A banner day

The setting sun illuminates the American and California flags on a cold evening in Claremont. Following last week’s rain it has remained clear but cool in Claremont with no additional precipitation in sight. A warming trend will bring temperatures in the 70s this weekend and possibly 80s next week. COURIER photo/Steven Felschundneff

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Girls, boys soccer win in dramatic fashion

About halfway through the girls varsity soccer game on Tuesday coach Tim Tracey was ready to call foul on the number of fouls coming from the referee. Coach Tracey even drew a yellow card himself as he complained a bit too vociferously about the officiating. In the end, it was a foul from Claremont’s rival Diamond Bar that set up a free kick and the game’s only goal, as the Pack defeated the visiting Brahmas 1-0 in Palomares League action. COURIER photo/Steven Fleschundneff

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Jean Cobb: Loving wife and mother, librarian

Jean L. Cobb died on January 13, 2016 after a long battle with Alzheimer’s disease. She was 90. She was born on April 20, 1925 in Newnan, Georgia to Mildred and Clifford Loftin, who worked, respectively, as a teacher and a structural steel salesman and inventor. Young Jean spent her earliest years in a house with three generations of women, which provided a lifelong lesson in female strength.

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Museum site to receive zone change, planning commission to review

An inadvertent oversight by city staff during the adoption of the city’s general plan in 2006 has resulted in the need to update zoning for a number of city properties, including the parcel on College Avenue that may house the proposed Pomona College Museum of Art.

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