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Thieves broke into the home near San Dimas late last week and made off with "Diesel", the family's 130-lb Desert Sulcata Tortoise. "Diesel" was in the backyard during the burglary but the bad guys jumped the fence and made off with the heavy animal.
Bert is a celebrity in Horsetown, USA and is recognized by Guinness World Records for his volunteer work with law enforcement Linda Tayne, owner of Linda's Feed & Supplies in Norco, shares a moment with Bert after he and owner Nance Fite stopped by on Sept. 30. "When people see him they want to have their picture taken with him," Tayne said.
Brenda Kyle hunted in the back of her refrigerator for a slice of cake left over from her birthday celebration the night before. Though she's slogged through some hard times, in the past six months you can't say Kyle hasn't had her cake and eaten it, too.
The bronze statue, “Catching Frogs,” was discovered stolen from the fountain in front of San Dimas City Hall on the morning of Friday, Oct. 17, 2014. SAN DIMAS >> A “beloved” bronze statue valued at $25,000 that has adorned the fountain in front of San Dimas City Hall for more than 15 years disappeared overnight in an apparent theft, officials said Friday.
This week, the President continued to lead the federal Ebola response, met with members of the international coalition to degrade and destroy ISIL, and designated the San Gabriel Mountains as a national monument. In San Dimas, California, the President established 346,177 acres of the San Gabriel Mountains as a national monument.
The Rail Side Cafe, located at the corner of Commercial Street and San Dimas Avenue in San Dimas, is a new eatery that opened about two months ago by Jordan Nachbaur, an energetic fellow with 12 years in foodservice and bartending, and his mother, Josee Normand. Rail Side Cafe is an adorable eatery with a cozy indoor dining space, with train-themed decor and vintage posters, that can seat about 10 or so guests.
During the final day of a Southern California visit President Obama made the announcement during a signing ceremony in the wilderness northeast of downtown Los Angeles. 346,000 acres of national forest land-from Santa Clarita to San Bernardino-was set aside Friday during a ceremony at Frank G. Bonelli Regional Park in the San Gabriel Valley community of San Dimas.
During its Oct. 14 meeting, the San Dimas City Council unanimously approved a policy on conducting joint council/Planning Commission study sessions for certain land use and zoning change requests. The 5-0 vote approved the policy with minor adjustments and additions to the draft discussed at a Sept.
A child was bitten by a snake Monday at Frank G. Bonelli Regional Park in San Dimas, Los Angeles County Fire officials said. Firefighters responded to the incident at the park's guard shack around 1:45 p.m. at 120 Via Verde and transported the female to Pomona Valley Hospital Medical Center.
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The ceremony is set for 5 p.m. at the Bonita Center for the Arts, 800 W. Covina Blvd. in San Dimas. The students of San Dimas and La Verne will have a brand new venue to show off their artistic talents to the community when the Bonita Center for the Arts has its official opening ribbon cutting ceremony.
President Barack Obama visited the city of San Dimas on Friday afternoon to designate a portion of the San Gabriel Mountains as a national monument. The San Gabriel Mountains, part of the Angeles National Forest, serve as the backdrop to Los Angeles and offer outdoor recreational space for hiking, biking and other activities.
Demonstrator Annette Kondo of San Gabriel Mountains Forever, holds signs as protesters talk with her at the entrance of Bonelli Park for President Barack Obama's visit, where he designated a portion of the San Gabriel Mountains as a national monument in San Dimas, Calif., on Oct. 10, 2014. SAN DIMAS >> Hundreds of demonstrators gathered in front of Frank G. Bonelli Park both in favor of and against President Barack Obama's visit Friday to declare a portion of the San Gabriel Mountains a national monument.