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COURIER week in pictures 10-20-17

  • Claremont High School’s number one singles player, Goldie La, returns a shot on Tuesday early into the Pack’s Palomares League match with visiting Ayala.

    Claremont High School’s number one singles player, Goldie La, ...

  • Members of the Claremont High School girls varsity tennis team watch the final set of a long match with Ayala on Tuesday in Claremont.

    Members of the Claremont High School girls varsity tennis team w...

  • Claremont coach Kathy Settles speaks with Kristin Hernandez and Salma Mohideen on Tuesday during the Pack’s Palomares League match against visiting Ayala.

    Claremont coach Kathy Settles speaks with Kristin Hernandez and ...

  • The city of Claremont and Pomona College have settled a pair of lawsuits with Citizens to Save College Avenue and Claremonters for Honest Governance, over the planned Pomona College Museum of Art.

    The city of Claremont and Pomona College have settled a pair of ...

  • David Overoye was awakened early Saturday morning by something many hillside residents fear—a family car getting torn apart by a bear.

    David Overoye was awakened early Saturday morning by something m...

  • Longtime Claremont resident John Barrett was just 18-years-old when he was drafted into the United States Army, first Calvary Division in February of 1943 and sent into combat during World War II.

    Longtime Claremont resident John Barrett was just 18-years-old w...

  • John Barrett points to a photo of Santo Tomas University in the Philippines where the Japanese held many American civilians during World War II. Mr. Barrett was part of the First Cavalry Division which helped to liberate the people held prisoner at Santo

    John Barrett points to a photo of Santo Tomas University in the ...