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    Girl Scout Bella Hubbard hides behind a magazine photo as she poses for a photographer on Tuesday during the scouts’ Don’t Let the Media Mask Who You Are event at Sycamore Elementary School. The photo shoot was part of a leadership project by Girl Scout Troop 5364 to examine how retouched images of models affect the way girls feel about their appearance. During the event, the girls first posed in dresses with the magazine images and then changed into comfortable clothes and posed for another photo doing something they love. COURIER photo/Steven Felschundneff

Claremont police continue search for sexual assault suspect

Police are still searching for a man who recently sexually assaulted a minor while she was home alone. The incident took place on Friday, March 21 in an undisclosed area of south Claremont. The man gained access to the 12-year-old girl’s apartment between 10:30 and 11:45 p.m. where police say she was physically and sexually assaulted. There did not appear to be any signs of forced entry into the home and police do not believe the victim knew the man.

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Assemblyman reaches out to promote busy legislative agenda

The state assembly’s spring break brought no sign of respite for Assemblyman Chris Holden. If anything, the hiatus helped fuel further activity for the local legislator. He kept up the momentum outside of Sacramento last week with meetings across the 37-mile stretch of the 41st Assembly District, spanning Altadena to Rancho Cucamonga. Business has remained steady in recent months with the opening of Mr. Holden’s second district office location in Claremont’s Old School House complex, an effort to be more readily available to constituents of the district’s easternmost portion.

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Picture perfect

Girl Scout Bella Hubbard hides behind a magazine photo as she poses for a photographer on Tuesday during the scouts’ Don’t Let the Media Mask Who You Are event at Sycamore Elementary School. The photo shoot was part of a leadership project by Girl Scout Troop 5364 to examine how retouched images of models affect the way girls feel about their appearance. During the event, the girls first posed in dresses with the magazine images and then changed into comfortable clothes and posed for another photo doing something they love. COURIER photo/Steven Felschundneff

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