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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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LH Council looks for options on damaged building

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LH Council looks for options on damaged building

Posted on 25 March 2014

By Jay Seidel La Habra Journal After hosting meetings, weddings and other community events, and the home to one of the oldest community clubs in La Habra since the 1920s, the Women’s Clubhouse is at a crossroads. Since being deemed unusable more than a year ago, the city is looking at options for the building. […] Continue Reading

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Heights residents look to help combat crime

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Heights residents look to help combat crime

Posted on 25 March 2014

By Daniel Hernandez La Habra Journal After an increase in crime the last couple of months in La Habra Heights, officials at the March city council meeting discussed but did not pass an ordinance approving the posting of neighborhood watch signs throughout the city. Three councilmembers felt they required more information before making a final […] Continue Reading

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PHOTO CONTEST: Getting a different look of our community

Posted on 23 March 2014

There’s something great about photography. Photos can really capture the essence of something and freeze it in time. You can look at the photos on display at the La Habra History Museum and get a glimpse back in time. You can look at your own family photos and recount memories at the time when that […] Continue Reading

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La Habra Life Center hosts annual Walk for Life to help local women

Posted on 23 March 2014

By Chu-Ling Yee La Habra Journal For the past 35 years, the La Habra Life Center has helped out women in need and their children. Now it’s time for the community to lend them a helping hand. The La Habra Life Center will host the Walk4Life, a 2k and 4k walk, on April 5 to […] Continue Reading

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Rotary recognizes local student leaders

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Rotary recognizes local student leaders

Posted on 23 March 2014

By Jane Williams La Habra Journal In February Rotary honored the top students in the program unique to its high school’s campus.  At La Habra High that student was  Rachel Gonzalez, the top cadet in the school’s NJROTC. 1st Sgt. Willie Schumpeter, every La Habran’s favorite Marine, spoke about the amazing job Rachel did teaching […] Continue Reading

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New business internship program for LHHS

Posted on 23 March 2014

By Heather Pape La Habra Journal Local businesses are partnering with La Habra High School’s Marketing and Business Academy to start an internship program for the students. The program idea began with the La Habra Collaborative, a group of local nonprofits and businesses, when members saw a need to have productive after-school activities. Through conversations […] Continue Reading

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