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Hundreds visit opening weekend of World War II exhibition

In honor of Pearl Harbor Day, Friday, Dec. 7, the Catalina Island Museum debuted its latest special exhibition highlighting the critical role Catalina Island...

Lancers come away with second place

Although their goal was to win the tournament the Avalon Boys Basketball team came away with the second place trophy in their annual trip...

Islander Pet of the Week: Pecos

Pecos Hobbs loves “fetch” and often the Hobbs family will tire out well before he does. Pecos is a surf dog and can often be...

US Bank starts a community library

The Avalon branch of US Bank has launched a community library. Anyone who donates a book to the bookcase in the front library may...

Earthquakes rattle Catalina Island

Three earthquakes off the California coast shook Catalina Island in the last 24 hours. The most recent was reported as a 4.7 quake which...

Football event tied to Island history

When Avalon hosts the Pacific West Football League champion SoCal Coyotes on Saturday, the event’s promoters hope to connect with some of Catalina’s golden...

Autoette permit rules to change

The City Council on Tuesday, Dec. 4, directed staff to draft new language to clarify the Avalon code dealing with autoette permits. The decision came...

Wedding bells for Dunlavy-Gjolme

Kristi Lynn Dunlavy and Christian Andreas Gjolme were married on Nov. 17 at 3 p.m. at The “M” by Zest on Catalina Island.   Family...

Pet of the week: Django

Django doesn’t seem to know he’s a dog. He seems to think he’s a human child—he loves to play with kids. You will most likely...

Veterinarian Richard Denney called ‘a Catalina treasure’

Unfortunately, by the time this article is printed I will have moved back to my home in Utah. I did not want to leave...
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