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  • Inland Valley Daily Bulletin
    “Bats usually hunt cool, dark places away from noise for their roosting. Surely things can’t be that bad between county fairs!” Claremont for some time has been seeking funds to expand its overcrowded police station, but in 1937 there just wasn’t much need, reported the Ontario Daily Report on Sept. 11. “Empty Jail Record Broken ...
  • Los Angeles Times
    Glendora at Citrus College, 7 p.m. Ayala at Bonita, 7 p.m. Colony at Claremont, 7 p.m. Inglewood at North Torrance, 7 p.m. Torrance vs. Morningside at Coleman Stadium (Inglewood), 7 p.m. West Torrance at South Torrance, 7 p.m. Monrovia at La Canada, 7 p.m. South Pasadena at Temple City, 7 p.m. RIVER VALLEY LEAGUE Norte Vista at Jurupa Valley ...
  • The Press-Enterprise
    Paloma Valley, last year’s Division 5 runner-up, is seeded No. 3 in Division 3 and will host Claremont on Thursday. Webb is seeded No. 4 in Division 4 and will host Ontario in the opening round. Big Bear is seeded No. 3 seed in Division 8 and opens at home Thursday against Twentynine Palms or Santa Rosa Academy. La Verne Lutheran is the No. 4 ...
  • Los Angeles Times
    Claremont resident Tony Wood believes Trump’s religiously devout supporters are too forgiving: One reader points out that Trump is the only candidate running for president who supports life, which obviously refutes everyone’s claim that he is un-Christian. Isn’t it great to be a Christian? All your sins are absolved by being anti-abortion.
  • Inland Valley Daily Bulletin
    Claremont likes to cultivate its image as a haven for arts and culture, one that dates back at least to the days when Millard Sheets taught art at Scripps College in the 1930s. The city has its own art museum to collect, show and study that work. It’s also been a place for music. A new effort called the Treasury of Claremont Music seeks to ...
  • The San Bernardino Sun
    The train maintained a rigid schedule, and was only allowed to travel between 18 and 35 mph. Redlands moves to demolish illegal destruction of historic structures Claremont’s Mexican Players are again in the spotlight with Pomona tribute Death of the last old warriors closed the door on the Grand Army of the Republic in the Inland Empire Was ...
  • Inland Valley Daily Bulletin
    Even in the years before freeways, generations of Southern Californians made the trek to Padua Hills above Claremont to get a taste of Mexican culture via plays and fiestas put on by the Mexican Players. The performances started in 1931 and were so popular they saved the struggling Padua Hills Theatre, which had opened near the start of the ...
  • Los Angeles Times
    The pair, who are also a couple, arrived at the same architectural point through different paths. Lee was born and raised in Hong Kong and moved to the Claremont area in 1983. He was drawn to the field as a child. “Growing up in Hong Kong,” he says, “buildings have a presence.” As a USC undergraduate in the late 1980s, he pursued ...
  • Los Angeles Times
    Snow Valley Mountain Resort in Running Springs plans to open late November. Mt Baldy Resort in the Angeles National Forest (north of Claremont) is selling lift tickets for dates that begin Dec. 7, according to its website. Badger Pass Ski Area, Yosemite, Dec. 20. The little ski area in Yosemite National Park recently reclaimed its historic name.
  • Los Angeles Times
    Newport Harbor (11-19, 2-4) ends the season in third place. Claremont Webb 3, Pacifica Christian Orange County 1: Tritons’ Anna Eddy had 22 digs, but the Gauls won 25-11, 12-25, 25-19, 25-23 in an Academy League match on Monday. Casie Carlson added nine kills on .750 hitting for the Tritons (14-10, 4-3 in league). Costa Mesa 11, Estancia 7 ...
  • Inland Valley Daily Bulletin
    It’ll be discussed in a joint meeting of the City Council and Planning Commission at 6 p.m. next Monday. The life and work of writer Toni Morrison, who died Aug. 5, will be celebrated Wednesday at Pomona College in Claremont with a memorial at 4:15 p.m. in the courtyard of Millikan Laboratory, 610 N. College Ave. That will include an open mic ...
  • Los Angeles Times
    However, the physical and mental health of students is rarely factored into the discussion.” Claire Judson, a 17-year-old junior at Claremont High School, said starting school later wouldn’t make much of a difference for her. She chooses to get to school at 6:50 a.m. to take advantage of extra coursework. California students, their parents ...

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