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Holden delivers state of the state address

Holden delivers state of the state address
Assembly member Chris Holden delivered a state of the state address for the La Verne City Council meeting on Tuesday. Holden shared information on the California drought, the massage therapy act signed by Governor Jerry Brown and kitchen grease theft. Holden and La Verne city council members praised Gov. Jerry Brown’s massage therapy act because it would penalize sex offenders. / photo by Michael... 

La Verne Police and Fire focus on public safety

La Verne Police and Fire focus on public safety
Dave Monday, a firefighter from New York’s Engine Rescue 5, tells San Dimas and La Verne residents Lupe Arellano, Sandra Mendez, Roman Mendez and Karina Mendez the heartbreaking story of a 9/11 fire engine Saturday during the La Verne Police and Fire Departments’ public safety open house. Out of 14 crew members on the engine, there was only one survivor, Bill Spade. / photo by Megan Peralez Melissa... 

A ‘purrfect’ café

A ‘purrfect’ café
Kathleen Hughes coos at a kitten named Jordan at the pop-up trial in Chinatown of Los Angeles’ first cat café — Catfé. Hughes heard about the opening from her daughter and the news. Hughes has always been a lover of cats and has rescued a tabby of her own named Star. Hughes has been an actress since the 1950s. Her credits include the films “It Came From Outer Space” (1953), “Cult of the... 

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Internships La Verne students can study and intern at Washington, D.C., through the University of La Verne’s partnership with the Washington Center. The Washington Center has internships available for most majors, including communications, sciences, technology, law and international affairs, in government offices, international businesses and foreign embassies. The Washington Center Internship... 

Be Perfect Foundation raises $300K

Be Perfect Foundation raises $300K
Better Life Mobility representative Lena Abusham thanks senior Hal Hargrave for his efforts at the sixth annual Be Perfect fund raising event Saturday. Be Perfect founder Hargrave brought together friends and foundaton members to raise money for spinal cord injury victims who cannot afford ongoing physical therapy. Hargrave started the foundation in 2007 when his friend was not able to continue receiving... 

Affirmative consent now required

Mariela Patron Copy Chief Kristina Bugante Editor in Chief California colleges and universities are now required to adopt an affirmative consent standard when investigating sexual assault cases that take place on and off campus involving members of the academic community. On Sunday Gov. Jerry Brown signed SB 967, also known as the “Yes Means Yes” bill, which defines affirmative consent as... 

LVPD investigates sexual assault

The La Verne Police Department is currently investigating a sexual assault that occurred Sept. 24 in La Verne. On Monday Loretta Rahmani, dean of student affairs, sent an email to the University of La Verne community informing the campus of the assault and asking for any information. According to the email, the assault involved a former student attacking a current undergraduate student near the La... 

Activists celebrate Wilderness Act

Emily Lau Staff Writer Environment enthusiasts and federal wilderness agencies celebrated the 50th anniversary of the Wilderness Act by providing information about wilderness awareness at the Wilderness Fair and participating in the Walk for the Wild at the Rancho Santa Ana Botanic Garden in Claremont on Saturday. The botanic garden and California Wilderness Coalition collaborated along with some federal... 

Boyer advocates for missing girls

Boyer advocates for missing girls
At the first Hot Spots lecture of the year, Rev. Susan Boyer, senior pastor of the La Verne Church of the Brethren, spoke about her family’s establishment of the Ekrlesiyar Yan’uma a Nigeria, translated to Church of the Children of the Same Mother of Nigeria. The EYN is working to bring back the girls who were abducted by members of the militant Islamist movement Boko Haram. / photo by Sonora Hernandez Jennifer... 

Collectors purchase vintage treasures at Faire

Erum Jaffrey Assistant Editor A plethora of all things vintage and historical were for sale at the Antique Row Collectors Street Faire in downtown Pomona. From 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. Sunday, vendors, collectors and shoppers bought and sold antiques and collectibles dating back to the early 1800s. “I’ve been selling antiques for over 40 years,” Diamond Bar resident Cornita Allen said. Allen was selling... 
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