Susan Motander

MAP Celebrated in Library Park
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MAP Celebrated in Library Park

No, this was not a celebration of cartographers, but rather of community.  Monrovia Area Partnership (MAP) which is sponsored by the City of Monrovia shared the joy of community with the community.  There were booths from various departments of the city including the police and fire departments as well as public works.  There were also…

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Detective Doney Disgusted with Dirty Duarte Doctor Decision

Dr. Daniel Healy, Duarte’s Dirty Drug Doctor has finally been sentenced after several postponements. Federal Judge Manuel Real sentence the doctor to just 4 years, less than even his attorney had requested. In the sentencing, the Judge remarked that by his conviction alone, Healy had lost his livelihood and entire lifestyle. Healy’s attorney had requested…

AHS Constitution Team Wins National Title
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AHS Constitution Team Wins National Title

The Arcadia High School Constitution team won the National Championship in a competition which was held over the weekend in Washington D.C. The team of thirty high school seniors had won the state competition earlier this year. “Out of all the academic or athletic teams there are, I honestly believe that the “We the People”…

Claremont Mayor May Seek Anthony Adams’ Assembly Seat
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Claremont Mayor May Seek Anthony Adams’ Assembly Seat

Corey Calaycay, the Mayor of Claremont, is considering a run for the California State Assembly seat currently held by retiring Assemblyman Anthony Adams. Adams had promised to serve for only two terms and is keeping that promise even after overcoming recall attempts. Calaycay said that he is in the process of making a decision regarding…

Monrovia City Band Was Rose Parade’s First
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Monrovia City Band Was Rose Parade’s First

Pasadena may have the Tournament of Roses, Arcadia may boast of being the home of the Rose Queens and Sierra Madre may have a prize winning float, but what’s a parade without a band? That’s were Monrovia comes into the picture.  Well, maybe not this year, but the first band ever entered in the Rose…

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Kick Off Set for Gold Line Extension to Azusa

A kick off for the extension of the Metro Gold Line from Pasadena out to Azusa has been set for this Saturday, November 21 at the site of the future Monrovia Gold Line Station in the historic Santa Fe Station at the Northwest corner of Myrtle Avenue and Duarte Road.  The family friendly celebration will…

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Monrovia Councilmembers to Meet with Supervisor Antonovich

Gold Line, Gang Injunction to be Discussed in Public Meeting The Monrovia City Council meets annually with Mike Antonovich, the member of the Los Angeles Board of Supervisors in whose district the city exists. The meeting for this year is set for today, November 19 at 8 a.m. in the Community Service Room at the…

Griffith Park, A Little Something for Everyone
Columns

Griffith Park, A Little Something for Everyone

“It must be made a place of recreation and rest for the masses, a resort for the rank and file, for the plain people. I consider it may obligation to make Los Angeles, a happier, cleaner and finer city. I wish to pay my debt of duty in this way to the community in which…

Earline Mountjoy
Obituaries

Earline Mountjoy

I was lucky to get to know Earline Mountjoy. I say I was lucky in that she was not an easy person to get to know, not that she was unpleasant. Quite the opposite. Earline was a quiet person who was content to be a supporter of the things she loved rather than the star….

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