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Entries from July 26th, 2013

California Writers Club names local author as recipient of Jack London Award

July 26th, 2013 · No Comments · Community

The 104-year-old California Writers Club (CWC) presented its Jack London Award to local author Liv Haugland, a member of the CWC’s Long Beach branch. Established in 1973, the award recognizes outstanding service and dedication “above and beyond” to the organization. The governing body of the CWC presents the award to exceptional members nominated by their […]

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Nonprofit launches campaign to recruit and train foster parents of children needing therapeutic care

July 26th, 2013 · No Comments · Community

The Child Welfare Initiative (CWI) has developed a collaborative network of resources to facilitate the recruitment, training and ongoing support to foster parents of children who require therapeutic foster care– children who have greater behavioral and emotional needs and require a greater level of care from the parents. The CWI is a nonprofit organization whose […]

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Vol. 35 No. 7– July 19, 2013

July 19th, 2013 · No Comments · * Download Entire Issue

Read/download the full issue, including advertisements, here. Previous issues of the Signal Tribune can be found here.

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Urban-agriculture proponents feel ‘sting’ as LB City Council votes to not change rules on chickens, goats and bees

July 19th, 2013 · No Comments · News

CJ Dablo Staff Writer Long Beach garden enthusiast Henry Kurland did have high hopes for the birds and the bees. At his Wrigley home on July 16, just hours just before the City Council was set to vote on a controversial ordinance that would advance urban agriculture, Kurland opened up the gate that led to his […]

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Foster announces he will not seek third term as Long Beach mayor

July 19th, 2013 · No Comments · News

Cory Bilicko Managing Editor Long Beach Mayor Bob Foster issued a statement Tuesday, July 16, announcing that he will not seek a third term. Since Foster is finishing his second term in office, he would have had the option of running as a write-in candidate. Citing a need for time to pursue “private opportunities” such […]

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