No one ever said criminals are the brightest bulbs on the tree. This story proves it when two burglary suspects were arrested after they reportedly locked their keys inside their car.
Around 11:28 a.m. on Wednesday, Claremont police responded to a call of a burglary in progress on the 700 block of Via Santa Catarina in Claraboya. The homeowner saw a female suspect inside his secured backyard, looking into windows, according to Lt. Karlan Bennett of the Claremont Police Department.
Claremont High School student athletes who recently received scholarships to attend college are: Alexis Jimenez, American International College, softball; Julia Marriott-UC Davis, cross country/track; Sidney Hwang-Princeton University, cross country/track; Sarah Ayala, Humboldt State University, cross country/track; Kalinda Reynolds, UC Berkeley, cross country/track. Photo by CHS athletics
After weeks of deliberating, the Claremont City Council decided on a district map for future municipal elections.
The city council narrowly voted 3-2 Tuesday to approve map 124a, which was drafted by National Demographics Corporation (NDC). Mayor Corey Calaycay, Councilmembers Ed Reece and Jed Leano voted in favor, while Mayor Pro Tem Larry Schroeder and Councilmember Jennifer Stark voted against it.
With a backdrop of freshly fallen snow a lone hiker on braves the cold on Thursday on the Thompson Creek Trail in North Claremont. A quick winter storm blew through the area on Thursday bringing snow flurries, gusty winds and cold temperatures. The surprise snow does have a silver lining for those who are weary of winter because there are no storms forecast for the next week. COURIER photo/Steven Felschundneff
IF DARWIN HAD A COMPUTER The University Club of Claremont hosts an open to the public luncheon and discussion, “If Darwin Had a Computer,” with guest speaker Ran Libeskind-Hadas, the R. Michael Shanahan professor of computer science at Harvey Mudd College. The event starts at 11:30 a.m. at Hughes Community Center, 1700 Danbury Rd., Claremont. A $20 meeting fee includes a buffet lunch. “Charles Darwin wrote in his famous Origins of Species that he could imagine that pairs of species, such as bees and flowers, might evolve in tandem.
Longtime local musician, vocalist and teacher Elizabeth Hangan was recently honored with a Living Legend award for her contributions to blues music in Los Angeles.
Ms. Hangan, 61, the daughter of the late Clabe Hangan, himself a revered local blues musician, received the award February 7 at the Barbara Morrison Performing Arts Center in the storied Leimert Park neighborhood of Los Angeles.
It was a dark and stormy night. How dark, you ask? Too dark to play baseball, apparently, as the home plate umpire cut short a seventh inning Wolfpack rally, sealing the boys 8-2 loss to Kaiser on Tuesday in Fontana.
How stormy was it? Too stormy to play a home game Monday because the field was just too soaked from the rain. Claremont instead traveled to Arcadia where they unfortunately lost, 7-2.