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On Monday the Claremont Police Department announced it had selected Brittany Sornborger to be the next school resource officer. The SRO handles most calls for service at Claremont’s public school campuses as well as related duties including attending afterschool events such as football games.
La Verne resident David Scarborough was very popular in his lab rat with a human head costume during Village Venture on Saturday in Claremont. According to his mother the 11-year-old […]
On Thursday, the Claremont High School girls tennis team added a fifth consecutive title to their history after they defeated Glendora High School at home, 16-2. The match not only closed out Palomares league play, but also extended the team’s unbeaten run to 12 matches.
by Mick Rhodes | email@example.com Village Venture, one of Claremont’s largest annual outdoor events, is back from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday, October 23 after a one-year hiatus due […]
The CHS girls varsity tennis team continues its dominance in the Palomares League with an impressive 15-3 win over the Alta Loma Braves on Tuesday, Followed by an equally commanding victory over Glendora, 16-2, on Thursday.
by Peter Weinberger | firstname.lastname@example.org As a new 501(c)(3) nonprofit newspaper, we are launching our first-ever three-year campaign drive to raise necessary operating funds to ensure the COURIER continues to […]
On Sunday, Memorial Park was filled with residents seeking insight about Native American history at Claremont’s first annual Indigenous Peoples Day gathering.
If you’re not a Sycamore parent, you might not have heard of the ‘Be-Leaf’ in Sycamore campaign; however, if you’re a resident or a frequent passerby, you’ve likely seen the yard signs popping up on residents’ lawns over the last few weeks.
AgingNext will host National Senior Health & Fitness Day, the nation’s largest older adult health promotion event, at the California Botanic Garden on Wednesday, October 27, from 10 a.m. to […]
For many residents the idea of light rail service coming to Claremont faded when the Foothill Gold Line Construction Authority announced a few years ago that it had funding to reach Pomona, but no further. Still, some people, including Councilmember Ed Reece, have never given up on completing the last few miles and are fighting to get the Gold Line to The City of Trees.
Three years after Pomona College geology professor Robert Gaines discovered a 500-million-year-old fossilized species during an expedition to the Burgess Shale, the once-untitled discovery was recently and honorably named after the geologist in a paper published on September 8.
Nosy Neighbors Coffee and Donuts, which officially soft-opened on Thursday after six months of preparation. The shop gives patrons the caffeine boost they asked for while also providing them with mini donuts and the latest buzz around Claremont.
Members of the Claremont High School volleyball team participate in a “Pink Out Game” in observance of national Breast Cancer Awareness Month on Friday at CHS. The event was part […]
Ten years ago, Takako Mino, a student at Claremont McKenna College, received the Napier Award for Creative Leadership to support her efforts to teach debate techniques to students in Uganda, East Africa.
by Steven Felschundneff | email@example.com Last Thursday, Claremont Police Chief Shelly Vander Veen announced she will retire from the department on November 10. At the chief’s recommendation, the city plans […]