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Victoria Castellanos Selected as 2017 Rose Queen Thursday Evening
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Victoria Castellanos Selected as 2017 Rose Queen Thursday Evening

  Temple City senior thrilled Victoria Castellanos was announced as the 99th Rose Queen® at the Announcement and Coronation ceremony at The Pasadena Playhouse. The announcement follows a month-long selection process with over 700 people participating in interviews. Masters of Ceremonies were Chuck Henry from NBC4 Southern California and 1988 Rose Queen Julie Myers King….

Pink Patch Project Party Set for Library Park
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Pink Patch Project Party Set for Library Park

  By Susan Motander The Monrovia Police Officers Association is planning a fundraiser and awareness event for this Friday, Oct. 21 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. in Library Park.  There will be live music, BBQ and baked goods as well as raffle prizes. The feature of the event is the Pink Patch project in which Monrovia Police officers…

Dorothy’s Place: Snippets
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Dorothy’s Place: Snippets

  By Dorothy Denne Desktop cleaning time again.  I share with you little snippets I have clipped or copied or thought up to use some day.  Today is the day.  No theme, no organization, just random as I come to them. 1) The sky and the sun are always there.  It’s the clouds that come…

Monthly Highlight: Guiding Treatment of Advanced Breast Cancer Using Subtypes
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Monthly Highlight: Guiding Treatment of Advanced Breast Cancer Using Subtypes

  For patients with breast cancer, knowing whether the diagnosis is early stage or advanced is needed to help treat the disease. Vice-President and Chief Medical Officer for Georgia Cancer Specialists, Cheryl Jones, MD, has experience in treating patients with advanced breast cancer, an incurable but treatable disease, which comprises metastatic (stage IV) and locally advanced…

Business Profile: Savor the Flavor
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Business Profile: Savor the Flavor

  By Emily Peters Sierra Madre’s Savor the Flavor is bringing the finest gourmet foods and gifts from around the world to the pantries of smalltown America. Established by Karen and Denis Keegan in 1998, this gourmet foods and specialty gift shop was born of their shared love of good food and entertaining. The shop…

Vote-By-Mail Drop-Off Location Set for November General Election
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Vote-By-Mail Drop-Off Location Set for November General Election

  During the past few weeks, the city has been working with the LA County Registrar-Recorder/County Clerk’s office to coordinate a new service for voters during the upcoming Nov. 8, election. In an effort to provide the electorate with another option through which they can vote during what is anticipated to be a very busy Presidential…

Monrovia Kindergartener Drafted Into USC Women’s Soccer Team
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Monrovia Kindergartener Drafted Into USC Women’s Soccer Team

    By Terry Miller Soccer (football) is really catching on in America in a big way … especially women’s soccer. So when we recently heard of a 5-year-old girl being drafted to UCS Women’s Soccer, we did a double take. At 21-months-old, Monroe Elementary kindergartener Sofia L. was diagnosed with Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia (ALL),…

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Gold Line Meeting is NOT open to general public

    Gold Line Meeting is not open to general public We regret that our article about the October 14th meeting regarding the extension of the Gold Line to Claremont implied that it was an open meeting.  Unfortunately, due to space limitations, it is not.  However, representatives of the Gold Line Construction Authority have graciously…

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