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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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Lawyers, Guns, and Money

Controversial local publisher to stand trial on federal firearms charge By Eddie Rivera, News Editor Local newspaper owner David “Doc” DeMullé, publisher of The Foothills Paper, will stand trial in US District Court in January on a charge of being a Prohibited Person in Possession of Firearms and Ammunition. According to an LAPD property report,…

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Local Protest at High Speed Rail Meeting

Demonstrators on horseback rally against proposed Angeles National Forest High-Speed Rail Route By: Eddie Rivera, News Editor Nearly 250 protesters, many of them on horseback, gathered outside the Lake View Terrace Library Wednesday afternoon as the California High Speed Rail Authority (CHSRA) held a rescheduled community working group meeting to discuss three alignment updates in…

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