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  1. California snowpack gains erased by meager January rainfallRead the original story w/Photo

    13 hrs ago | San Gabriel Valley Tribune

    Traditionally California's wettest month, January's meager rainfall has produced a miniscule improvement in the crucial winter snowpack in the Sierra Nevada that historically provides about 30 percent of the state's water needs. The second snow survey of the rain season found the Sierra snowpack to be 25 percent of the historical average, state Department of Water Resources officials said Thursday.

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  2. Pasadena museums take part in L.A. County-wide free admission day SaturdayRead the original story w/Photo

    16 hrs ago | San Gabriel Valley Tribune

    PASADENA>> If you're looking for something to keep you entertained before Super Bowl Sunday, Saturday is a perfect time to enjoy what several local museums have to offer. As part of SoCal Museum's 10th annual Museums Free-For-All day, more than 20 Southern California museums, including three in Pasadena, will open their doors to visitors free of charge.

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  3. At least 700 exposed to measles in Los Angeles CountyRead the original story w/Photo

    16 hrs ago | San Gabriel Valley Tribune

    Of the 700 people in Los Angeles County who came in contact with someone who has the measles, only 35 had not been vaccinated, according to the Department of Public Health. At least 700 Los Angeles County residents have come in contact with someone who has the measles , but only 35 of those had not been vaccinated, health officials said Thursday.

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  4. Pasadena mayoral candidates discuss Rose Bowl events, embezzlement at forumRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | San Gabriel Valley Tribune

    PASADENA >> The controversial 710 Freeway north extension project , the usage of the Rose Bowl and Pasadena's recent embezzlement scandal were the main topics discussed at a mayoral candidate forum Tuesday night. The event, hosted by the West Pasadena Residents' Association at the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals, included all six candidates vying to replace longtime Pasadena Mayor Bill Bogaard in the March 10 city election.

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  5. Pasadena to pay $275K to fired department heads amid $6.4M embezzlement investigationRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | San Gabriel Valley Tribune

    PASADENA>> The city will pay more than $275,000 to two city department heads who were fired amid a $6.4 million embezzlement from Pasadena by a former city employee. Department of Public Works Director Siobhan Foster and finance chief Andrew Green were fired without cause by City Manager Michael Beck last week.

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  6. Neon Retro Arcade set to open Friday in PasadenaRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | San Gabriel Valley Tribune

    Certainly not Neon Retro Arcade . The south Raymond Avenue business will open its doors this Friday in Pasadena with more than 40 vintage arcade games and pinball machines.

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  7. Ground broken on Pasadena Armenian Genocide MemorialRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Jan 25 | San Gabriel Valley Tribune

    PASADENA >> Pasadena's Armenian Genocide Memorial took a major step on the road from concept to reality Sunday when officials gathered for a ground-breaking ceremony at the construction site at Memorial Park. Designer and recent Art Center College of Design graduate Catherine Menard, Pasadena Armenian Genocide Committee board members, city officials, and representatives from area Armenian churches and schools took part in the ceremony.

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  8. Dona t hassle me, Ia m just trying to save the planetRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Jan 25 | San Gabriel Valley Tribune

    By the disappointed look on her face, I could tell this was not good news. The parking lot was filled and since she drove a gasoline-powered car, she couldn't park in the spots set aside for electric cars.

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  9. LA Cookie Con and Sweets Show aims to hit the sweet spot in PasadenaRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jan 22 | San Gabriel Valley Tribune

    Nancy and Todd Tei have long made the rounds at comic conventions and, as foodies, thought the same format could apply to treats. “We're both regulars on the comic convention circuit and there's so many events that cater to fans of that type of culture.

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  10. Preliminary hearing for 3 accused in $6.4 million Pasadena embezzlement set for FebruaryRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jan 21 | San Gabriel Valley Tribune

    A preliminary hearing for the three people accused of embezzling $6.4 million from Pasadena's Public Works Department has been scheduled for next month in Superior Court. Danny Ray Wooten, 51, of Montclair, Tyrone Collins, 55, of Altadena, and Melody Jenkins, 46, of Pasadena appeared in court Wednesday morning when a Los Angeles County Superior Court judge set a preliminary hearing for Feb. 25. Wooten, Collins and Jenkins are named in a 60-count felony complaint and charged with embezzlement, grand theft and conflict of interest.

