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Inauguration of President Barack Obama (2009)

Inauguration of President Barack Obama (2009)
On Jan. 20, 2009, Barack Obama was sworn in as president of the United States. Obama took his place as the 44th president under a bright winter sky, painting this perilous national moment in unsparing terms and exhorting Americans to respond by taking greater responsibility for themselves, the country and the world. More than 1 million people flocked to the National Mall to take part in the event, spilling outward from the gleaming white Capitol steps toward the Washington Monument and the Lincoln Memorial more than a mile away.
On Jan. 20, 2009, Barack Obama was sworn in as president of the United States. Obama took his place as the 44th president under a bright winter sky, painting this perilous national moment in unsparing terms and exhorting Americans to respond by taking greater responsibility for themselves, the country and the world. More than 1 million people flocked to the National Mall to take part in the event, spilling outward from the gleaming white Capitol steps toward the Washington Monument and the Lincoln Memorial more than a mile away. « Show less
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  • Our Laguna: Patriots Day committee recognizes honorees

    Our Laguna: Patriots Day committee recognizes honorees
    The Patriots Day Parade Committee wasn't making a political statement when it chose "All Together Now" as the theme of the 2013 parade on March 2. "We selected the theme well before the national election in November without knowing its outcome," said...
  • Police: Robbery probably not motive in couple's killing

    Police: Robbery probably not motive in couple's killing
    Police detectives said robbery does not appear to be a motive in the slaying of a young Irvine couple who were found shot to death late Sunday in a parked car at the upscale condominium complex where they lived. “They could tell by physical...
  • Autopsies may provide clues in slaying of Irvine couple

    Autopsies may provide clues in slaying of Irvine couple
    Autospy results due back Tuesday could provide more clues into the slaying of a Cal State Fullerton coach and her fiance in Irvine. The bodies of Monica Quan, 28, an assistant women's basketball coach at the school, and Keith Lawrence, 27, who worked as...
  • Umansky a natural for Estancia

    Umansky a natural for Estancia
    This game — the one in the water with the yellow ball and players swimming back and forth trying to put that ball into a net — is fun for Ilene Umansky. It's fun to score and it's fun to learn about water polo for Umansky. Two years ago,...
  • Council adopts social host law

    Laguna Beach is now the fourth city in Orange County to enact a social host law, aimed at stopping adults from providing alcoholic beverages to minors. The City Council on Tuesday approved the hotly debated ordinance that will penalize adults caught...
  • Teel Time: More than 40 percent of ACC football assistants will be new this season

    Teel Time: More than 40 percent of ACC football assistants will be new this season
    At last check, ACC assistant football coaches are not subject to term limits, but as teams went through spring practice last month and this, the turnover among staff was striking. Barring additional changes, 40.5 percent of full-time ACC assistants,...
  • Jerry Dimitman dies at 91; professor grew prized Asian fruit

    Jerry Dimitman dies at 91; professor grew prized Asian fruit
    Jerry Dimitman, a retired professor of plant pathology at Cal Poly Pomona who regularly caused an uproar when he showed up to sell his exotic fruit at the Alhambra farmers market, died Dec. 14 of a stroke at his home overlooking the San Gabriel Valley. He...
  • Cal Poly fundraising campaign tops $100 million

     
    Despite challenging economic times, Cal Poly Pomona has amassed more than $100 million in donations and pledges midway through an ambitious fundraising campaign, university officials announced Wednesday....
  • SOY sends out a distress call

    SOY sends out a distress call
    No one in Juan Miguel's family had ever gone to college, but he knew he would. He just needed outside help with learning how to apply and which classes to take to get into college. As a sophomore at Estancia High School, he joined the academic program at...
  • Briefs: Vanguard vies in NAIA event

    The Vanguard University women's basketball team begins play in the NAIA Tournament on Wednesday at the Frankfort Convention Center in Frankfort, Ky. The Lions (23-6), ranked No. 13 in the final NAIA poll, are making their 11th straight appearance in...
  • Thank you, SOY: Letters from alumni

    Editor's note: The following are from the SOY Scholarship Program alumni. Minimal edits have been made to preserve the writers' voices as it originally appeared at a December fundraiser. Dear Guest, First allow me to thank you for attending this event....
  • Barden bestowed Great honor

    The following are odds and ends from the local sports scene. FORMER PREP STANDOUT AN ALL-TIME GREAT In his days at Cal Poly San Luis Obispo, Flintridge Prep graduate Ramses Barden put up some mind-spinning numbers and garnered a cavalcade of...