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  • Emergency Cooling Center Open

    In response to weather reports that temperatures in the Fullerton area may be up to 100 degrees today (Sept. 12), the City of Fullerton has designated the Fullerton Community Center as a "cooling center" available to all citizens. The Fullerton Community Center located at 340 W. Commonwealth Ave., across the street from Fullerton City Hall, is open from 12 p.m.-6 p.m. today.

A new video from Cogey Martins, the cover model of the August issue of Fullerton Stories magazine.

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FullertonStories.com to explain their case for earning your vote.  The interviews are conducted by Publisher Davis Barber in the publication’s downtown Fullerton office. 

Each candidate interview will debut on the front page of the website and then be placed on an all-candidates page linked-to from the front. 

It is our goal to help you make informed choices as to who the best candidates are for you. We present these interviews as a plain-talking chance to find out more than what you may learn from a lawn sign or mailer. 

FullertonStories.com does not endorse candidates, but through our publications we hope to enlighten and inform Fullerton voters. 

The deadline to register to vote for the November 4, 2014 General Election is October 20, 2014.

High School Sports

  • Troy's Vaccher Player of the Week

    Troy’s Dominic Vaccher is the epitome of the shining star two-way football player. Vaccher had six receptions for 142 yards and three touchdowns and two interceptions in the Warriors’ 28-21 win over El Rancho on the road last Friday night.

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Valencia Park Elementary School sixth-grade student Abraham Eid is happy to have recieved a new iPad.Valencia Park Elementary School sixth-grade student Abraham Eid is happy to have recieved a new iPad.iPads ruled the day at the Fullerton School District on Wednesday, as Superintendent Robert Pletka formally began distributing 6,000 devices to all fifth- eighth-grade students.

Amidst great fanfare at Valencia Park Elementary School, Pletka and numerous city and state officials praised the district’s Visible Innovation Program, which aims to use the iPads to help develop critical thinking, collaboration and allow students to work on curriculum at their own pace. 

“I’m holding it up as a model for the state,” said Tom Torlakson, state superintendent of public Instruction, said at the presentation. 

Valencia sixth-graders received the first two dozen iPads, as did Abraham Eid, above, who couldn’t hide his joy at receiving one.

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