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Claremont residents, MUN protest pending war

"The Yanks are not coming!" shouted Mike Noonan as he stood admist signs that read "We can't bomb our way to peace" and "Cooperation is peace, war is hell." Guitars, accordions and percussion instruments could also be heard amid the honking horns and shouts for peace.

Cry for peace sparks protest

More than 30 people gathered on the corners of Arrow Highway and Indian Hill Blvd. Friday to encourage people to "Honk for Peace" in opposition to a war with Iraq.

Effects of Williams Fire pose threat to wildlife, homes

The Williams Fire, which began Sept. 22, is now 100 percent contained and has burned 37,240 acres. The fire, which burned 72 structures, not only affected human residents of the Angles National Forest and its surrounding areas, but has had an impact on its animal inhabitants.

Fire rages through Angeles Forest

The Williams Fire in the Angeles National Forrest, which started Sunday, hit close to home this week. It had spread over 31,000 acres and was 25 percent contained by press time Thursday. The blaze originally erupted in the East Fork of San Gabriel Canyon, near Glendora, and has so far caused $8.3 million in damages.

Event gives first look at new freeway

On Sept. 7 the cities of Claremont and La Verne hosted Tour de Freeway from 4:30 to 8 p.m. on the I-210 which is expected to open sometime in October.

Comic book day offers vital sources of history

Making the world safe once again for the kid in all of us -- the Comic Bookie.

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