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GUEST COLUMN: Relief & the rest of time

Posted on 22 July 2015

By Amanda Bishop Political science and history student at Biola University “The best anti-poverty program is a job,” President Obama stated during a discussion on poverty at Georgetown University this spring. He’s not the first to observe this in the United States. But what about abroad? Could it be that the jobs created by businesses […] Continue Reading

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Advance! opens doors to new assistance offices

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Advance! opens doors to new assistance offices

Posted on 22 July 2015

By Taylor Engle La Habra Journal Advance! hosted an open house at its new location in the Friends of Family Health Center building on July 16. Previously located on La Habra Boulevard, they have been at the health center since March. Advance!, an organization devoted to providing students with information and assistance in the college […] Continue Reading

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Friends of Family opens new dental clinic in LH

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Friends of Family opens new dental clinic in LH

Posted on 22 July 2015

By Taylor Engle La Habra Journal Friends of Family Health Center celebrated the grand opening of the new dental clinic on July 15.  There were appetizers, wine tasting, a ribbon cutting ceremony, and an informative tour of the facilities. Executive Director of the La Habra Community Collaborative Sandi Baltes organized the event at the request […] Continue Reading

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Crest Lock and Key: Moving forward with customer service

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Crest Lock and Key: Moving forward with customer service

Posted on 22 July 2015

By Taylor Engle La Habra Journal As the last building standing on property that used to be home to two car washes, the iconic little building on the corner of Beach and Whittier Boulevards was finally torn down. Crest Lock & Key Service moved to its new location on Whittier Boulevard on July 6. Once […] Continue Reading

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La batalla por el sueño americano

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La batalla por el sueño americano

Posted on 22 July 2015

Por Genesis Miranda La Habra Journal Imagínese estar preso en un cuarto pequeño como castigo, llamado el “tostador” donde no entre nada de luz. No hay nada más que una pequeña cama sin colchón y a tu alrededor vuelan miles de cucarachas. Esto es exactamente lo que vivió George Duarte, quien fue preso político en […] Continue Reading

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Heralds look to build with new season

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Heralds look to build with new season

Posted on 22 July 2015

By Shanin Thomas La Habra Journal “Last year was a huge disappointment for us,” Whittier Christian High School Varsity Football Head Coach Sergio Gradilla said. Last season, the Heralds ended in an overall record of 1-9. That was the worst season under Coach Gradilla’s seven years as head coach. Gradilla and the Heralds actually began […] Continue Reading

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Raiders ready for redemption

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Raiders ready for redemption

Posted on 22 July 2015

By Erik Markus La Habra Journal The Sonora Raiders got off to a blistering 6-0 start to their 2014 football season. Unfortunately for Sonora, the Raiders were beat up in the Freeway League. The Raiders finished their season 6-4 with four straight losses. Sonora nearly slipped into CIF playoffs, but at the last minute were […] Continue Reading

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Highlanders ready to keep rolling

Posted on 22 July 2015

By Shanin Thomas La Habra Journal The tradition continues. That is the motto of La Habra High School Varsity Football and according to Head Coach Frank Mazzotta, there is no magic formula to La Habra Football’s winning tradition. Coach Mazzotta has been coaching the varsity football team for 16 seasons. Those seasons include 13 freeway […] Continue Reading

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The Heights rocks out once again in The Park

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The Heights rocks out once again in The Park

Posted on 01 July 2015

By Katelyn Chavez La Habra Journal The La Habra Heights Improvement Association brings families and friends together each summer for an entertaining event every Wednesday night. Last week, the audience experienced the music of U2 performed by the Whittier worship band, 40. Brian Guthrie on vocals, Sol Rodriguez on guitar, Josh Mervin on drums, and […] Continue Reading

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Cannings: Customer service and selection is key to success

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Cannings: Customer service and selection is key to success

Posted on 01 July 2015

By Taylor Engle La Habra Journal Family-owned Canning’s Ace Hardware has been satisfying customers in La Habra for 55 years and counting. Located on La Habra Boulevard, it is a convenient spot for customers to purchase a spare part or tool for a project they are working on. Canning’s Ace Hardware has been around for […] Continue Reading

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La Habra offers family fun

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La Habra offers family fun

Posted on 18 June 2015

Jay Seidel La Habra Journal Hundreds of children woke up at the break of dawn last Saturday to take part in the La Habra sponsored fishing derby at Clark Regional Park in Buena Park. The fishing derby was in conjunction with the OC Parks Kids Fishing program. Katie Elmore, assistant recreation manager for La Habra […] Continue Reading

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La Habra’s graffiti guardian

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La Habra’s graffiti guardian

Posted on 18 June 2015

By Christian Fletcher La Habra Journal Early in the morning before some have even gone to sleep, Ernesto Oros wakes up to start his day. After a 71-mile commute from Banning, Oros begins his shift working for the city of La Habra’s graffiti clean up team at 4 a.m. His task is to keep La […] Continue Reading

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