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  • ... fields to boulevards between 1950 and 1954. But the making a city was more than houses and highways. Lakewood residents in those years ... open drainage ditches, good law enforcement, and more parks for youth. As Lakewood grew, so did his ... at Lakewood Center. A few chairs and a table in the back of the room were designated as the city council ...
  • ... story has been published in tandem with a segment for KCET's award-winning TV show "SoCal Connected." Watch it here now. A few years ago , Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Parks was overrun with illegal marijuana growth sites. Trees were cut down ...
  • ... he suggested that the oil industry had better watch its back almost as much as their coal colleagues: [T]oday, America is closer to ... @BarackObama #MonumentsMatter #SOTU— National Parks News (@NPCA) January 29, 2014 The mention especially cheered supporters of ...
  • ... lands during the founding of some of America’s national parks . Death Valley National Park is no exception.  ... from these same places even if their ancestral tenure goes back thousands of years .5 In White’s and his colleagues’ view, the ... about all of the commotion that had sparked international news coverage. [scald=85763:kl_image_original_context ...
  • ... camps were not an option for us. There were virtually no parks where we lived. The nearest park was MacArthur Park , which my ... lessons for national parks today to get the nation back to work in the worst economic crisis since the Great Depression. The CCC ...
  • ... than any other National Park unit. Since then, the news headlines have kept rolling in, the most dramatic from CNN: "Pot farms ... were found. A few days before the August 17th raid, rangers stopped a vehicle with five ...
  • ... {"additionalClasses":""}]A flood in Garden Grove in 1971. | Photo: Orange County Archives, some rights ... and a half feet — by 2100. As it turns out, that recent news might already be obsolete, and far too optimistic. In a presentation at ... the end of this century are alarming in the abstract, but few people reading this in 2016 will be around to witness it. But ...
  • A look back on a year of outrage. ... is upon us next year .   Want recipes and food news emailed directly to you? Sign up for the new Food newsletter here!   ...
  • Endangered species news hardly ever comes with happy endings. But on a popular tourist island off the California coast, a frankly endearing wildlife species has come back from the verge of extinction in the last decade, with a little help from ...
  • A few years ago we began a small project here at KCET New Media. ... and fresh. So much so, that when fellow Carol Kino got back to New York she wrote a two-page spread about Departures in the Sunday ...

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