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Burbank’s Arts For All Foundation Awards Largest Arts Grant to Date

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Award recipients include eight Burbank schools and Burbank Unified School District Impacting over 15,000 students

Team Effort Paces Burroughs Basketball Team

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Minus two key players, Hochberg and Indians on Verge of Matching Last Season's Win Total in Opening Week of 2011-2012

Defending Champs Off to a Slow Start

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Defending Pacific League Champions, the Burroughs Girls' Basketball Squad Now 1-3 out of the gate
From 1960 Jordan Cougar

Charles Kramer

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Former Jordan teacher from 1950's-60's, and wife die from injuries in Washinton State car accident.

Burroughs Presents ‘Holiday Spectacular 2011’

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The combined vocal and instrumental music departments of John Burroughs High School are presenting the community with a very special musical treat for the holiday season, on December 2 & 3.

Spitting Images: Burbank High Expects Both Squads to be Competitive After Similar 2010-2011 Showings

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Both Bulldogs' basketball programs had similar seasons a year ago. Both finished with enough wins in the regular season to earn at-large berths into the CIF Southern Section playoffs and both lost in the first round.

No Horsing Around at ‘Rivalry Day’ at McKinley Elementary School

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One of the most famous mascots in college football, Traveler, stopped by McKinley Elementary School to help support Rivalry Week

Role-Reversal: Burroughs Teams Find Themselves in Far Different Roles Than Last Season

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Burroughs Teams Find Themselves in Far Different Roles Than Last Season

Sports Shorts: Burroughs Hires Baseball Coach, Locals in X-Country State

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Burroughs Baseball Fills Coaching Vacancy, Burbank XC Qualifies for State, Burroughs Has Senior Standout Qualify for Individuals

Burroughs Football Season Ends on Sour Note

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Up 22-9 at the half, Indians Get Upended by Los Altos in CIF-SS Playoffs Opening Round

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Burbank Police Log: July 18 – July 24

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The Burbank police department is ever ready and prepared.

Opinion: City Council Wants Public Input, But Not That Much Input When it Matters

City Council wants your input and engagement - just not as much and only when they want it

Burbank Residents Asked to Suspend Outside Watering for Two Week Period

Hand watering will be allowed during the two-week period from Sept. 6-20 while the Colorado River Aqueduct is being repaired