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Screen time conversations are a lot like nutrition: some parents openly grimace at the thought of a processed-sugar birthday cake and others look sideways if you mention a terrific natural sugar, non-gluten, dairy-free alternative recipe for cupcakes.

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On the first day of October 2015, I was training for a new position at work. The learning curve was already steep, but when a panicked volunteer burst into our office with news of an active shooter on our campus, training was put on hold.

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Former Vice President Joe Biden, Governors Kate Brown Brown (Oregon), Jay Inslee (Washington) and Gavin Newsom (California), environmentalists and other appointed intellectual elites are singing in unison that our grievous loss of life and property from our forest fires are yet another sign …

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If you have a college-bound teen, you’re probably both a little stressed out right now. And your teen might even be feeling downright sad if their college plans aren’t shaping up the way they’d hoped because of the pandemic. That’s okay. Change can be hard.

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Tantrums are unpleasant. No one can dispute that fact. They are loud, annoying, irritating, unpleasant – the list of descriptions can go on and on. As adults, we know that most children tantrum and that it is a normal behavior, but even though we know this we often tend to respond in ways th…

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I read with great interest the Healthy Living section in The News-Review on May 20. I greatly appreciate Dr. Elizabeth Ko and Dr. Eve Glazier, both doctors at UCLA, highlighting the utilization of radiation therapy as one of the main modalities of treatment for breast cancer treatment.

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The pride I feel for the people of our community cannot be overstated, and despite the challenges and difficulties as a result of COVID-19, our community has responded with strength and grace. Our parents, students, teachers and staff have shown persistence, resilience, creativity, teamwork …

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When the Glendale School Board decided to ask voters to support a bond levy this May, they started with one non-negotiable: the rate must not increase. Any improvements to the infrastructure of the Glendale School District would have to come from the amount of money generated by the $0.47 pe…