Monthly Archives: January, 2021

Chaplain Knows the Turmoil of Those He Helps

Since 2017, Brother Dennis Gibbs’ writing has graced the Tribune’s Religion section with thought-provoking musings on spirituality, boldly bringing critical issues to the fore...

Basketball Season Is a ‘Go’ for Collegian Torres

It’s not perfect, but considering the circumstances and other possible options, Jadyn Torres will take it. With school activities being gobbled up by the insatiable...

Rally Calls for Sports Restart

Car horns blared and balloons bobbled in a light breeze last Friday afternoon when approximately 75 young athletes, their coaches and parents participated in...

Proponents of Mission St. Proposal Seek Council’s Help

The San Marino City Council punted last week on an appeal of a decision that thwarted plans for a mixed-use building on Mission Street...

SMUSD Board Mulls Reopening Plans

The San Marino Unified School District has no concrete plans to bring students back to its shuttered campuses, but administrators and staff members are...

City Caps Meal Delivery Fees Charged to Restaurants

Third-party food delivery vendors will be limited in how much they can charge San Marino restaurants for their service, but likely not until March. That’s...

The Show Goes On With Shen

It’s difficult enough to replace an educator who spent 38 years mastering her craft, and even more challenging to do so in the middle...

Gun Sales Soar After Capitol Siege

In the wake of the assault last week on the U.S. Capitol, some local gun store owners are saying that customers are flocking to...

Obituary | Helen von Seggern

Helen von Seggern was born in Salt Lake City but, when she was quite young, the family moved to Los Angeles. After graduating from...

Obituary | Gloria C. Ducote

It is with great sorrow we announce the passing of Gloria C. Ducote at the age of 87 on 1/6/21 at St. Joseph Hospital...
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