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Posted on 01 March 2015

By Daniel Hernandez La Habra Journal While Measure A, or the Healthy City Initiative, remains the contentious issue on the ballot for La Habra Heights residents, three candidates who support and oppose the measure aim to place themselves in two open city council seats March 3. Yet this isn’t the only matter these candidates feel […] Continue Reading

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Something worth catching

Posted on 01 March 2015

It has been mentioned before in my commentaries, but it’s worth repeating. There is so much that can be done in this community to help it continue to grow, develop and prosper.  However, it depends on each of us to do something. As you can read in this issue about the new mariachi group that […] Continue Reading

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Family Center provides new community programs

Posted on 01 March 2015

By Rachel Ramos La Habra Journal The La Habra Family Resource Center’s mission is to “empower people to better health” by offering a wide variety of courses and resources to the community of La Habra. As a direct service provider of the Institute for Healthcare Advancement, they put family first by encouraging health literacy and […] Continue Reading

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LH church opens local Hyroponic garden

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LH church opens local Hyroponic garden

Posted on 01 March 2015

By Rachel Ramos La Habra Journal Growing plants on a cement parking lot may seem unrealistic and bizarre to most, but to Living Justly Industries, it is the perfect spot to nurture a luscious garden that can feed an entire hungry community. On Feb. 19, Living Justly Industries, a non-profit organization that partners with the […] Continue Reading

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Local community celebrates art festival

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Local community celebrates art festival

Posted on 01 March 2015

By Taylor Engle La Habra Journal People from all over Southern California came to peruse the array of different art forms on display at the 55th Annual Hillcrest Festival of Fine Arts, held at the Hillcrest Congregational Church Feb. 19-22. The festival had three different rooms filled with glasswork, brass and ceramic sculptures, pottery, paintings, […] Continue Reading

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Ladera Palma Get Fit and Move

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The sound of los mariachis

Posted on 01 March 2015

Students from Washington Middle and Sierra Vista Elementary Schools have joined to create a mariachi group. By Jay Seidel La Habra Journal Nearly 40 children filed onto the outdoor stage of Ladera Palma Elementary School last week. They smiled with nervous anticipation as they readied their instruments. For many, this was the first time they […] Continue Reading

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Grupo del mariachi viene a La Habra

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Grupo del mariachi viene a La Habra

Posted on 01 March 2015

Por Jay Seidel La Habra Journal Cerca de cuarenta niños se presentaron en el escenario de la Primaria Ladera Palma la semana pasada. Sonrieron con anticipación, nerviosos mientras alistaban sus instrumentos. Para muchos, esta fue la primera vez en la que presentaron hacia el público como parte del mariachi patrocinado por la escuela de La […] Continue Reading

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LHHS Theater guild opens ‘Les Miserables’ this weekend

Posted on 27 February 2015

By Rahel Ramos La Habra Journal Just a week after closing their latest show, “The Importance of Being Earnest”, La Habra High School is already back in the swing of things and ready to do it again as they prepare for arguably their toughest show yet. “Les Misérables” is an emotionally packed show based on […] Continue Reading

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LH set to launch cultural project

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LH set to launch cultural project

Posted on 17 January 2015

By Jay Seidel La Habra Journal Over the centuries, communities have thrived on the development of their cultures.  In order to help enrich the lives of its residents, La Habra has continued to develop and build on its community. Last Saturday La Habra launched an Art Appreciation program in partnership with Oasis Center International.  The […] Continue Reading

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Measure A wording finalized

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Measure A wording finalized

Posted on 17 January 2015

By Daniel Hernandez La Habra Journal A superior court judge imposed her own verbiage on all parties involved in a lawsuit regarding the Healthy City Initiative last Friday, modifying the title of a controversial measure on the La Habra Heights March election ballot. Los Angeles Superior Court Judge Joanne O’Donnell ordered city officials to make […] Continue Reading

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Commentary

New year, new commitments

Posted on 17 January 2015

It’s that time of year again, time to start off the new year with new initiatives and a new focus.  It’s a way to kind of reset and focus on goals we want to achieve.  This is the issue that we include some resolutions from people in the community.   It’s always interesting to read what […] Continue Reading

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Ladera Palma launches Lego Robotics program

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Ladera Palma launches Lego Robotics program

Posted on 17 January 2015

By Jay Seidel La Habra Journal The 7-year-old adjusts a final brick and moves back to double check to see if the code she entered is correct.  She then sets the robot down and smiles as her creation whirs and moves into action. For her, everything is awesome. This is what some first and second […] Continue Reading

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