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VOB News April 2017 "Azuza Revival: 111 years later"

“And they sang a new song, saying, ‘Worthy art Thou to take the book, and to break its seals; for Thou was slain, and did purchase for GOD with Your blood men from every tribe and tongue and people and nation..” Rev.

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Redefining the Garcia Trail

When I moved to California from Louisiana over 25 years ago, I found solace hiking the Garcia Trail – a trail that leisurely swirls along the foothills behind my house and connects the City of Azusa to the San Gabriel National Monument. 1,412 more words

Landscape Architecture

Mountain Lion Tranquilized, Removed After Climbing Into Tree in Residential Neighborhood of Azusa

California wildlife wardens removed an adult male mountain lion from a residential backyard in Azusa Friday afternoon after the animal climbed up a tree.

The cougar was reported by multiple people who saw the big cat roaming in the area of the 500 block of East Sixth Street about 11 a.m. 210 more words

Local News

Importance of Having a Locksmith in Azusa Re-key Your Home

Re-keying a home can be very important, especially if you have just bought a new house or rented one. This is an effective way of keeping the earlier tenants from accessing the home considering that they might have extra keys to the home when they left. 337 more words


3 brothers working at dairy

The Stueve brothers came to Azusa to work at Foothill Dairy.

“In 1939, a third Stueve brother, Harold, decided to go west.  After attending the Easter Sunday service, he packed his belongings, and on Easter Monday, left his family behind.  84 more words

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'I'm Just Doing What I'm Supposed to Be Doing,' L.A. County Foster Dad Who Cares for Terminally Ill Kids Says After Receiving Honor

An Azusa man who has devoted more than two decades his life to caring for foster children, many of them terminally ill, was honored for his work by the Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors on Tuesday. 648 more words

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Azusa School District Blames Governor's Budget For Teacher Layoffs

AZUSA (CBSLA.com) —The Azusa Unified School District is set to enact layoffs due to what officials Saturday termed “unforeseen challenges” as a result of the governor’s budget proposal. 468 more words