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September 15, 2014 / Julian News


Coffee with Constituents Questions, concerns or ideas about your county government or community? Join Supervisor Jacob at an upcoming coffee: Thursday, Sept. 25, 8:30 a.m. Julian Town Hall 2129 Main St., Julian...

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September 11, 2014 / Julian News


Many national observances today. The Country together strong. Nowhere is that more apparent than at our own local high school; where 20 students along with staff arrived at Julian High School at 5am this morning to place nearly 3000 American Flags on the lawn to remember the lives lost 13 years ago today. We all have our individual memories of that day and how it affected our lives.  We want t...

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September 3, 2014 / Featured


911 “NEVER FORGET” PROJECT The High School (Julian High School) is going to be participating in the 9-11 “Never Forget” project at JUHS on Thursday September 11, 2014. The goal is to have students on campus putting the nearly three thousand flags up on the lawn near the annex building starting at 5am. The JHS Community Service Club will be in charge of it. The school has invited the ...

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August 30, 2014 / A Bit Of History...


When did Labor Day begin? The modern holiday is widely traced back to an organized parade in New York City in 1882. Union leaders had called for what they had labelled a “monster labor festival” on Tuesday, Sept. 5, according to Linda Stinson, a former historian for the Department of Labor (the idea for a general labor festival may have originated in Canada, which today also celebrates “L...

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August 27, 2014 / Featured


The Julian Lions Club annual Horse Shoe Tournament is just around the corner at Frank Lane Park in Julian. Here are all the details Sunday, September 7, 2014 Registration Begins at 9:00am Cost is $20 per person This is a blind draw 4 team Top three teams will win a cash prize Local Julian Band Pulled Pork Sandwiches / Burgers/ Dogs and Soft Drinks Contact is Joe Connolly at 76...

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August 21, 2014 / Art


Julian is constantly adding new things of interest. The Studio Samadhi - A Center for the Arts seems to be a great enhancement to our community. They offer a wide range of enrichment classes for young and old. We visited their Facebook page to find out the latest offerings and have found their Kids Fall Line Up: Fall line-up at Studio Samadhi - A Center for the Arts starts the first week o...

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August 13, 2014 / News


Robin Williams, hailed as a comic genius, was a star of movies and television for more than three decades. His impact on his profession is being deemed “immeasurable”. His impact on those he entertained is equally immense. Dubbed “the funniest man alive” by Entertainment Weekly in 1997, Williams brought audiences hours of laughter, putting his imaginative spin on characters in film and ...

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August 8, 2014 / Featured


Welcome to our second installment of the "Teacher Feature" articles. We want you to get to know, or get to know better, the wonderful people in our community who have taken on the role of educating the children in our community. We also take this time to remind you that Julian Elementary is a recognized "National School of Character.' That is in no small part due to the teachers in our communi...

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August 6, 2014 / Featured


Today, August 6, 2014 is the first day of school for our Julian High School students. This year, unlike many of the previous years, our students will have a new science building for learning. An official Grand Opening ceremony has yet to be scheduled for the public to enjoy the fruits of their dollars. Mr. Schlottman of the high school indicated that it may take place in November. Attached ...

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July 31, 2014 / Featured


We are starting a series of featuring our local teachers. We want you to know the wonderful people in our community who are educating the kids our community. We all live together in this town and therefore whether or not you have kids in school it matters who is teaching them and what they are learning. Our elementary school is recognized as a National School of Character and does great things...

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