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  • 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,&...
  • Basketball, volleyball lead way

    Basketball, volleyball lead way
    This is the final 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 Providence High: Basketball took the center stage for the Pioneers during the 2010-11...
  • Tribe coach takes over

    BURROUGHS HIGH — Eddie Alvarez was well aware of the situation he was stepping into. When he applied for the vacant Burroughs High baseball job, he was familiar with the scandal that rocked the program during the spring, when alleged underage...
  • Kauppila, Stanford fall short of Series

    It was going to be a tough task for the No. 21st-ranked Stanford baseball team to earn a series win against No. 7 — and host — North Carolina. Burbank High graduate Lonnie Kauppila, a freshman second baseman for the Cardinal, was looking to...
  • 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...
  • Burb's Eye View: A man of his sword

    As in life, there’s a tempo and a rhythm to fencing. This is the sword-fighting lesson embodied by Tim Weske. The jabs and strikes are fast — forward motion is helped by good footwork. The parries and retreats are more deliberate and...
  • Individual, team success for Guards

    Individual, team success for Guards
    This is the first 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 Bellarmine-Jefferson High: There were some impressive individual performances turned in this...
  • 'Sex & Education' full of laughs

    Hilarity ensues when a retiring English teacher and a headstrong student lock horns in “Sex & Education,” currently playing at the Victory Theatre Centre in Burbank. During a senior English final, Joe Marks, the high school’s graduating...
  • Bell-Jeff prevails in physical battle

    Three quarters of tough, physical football saw the Bellarmine-Jefferson High football team limp into the fourth quarter of Friday's nonleague contest at Rosamond clinging to the slimmest of leads. But the Guards' two-point margin grew quickly, thanks...