• Cross country swarms competition

    Cross country swarms competition

    Claremont High School cross-country coach Bill Reeves may be a man of few words, but he certainly got the message across to his runners: go for the team win over individual results. And that’s exactly what happened as the Wolfpack swept the second Palomares League meet on Tuesday at Bonelli Regional Park, even though the highest varsity place was second place. COURIER photo/Steven Felschundneff


CALENDAR: Claremont Art Walk, Fall Planting Festival, Founders Day and more

Visit art galleries throughout the Village for Claremont Art Walk receptions between 6 to 9 p.m. on Saturday, October 3. Additionally, art and craft vendors plus a live band will be at Art Walk at the Packing House.

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Roger Samuel

Claremont Young Musicians Orchestra director, beloved mentor

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Ray E. Johnson

University educator, husband, father and friend

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Doris “Dee” H. Pawley

Dedicated teacher, tireless volunteer

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David Ogle

Devoted educator, musician

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Wolfpack trounces Damien, sports roundup

If one could rewrite the rules of football and make every play a fourth down, the Claremont High School football team would be the greatest prep squad out there. Of course, one might also wonder why they don’t play the first three downs as beautifully as they do the last. Still, there is no arguing with the results, and the Pack had one amazingly great game Friday night at CHS, stomping Damien 42-17 in what must be the most lopsided Claremont victory in a decades-long rivalry. COURIER photo/Steven Felschundneff

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