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I’d like to acknowledge the work of two of my journalism students who did a yeoman job last Monday night by covering the small plane that crashed on Glenwood Road in Glendale. Agnessa Kasumyan, who has been on Hoover’s High School newspaper...
The Tornado band is preparing for a presidential march. Hoover High School student musicians have been invited to West Branch, Iowa — the birthplace of their school’s namesake — for the 50th anniversary celebration of the Herbert...
Tags: High Schools, Libraries, Education, Students, Schools
Things didn't go exactly as planned during the first round of the Hoover High boys' tennis team's CIF Southern Section Division II wild-card match at Mission Viejo on Tuesday. Looking to take a lead into the second round, the Tornadoes instead went in...
I know I’m a week late, but I just had to chime in on the Rapture. Big disappointment, eh? I bring it up after the fact because, well, what if Old Harold was right? Hey, the Centers for Disease Control released their zombie apocalypse-...
BOYS' TENNIS Crescenta Valley 10, Hoover 8: It was doubles, particularly Tim Chong and Patrick Meserkhani, that carried the Falcons to a win at home in Pacific League play Tuesday. Chong and Meserkhani swept in No. 1 doubles, 6-4, 6-1, 6-1, as CV (4-4,...
Tags: Tornadoes, College Sports
NORTHWEST GLENDALE — In a match that was years in the making, the Hoover High boys’ volleyball team missed an opportunity to pick up its first victory this season after a 25-18, 25-20, 25-17 Pacific League defeat to visiting Burbank on...
Tags: Volleyball, Tornadoes
LA CRESCENTA — Michael Linvill said he got plenty accomplished Wednesday afternoon for the Crescenta Valley High boys' volleyball team. It started with a strong serve and ended with a crisp pass en route to helping host Crescenta Valley notch a 25-...
GLENDALE — There was clearly a difference between both teams when the Crescenta Valley and Hoover high boys' volleyball teams squared off in a Pacific League match Thursday. The senior-laden Falcons are looking to climb the league standings after a...
Tags: Volleyball, Tornadoes
After 50 years of honoring the town’s most beautiful and lush landscaping, La Cañada Valley Beautiful has launched a new award to honor those yards that are green in more ways than one. Each month the club will issue a Green Award to residents...
Tags: Natural Disasters, Droughts, The Getty, Droughts
There's a part of us that secretly likes disasters. Well, maybe not so secretly. That's why Joan Didion's famous riff on the Santa Ana winds — "the weather of catastrophe, of apocalypse" — is hauled out several times a year to explain what L....
Tags: Joan Didion, Los Angeles Times, Netherlands
PASADENA — Given a second shot, Hoover High sophomore Tyra Williams and her Tornadoes didn't miss. The midfielder knocked in a floating 30-yard free kick for the lone goal Tuesday afternoon as Hoover defeated host Blair, 1-0, in nonleague play. "I...
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