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COURIER week in pictures: 8-1-14

  • A bee feeds recently in a flowerbed planted along the First Street median between Yale and Harvard in the Claremont Village. The dog days of summer have arrived in the Inland Valley with a nearly week long heat wave that is forecast to continue.

    A bee feeds recently in a flowerbed planted along the First Stre...

  • Celeste Palmer tells her story on Tuesday during a support group meeting for people with traumatic brain injuries at the Claremont Club. Ms. Palmer was injured in a traffic collision that resulted in total amnesia.

    Celeste Palmer tells her story on Tuesday during a support group...

  • Brian Keyner expresses his frustration with the numbness in his side and how it prevents him from participating activities he loves on Tuesday during a traumatic brain injury support group at the Claremont Club.

    Brian Keyner expresses his frustration with the numbness in his ...

  • California’s state mascot, the Golden Bear, embraces nine-year-old Emma Humphries and six-year-old Kylie Cheetwood on Monday during the weekly concert at Memorial Park.

    California’s state mascot, the Golden Bear, embraces nine-year...

  • Nelson Wang, as the California Bear, dances with the band Kulayd as they sing “Under the Boardwalk” on Monday in Memorial Park. The bear entertained the crowd throughout the evening as part of the Cool California Challenge.

    Nelson Wang, as the California Bear, dances with the band Kulayd...

  • Attendees at last week’s launch meeting for Claremont Friends of Locally Owned Water, Claremont FLOW, raise their hands to indicate their interest in taking the steps needed to take over the water company.

    Attendees at last week’s launch meeting for Claremont Friends ...

  • Council member Larry Schroeder gave a presentation about the city’s proposed bond measure during the launch meeting for Claremont FLOW last week at Walter’s Restaurant in the Claremont Village.

    Council member Larry Schroeder gave a presentation about the cit...

  • Seventh Street resident Erin Hicks inspects an 100-year-old oak tree on her street Monday after the tree dropped a large limb the day before. It took work crews six hours to clear the limb which took out cable television access in the neighborhood.

    Seventh Street resident Erin Hicks inspects an 100-year-old oak ...

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