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Corn-eating is a family business for the Moleskys

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Corn-eating is a family business for the Moleskys

Posted on 16 August 2017

By Alondra Uziar La Habra Journal Lions park has held the festival ever since it began in 1948 and is hosted by the La Habra Lions. What originally began as a simple dance and cookout has evol ved to be La Habra’s greatest fundraising event. With the 69th annual La Habra Corn Festival, it comes […] Continue Reading

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A commitment to help the homeless

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A commitment to help the homeless

Posted on 02 August 2017

By Taylor Engle La Habra Journal It’s difficult to feel down on your luck, hopeless, or all alone—this is a truth that Alice Linton and husband Donald Kettlewell recognize. This ability to empathize spurned their idea for Back to the Future, a nonprofit organization centered in La Habra and Fullerton to help homeless people in […] Continue Reading

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Rebuilt Raiders look to reap their redemption

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Rebuilt Raiders look to reap their redemption

Posted on 02 August 2017

By Jay Seidel La Habra Journal To say last season was rough for the Sonora Raiders might be an understatement. It was a new coach with a new system working with a team that lost the majority of its veteran and skilled players. However, second year Head Coach Daniel Morales is optimistic for this season. […] Continue Reading

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LH Collaborative encourages a Soda-Free Summer

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LH Collaborative encourages a Soda-Free Summer

Posted on 19 July 2017

By Taylor Engle La Habra Journal Two years ago, the La Habra Collaborative launched its first ever Move More Eat Healthy Movement, an initiative aimed to help reduce obesity in children and adults. The movement saw such positive response that the Collaborative was led to begin its Soda Free Summer 2017. The Collaborative sat down […] Continue Reading

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Suavé provides evening full of smooth music

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Suavé provides evening full of smooth music

Posted on 06 July 2017

By Alondra Urizar La Habra Journal The event was not set to start until 7 p.m. but by 6:30 p.m., nearly half the attendees had already filled half the grassy area El Centro-Lions Park provided for La Habra’s Summer Concert Series on Thursday, June 29. People filled the field and the stage was set for […] Continue Reading

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Lady Highlanders react to resignation, LHHS looks for new coach

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Lady Highlanders react to resignation, LHHS looks for new coach

Posted on 30 June 2017

By Jason Burch La Habra Journal La Habra High School Softball Coach Steve Harrington stepped down shortly after the season despite an immensely successful two-year run at the helm. Despites only being at La Habra for less than two seasons, Harrington developed a bond with his team that has arguable impacted each of them. So […] Continue Reading

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Two friends and their commitment to La Habra

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Two friends and their commitment to La Habra

Posted on 22 June 2017

By Taylor Engle La Habra Journal Almost everyone who went to La Habra High School can recall the level of care that exudes from the staff. The school prides itself on catering to the community, and two of its hardest working members just served their last year on board. Together, Mary Lou Dorado and Jeanne […] Continue Reading

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La Habra teen reaches the finale of NBC's  talent show 'The Voice'

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La Habra teen reaches the finale of NBC’s talent show ‘The Voice’

Posted on 01 June 2017

By Leon Romero La Habra Journal The youngest finalist to ever grace the stage of NBC’s “The Voice” grew up in La Habra, and was attending La Habra High School before she left to Los Angeles to compete in the nation’s most watched televised singing competition. Fifteen-year old La Habra resident Aliyah Moulden impressed the […] Continue Reading

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Lady Highlanders mash their way past YL into round two of CIF

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Lady Highlanders mash their way past YL into round two of CIF

Posted on 19 May 2017

By Jason Burch La Habra Journal The La Habra softball team hit the ball hard for six innings to beat the feisty Yorba Linda Mustangs 9-3 despite trailing early. The Mustangs struck first with a stolen base, a perfectly executed sacrifice bunt book ended by a pair of singles to take a 1-0 in the […] Continue Reading

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Lady Highlanders shutout Sunny Hills to win second straight title

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Lady Highlanders shutout Sunny Hills to win second straight title

Posted on 12 May 2017

By Jason Burch La Habra Journal Behind Hannah Johnson’s complete game, two-hit shutout, La Habra avenged its lone Freeway League loss with a 6-0 victory at Sunny Hills Thursday afternoon. In two seasons under head coach Steve Harrington the La Habra softball team has lost just one Freeway League contest. The only blemish came two […] Continue Reading

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Lady Highlanders crush Coyotes on Senior Day

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Lady Highlanders crush Coyotes on Senior Day

Posted on 05 May 2017

By Jason Burch La Habra Journal The seniors on the La Habra softball team ended their final home game with an exclamatory 27-0 victory over Buena Park on Thursday afternoon. “It’s kinda sad because it goes by so fast, they tell you that it goes by fast but now we’re here on Senior Day and […] Continue Reading

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LH author shares story of her family's journey to find freedom

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LH author shares story of her family’s journey to find freedom

Posted on 20 April 2017

By Leonardo Romero La Habra Journal La Habra resident Jennifer H. Lau released her autobiographical narrative “Beautiful Hero: How We Survived the Khmer Rouge” on October 13, 2016 after taking 15 years to organize, write, and edit her book. The book depicts events that Lau and her family endured in order to survive the tragic […] Continue Reading

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