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  • Verdugo Views: Oakmont's Gold Gulch shined as a fundraiser

    Verdugo Views: Oakmont's Gold Gulch shined as a fundraiser
    Oakmont League, formed 75 years ago by the Oakmont Country Club, soon moved from being merely social and took on a philanthropic thrust, particularly during the war years.
  • Glendale native honored by U.S. Navy

    Glendale native honored by U.S. Navy
    When Paul Ignatius first stepped aboard a Navy ship, he was anxious. Japan had already attacked Pearl Harbor and the war in the Pacific was going strong. Ignatius — a Glendale native who attended Mark Keppel Elementary School, Toll Middle School...

    L.A. tries to save Verdugo Hills Golf Course

    L.A. tries to save Verdugo Hills Golf Course
    Los Angeles this week began a process that could end up protecting Verdugo Hills Golf Course from controversial plans to build hundreds of homes after the City Council voted unanimously to review the site of a former internment camp for possible status as...

    Monuments help us remember history

    The News-Press ran a front-page article detailing the sad events of sister cityhood rejection (“Japanese sister city weighs an end to ties,” Aug. 24). Higashiosaka, Japan is considering ending its 53-year relationship with Glendale. An...

    Verdugo Views: The wartime gap in the Rose Parade's history

     Verdugo Views: The wartime gap in the Rose Parade's history
    The city of Glendale is finalizing its 100th entry in the Tournament of Roses Parade on Jan. 1. The first float was entered in 1911. But that was more than 100 years ago, right? Read on to find one reason for the disparity. Except for the World War II...