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This is what happens to trees that die at the Arboretum in Arcadia

An opening night reception and art auction for the Forces of Nature II exhibit will be held from 6 to 9 p.m. Friday at the Los Angeles County Arboretum and Botanic Garden in Arcadia. Artists created sculptures, turned bowls, furniture, jewelry and more from trees lost at the Arboretum due to age, dr


Santa Breakfasts & Holiday Teas In Arcadia, San Gabriel Valley

SAN GABRIEL VALLEY, CA - In between his North Pole duties, Santa Claus is taking time out this holiday season to see the local youngsters in the San Gabriel Valley area. We've rounded up several Santa Brunches coming up nearby, along with some Holiday Teas. Book the dates, and save your seats for th


Man killed in Rosemead shooting

A man was shot and killed in front of a Rosemead home Thursday night, authorities said. The coroner's office has not yet identified the man. Sgt. James Long said the Sheriff's Temple Station received a call about a gunshot victim in the 8900 block of Emerson Place at 6:31 p.m. He said the man was pr

PASADENA STAR-NEWS - 2017-11-24 04:25:28

Thanksgiving 'drive-thru': Car plows into Whittier dining room

A driver in an East Whittier neighborhood crashed into a residence Thursday, damaging what appeared to be a family dining room. The crash occured in the 12000 block of Tigrina Avenue around 2:32 p.m. A man behind the wheel suffered minor injuries and was transported to a nearby hospital; his female

MYNEWSLA.COM - 2017-11-24 06:34:58

Inland Empire's first emergency animal clinic finds new home after 43 years

Soon after Terry McDuffee graduated from veterinary school more than 40 years ago, he saw a handful of intrepid doctors begin opening up after-hours animal clinics in Southern California. "Back then, if you had an emergency you had to wait until the next day or if it happened over the weekend, you w

RIVERSIDE PRESS ENTERPRISE - 2017-11-24 06:18:29

Wailing Kitten Freed From Steel-Jaw Trap By Deputies

The tiny animal suffered severe injuries, possibly a severed paw, from metal clamps of the trap set in a Covina backyard, officials said. COVINA, CA - Sheriff's deputies Thursday rescued a kitten who became caught in a steel-jaw trap, authorities said. The deputies from the San Dimas Sheriff's Stati

PATCH - 2017-11-24 16:16:18

'Black Friday' Shopping On Decline

LOS ANGELES, CA - Southland shoppers were in stores and malls early Friday searching for Black Friday bargains while an expert said the day marking the customary start of the Christmas shopping season may be a waning tradition. "Many of us like to marvel at, complain about or participate in the craz

PATCH - 2017-11-24 14:21:06

Black Friday shoppers rise early for deals on TVs, games

L-R Anela Conseco and Anna Sierra were up early on Black Friday to shop for the kids. They scored their big deals at The Disney Store where items were 50% off with an additional 20% savings. (Photo by Brittany Murray, Press Telegram/SCNG) Black Friday shoppers inside the Lakewood Mall. No large crow

RIVERSIDE PRESS ENTERPRISE - 2017-11-24 17:50:55

Turkey Trot spreads holiday cheer while raising money

More than 2,000 runners and walkers joined in for the 10th annual Festival Foods Turkey Trot in Onalaska Thursday. They could choose between a 5-mile run, 2-mile walk or 2-mile dog jog. The Turkey Trot raises money for local YMCAs and the Boys & Girls Club. "We're able to work with them. We do all t

NEWS8000.COM - 2017-11-24 02:47:04

Holiday Hope Fund chasing daunting goal, again

The numbers don't lie. With a $100,000 goal to be met in just 31 days, there is a lot of work to be done. 3,600 toys need to be received or bought for children to open on Christmas morning. More than 1,200 names on 1,200 red tags are spread throughout Hamblen County on 10 trees. Most importantly, hu

CITIZEN TRIBUNE - 2017-11-24 16:57:00

A tax plan from hell, or somewhere close to it

First, an announcement: My buddy Allen Senn and I have decided to drop the term "Redneck" from the name of our two-man think tank, as it doesn't seem like quite the right image for us. We were thinking maybe "Southern-Fried" would be better but have decided for the time-being just to call it the Pi

GREENVILLE NEWS - 2017-11-24 12:00:06

Service kicks off Hope Fund Season

It is often easy to get caught up in the busy nature of the holiday season - planning events, buying gifts for loved ones and enjoying time spent with family and friends - and the spirit of giving sometimes gets lost in the midst of the festivities. The Greater Morristown Ministerial Association's C


Civitans donate $1,100 for Ruthie

Photo courtesy of the Union Civitan Club Mr. Tommy Sinclair (right), Union Civitan President, presents Mr. Jeff Dean (left) a check for $1,100 from the proceeds from the fundraiser "Drive-Thru for Ru." The chicken stew fundraiser was held on October 14, 2017 at Foster Park by the Union Civitan Club


'Last hurrah': John de la Howe's fate lies in study, agriculture program

McCORMICK - A feasibility study has given John de la Howe four options for the future - two of them involve turning the agency into a magnet school of agriculture, one gives the agency the option of becoming a money-making education center and the final option is to close the agency. South Carolina'


Will: Give thanks for another year of hilarity

There's plenty of humor to be found around our nation. Tryptophan, an amino acid in turkey, is unjustly blamed for what mere gluttony does, making Americans comatose every fourth Thursday in November. But before nodding off Thursday, give thanks for another year of American hilarity, including: - A


After nearly 18 years, this Gamecock is used to life in Tiger country

Denny Sherrod has had plenty of time to get used to being a Gamecock in Tiger country. Sherrod, a retired law enforcement officer, military veteran and University of South Carolina alumnus has been living in Pendleton for almost 18 years. Pendleton, an Anderson County town of about 3,000 people, sh


Blue Ridge boys basketball team strong on offense

CASHIERS -- Blue Ridge Early College's boys basketball team has a new head coach this year -- Ben McCrickard -- but he has worked his way to the position serving as an assistant coach the previous two years. While last year's squad finished 4-19 overall and 2-4 in the Little Smoky Mountain Conferenc


No injuries in stand-off Tuesday at Mt. Judea

MT. JUDEA - Newton County Sheriff's Investigator Glenn Wheeler said deputies, a Drug Task Force investigator and a state trooper were involved in an armed standoff near Mt. Judea on Tuesday morning. Wheeler says authorities were notified during the early morning hours of a disturbance at a residence

HARRISONDAILY.COM - 2017-11-23 13:55:00

What is first in your life?

I love it when I hear someone say, "I put God first, then my family, then my job." I know others may take exception to that, but Matthew 6:33 plainly states, "Seek ye first the kingdom of God, and all these things shall be added unto you." (See, I typed that from memory. You'd better look it up to m

HARRISONDAILY.COM - 2017-11-24 15:00:00

Senior Center planning Holiday Gift Auction, New Orleans trip

The Senior Center is seeking donations for their annual Holiday Gift Auction. Items should be new or like new and appropriate to be given as a gift. The auction will be a silent auction and begin Nov. 15 and end Dec, 8 at 11 am. Items will be on display in the dining area for the length of the aucti

NEWTONCOUNTYTIMES.COM - 2017-11-23 20:00:00