The Early Edition – Glendale News-Press
They’re man’s blessed friends
GLENDALE — Madeleine and Michael Miller’s poodle-Chihuahua mix, Suki, received a holy blessing from the Rev. Keith Banwart Jr. on Sunday morning at St. Matthews Church in honor of St. Francis Day.
They won’t let it slide
LA CRESCENTA — Jenny Choe saw flames from the Station fire blackening the hillside near her Burritt Way home for several days.
Oktoberfest is brewing
MONTROSE — Thousands enjoyed frothy beer, warm bratwurst, freshly popped popcorn and live music Saturday along Honolulu Avenue during the annual Oktoberfest.
Teachers union, school district start far apart
GLENDALE — Negotiations between the Glendale Unified School District and its teachers union are expected to begin in coming weeks, but representatives for both sides continue to hold firm on their former positions.
Falcons, Tologs turn in big days
LA CRESCENTA — At the 42nd running of the annual Barnes/Staub Invitational cross-country meet on Saturday at Crescenta Valley Park, for two of the top girls’ programs in the area, the day served in reaffirming their positions as hopeful division powerhouses.
Defense not enough for GCC win
VENTURA — While its defense has established itself as an increasingly formidable force week by week, the Glendale Community College football team’s offense has not quite kept pace.
START THE PRESSES: Cycling through some change
A couple of months ago, I wrote in this space about the trials and travails of commuting to work via bicycle. Now, after reading last week the tale of Elvis Khachatryan, Matthew Warrick and Justin Morrissette, it’s clear that I was just whining.