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Smithsonian exhibit amazes crowd

Joyce Bradshaw circled the glass case with a skeptical look in her eye, carefully examining the beaver-pelt, stove-top hat that lay within.

‘America’s Fair’ offers plethora of adventures

Familiar and traditional sights, sounds and smells of the Los Angeles County Fair reach an end this Sunday, but there are still many upcoming events left at the 68th annual event.

LVPD faces allegations of harassment

Allegations of discrimination, sexual misconduct and harassment within the La Verne Police Department are currently being investigated by an independent counsel for the city, according to Jeff Allred, assistant city manager.

Plaza drives toward La Verne unity

In an effort to unite the entire downtown area of La Verne and encourage alternate forms of transportation, a transit center, recently named Old Town Plaza is set to open in late March. The plaza is being built by the city at “D” Street and Bonita Avenue.

Customer’s price always right at bookstore

“Whatever the customer decides they are worth to him or her is accepted as payment.” This is the policy of a unique bookstore that has become a safe haven for many senior citizen residents of Hillcrest Homes in La Verne who have outlived their financial resources.

Diplomat visits city on U.S. tour

Symbolizing peace and friendship, the City of La Verne hosted Dr. Arthur Nicolaevich Chilingarov, vice president of Russian parliament on Mon­day.

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