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  • Retiring firefighter reflects on 35-year career

    Retiring firefighter reflects on 35-year career
    In his 35 years on the job, retiring Burbank Fire Capt. Ron Bell witnessed the departure of Lockheed and the machine shops that soon followed. He has seen changes in how firefighters protect themselves when battling blazes and worked with the...
  • 'Simpsons' animator draws from his heart

    'Simpsons' animator draws from his heart
    Paul Wee has a penchant for patience. A key animator on FOX TV’s “The Simpsons,” he says it takes roughly six months to create one episode from script to screen — and thousands of drawings an episode. In his Burbank office at...
  • Shelter upgrades are the cat's meow

    Two respective events saw the staff and Volunteers of the Burbank Animal Shelter (VBAS) reveal their newly renovated facility, while thousands of locals and visitors gathered to meet and greet a galaxy of stars from classic films and television shows this...
  • Building a legacy with Crescenta Valley

    Building a legacy with Crescenta Valley
    When Erin Ashby arrived upon the Crescenta Valley High softball diamond as a freshman, she was a complement to an already star-studded and established cast of Falcons that included the likes of Baillie Kirker, Lainey DePompa, Ashleigh Viers-Gordillo,...
  • Fine accomplishments for Bulldogs

    Fine accomplishments for Bulldogs
    This is the second in a four-part series looking back on the sports accomplishments of the four local high schools over the past school year. This installment is Burbank High: ¿ League championships were hard to come by during the 2010-11 campaign for...
  • Enjoying a fruitful campaign

    Enjoying a fruitful campaign
    This is the second in a four-part series looking back on the sports accomplishments of the four local high schools over the past school year. This installment is Burroughs High: Records were broken, long standing droughts were erased, state competition...
  • Local wins award at Cooperstown tourney

    Bits and pieces from the local sports scene: Toluca player takes first in Golden Arm competition: The Fightin' Titans, a Toluca Baseball Pony League team, enjoyed modest success recently at a Cooperstown Dreams Park Tournament. During the event in New...
  • Schiff's constituents benefit from vote

    Thomas Walls claims that no one in Rep. Adam Schiff's district benefits from the Congressman's vote to increase the federal debt limit (“No more support for Schiff,” Aug. 5). Well, I am in his district and I disagree with Walls. By voting...
  • Golf club problems could be worse

    Those who are so strongly objecting to City Council's decision to lend money to DeBell Golf Club would be advised to check out what is happening in Sunland-Tujunga with the beautiful Verdugo Hills Golf Course (“Water could change Verdugo's course,&...
  • Never too old for a victory

    It's still full speed ahead for martial artist Richard Matsushita. At an age when most karate competitors have hung up their belts, the 46-year-old Burbank resident is still going strong, and beating adversaries many years his junior. "I'm 46 now, [and]...
  • Enjoying a run of success

    Track and field runner McKenzie Paul probably surprised some in the Pacific League when she captured a league championship in the girls' 800 meters three years ago as a sophomore. She continued to impress during her junior year in 2010 when the Burbank...
  • New school year begins, many challenges still loom

    New school year begins, many challenges still loom
    Friends embraced, counselors distributed schedules and administrators provided directions Monday as Burbank High School swelled with students for the first day of the school year. “I couldn’t sleep,” said 14-year-old freshman Jasmine...