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Labor Day

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  • Start the Presses: An insulting case of justice denied

     Start the Presses: An insulting case of justice denied
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  • News-Press Editorial: Drayman's punishment not appropriate

    Less than two weeks ago, locals who felt betrayed by the actions of John Drayman, the disgraced former Glendale councilman convicted of embezzlement, were able to take a small amount of satisfaction when a judge labeled him a crook and sentenced him to...

    Letter: City should focus on library's overall operations

    Re “New year will follow some familiar stories...Museum, library changes” (Jan. 2): If a pending Carrell Associates survey is similar to the survey submitted to the City Council by the Rose Institute in late December, it will ask very...

    The Whiteboard Jungle: Later in the day, not earlier in the summer

    The Whiteboard Jungle: Later in the day, not earlier in the summer
    Glendale schools opened on Aug. 12, the earliest start date in history, doing away with the traditional September-through-June school calendar that hasn't been all that traditional for a while now. The back-to-school ads that once appeared in newspapers...

    Something to look for on Labor Day

    Labor Day should also be dedicated to the “invisible workers,” those we never see or acknowledge, yet who make our lives so comfortable. Our heartfelt thanks to the gardeners, street cleaners, park attendants, dishwashers, waste disposers,...