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COURIER week in pictures: 3-21

  • Trisch Deehring tries to keep a good attitude as the pie-eating contest hits the final stretch on Saturday during the second annual Claremont Pie Festival in the Village.

    Trisch Deehring tries to keep a good attitude as the pie-eating ...

  • Participants in the frilliest apron contest strut their stuff on Saturday at the second annual Claremont Pie Festival in the Claremont Village.

    Participants in the frilliest apron contest strut their stuff on...

  • Claremont High School sophomore Andrew Leahy returns a shot on Wednesday on his way to winning his first round game against Ayala 6-0. the pack went on to win the match 13-5.

    Claremont High School sophomore Andrew Leahy returns a shot on W...

  • Bardot co-owner Philippe Catherine looks over the menu on Monday as the restaurant’s staff gets ready for their first day of business. The much-anticipated new eatery, which replaces the long running Harvard Square Café, officially opened on Tuesday.

    Bardot co-owner Philippe Catherine looks over the menu on Monday...

  • Claremont police detective Robert Ewing watches as students and faculty walk between classes on Thursday at Claremont High School. Four police officers were patrolling the campus in response to threatening graffiti found in a boys restroom a day earlier.

    Claremont police detective Robert Ewing watches as students and ...

  • Newly appointed mayor Joe Lyons talks about his vision for Claremont and some of the tasks he would like to accomplish in the next year.

    Newly appointed mayor Joe Lyons talks about his vision for Clare...

  • CUSD Board of Education member Dave Nemer speaks with occupational therapist Jenny Blacksher on Monday during an open house for the newly constructed occupational therapy center at Danbury Elementary School.

    CUSD Board of Education member Dave Nemer speaks with occupation...

  • Southern California haze and smog are frowned upon for us living in Claremont, but it can help mute a bright sunset in order to take many unique photos of the setting sun. Such was the case here, where this photo was taken from the Mountain Avenue overpas

    Southern California haze and smog are frowned upon for us living...

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