Monthly Archives: January, 2021

Gordon Weaver

Gordon Frederick Weaver passed away peacefully with his loving daughter by his side Monday, December 28, 2020. Born in the town of Wilmar (now...

On Changing One’s Habits, and a School’s Mascot

From the window of my home office, I have a great view of Memorial Field on the campus of John Burroughs High School. For...

Obituary | Dushan (Duke) Vukovich

Our family circle was broken with the death of our beloved patriarch. Duke was born in Globe, Arizona to parents who emigrated from Montenegro...

Obituary | Dorothy Louise McLeod

Dorothy Louise McLeod, 91, of Glendale, CA, passed away peacefully on November 4, 2020. She was a granddaughter of Glendale early pioneer settlers, Mary...

Obituary | Allan Forrest Scott

Allan Forrest Scott passed away peacefully on Dec. 21 surrounded by his family. He was born Sept. 13, 1944 in Washington to Doreen M....

Friends Mourn Longtime Civic Leader Suzy Crowell

Suzy Crowell, who served as a San Marino mayor and city councilwoman and was an indispensable volunteer for a number of local institutions, passed...

Spike in Virus Cases Stretches Resources

With the number of Southern Californians infected by COVID-19 spiking to unexpected heights — an increase that is reflected in the rise in cases...

Cell Towers Near Schools Deactivated

For the first time since 2004, residents of San Marino are without the services of two cell towers that were the source of controversy...

City of Hope Doctor Appears on New Year’s Special

Five cancer survivors who have ridden on City of Hope’s Rose Parade float in years past shared what the experience meant to them in...

Mayor Reiterates Plans in State of the City Address

Ken Ude is hoping to figure out what’s going on with the Stoneman School building the same way the city figured out how to...
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