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LH looks to help fix quake damage

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LH looks to help fix quake damage

Posted on 18 April 2014

By Jesse Ghawaly La Habra Journal Though the ground has settled in the aftermath of the 5.1 magnitude earthquake that stirred the city of La Habra a few weeks ago, many property owners are still working to repair the damages done to their properties. The La Habra City Council has initiated a 90 day waiver […] Continue Reading

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Bergman voted new LH Heights mayor

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Bergman voted new LH Heights mayor

Posted on 18 April 2014

By Daniel Hernandez La Habra Journal Outgoing La Habra Heights Mayor Roy Francis sat on the middle chair in the council chambers April 10 for the last time during his first run as mayor, ending what some officials described as an eventful and productive era. And before moving his seat at the table one over […] Continue Reading

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State looks to continue local citrus quarantine

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State looks to continue local citrus quarantine

Posted on 18 April 2014

By Heather Pape La Habra Journal The citrus quarantine affecting Los Angeles and Orange counties that was originally declared the last two years may continue for double the amount of time some had originally expected. Two years ago, the Huanglongbing Disease (HLB), a disease that kills citrus trees, was discovered at a Hacienda Heights’ residence, […] Continue Reading

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Annual Citrus Fair takes us back to the farm

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Annual Citrus Fair takes us back to the farm

Posted on 18 April 2014

By Chu-Ling Yee La Habra Journal Thousands of children could not contain their excitement as they anxiously waited to go on the merry-go-round at the 5th annual Citrus Fair. Over 35,000 people attended the Citrus Fair to celebrate La Habra’s agricultural heritage on La Habra Blvd. The La Habra Chamber of Commerce hosted the three-day […] Continue Reading

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Locals walk to raise awareness about life

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Locals walk to raise awareness about life

Posted on 18 April 2014

By Chu-Ling Yee La Habra Journal Waking up early is not an easy task to do—especially on a Saturday morning. But these people did it to show their support and help. More than 300 people woke up early this past Saturday, walking in the Walk4Life, a 2k and 4k walk, raising more than $5,000 for […] Continue Reading

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Lions prepare for 57th pancake breakfast

Posted on 18 April 2014

By Heather Pape La Habra Journal The La Habra Host Lion’s Club is going to host its 57th annual Easter Breakfast, but it may look different this year. For more than a decade, the Easter Breakfast has been held in conjunction with the Eggstravaganza that is put on by the City of La Habra’s community […] Continue Reading

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La Habra area rolls and rects to recent eartquakes

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La Habra area rolls and rects to recent eartquakes

Posted on 06 April 2014

By Jay Seidel La Habra Journal The last few days saw more than 100 temblors of magnitude 1 or greater rock the La Habra area. Chimneys fell, glass windows broke, ceiling tiles fell  and hundreds of nerves were shot. What could be described as a swarm of earthquakes began Friday at 8:03 p.m., when a […] Continue Reading

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LH Council looks  to move city hall

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LH Council looks to move city hall

Posted on 06 April 2014

By Jay Seidel La Habra Journal At its March 17 meeting, the La Habra City Council approved that the interim city manager can enter into discussion with City Ventures to explore a possible property swap that would move the municipal offices across La Habra Boulevard to the south east corner of the intersection at La […] Continue Reading

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Sandwiches, a day of giving help benefit two local boys

Posted on 06 April 2014

By Jesse Ghawaly La Habra Journal People eating sandwiches last week at the newly opened Jersey Mike’s Subs in La Habra weren’t just enjoying their meal. They were helping out people in need. On March 26, people at Jersey Mike’s Subs took part in the “Day of Giving.” Across 36 states, every sub shop joined […] Continue Reading

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Sonora program helps prepare students for college success

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Sonora program helps prepare students for college success

Posted on 06 April 2014

By Christina Ledesma La Habra Journal Sonora High School is known for many accomplishments, including the lauded International Baccalaureate Program. Many of its alumni have graduated on to Ivy League schools and career-minded paths. And it just keeps growing. The IB Program is run by the International Baccalaureate Organization, which is a non-profit educational foundation […] Continue Reading

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