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  11. Board of Supervisors want trauma hospital for East San Gabriel ValleyRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jan 20 | San Gabriel Valley Tribune

    The Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors passed a motion Tuesday that may expedite the establishment of a trauma hospital in the East San Gabriel Valley, a missing link in the area's emergency response network. Led by Supervisors Hilda Soils and Mike Antonovich, the Board motion asks its director of health service to report back on the status of applicants in 30 days.

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  12. Two Pasadena department heads fired amid $6.4M embezzlement investigationRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jan 20 | San Gabriel Valley Tribune

    Pasadena Director of Public Works Siobhan Foster at a special session of City Council meeting on January 5 discussing $6.4 million embezzlement at Pasadena City Hall. Foster no longer works for the city.

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  13. Whata s open, closed on Martin Luther King Jr. Day, Jan. 19, 2015, in the San Gabriel ValleyRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jan 19 | San Gabriel Valley Tribune

    Schools and government offices: Schools, libraries, banks, U.S. financial markets, courthouses, federal and state, including the Department of Motor Vehicles, animal shelters, senior centers, county and city offices will be closed. Trash: Athens Services, Burrtec Waste Industries, Waste Management have normal service schedule.

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  14. San Fernando-San Gabriel valley bus line would connect Pasadena to Burbank Airport and Orange LineRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jan 19 | San Gabriel Valley Tribune

    The cultural differences between the urban San Fernando Valley and the more suburban, independent San Gabriel Valley may forever keep the two valleys distinct. However, one thing the valleys have in common is traffic.

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  15. Pasadena gospel choir featured on Oxygena s a Fix My ChoiraRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jan 19 | San Gabriel Valley Tribune

    Ty Snow and Xtreme Purpose a Pasadena gospel choir who was featured in the season finale of Oxygen NetworkþÄôs television series, "Fix My Choir" performs at Dave and Busters in Arcadia, Calif., on Wednesday, January 14, 2015. But while appearing on the Oxygen Network's television series “Fix My Choir,” Haddon, of Preachers of LA, and Williams, a Grammy-Award winning recording artist of “Destiny's Child” fame, helped Snow fix himself first.

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  16. Bobcat sighting along Arroyo Seco Trail in Pasadena reportedRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jan 19 | San Gabriel Valley Tribune

    An approximately 30-pound bobcat was spotted along the Arroyo Seco Trail near Arbor Street in Pasadena on Sunday, Jan. 18, 2015, by a hiker walking her dog. Gayle McAleenan, who was able to take photos of the animal before turning around, said it looked like a large domestic cat before she was able to identify it.

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  17. FPPC approves $30,000 fine to former Central Basin water district managerRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jan 16 | San Gabriel Valley Tribune

    Ending a lengthy investigation, the California Fair Political Practices Commission board of commissioners voted unanimously Thursday to fine Art Aguilar, former general manager of the Central Basin Municipal Water District, $30,000 for accepting and failing to report 31 gifts from a consultant he helped hire. By a 4-0 vote, the Commission accepted an agreement between Gary Winuk, the FPPC's chief of enforcement, and Aguilar, who was general manager of the Commerce-based water district from 2005-2012.

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  18. Pasadenaa s city manager must quit or be fired: EditorialRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jan 14 | San Gabriel Valley Tribune

    Michael Beck has said the buck stops with him in the matter of $6.4 million in ratepayer funds allegedly swindled from Pasadena City Hall. We wholeheartedly agree.

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  19. Methane, a greenhouse gas, found at higher concentrations above LA, PasadenaRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jan 14 | San Gabriel Valley Tribune

    Methane, a greenhouse gas produced by refineries, livestock and landfills, is showing up in the atmosphere of Southern California at levels up to 61 percent higher than previously estimated, according to a new study released by the Jet Propulsion Laboratory. The finding is important to climate scientists studying global climate change because methane's impact on the greenhouse effect involving the trapping of carbon dioxide is more than 20 times greater than CO2 itself, according to the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency.

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  20. Rose Parade: 2016 President and parade theme expected to be announced Thursday nightRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jan 1 | San Gabriel Valley Tribune

    PASADENA >> Organizers of the annual Rose Parade are expected to announce that Ira C. “Mike” Matthiessen III, will take over as 2016 Tournament of Roses President following a board meeting Thursday evening. Matthiessen, who has been with the association since 1979, will preside over the 127th Rose Parade and the 102nd Rose Bowl Game on New Year's Day 2016.

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