The Claremont COURIER's Focus on Women special section is an annual edition profiling women newsmakers in the Claremont area for the past year. This award winning section is an insert in our print edition for all subscribers. Be sure to check out our high quality PDF edition.
It's hard to believe it's that holiday time of year again with Thanksgiving right around the corner. Each year the Claremont COURIER produces a special section focused on spreading cheer with holiday stories and photos. We try and keep it light and lively. Our advertising content will help you manage through the maze of shopping Claremont during this busy time of year, and also gives our advertisers a chance to bring good wishes to our community.
The Claremont COURIER Almanac hit the streets (and subscribers' mailboxes) Friday, August 9 and we cover the city from land, sea and air! This edition will truly be a Claremont coffee table publication as we preview the outlook for 2025. Here's a little hint...it will be the Year of the Woman. Are we surprised? Our advertisers also know it's a big week so we are expecting a large regular paper, too. We think Almanac 2013-14 will truly be a special edition for our readers.
Friday's COURIER will include our annual Healthy Living special section inserted in the newspaper and published in full on our website. This year's edition has a slight sports theme but also shows unique Claremonters staying notoriously active in different ways.
These 2 special sections packed in one celebrate spring by promoting some of the annual events and people we focus on during this renewal time of year. Meet some of the wonderful residents that make Claremont a unique community. Spring Bride focuses on information every new bride can use when getting ready for that very special day.
This year's Holiday Magazine had plenty of volunteers to write stories since we have such an focus on food. All the recipes were created with basic stuff you will find in any refrigerator. But the results were fantastic, with dishes suited for the entire family. Other coverage included the special sound of music for the Mayor's Recital, a huge olive food bounty at Scripps College, a profile on people raising awareness for breast cancer and other holiday related stories. Happy Holiday! COURIER photo/Peter Weinberger
This year's Claremont COURIER Almanac will really hit home with people who grew up here and remember the many changes Claremont to make the city what is it today. But we also wanted to see what Claremont's neighborhoods are like today. This also includes the current state of probably Claremont's most unique neighborhood...Palmer Canyon. Yes, a few people still live up there, even though nothing has really changed since it was ravaged by fire 9 years ago. With the Olympics in full swing, we take a unique look at the plans of young athletes with dreams of hitting the big time. It's not an easy journey. So take your time and keep this edition handy, there's a ton of great stuff...and it's all about Claremont. We will be posting particular stories from the Almanac on the homepage over the next few days. Right now the entire edition is posted online in PDF format. Enjoy.
No city knows how to celebrate the Fourth of July better than Claremont. So to help you prepare for the holiday, the COURIER will publish a special section tomorrow that will help you navigate through the fun-filled day. The day begins with the Freedom 5000 run, pancake breakfast and opening ceremonies. The afternoon festivities are highlighted by the parade and the day closes with the very popular fireworks display. For a full schedule of the day's events, maps and profiles on the honored groups and citizens, see our Fantastic Fourth special section in Saturday's edition.
This year we have combined 2 great special sections into one. Our annual Rites of Spring section focuses this year on Earth Day activities and ideas. In addition, we knew it's the season for wedding bells and our Spring Bride section has intimate details about wedding planning and advice.
Today's Parent has a long and successful history with the Claremont COURIER. Started 28 years ago as a monthly parenting magazine, this special section has acknowledged that families are still quite interested in quality parenting information. This year's main feature focuses on student homework. This is a subject most parents will have a strong opinion on. Is there too much, or too little? And how important is homework in the development of your child as they work through many of life's challenges. We found out there are many unique perspectives. COURIER photo/Steven Felschundneff