The Early Edition – Glendale News-Press
Unity among the community
Thousands streamed onto Brand Boulevard on Sunday for the city’s eighth annual Unity Fest, a celebration of the community’s diversity that featured cultural song, dance, crafts and cuisine.
Church has last day at CV site
LA CRESCENTA — St. Luke’s of the Mountains Church has baptized, confirmed and married community members for 85 years, but its time in the Crescenta Valley came to a close Sunday after a court battle left its members with one option: Move out.
The burned, crumbling hillsides of Deukmejian Wilderness Park were an alien sight to visitors Saturday who got an inside look at what authorities fear is a disaster waiting to happen.
Armenia, Turkey reach agreement
Armenia and Turkey reached a groundbreaking agreement Saturday to open border crossings between the nations after they signed a set of diplomatic protocols, according to the U.S. State Department.
Experienced hand leads Falcons
In all of his 11 years of running the Crescenta Valley High boys’ water polo program, only once has Coach Jan Sakonju seen fit to put a freshman on his varsity squad.
Falcons girls simply can’t be caught at Clovis
GLENDALE — No one could catch the Crescenta Valley High girls’ cross-country team at the 2009 Clovis Invitational at Woodward Park in Fresno on Saturday, including, for the second week in a row, Pacific League rival Arcadia.
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