Monthly Archives: October, 2018

Robotics Earns Coveted Award at Beach Blitz

This past weekend, San Marino High School’s Titanium Robotics team competed in the 2018 Beach Blitz, a competition hosted at Marina High School. This...

Lady Titan Golfers Get A Share of RHL Crown

Led by senior Ada Wong, San Marino High School’s girls’ varsity golf team put together an exceptional effort in Tuesday’s Rio Hondo League preliminaries...

Battling Back

A popular adage declares that “what happens in Vegas stays in Vegas,” but Paige Kunitake will forever carry around pieces of her experience that...

Drought Declared Deceased

The 28-year wait ended on Tuesday afternoon at 4:42 p.m., the celebration of the moment rather underwhelming, especially when compared to the magnitude of...

Fire Department’s New Engine to be Ceremoniously Dedicated

To all ages, a bright red engine is the quintessential symbol of a fire department’s presence and the protection it provides the community. When...

Through Whatever Means Necessary

Beau Hobbie had to wait for Michael Chan to graduate, sat out a couple games this year with a hamstring injury, and yet still...

Robotics Team Throws In For Homecoming

San Marino High School celebrated Homecoming last month with a week filled with festivities focused around the annual Homecoming football game. Titanium Robotics traditionally...

Betty Ramona Burge

Betty Ramona Burge, a resident of San Marino for over 50 years, passed away peacefully, surrounded by family, on October 5, 2018. Betty was...

Statements of the Seven San Marino School Board Candidates

Editor’s Note: The San Marino Tribune is pleased to print the statements of the seven candidates for three open seats on the San Marino...

SMUSD Still Atop State, According to Standardized Tests

A local school official once joked that the San Marino Unified School District had been ranked #1 in the state for so long that...
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