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    Memorial Day service in Claremont

    The audience stands at attention during the presenting of the colors on Monday at Oak Park Cemetery. The traditional Memorial Day service, which was presented by the American Legion Post Keith Powell 78, included music from the Claremont High School band, a speech from Mayor Corey Calaycay and remembrance of those who died serving our country. COURIER photo/Steven Felschundneff

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Webb softball tears up the competition

The Vivian Webb School’s softball team is having a stellar year. The Gauls took first place in their league with an impressive 14-2 record and followed up on Thursday with a 9-0 rout of visiting Rio Hondo Prep in the first round of the CIF tournament. The team has just 11 girls, but no seniors which bodes well for their continued success next year. COURIER photo/Steven Felschundneff

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Linda Emmersen-Hill

Teacher, loving mother, grandmother

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Michael Loader

Loving husband, father and grandfather

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Community services director Kathleen Trepa announces departure

Claremont’s Community Services Director Kathleen Trepa has announced she will be heading to the city of Galt, a 25,000-citizen town just outside Sacramento, after accepting the deputy city manager position.

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‘Blind Boy’ Paxton will enliven festival

Jerron “Blind Boy” Paxton is a raconteur, using music to shares tales of how things were in the old days. He uses any instrument he can get his hands on—guitar, banjo, piano, fiddle, harmonica and accordion among them—to play jazz and blues dating back to the years before World War II, crooning the words in a southern drawl.

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Webb softball tears up the competition

The Vivian Webb School’s softball team is having a stellar year. The Gauls took first place in their league with an impressive 14-2 record and followed up on Thursday with a 9-0 rout of visiting Rio Hondo Prep in the first round of the CIF tournament. The team has just 11 girls, but no seniors which bodes well for their continued success next year. COURIER photo/Steven Felschundneff

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