Yearly Archives: 2021

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...

A Scout Is Loyal to This Education Program

Lord John Russell, who served as the United Kingdom’s prime minister in the mid-1860s, called a proverb “the wisdom of many and the wit...

City to Rethink Mayoral Selection Process

Changes may be coming to the process through which the position of Glendale mayor is rotated among City Council members, in an effort to...

Fire Chief Re-Emphasizes Basics in Fight Against Virus  

While health officials search for new language to quantify the troubling increase in cases of COVID-19, San Marino Fire Chief Mario Rueda insisted there...

SMUSD Shelves In-Person Activities Through January

Citing what he referred to as a strong recommendation from the Los Angeles County Department of Public Health, Superintendent Jeff Wilson announced last week that...

Dodgers’ Historian Recalls an Eventful Spring Training Alongside Legendary Manager

By Mark Langill Special to the Tribune My Master’s Class at Tommy Lasorda University began in spring training 2007 with one day’s notice and a late-night...

Ude to Kick Off Year for City Club

Ken Ude, who last month took over as the community’s mayor for a year, will be the featured speaker for the San Marino City...

Speaker Retraces Path of Gen. Patton, Local Hero

Clean-shaven, clad in a suit and tie and with hair neatly coiffed, Steve Ford provided a welcome break from the sometimes comical Zoom world...
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