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Lady Bugs brings high visibility and service to La Habra

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Lady Bugs brings high visibility and service to La Habra

Posted on 26 June 2014

By John McMurray For the La Habra Journal You’ve seen them in the community, the red cars with black spots on them.  Maybe you’ve seen the “ladybug woman” at a community event.  Maybe you’ve seen both. Regardless of what it was, you have seen Lady Bugs pest control throughout La Habra. Based in La Habra […] Continue Reading

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Cars fill The Park for Pet Prescription Team

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Cars fill The Park for Pet Prescription Team

Posted on 16 June 2014

By Daniel Hernandez La Habra Journal At the Pet Prescription Team’s annual car show on May 31, dogs barked, cars roared and the community, including a young girl with a rare disease, entered into a time warp at the sight of vintage automobiles. The team, in their red shirts with dogs in tow, hosted 107 […] Continue Reading

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Children’s museum holds mini health fair

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Children’s museum holds mini health fair

Posted on 12 June 2014

By Jay Seidel La Habra Journal Hundreds of children filled Porlola Park just outside of the Childrens’ Museum Tuesday. What they learned was to be active, the importance of making healthy choices and took part in a number of family-centered activities. The Children’s Museum at La Habra has partnered with the La Habra Community Collaborative […] Continue Reading

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LHHS graduate becomes first accepted into CSUF nursing

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LHHS graduate becomes first accepted into CSUF nursing

Posted on 12 June 2014

By Chu-Ling Yee La Habra Journal After she watched her grandmother become affected by Diabetes, she knew she wanted to become a nurse. As the years went by, she never stopped trying to reach her goals. Vanessa Martinez is the first high school student to be accepted into the California State University of Fullerton under […] Continue Reading

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LH Rotary recognizes two amazing grads

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LH Rotary recognizes two amazing grads

Posted on 12 June 2014

By Jane Williams La Habra Journal The La Habra Rotary Club recognizes students each month for various reasons.  Last month the club recognized two students who overcame challenges and adversity to be able to graduate at this years Class of 2014.  This is a look at their two stories. Erick Salazar When La Habra High’s […] Continue Reading

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Helping spread smiles around the world

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Helping spread smiles around the world

Posted on 12 June 2014

By Chu-Ling Yee La Habra Journal Dr. Douglas Daniels, DDS, believes that there is nothing greater than giving to others, and when he was asked to help in the South Pacific, he immediately said yes. He temporarily closed his dental practice, Daniels Dental Care in La Habra, leaving the country in February and March to […] Continue Reading

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Couple found dead in La Habra Home- Updated

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Couple found dead in La Habra Home- Updated

Posted on 27 May 2014

By Jay Seidel La Habra Journal   ***Story updated May 28, 2014, 4:45 p.m. *** Two people were found dead in their home on the 600 block of West Greenwood Avenue Saturday afternoon.   La Habra Police said Kevin A’Lurede, 35, and his wife Alaina, 31, found dead in their home. Autopsies showed that Kevin […] Continue Reading

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Split vote regulates LH truck vendors

Posted on 22 May 2014

By Jay Seidel La Habra Journal In a split decision Monday, the La Habra City Council adopted the ordinance creating new regulations for truck vendor operations within the city. Citing multiple public concerns for child safety around schools, the 3-2 vote by the council  applies to ice cream and food vending trucks. Some of the […] Continue Reading

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Las Lomas Second Grader receives award for writing

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Las Lomas Second Grader receives award for writing

Posted on 22 May 2014

Keilani A. Darvin, a Second grader from Las Lomas Elementary received honorable mention for Best Historical Fiction: “The Day I Went to School with Ruby Bridges” at the PBS SoCal’s annual PBS Kids writers contest May 8 in Costa Mesa. The annual PBS KIDS Writers Contest is a national initiative designed to promote the advancement […] Continue Reading

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Keller Williams helps build dance studio at Boys & Girls Clubs of La Habra

Posted on 22 May 2014

Agents from Keller Williams in Whittier volunteered their Saturday renovating a former staff room into a brand new Dance Studio at the Boys & Girls Clubs of La Habra. The renovated dance studio will expand the Club’s program services and add another service for the children of La Habra. Over 35 volunteers pulled out carpet, […] Continue Reading

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Farewell and good luck to LHJ Sports Editor

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Farewell and good luck to LHJ Sports Editor

Posted on 22 May 2014

I hope at some point in the last five years you have had the opportunity to read some of the great sports stories written by our sports Editor Nathan Percy. Not just to find out about the amazing athletes from our three high schools, but to enjoy some of the best prep sports coverage in […] Continue Reading

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Community book sharing system opens in LH

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Community book sharing system opens in LH

Posted on 22 May 2014

By Jay Seidel La Habra Journal A box was placed last week on a pedestal in the La Habra Civic Center.  Inside the box was placed a small stack of books. But what is it for? It is the Little Free Library.  Its part of an international organization focused on promoting literacy and the love […] Continue Reading

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