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REVIEW: A ‘spoonful’ of Disney

My oh my, what a wonderful night… sort of. Nostalgia, laughter and tears swept the Haugh Performing Arts Center Oct. 13 with Disney classics dating as far back as 1947. Though creativity in song performance was not present, overall it was a delightful concert. Citrus College’s Sierra Wind Symphony and Concert Choir opened the annual…

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Women’s water polo sweeps tournament at home

On October 13, 2017, The women’s water polo team beat Cerritos College 8-5. It was their second game of the 2017 Citrus Tournament. They also beat Allan Hancock 12-5 earlier in the day. The Owls scored three goals in the first quarter with goals from freshman Emma Tuck and sophomore Hunter Oliver to take a…

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Macabre heartthrobs stalk catwalk: Citrus cosmetologists display ghoulish craft in annual Halloween “Creep Show.”

Michael Jackson’s “Thriller” blares over a public-address system to a 100-person crowd. They lightly dance in the campus center mall as the Cosmetology school’s “Creep Show” begins on Friday, Oct. 13. Esthetician faculty, Ann Everett said over the microphone, “Carving her a forever smile and the limbs of a doll, he finalized his vows by…

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Campuses prepare for major quake

The Great California Shakeout Drill will be held on Oct. 19 At Citrus College, giving students the opportunity to understand the procedures when California is hit with the awaited 8.2 magnitude earthquake. The drill is practiced to spread awareness about “The Big One,” the predicted earthquake seismologists have been studying for decades. The drill is…

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Going Up? Take the stairs: Expired elevator permits

Out of the 12 elevators on the Citrus College campus, only eight are running properly and are up to date with Department of Industrial Relation standards. Most of the permits are required to be updated annually in the month of March. Those who rely on wheelchairs or are impaired to walk are directly affected. Approximately…

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Rubel Castle: Glendora’s secret attraction

Tucked away in the Foothills, a medieval-style castle peaks above the quiet suburban neighborhoods of Glendora. Michael Rubel began working on a castle in 1968 with the help of hundreds of people. Some would help for only one day, while others would continue to help for years. After 20 years, Rubel was successful in his construction of Rubel Castle…

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Glendora pumpkin festival brings forth history of the city

The 25th Annual Pumpkin Festival, co-sponsored by the Glendora Community Services Department and the Glendora Preservation Foundation will take place from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Oct. 21 at the Centennial Heritage Park. “It’s very unique,” said Tom Reinberger, secretary of the Board of Directors for the Glendora Preservation Foundation, in a phone interview. “The…