The COURIER's annual Fourth of July special section is bigger and better than ever. It has everything you will need to know about Claremont holiday festivities...from the morning 5k running race, events happening all day in Memorial Park, the parade starting at 4 p.m. and of course the fireworks spectacular later in the evening. You just won't be able to leave home without it!
This year's Healthy Living special section is predictably focused on biking given all the excitement for the AMGEN professional bike race Saturday May 21. Inside we have features about biking for people of all ages, including tips on all the activities this weekend in Claremont. Look for Healthy Living inside your Saturday COURIER or take a look starting Friday online.
Rachael Ranney didn't listen to
her friends and family who
urged her not to adopt a child as
a single woman. Instead she followed
her heart and couldn't be happier.
"She's the best thing that's ever happened to me,"
the Claremont native said.
That "she" is Amira. Now nearly 3 years old,
Amira came into Ms. Ranney's life as an infant
through a small adoption agency in Ethiopia. The
stars aligned and a new family was created.
If you had to pick only one copy of the COURIER this year, the August 14th edition with the latest and greatest Almanac would be the choice. In this edition our readers not only picked what's best in Claremont, we went out and profiled these great places. Our staff also interviewed the newsmakers for the year, plus included some special surprises that the COURIER's Almanac...the Almanac. For the first time ever, all the pages will be posted and archived online for the world to see how special Claremont really is.