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On the Road with The Signal

Posted: September 11, 2010 3:42 p.m.
Updated: September 12, 2010 4:55 a.m.
Dianne Van Hook, chancellor for College of the Canyons, holds up a copy of The Signal in Paris, France in July. Dianne Van Hook, chancellor for College of the Canyons, holds up a copy of The Signal in Paris, France in July.
Dianne Van Hook, chancellor for College of the Canyons, holds up a copy of The Signal in Paris, France in July.
From left, Nathan Paul, George Simpson, Monique Newman and Lori Chan hold up a copy of The Signal at the Dead Sea in Amman, Jordan, where they were part of Grace Baptist Summer Outreach Mission. From left, Nathan Paul, George Simpson, Monique Newman and Lori Chan hold up a copy of The Signal at the Dead Sea in Amman, Jordan, where they were part of Grace Baptist Summer Outreach Mission.
From left, Nathan Paul, George Simpson, Monique Newman and Lori Chan hold up a copy of The Signal at the Dead Sea in Amman, Jordan, where they were part of Grace Baptist Summer Outreach Mission.
From left, Lee Lodes, Al Hayward, Sue Hayward, Carolyn Lodes, Judy Penman, Jack Skidmore, Dottie Skidmore and Doug Penman enjoy a copy of The Signal and 10 2-pound lobsters as part of Sue Hayward’s 60th birthday party in Newport, Rhode Island. From left, Lee Lodes, Al Hayward, Sue Hayward, Carolyn Lodes, Judy Penman, Jack Skidmore, Dottie Skidmore and Doug Penman enjoy a copy of The Signal and 10 2-pound lobsters as part of Sue Hayward’s 60th birthday party in Newport, Rhode Island.
From left, Lee Lodes, Al Hayward, Sue Hayward, Carolyn Lodes, Judy Penman, Jack Skidmore, Dottie Skidmore and Doug Penman enjoy a copy of The Signal and 10 2-pound lobsters as part of Sue Hayward’s 60th birthday party in Newport, Rhode Island.
Nadine Zuckerman and her boyfriend, Andy Olson, hold up a newspaper on Motutapu Island near the city of Auckland, New Zealand on July 14. The Maori people had occupied the island more than 100 years ago before a volcanic eruption destroyed their settlements. Nadine Zuckerman and her boyfriend, Andy Olson, hold up a newspaper on Motutapu Island near the city of Auckland, New Zealand on July 14. The Maori people had occupied the island more than 100 years ago before a volcanic eruption destroyed their settlements.
Nadine Zuckerman and her boyfriend, Andy Olson, hold up a newspaper on Motutapu Island near the city of Auckland, New Zealand on July 14. The Maori people had occupied the island more than 100 years ago before a volcanic eruption destroyed their settlements.
The Hoffman family — from left, Margie, Brian, Zachary Julina and Jaci — sit in front of the Mendenhall Glacier in Juneau, Alaska, on Aug. 25 as part of a weeklong cruise with Princess Cruises. The Hoffman family — from left, Margie, Brian, Zachary Julina and Jaci — sit in front of the Mendenhall Glacier in Juneau, Alaska, on Aug. 25 as part of a weeklong cruise with Princess Cruises.
The Hoffman family — from left, Margie, Brian, Zachary Julina and Jaci — sit in front of the Mendenhall Glacier in Juneau, Alaska, on Aug. 25 as part of a weeklong cruise with Princess Cruises.
Lt. Col. Paul Johnson of the U.S. Air Force and younger brother Lt. Cmdr. Brian Johnson of the U.S. Navy display their newspapers in front of F-15C and EA-18G fighte jets at Nellis Air Force Base Nevada on Friday. The brothers both grew up in Valencia and graduated from Hart High School in 1987 and 1995, respectively. Lt. Col. Paul Johnson of the U.S. Air Force and younger brother Lt. Cmdr. Brian Johnson of the U.S. Navy display their newspapers in front of F-15C and EA-18G fighte jets at Nellis Air Force Base Nevada on Friday. The brothers both grew up in Valencia and graduated from Hart High School in 1987 and 1995, respectively.
Lt. Col. Paul Johnson of the U.S. Air Force and younger brother Lt. Cmdr. Brian Johnson of the U.S. Navy display their newspapers in front of F-15C and EA-18G fighte jets at Nellis Air Force Base Nevada on Friday. The brothers both grew up in Valencia and graduated from Hart High School in 1987 and 1995, respectively.
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