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The Early Edition – Glendale News-Press

September 21, 2009
Members of the Lilia Dance Studio in Glendale perform during the 11th annual Armenian Independence Day Festival at Verdugo Park in Glendale on Sunday.  (Scott Smeltzer/News-Press)

Members of the Lilia Dance Studio in Glendale perform during the 11th annual Armenian Independence Day Festival at Verdugo Park in Glendale on Sunday. (Scott Smeltzer/News-Press)

‘Harmony among ethnic groups’
Celebrating Armenian Independence Day is a little tricky.

A walk on the census side
GLENDALE — While more than two dozen uniformed bicyclists pedaled east on Glenoaks Boulevard, a few blocks north Glendale City Councilwoman Laura Friedman spotted two sweaty pedestrians with yoga mats slung over their shoulders.

Officials mull one-time boost for businesses
CITY HALL — Five local business districts could get a financial boost from the city to support holiday marketing campaigns under a City Hall proposal scheduled for review Tuesday.

Historical society celebrates 30th
GLENDALE — Walking into the Doctor’s House Museum in Brand Park is like stepping into 1888, but not for Dick Brouillard.

Defense does it for Vaqueros

NORTHEAST GLENDALE — When its defense was on the field, good things happened repeatedly for the Glendale Community College football team on Saturday night.

GCC women, men win at Cuesta
GLENDALE — Course familiarity might go a long way in the quest for the Glendale Community College women’s and men’s cross-country programs to achieve one of their goals for the season.

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