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Christine Bachwansky May 17, 2012 at 03:30 am
Correction - Matt Soffers should be Matt Stoffers.
Cassandra Morris May 17, 2012 at 01:14 pm
Correction made- thanks, Christine! Congrats to all the recent grads.
Tony L Rouhotas Sr May 19, 2012 at 02:08 am
These men and women who many are volunteers risk their lives bringing professionalism of the highestRead More standard showing compassion to families who need their services for the sake of bringing closure in most traumatic situations. My hat is off to all paid, and volunteer personnel for your dedication, compassion and professionalism in the line of duty. You all are greatly appreciated. May God bless you all and may he be with you at all time to ensure you go home to your families at the end of your shift.
Lay Z Cop April 18, 2012 at 04:38 am
Congrats and thanks. By the way , did you receive a hefty raise recently?
carolcanterbury April 19, 2012 at 02:12 pm
mrs. duran has worked here for over 46 years,not including all the volunteer work her family hasRead More done. and what have you done for this town?
Lay Z Cop April 21, 2012 at 02:27 am
Nutin, I'm lazy. Remember?
lonnie fehr March 18, 2012 at 10:46 pm
Increase in Accident Prevention Efforts on Angeles Crest Highway June 17th, 2011 Angeles CrestRead More Highway Accidents Good news for scenic route drivers! The California Department of Transportation has just reopened the Angeles Crest Highway, a popular route for motorcyclists. As more motorcyclists get on the accident-prone highway, the California Highway Patrol has announced an increase in enforcement on this particular route. The Angeles Crest Highway offers motorcyclists a scenic ride, and has long been popular with bikers. However, the highway with its sharp curves and steep cliffs can be rife with accident risks for motorcyclists. The California Highway Patrol is advising motorcyclists this summer to take more care on the accident prone route. The motorcycle safety enforcement initiative is being funded by a grant by the California Office of Traffic Safety. The money will be used to step up enforcement against traffic violations by motorcyclists and drivers. According to the California Highway Patrol, the Angeles Crest Highway has one of the highest accident rates in California. State data shows that 164 motorcycle accidents occurred on one particular stretch of the highway from Starlight Crest Drive to Route 39 over a one-year period. Eight of these accidents ended in fatalities. Speeding, in fact, was a major factor in motorcycle accidents on the Angeles Crest Highway, accounting for more than 98 of the accidents.
Glenn Rueger March 19, 2012 at 01:00 am
Good question. I figure they're doing what they can with the resources they can spare. Just a guessRead More though - I'm certainly no expert. As a motorcyclist, the possibility of a ticket or of running off the mountain is enough to keep my own speed down but then, I'm not big on adrenaline rushes anyway. I suppose some good might be done if there was a way to call more attention to the fact that the Angeles Crest Highway is an extremely unforgiving road with little room for error or correction. Signs? A Public Service Announcement? Unlikely. One of the major motorcycle magazines did an article on it a while back which gave me a healthy respect for it. Then again that can backfire and act as a magnet for the thrill seekers. Again, good question.
yeahian March 19, 2012 at 09:21 am
so dumb it would increase moto traffic due to reduced auto traffic.
Mary Lou Hastings March 9, 2012 at 02:53 am
I think Nan Carlton was my coach when I played girls softball in Sierra Madre in the early 70's, onRead More the Roadrunners. Many good memories from those years, and growing up in Sierra Madre. Mary Lou Hastings Chino Hills, CA
Christine Bachwansky March 9, 2012 at 08:00 pm
Nan and Jerry do a lot of good behind the scenes in town volunteering at many events and I thinkRead More it's a well-deserved honor for both of them! Congratulations Nan and Jerry!!