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Chelsea Kang-Smith gets vote of no confidence from former Temple City school board member

Chelsea Kang-Smith gets vote of no confidence from former Temple City school board member

      One picture tells the tale: Kang Smith far left and Joe Walker  (far right) never really saw eye to eye: From Left to right the former School…

Temple City’s 70th Camellia Festival Parade celebrated over weekend

Temple City’s 70th Camellia Festival Parade celebrated over weekend

Austin Bateman and Ella Clinton ride proudly down Las Tumas Saturday morning as King and Queen of the Camellia Festival – Photo by Terry Miller Temple City’s 70th Camellia Festival…

70th Annual Temple City Camellia Festival crowns new King and Queen

70th Annual Temple City Camellia Festival crowns new King and Queen

On Friday, January 31, a Camellia Festival Coronation ceremony was held in the Community Center at Live Oak Park. Dawn Tarin, General Chairperson of the 2014 Camellia Festival, announced that…

DEVELOPING STORY – Temple City City Manager Pulido Fired by Council

DEVELOPING STORY    –    Temple City City Manager Pulido Fired by Council

At a Special Meeting held Monday evening, the Temple City City Council voted unanimously to terminate the employment agreement of City Manager Jose Pulido effective February 12, 2014. In accordance…

Lee Baca stepping down as Los Angeles County Sheriff

Lee Baca stepping down as Los Angeles County Sheriff

An emotional Lee Baca said he decided to retire three days ago during the Monday press conference in Monterey Park. -Photo by Terry Miller In what can only be described…

12-Year-Old Arrested After Leading Peaceful Sit-In of SeaWorld Float At Rose Parade

12-Year-Old Arrested After Leading Peaceful Sit-In of SeaWorld Float At Rose Parade

On New Year’s morning, as SeaWorld’s widely criticized float prepared to enter the Rose Parade, PETA supporters wearing “SeaWorld Hurts Orcas” T-shirts—led by 12-year-old Rose McCoy, who jumped the barricade…

A Look Back at 2013

A Look Back at 2013

In 2013 Prop. 8 was overturned by the Supreme Court. Fallen LASD Deputy David March’s memorial was destroyed and rededicated and schools throughout the area were targets of many bogus…

LASD Temple Station deputies deliver gifts to area kids

LASD Temple Station deputies deliver gifts to area kids

  Approximately 90 families received food baskets and 200 plus toys collected from Temple Station’s toy drive to help make the holidays a little brighter for those less fortunate in…

200 People exposed to chemical gases in Monrovia

200 People exposed to chemical gases in Monrovia

Ten people transported to hospital   At 11:05am today smoke was reported coming out of vents in a roof at 146 Railroad Avenue. An unknown resin was off gassing. At…

Readers’ Choice 2013 – 11/21/13

Readers’ Choice 2013 – 11/21/13