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  • 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...
  • Winning the numbers game

    Winning the numbers game
    There has been a definite upswing with the Burbank High and Burroughs football programs the past few years. Last season, the Indians shared the Pacific League championship and the Bulldogs were in contention for a title until the final regular-season...
  • Leaving a lasting imprint

    Leaving a lasting imprint
    It's admirable when an athlete can finish his high school career knowing that he left an indelible mark on an athletic program. But to leave that mark on two separate programs is nothing short of impressive. Lucas Yanez did just that at Burroughs High....
  • Debell is an asset well worth the loan

    As president of the Burbank Senior Men’s Golf Club, I would like to respond to the criticism by Burbank residents to the loan of $1 million and to the reserve of another $1 million to potentially help the Debell Golf Club through difficult...
  • Squads will have to be road warriors

    The three area football teams will have to get used to life on the road for the 2011 season. Because of the ongoing renovation of Memorial Field, Burroughs, Burbank and Bellarmine-Jefferson highs — which all use the venue as their home field &#...
  • Burbank Noon Rotary is historic event

    The July 12 meeting of the Burbank Rotary Club was an exciting and memorable gathering indeed. For not only was it the inaugural meeting of new president Jonathan Taylor (who announced that he was newlywed), but the Invocation was given by his father,...
  • Monroy leads local pack

    Monroy leads local pack
    Anthony Monroy led a talented Burroughs High boys' cross-country group last season. The Indians finished second in the Pacific League behind a sensational Arcadia team that went on to win a state championship. Burroughs also advanced to the CIF Southern...
  • Realtors rally behind Habitat for Humanity

    While real estate agents are known for their professional service in the buying and selling of houses, rarely are they known for actually building them. That, however, was the case as members of the Burbank Association of Realtors (BAR) took up shovels,...