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Mammories of “The Mansion”

By Wally Wharton “Oooo … Look, Annie!” cooed Hanna in her heavy Czechoslovakian accent. “There’s Bill Cosby!” And sure enough, there he was, Bill Cosby—drink in hand, tall, cool, and sporting a ruffled, open-necked, red polyester shirt, high-waist, beige bell bottoms, and brown platform shoes—such was the “mode o’day” back in 1977. He was chatting…

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Convicted Felon DeMulle under Federal Investigation in “Powder” Letters Case

Local residents receive mysterious “get well” cards; FBI leading the investigation By Eddie Rivera, News Editor Convicted felon and controversial Tujunga newspaper publisher David DeMulle, 75, is under investigation by the Federal Bureau of Investigation and the US Postal Service in connection with the mailing of several envelopes containing a “get well” card and an unknown…

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Former Board Member Sues Wildlife Waystation Founder

Lawsuit claims “continuous and serious breaches of fiduciary duties,” among other charges, and seeks third-party receiver to oversee its operations By: Eddie Rivera, News Editor Citing “continuous and serious breaches of fiduciary duties, self-dealing and breaches of charitable trust,” former Wildlife Waystation board member Peggy Summers has filed a lawsuit against Martine Colette, founder of…

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Inaugural Armenian Arts and Culture Festival Rocks Commerce Avenue

More than 5,000 people attend day-long event By Eddie Rivera, News Editor Despite one person’s concern over the lack of notice to the local business community, more than 5,000 people attended the inaugural Sunland-Tujunga Armenian Arts and Culture Festival. The day-long event on Commerce Avenue in Tujunga was held along the town’s historic commercial corridor on…

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