From left, Patty and Helen don't feel the burn.
LA VERNE, California, October 30, 2017 — How many times have you dropped a microwaved cup of coffee or casserole faster than a hot potato after realizing your hands and fingers felt like they were on fire?   To protect themselves — and us — from all those steaming and scalding vessels of food and […]
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LA VERNE, October 26, 2017 — Cited for their unique acts of courage, bravery and split-second, lifesaving decision-making, seven local heroes were honored at the La Verne Police Department’s First Annual Awards Ceremony on Wednesday night at the University of La Verne’s Sara and Michael Campus Center. The honorees were Corporal Martin Weinreb, Sergeant David […]
    LA VERNE, California, October 13, 2017 — On a back-to-work Monday on Oct. 9, a lot of people might have missed the Space Exploration Technologies Corp.’s (Space X) successful launch of a Falcon 9 rocket out of Vandenberg Air Force Base, but not the McPherson family, which owns and operates Hi Tech Precision […]
LA VERNE, California, October 1, 2017 — A month before Halloween, Glenn Davis Stadium on the Bonita High School campus in La Verne, Calif., was a crawling coven of competing witches, bands and color guards from around the Southland, brewing up a feast of musical entertainment that wowed an overflow crowd and earned the best […]
The way that people in La Verne are going to work, shop, shelter, study, dine, drive, commute, recreate and seek medical service could significantly change in upcoming years if development in the city continues at its current pace. Here is an overview of many of the key developments now underway in the City. To help […]
I have always loved pools, and the deeper and darker the better. I search them out on every vacation. For instance, when traveling to Mammoth, I seek out the many hot springs that bubble and gurgle near the tiny Mammoth airport. Immersing myself in their thermal waters while wistfully gazing out to the saw-tooth formations […]