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  • Indians take third in league

    GIRLS' GOLF Burbank, Burroughs in Pacific League finals: The Indians stamped their ticket to the CIF Southern Section playoffs by placing third in the final league competition. In addition, two Burroughs players qualified for individual postseason play....
  • Don't give more money to DeBell

    I am sorely disappointed in Mayor Jess Talamantes’ remark that the DeBell Golf Course is too big to not rescue and thus, we must “bail” them out (“Council OKs rescue of DeBell,” June 11). DeBell Golf Club already owes the...
  • DeBell's management structure scrutinized as city ponders revamp

    DeBell's management structure scrutinized as city ponders revamp
    As city officials take up the process of revamping the financially strapped DeBell Golf Club, they have so far declined to say whether they favor a recommendation to overhaul a management structure that was called inefficient by an outside consultant....
  • Golfers weigh in on DeBell

    Golfers weigh in on DeBell
    More than 500 golfers have participated in an online survey about DeBell Golf Club as a consultant hired by the city to turn the troubled course around starts evaluating strengths and weaknesses. A senior project manager for National Golf Foundation,...
  • Deadline looms for DeBell consultant

    Those interested in turning around the DeBell Golf Course have until Friday to submit their qualifications as the city prepares to bring in an outside consultant for the job. Consulting firms interested in the job must submit a proposal outlining their...
  • Walmart shouldn't be a closed-door decision

    I agree completely with the letter regarding Walmart that appeared in the Aug. 31 Burbank Leader titled “Walmart is far from a cure-all.” My question is why are so many important issues facing the city of Burbank decided behind closed...
  • Burbank captures tournament crown

    BOYS' WATER POLO Burbank in El Rancho Tournament: The Bulldogs played well and captured their first championship in the tourney Saturday. Burbank was paced by Sam Akopian, who was named the tournament's most valuable player. Akpoian tallied six goals...
  • Tubert makes cut in debut

    Last week was a good week for golfer Emily Tubert. Not only did the Burroughs High graduate make the cut in her first LPGA event, but she was also selected to the 2011-12 Golf World's list of players to watch. Tubert received a sponsor's exemption for...
  • City to hold DeBell study session

    City to hold DeBell study session
    In an effort to make oversight of the troubled DeBell Golf Club as transparent as possible, the City Council will schedule a special study session to discuss recently enacted reform measures. Councilman Dave Golonski on Tuesday lobbied for the meeting,...
  • Burb's Eye View: A new mayor with new challenges

    With the speeches over, Jess Talamantes was free to roam the crowd of thousands filling Olive Avenue. He’d already danced with Mickey and Minnie on the steps of City Hall, bantered with a band and weatherman Fritz Coleman, and now he was free for...
  • National Golf Foundation to assist with reviving DeBell

    National Golf Foundation to assist with reviving DeBell
    A division of the nonprofit National Golf Foundation is on tap to assist Burbank officials as they work to turn the struggling DeBell Golf Club around. The golf subcommittee, which was formed to review the financials of the city-owned DeBell course...
  • Group eager to sort out DeBell woes

    Members of the newly formed oversight subcommittee for the troubled DeBell Golf Club on Wednesday said they were eager to decipher how the red ink started flowing, and how to save the course. The subcommittee — which some have criticized as...