Temple City


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Temple City,

residential suburban city (1990 pop. 31,100), Los Angeles co., S Calif.; settled 1827, inc. 1960. The city has light manufacturing and service businesses.
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The Temple City Unified School District contracts with a local franchise of a company called Interquest Detection Canines to conduct 17 inspections a year at three schools in its district.
Temple City (12-8, 1-2) had trouble generating any kind of offense in the early going as La Canada jumped out to a 7-0 lead.
Today marks the beginning of a new chapter for environmentally sustainable operations at Temple City Unified School District - one that allows the community to experience the benefits of clean power without negatively impacting limited resources," said school district Superintendent Dr.
This year's feature guest instructor is Francis Takahashi, chief instructor of the Aikido Academy in Temple City, CA.
Saxon's 33-yard touchdown pass to Hebblethwaite on a fourth-and-nine play with 9:32remaining increased the Rams' lead to 10 and Temple City held on for a 31-28 victory over the visiting Spartans (4-4, 1-2).
Installation of the network will bring NGI video applications to the Temple City Unified and Ravenswood City School Districts in Northern California.
Pasadena 42, West Ranch 20: Tyrone Crockom threw five touchdown passes to lead the Bulldogs (2-1) past visiting West Ranch of Stevenson Ranch at Temple City High School.
Fujioka, who lives in Temple City with his 15-year-old son, was appointed to the post in 1999 by former Mayor Richard Riordan.
The crash that killed Bain was his second since transferring to Lancaster from the Temple City station less than three years ago.
John Neiman of Temple City, Phillip of Valencia and Andy of Westlake Village; and three grandchildren.
II-A, plays host to Temple City (14-11) in a first-round game on Thursday.
X most of the season, before losses to La Salle of Pasadena and Temple City dropped them to No.