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Articles Published in February, 2013

A Ground-Eye View of the 'Valley of Deportation'

To outsiders, the Coachella Valley conjures fuzzy thoughts of concerts and country clubs -- but to others, it's the Valley of Deportation.
categories ImmigrationPolitics

Judge Orders Transfer of Cultural Center

East LA Community Corp, takes over ‘La Casa del Mexicano.’
categories Arts & CultureBusinessNeighborhoods

The Final Days of Super A

Super A Foods is closing on Feb. 3, and will be replaced with a mixed-use development. Alhambra Source spoke with customers and employees of the Alhambra staple supermarket during its final days.
categories BusinessNeighborhoods

Bell Gardens High School Receives Grant For Health Center

Bell Gardens High School will soon be home to a school-based health center that will focus on the needs of adolescents and families, which will be easily assessable to students on campus.
categories EducationFamily/Inter-generational NewsNeighborhoods

Resurrection Plans Bus Tour to Raise $50,000 for Matching Grant

Resurrection Catholic School in Boyle Heights needs donors to help them secure a $50,000 Educational Matching Grant; a fundraiser scheduled for Feb. 15 aims to raise the majority of those funds.
categories EducationNeighborhoods

MUSD Appoints New District Superintendent

The Montebello Unified Board of Education unanimously appointed Susanna Contreras Smith to serve alongside longtime Superintendent Cleve Pell, filling the superintendent position left vacant when former Superintendent Robert Henke retired last month.
categories EducationNeighborhoods

Mental Health Program at Alhambra Unified Helps Students Reach For Success

Gateway to Success program director Dr. Laurel Bear answers questions about the AUSD mental health program and how she plans on keeping schools safe for children.
categories EducationHealth

Molina Accuses Sheriff of Shortchanging Unincorporated Areas

Last week, Molina accused Sheriff Lee Baca of “stealing” police resources from residents in unincorporated areas and providing better service to contract cities than to unincorporated areas.
categories NeighborhoodsPublic Safety

Fil-Ams Set to Lobby For Immigration Reform

In the wake of the unveiling of an immigration policy ‘blueprint’ agreed upon by a bipartisan group of Senators, Filipino-Americans in the United States are now looking to make a strong push for immigration reform through ‘aggressive lobbying’ in Washington, DC.
categories ImmigrationRace/Ethnic Relations

Key Ally of Filvets in White House Steps Down

Filipino World War II Veterans advocates say they don’t see the movement slowing down despite having one of their key allies in the White House abruptly resigning.
categories PoliticsRace/Ethnic Relations
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