls’ basketball program that Lisha Elsenbach was going to be a standout player for the Indians this season.

Everyone’s Business: Talk about brutal behavior
It’s time for The Talk — first mine to you, the parents, then yours to your middle-school kids.

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Written by Times Community News

December 9, 2009 at 9:21 am

Posted in burbank, News Roundups

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