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Intern opportunity at Mariposa Creamery: must love kids

Intern opportunity at Mariposa Creamery: must love kids
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by Timothy Rutt The Mariposa Creamery (that little goat farm/dairy also called the Zane Grey Estate) is looking for an intern for the upcoming kidding season: We are looking to add an additional intern to our current team. The internship requires a 3-month commitment and can start as early as December 9. The shift that’s […]

John Muir, Norma Coombs holding holiday fundraisers

John Muir, Norma Coombs holding holiday fundraisers

from the Pasadena Unified School District Two Pasadena Unified School District (PUSD) schools will be spreading holiday cheer while raising money for a good cause over the next few weeks. John Muir High School Boys’ Basketball and Pep Squad are selling Christmas trees and wreaths and Norma Coombs Alternative School is selling poinsettias. John Muir […]

Snow forecast closes mountain roads

Snow forecast closes mountain roads

by Timothy Rutt Angeles Forest Highway and Upper Big Tujunga Road will closed until further notice, based on the forecast of snow and icy road conditions. The Los Angeles County Public Works Department said iin a release that it will close access to the Angeles Forest Highway between Aliso Canyon Road and Upper Big Tujunga […]

Waldorf School Elves’ Faire returns Saturday, Nov. 23

Waldorf School Elves’ Faire returns Saturday, Nov. 23

by TImothy Rutt The Pasadena Waldorf School’s 28th Annual Elves’ Faire is only a few days away: Saturday, Nov. 23, from 10 AM-4 PM, rain or shine. This popular community event, attended by thousands evey year from all over greater Los Angeles, brings music, feasting, crafting, holiday shopping and medieval-style contests and games for children […]

Webster’s Pharmacy festive open house offers savings, treats, and vintage photo display

Webster’s Pharmacy festive open house offers savings, treats, and vintage photo display

by Timothy Rutt Webster’s Community Pharmacy, 2450 N. Lake Avenue, is jumping into the holiday season with both feet with an open house at the store this Saturday, Nov. 23, from 2-7 PM. Webster’s Pharmacy will introduce their newest holiday themes and invite shoppers to save 20% on all seasonal and gift purchases. In addition […]

Aveson opens new campus to the community

Aveson opens new campus to the community

Aveson School celebrated its new campus with a ribbon cutting ceremony Saturday. From left, Aveson Executive Director Kate Bean; Aveson senior David Domingo; Altadena Town Councilman Damon Hobdy; Meredith Miller and Councilman Billy Malone, representing the Altadena Chamber of Commerce; Councilwoman Judy Matthews; and Rita Hadjimanoukian of Supervisor Antonovich’s office. by Timothy Rutt It was […]

Crime blotter: don’t taze me, bro’

Crime blotter: don’t taze me, bro’

Residential and vehicle thefts continue, and somebody lost their Taser. Crime blotter provided by the Altadena Sheriff Station. Sunday, November 3 2:30 PM – An attempted residential burglary occurred in the 1000 block of Rubio Street. Suspects attempted to enter the residence by shattering the front window. Suspects described as (2) male, Blacks, 16-18 yrs. […]

Found dog and Palm/Glen, heading for PHS

Found dog and Palm/Glen, heading for PHS

Caroline has found a dog: Today I found a male dog on Palm St and Glen Ave in Altadena. He has a blue collar on but no tags. I will be taking him to Pasadena Human Society to get scanned for a chip and have them post a picture. My Name is Caroline cell # […]

New sponsor team member: Massie Roofing Company

New sponsor team member:  Massie Roofing Company

by Timothy Rutt Altadenablog welcomes the newest member of its sponsor team, Massie Roofing Company! "Your hometown roofer since 1920," Massey can handle residential or small commercial jobs, from repairs to an entire new roof. Local and family-owned, they offer free estimates for the job you’re looking for. Check out their website at massieroofing.com or […]

Opinion: Lawful hunters have forest rights, too

Opinion: Lawful hunters have forest rights, too

by Timothy Jones The San Gabriel Mountain foothills are abundant with deer, bear, coyotes and a variety of animals that classify as game animals. The State of California Department of Fish and Wildlife divide the state into specific Hunting Zones to regulate and balance populations of the aforementioned animals. Specifically, legal deer hunting regulations in […]