• El Roble students gobble up funds for PE

    El Roble students gobble up funds for PE

    The El Roble Turkey Trot brought in quite the holiday cheer this year. The daylong fundraiser amassed just over $10,500 in donations, with all the money being invested in the school’s PE department, according to EL Roble PE teacher Debbie Foster. Throughout the day, the kids were tasked with running as many laps around the El Roble track as possible within 16 minutes. Students who ran the most laps got a prize, and those who brought in a can donation received a free lap. COURIER photo/Steven Felschundneff


CHS singers on track to reach travel goal to Australia

The Claremont High School Chamber Singers have become accustomed to achieving. They won national championships at the Festival of Gold (the Super Bowl of choir competitions in the US) in 2014 and 2016, and the program has established itself as a force on the national competitive choir stage since Choir Director Joel Wilson took over 14 years ago.

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Holiday traditions continue with The Nutcracker at Bridges

Enjoy a treasured holiday tradition with family and friends at southern California’s most spectacular production of The Nutcracker from Inland Pacific Ballet (IPB). The Nutcracker comes to life in this magnificent ballet comprised of beautiful sets, dazzling costumes and more than 80 dancers on stage. IPB will offer 10 performances from December 9 to December 23 at Bridges Auditorium in Claremont.

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Annual Interfaith Thanksgiving service comes to Temple Beth

The Claremont Interfaith Council (CIC) will hold its 27th annual Interfaith Thanksgiving Service on Wednesday, November 22, Thanksgiving eve, at 7 p.m. at Temple Beth Israel, 3033 N. Towne Ave., in Pomona. The council invites all residents of the Claremont community to gather to share gratitude for the bounties we experience as citizens of a nation founded on core principals of freedom and liberty.

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CALENDAR: Quartet euphoria, free bird walk, catch a dream, Latin dance and more

QUARTET EUPHORIA Scripps College’s free Friday Noon Concert Series gets started at 12:15 p.m. at Balch Auditorium, 1030 Columbia Ave., Claremont. This week’s concert is Quartet Euphoria perform Beethoven’s Op. 59, No. 2 with Rachel V. Huang (Scripps faculty), violin; Jonathan Wright (Pomona faculty), violin; Cynthia R. Fogg (Pomona faculty), viola; Tom Flaherty (Pomona faculty), cello. The weekly concerts are a joint production of Scripps’ and Pomona College’s music departments.

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Video surfaces over student vaccination dispute with CUSD

A video taken by a local mother who refuses to vaccinate her children has gone viral in recent days, putting the Claremont Unified School District’s policies in the spotlight. Porsha Rasheed’s video, which was posted to her personal Facebook page on November 8, showcases a tense encounter with a CUSD employee and a school resource officer. The video shows Ms. Rasheed filming a conversation with the CUSD employee as the officer watches.

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Mai Elliott featured in Ken Burns' documentary series

Claremont residents Mai Elliott and her husband David Elliott have spent much of their lives studying Vietnam, and recently contributed to Ken Burns and Lynn Novick’s hit PBS documentary series, The Vietnam War. Mr. and Ms. Elliott have served on the advisory board for the series since 2014, and Ms. Elliott, who grew up in Vietnam, was interviewed for seven of the 10 episodes.

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Goldie La just keeps winning, heads to CIF field of 32

Claremont High School freshman, Goldie La won three singles matches at the Claremont Club on Monday in the first rounds of the CIF individual singles tournament to advance to next week’s round of 32 competitors at Whittier Narrows Tennis Center in Whittier. Goldie was Claremont High School's number one singles player as a freshman and has not lost a match all year. Check out our complete story.

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