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COURIER week in pictures: 8-28-15

  • Pepe Pena and Ramon Soto of Jonescape break up concrete in front of Claremont City Hall on Thursday The city has begun an extensive re-landscaping project at city hall in an effort to save water.

    Pepe Pena and Ramon Soto of Jonescape break up concrete in front...

  • Camila Aguirre says goodbye to her mother Ana Harvin as Camila begins her first day of first grade at Mountain View Elementary School.

    Camila Aguirre says goodbye to her mother Ana Harvin as Camila b...

  • Students and parents crowd the walkways at Mountain View Elementary as they make their way to assigned classrooms during the first day of School in Claremont.

    Students and parents crowd the walkways at Mountain View Element...

  • Eric Gardia hugs his daughter Ameris Gardia, 6, as she begins her first day of first grade at Mountian View Elementary School. Ameris was doing fine but became emotional when her parents began to leave. Her father’s reassurance seemed to calm her fears.

    Eric Gardia hugs his daughter Ameris Gardia, 6, as she begins he...

  • Heather Piche makes sure her son Drake Furio, 6, is looking his best as they wait for school to start Wednesday morning at Mountain View Elementary School.

    Heather Piche makes sure her son Drake Furio, 6, is looking his ...

  • A few of the cats up for adoption at Priceless Pets in Claremont.

    A few of the cats up for adoption at Priceless Pets in Claremont...

  • Collette, Stephie and Gambino are three of the dogs up for adoption at Priceless Pets in Claremont.

    Collette, Stephie and Gambino are three of the dogs up for adopt...

  • Priceless Pets co-founders Mandy Stover and Lisa Price hold two animals available at their newly opened pet rescue recently in Claremont.

    Priceless Pets co-founders Mandy Stover and Lisa Price hold two ...

  • Officials at Claremont Unified School District are looking into building solar panel parking lot shelters similar to these at Alta Loma High School. The district hopes that the electrical energy produced could make school sites self sufficient.

    Officials at Claremont Unified School District are looking into ...