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    Claremont remembers...

    Just after 7 p.m., Thursday night outside the Claremont City Hall, over 30 people prayed, sang and remembered the victims from the shootings at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Florida. Near the end of the vigil the audience listened to the names and backgrounds of the 17 victims, in a solemn reminder of the horror they faced that day. There was also the message of hope that this event could start to address this too common occurrence in our country. Be sure to check out our video from the vigil. COURIER photo/Peter Weinberger

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CALENDAR 9-day: Academic freedom, climate science, bird walk, Artsmooch, concerts

10-MINUTE PLAY FESTIVAL The Claremont Colleges’ free and open to the public 10-Minute Play Festival kicks off at 3 p.m. at Seaver Theatre, Pomona College, 300 E. Bonita Ave., Claremont. Each year, all members of The Claremont Colleges community are invited to submit new plays inspired by a common theme. This year’s theme is “Environmental Justice.” Winners are selected in December.

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Arrest made in stabbing death of Claremont man

A Pomona man has been arrested on suspicion of stabbing a Claremont man to death. Jonathan Marsh, 54, was arrested February 9, days after 40-year-old Matthew Musick was found dead in the rear parking lot of 160 W. Willow Street in Pomona, the Pomona Police Department said in a release.

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Free class to help seniors achieve optimal heart health

To recognize American Heart Month in February, and if you are over 50, now is the time to pay attention to the health of your heart. Heart health becomes more important and should be a top priority as people age. Being proactive about health can be the best thing you do for yourself.

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Expansion to add more treatment options at the Claremont Club

The Perfect Step Paralysis Recovery Centers, formerly known as Project Walk Claremont continues to expand at the Claremont Club. The newly-expanded studio is now helping to improve the overall health and quality of life fore more than 100 people affected by spinal cord injuries (SCI) and other neuromuscular forms of paralysis.

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Sledgehammer-wielding burglars break into T-Mobile

Claremont police are looking for two suspects who smashed the front glass door of T-Mobile with a sledgehammer early Tuesday morning.

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Cool temps, strong winds, little rain

This weak weather system may have brought strong winds and cooler temperatures, but the rain—and there wasn't a lot—simply side-stepped much of Claremont, drifting mostly to our south. There was some a rain and light snow in the mountains, but nothing to really dent the need for precipitation. Of course the weather also provided a colorful sunset, shot from the Mills Avenue overpass over the 210 freeway. The weather will remain more winter-like, with highs around 60 and lows in the 40s. Chance of rain still remains very low, even over the next two weeks. COURIER photo/Peter Weinberger

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SPORTS

CHS boys share league title, but lose in CIF play

Call it an air of inevitability, or maybe just pure inertia, but Claremont High School boys basketball was not going to be denied a victory last Thursday when they hosted first-place Diamond Bar for the final game of the regular season. Claremont never trailed on their way to a lopsided 78-60 victory in front of a jubilant hometown crowd.

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