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  • Keeping Christianity cool

    Keeping Christianity cool
    La Crescenta Presbyterian has created a new youth group called Overflow, which organizers hope will inspire high-school teens to bond with college students and encourage them to stay active in church at a time when they might otherwise wander away....
  • Providence takes full advantage

    Providence takes full advantage
    NORTHEAST GLENDALE — Literally and figuratively, it was a game that the Providence High girls' soccer team just couldn't lose. Saturday morning's Liberty League opponent Oakwood was short-handed, fielding only seven players, presenting a golden...
  • Organizations: Women of heart will be honored

    The YWCA of Glendale is having its 14th annual Legacy Luncheon beginning at 11:30 a.m. Thursday at The Castaway Restaurant in Burbank. This year’s luncheon will honor five women with the Heart & Excellence Awards and two high school seniors with...
  • Fueled by a challenge

    Fueled by a challenge
    Pavle Atanackovic asked his Crescenta Valley High Coach Kiel McClung an interesting question prior to the beginning of the winter boys' soccer season. The Falcons standout forward inquired about how many goals his coach had scored during his junior...
  • All-Area second team soccer

    Joan Alvarez, Senior, Forward, Burroughs The first-team Pacific League pick recorded 11 goals and 14 assists. His play guided the Indians to a 9-3-3 league record, good enough for second place. David Russell, Sr., Forward, Flint....
  • Yutaka Shimizu dies at 84; longtime San Fernando Valley high school basketball coach

    Yutaka Shimizu dies at 84; longtime San Fernando Valley high school basketball coach
    Yutaka Shimizu, who became a quiet institution among high school basketball coaches in Los Angeles during a career that began in 1959 and lasted the rest of his life, has died. He was 84. Shimizu, who had a lung ailment, died Sunday at a Lakewood...
  • Nitros fizzle out against Burbank

    Nitros fizzle out against Burbank
    BURBANK — Momentum usually swings back and forth in a volleyball match, but that wasn't the case when the Glendale High girls' volleyball team faced Burbank in a Pacific League match Thursday. The Bulldogs took charge from the very beginning and...
  • Travis Talianko headed to San Jose State

    Travis Talianko headed to San Jose State
    With just shy of four football seasons’ worth of tackle football experience under his belt, St. Francis High senior Travis Talianko has already assured himself the opportunity of four more years of football. On Wednesday morning, the Golden Knights...
  • All Area Tennis Team

    SINGLES Josh Kim, Sophomore, La Cañada Missed a chunk of the season due to injuries after emerging as the Spartans' most dominant player. He still managed to battle back to place third in the Rio Hondo League tournament. The Spartans' No. 1 singles...
  • She's taking aim at reading scores

    Selected from a highly competitive pool of applicants, La Cañada native Monica Mello joins Teach For America's corps this fall with the goal of seeing each of her 10th-grade students pass the California exit exam. Mello will be one of 290 corps members...
  • A Word, Please: A grammar quiz for the college-bound

    August is a time when soon-to-be college freshmen are “preparing” for school. For just about any red-blooded American teenager, this means shopping, shopping and more shopping. But a worn-out credit card does not a prepared freshman make. So,...
  • Burbank High football player took his own life, officials say

    Burbank High football player took his own life, officials say
    The death Tuesday night of a Burbank High School football player has been a ruled a suicide. Matthew Smyser, a 17-year-old junior, died at his home in Shadow Hills Tuesday night. Los Angeles County coroner’s officials on Thursday confirmed the...