Monthly Archives: May, 2017

San Marino Woman Found Dead Near Mt. Whitney

The Inyo County Sheriff’s Office reported on its Facebook page today that 27-year-old Dongying “Cindy” Qiu, a resident of San Marino who was reported...

Senior Project A Rewarding Experience

By Mark Choa SMHS Senior As senior year comes to a close, many students begin to think about all the activities that senior year provides such...

Kevin Hall Has Left the Building

Soon, San Marino High School history and Government teacher Kevin Hall and his wife, Ellen, will take up digs in Southern Indiana to be...

College Kids Home for Summer Can Shoulder Responsibilities

Dear Parent Coach, My daughter is just finishing her freshman year at college and is coming home for the summer. Of course we’re excited to...

Lead Ordinance Needs Teeth Council Says

The San Marino City Council unanimously tabled a proposed ordinance, which, according to Planning and Building Director Aldo Cervantes, is intended “to ensure the...

Stun Gun Assault Has Parents Concerned

The San Marino Police Dept. confirmed a report of a stun gun assault that took place at 3:00 p.m. on Saturday afternoon. The incident began...

Council Reviews New Fiscal Year Balanced Budget

City of San Marino staff presented a balanced city budget for fiscal year 2017-2018 to the San Marino City Council last Friday during a...

Kwong Will Make Another Run for City Council Seat

Scott Kwong, who made a similar run in 2015, has told The Tribune he is declaring his candidacy in the race to fill three...

SM Officials Honor Outgoing Longtime City Attorney

He will be gone, but not a ghost, and he certainly won’t be forgotten. Steve Dorsey, a partner with Richards, Watson and Gershon Attorneys at...

Obituary – Richard Dix Wood

 October 14, 1939 – May 6, 2017 Richard Wood, a resident of San Marino for 21 years, passed away peacefully on Saturday, May 6, due...
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