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Year in Review 2016

  • Yael Saltsman holds still as she gets a fanciful face painting from Mary Jeon on Wednesday during Camp Claremont at Cahuilla Park. The popular day camp sponsored by the city of Claremont has themed learning each week and this week was all about animals.

    Yael Saltsman holds still as she gets a fanciful face painting f...

  • A teen leaps over floodwaters at the corner of Bonita and Mountain avenues on Wednesday during the second day of storms in Claremont. Occasional heavy rain resulted in minor flooding throughout the city but no major problems were reported.

    A teen leaps over floodwaters at the corner of Bonita and Mounta...

  • Pilgrim Peg Linnehan has been attending the weekly war protest on Arrow and Indian Hill for eight years, which is pretty much the entire time she has been a resident of Pilgrim Place.

    Pilgrim Peg Linnehan has been attending the weekly war protest o...

  • As a line of local citizens wishing to address the Claremont City Council stretches out the door as the fatigue of a long meeting shows on the expression of resident Jacob Patterson in May.

    As a line of local citizens wishing to address the Claremont Cit...

  • Keith Taylor dons a plastic poncho as he does his best to stay dry while waiting to see his grandson Gage Taylor graduate with honors from Pomona College on Sunday.

    Keith Taylor dons a plastic poncho as he does his best to stay d...

  • Assistant City Manager Colin Tudor takes his turn tossing a cream pie at Mayor Corey Calaycay during the Pie the Mayor event on Tuesday at the Claremont Depot. People could pay $3 for one pie or $5 for two with all proceeds going to fund the local Relay f

    Assistant City Manager Colin Tudor takes his turn tossing a crea...

  • Three-year-old Sol Dzula, of Claremont, received quite a reception as he finished the 1k kids race on the Fourth of July. People on both sides of the street clapped for the toddler and he ambled up the road as one of the last to finish.

    Three-year-old Sol Dzula, of Claremont, received quite a recepti...

  • Claremont police take a suspect into custody following a house by house search on Monday in North Claremont. Police responded to a burglary call at 11:10 a.m. on Yuba Lane where they contacted two male subjects taking one into custody.

    Claremont police take a suspect into custody following a house b...

  • Pomona College President David Oxtoby discusses the college’s proposed art museum during a meeting with staff, one of the architects, and the media in September.

    Pomona College President David Oxtoby discusses the college’s ...

  • Claremont Police Chief Paul Cooper, City Manager Tony Ramos and Assistant City Manager Colin Tudor listen to member comments during a meeting of the Police Facility Ad Hoc Committee on Wednesday in Claremont.

    Claremont Police Chief Paul Cooper, City Manager Tony Ramos and ...

  • Richard Fass who argued in favor of measure G, listens to the comments of Jay Pocock, who argued against it, in October during Active Claremont’s forum on the referendum at the Hughes Center.

    Richard Fass who argued in favor of measure G, listens to the co...

  • A Yes on Measure W sign gets quite a bath from a home’s sprinkler system back in 2014 just before Claremont voters approved the bond measure to fund the effort to take control of the water system.

    A Yes on Measure W sign gets quite a bath from a home’s sprink...

  • Claremont Police Chief Paul Cooper and his wife Rina receive a standing ovation after Chief Cooper said goodbye to his colleagues and friends during his retirement party on Tuesday in Claremont.

    Claremont Police Chief Paul Cooper and his wife Rina receive a s...

  • Jose ‘Coco’ Jarin was fired as the head coach of the Claremont High School football program after just two years on the job in December of 2016.

    Jose ‘Coco’ Jarin was fired as the head coach of the Claremo...

  • Journalist Bill Moyers spoke for over an hour to a packed house on Sunday at Claremont United Church of Christ. Mr. Moyers hit on a number of current affairs including income equality, the presidential election and candidate Donald Trump.

    Journalist Bill Moyers spoke for over an hour to a packed house ...

  • Claremont senior Owen Bishop, center, and a group of the fastest runners pull away from the competition during the CIF Division Two State Meet in November in Fresno.

    Claremont senior Owen Bishop, center, and a group of the fastest...

  • The Claremont High School girls varsity volleyball team celebrates after winning a particularly tough point in September during the Pack’s 3-1 defeat of visiting Ayala High.

    The Claremont High School girls varsity volleyball team celebrat...