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The 2013 Senior Class of Ticktockers from National Charity League Glendale culminated their six years of volunteer service during the 62nd annual Senior Presentation, themed "Dancing in the Moonlight." As each of the 27 Ticktockers was introduced and...
Lucille passed away from congestive heart failure. Born in Chicago Illinois, she was the second child of Pearl and Stanley Brokenshire. Lucille attended Miami-Jacobs Business College in Dayton Ohio. In 1947 she attended the School of Nursing at Los...
Beloved mother of Cheryl Gubser Nelson and David Gubser. Grandmother of Christina Fritz and Michael Nelson. Great-grandmother of Jonathon Fritz. Also survived by her sister, Patricia Misner. No flowers please. A donation to the American Red Cross is...
When the United States entered World War II, the nation needed financing in order to build up its defense system. So the government issued a new series of war bonds. The first one, Series A, had been issued in 1935, as a way of promoting safe...
August A. Giraldi, a longtime resident of La Canada-Flintridge, passed away peacefully at the age of 101. He led a wonderful life of accomplishment and generosity. He was known and loved for his positive attitude and his willingness to pass on his...
Tags: Polio, Italy, The Wall Street Journal, Vaccines, Politics
TAMPA, Fla. – Political conventions tend to mess with one’s sense of time. For journalists on the West Coast, whose deadlines are three hours later than usual, it’s heaven. Writing on deadline can be a stressful experience. You have...
When Dr. Bruce Ascough pulls up to a Red Cross hospital in Mexico, there usually are dozens of people with deformities and other ailments lined up to see him and other doctors, hoping they can change their lives for the better and emerge from a life of...
Julie Burroughs Shermer One of Glendale’s finest ambassadors, Julie Burroughs Shermer, passed away June 21, 2012. Born in Glendale to James and Genevieve Sultenfuss, Julie attended Glendale schools including Hoover High School and subsequently...
More than 750 women and girls in our community are the recipients of tens of thousands of dollars from Soroptimist International of Glendale. Every year, the mighty Soroptimists give to local charities and hospitals. On Thursday (June 21) funds were...
Martha Moren received the Glendale News-Press Perpetual Trophy for her dedication to the Glendale Women's Athletic Club during the installation tea on June 5 at the group's clubhouse. Moren was also honored as the member to have hiked the most miles....
Tags: Arts and Culture, Charity, Artists, Painting, Fine Artists
When land lines and cell towers fail, it will be the “ham” radios that keep the channels of communication open. To prove it, for a 24-hour period starting on Saturday, amateur radio broadcasters with the Crescenta Valley Radio Club...
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