Among the youngest entrants of Saturday’s chili cook-off in downtown La Verne, brothers Jimmy Ramos, 13, and John Ramos, 10, and friend John Driver, 9, are cutting venison from a deer hunted by Driver and his father earlier this year.
Flying high over the Etnie’s Gravity Skatepark, Mike Hernandez throws both of his feet over the bike to complete a trick called the “Knac-Knac.”
The City of La Verne Police Department conducted a DUI and License checkpoint at the corner of Wheeler Avenue and Arrow Highway, Saturday.
The Los Angeles County Fair is back at the Fairplex in Pomona through Sunday, Oct. 1. The theme of the 2000 L.A. County Fair is “A Journey to our Destiny.” This year’s fair features new attractions as well as some traditional ones.
The city of La Verne had its Farmer’s and Fiesta markets, which were held on Saturday from 9 a.m. until 1 p.m.
When one thinks of a library, hearing the sounds of a trio is probably not the first thing that comes to mind. However, the La Verne Public Library broke its image of complete silence on Saturday.
Rebecca Hamm, art professor at ULV and program director for the First Street Gallery Art Center in Claremont, has become involved with a fresh new website that works side by side with the city’s own website, www.claremontca.com.