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14914 Pacific Ave Ste D
Baldwin Park, CA 91706
(626) 653-1793

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14607 Ramona Blvd A
Baldwin Park, CA 91706
(626) 337-7106

Baldwin Park CA News

Sep 19, 2019

David Casper, longtime Baldwin Park cross country and track coach, dies - The San Gabriel Valley Tribune

But for those that knew him best, he was a longtime fixture in the San Gabriel Valley as a coach and teacher at Baldwin Park High School from 1962-95. He was well-known for his cross country and track and field teams. Casper, a West Covina resident, passed away recently. He was 86. There will be a Celebration of Life at Baldwin Park High School for Casper on Sunday at 11 a.m., and it is open to the public. In addition to taking pictures, Casper was still an active member of the Mt. SAC Relays and its Cross Country Invitational and had served on committees supporting those sports for more than 50 years. As a cross country coach at Baldwin Park, Casper’s teams won 13 league championships and his teams won over 500 meets in his three-plus decades in charge. Casper was inducted into the Fresno State Athletic Hall of Fame, Mt. SAC Athletic Hall of Fame and the Mt. SAC Cross Country Invitational Hall of Fame. He was born in Pennsylvania, but moved west and graduated from El Monte High School in 1951 after starring in track. He went on to set individual track records at Mt. SAC, and then moved on to run at Fresno State, where he graduated in 1955. Casper served as a medic in the United States Army and later was given his first cross country and track coaching job at Modesto High. Casper and his family moved to Baldwin Park in 1962, where he taught electronics and math ...

Feb 3, 2016

Why most California cities are banning the cultivation and delivery of marijuana

While many of these cities, such as Baldwin Park, La Verne, West Covina and Whittier already banned medical marijuana dispensaries, their current city codes do not explicitly prohibit the cultivation of the alternative medical treatment. Thus, they approved the additional prohibitions in December of 2015 and January of this year. City officials said they are concerned they would lose their right to regulate or prohibit the cultivation of marijuana if they didn’t act by March 1. “If the city doesn’t have a land-use regulation or ordinance prohibiting the cultivation of marijuana. commencing on March 1, the state Department of Agriculture will become the sole licensing authority,” said Sonya Lui, principal planner for Whittier, in December. “This zoning code amendment will make it clear the city will explicitly prohibit all forms of marijuana.” But A.B. 21, amended in January by Assemblyman Jim Wood, D-Eureka, would remove the March 1 deadline included in last year’s Medical Marijuana Regulation and Safety Act. The bill on Wednesday was approved on a 7-0 vote by the Senate Health Committee, “I made a commitment to do everything I can to give local lawmakers the time they ... (The Whittier Daily News)

Jan 8, 2016

Prep scoreboard: Nov. 28 results

Paul (Mt. Carmel) 15:22.1, 13. Boone (Mt. Carmel) 15:30.8, 30. Egan (San Pasqual) 15:48.1. Division III — Team: 1. Brea Olinda 86, 2. Baldwin Park 87, 3. Paso Robles 133 (Others) 4. La Costa Canyon 142, 7. Cathedral Catholic 173. Ind.—1. Tamagno (Brea Olinda) 14:45.9, 2. Bolger (San Luis Obispo) 15:12.3, 3. Franklin (Palos Verdes) 15:16.8 (Others in top 30) 4. Litwiller (LCC) 15:19.3, 7. Martinez (Cath) 15:29.0, 9. Johnson (LCC) 15:30.4, 11. Benitez (Serra) 15:32.6, 21. Chapman (Uni City) 15:43.5, 24. Lopez (Monte Vista) 15:48.0, 25. Tadeusiak (Cath) 15:51.3, 26. Siegler (Uni City) 15:53.3, 29. Plendico (Ramona) 15:54.4. Division IV — Team: 1. Santa Ynez 130, 2. La Puente Bishop Amat 150, 3. Sage Creek 150, (Others) 4. Valley Center 161. Ind.—1. Burkhardt (San Juan Capistrano JSerra) 15:08.5, 2. Rodriguez (Ventura Foothill Tech) 15:25.2, 3. Bojorquez (Foothill Tech) 15:28.9 (Others in top 30) 15. Monzon (VC) 15:53.0, 16. B. Prince (Sage) 15:58.6, 23. Reser (VC) 16:06.0, 26. D. Prince (CV High Tech) 16:07.6. Division V — Team: 1. La Canada Flintridge Prep 43, 2. Marin 168, 3. Lancaster Desert Chr. 176. Ind.—1. Teare (Alameda St. Joseph-Notre Dame) 15:07.3, 2. Van Scoter (Flintridge) 15:07.3, 3. Lozano (Ventura St. Bonaventure) 15:30.8 (Others in top 30) 28. Miralles (LJCD) 16:31.2. GIRLS Division I — Team: 1. Temecula Great Oak 44, 2. Davis 46, 3. Arcadia 119. Ind.—1. Collins (Great Oak) 17:09.4, 2. Starn (Danville Monte Vista) 17:22.6, 3. Moffet (Clovis North) 17:23.3. Division II — Team: 1. Saugus 122, 2. Fair Oaks Bella Vista 134, 3. Phelan Serrano 143. Ind.—1. Meeks (San Jose Gunn) 17.16.0, 2. McCandless (Livermore Granada) 17:21.3, 3. Gehrich (Rancho Santa Margarita Tesoro) 17:30.2 (Others in top 30) 16. Akins (Rancho Bernardo) 18:14.6, 19. Clifford (Grossmont) 18:17.3, 26. Calegari (Poway) 18:21.8. Division III — Team: 1. Aptos 101, 2. La Costa Canyon 107, 3. Palos Verdes 155. Ind.—1. Gaskell (Hesperia Sultana) 17:30.4, 2. Haskell (Bakersfield Mira Monte) 17:37.3, 3. Smith (Palos Verdes) 17:40.0, (Others in Top 30): 10. Brown (LCC) 17:56.1, 17. Boisvert (Uni. City) 18:17.0, 20. Fahy (LCC) 18:19.0, 29. Ereso (LCC) 18:39.6, 30. Prochaska (LCC) 18:41.2. Division IV — Team: 1. La Puente Bishop Amat 98, 2. Santa Cruz 139, 3. Pasadena Mayfield 146. Ind.—1. Ratliff (Santa Cruz) 17:03.7, 2. Coonfield (McKinleyville) 17:07.2, 3. Satterlee (Visalia Central Valley Chr.) 17:44.0, (Others in top 30): 25. Rippey (Coronado) 18:39.7, 26. Phillips (Coronado) 18:39.7. Division V — Team: 1. Flintridge Prep 67, 2. Alameda St. Joseph-Notre Dame 143, 3. Francis Parker 155. Ind.—1. Bowen (Sonoma Aca.) 18:12.3, 2. Marshall (St. Joeseph-ND) 18:18.3, 3. Stashyn (Vacaville Chr.) 18:19.5 (Others in top 30) 9. Trossen (Parker) 19:02.9, 10. Watkins (LJCD) 19:12.4, 21. Gamboa (Parker) 19:31.2, 29. Miralles (LJCD) 19:41.9. (The San Diego Union-Tribune)