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Monthly Archives: September 2018

Picking Themselves Up After a 50-point Loss

There were signs of improvement, like an interception and goal line stand stopping scoring threats, and a running game that picked up big chunks...

COLOR DAY! | South Pasadena High School

Tiger Pride is never stronger or more on display than on the famous Color Day at South Pasadena High School and this year was...

FOOTBALL | Tigers Fall to Rival San Marino 50-0

Beau Hobbie, the grandson of San Marino coach Mike Hobbie, scored five touchdowns on the ground in leading San Marino High to a 50-0...

No on Measure N | A Letter from Jon Primuth

I am writing to oppose Measure N, one of the many choices on the November ballot. Measure N would repeal our city's Utility Users’...

Representative Chu Statement on Appropriations Minibus

The appropriations package contains a total of $853 billion in discretionary budget authority, as well as an additional $67.9 billion in discretionary budget authority...

Outsmarting Cons & Fraud | Woman’s Club Luncheon

Don't be a victim of the epidemic of scams, cons and fraud aimed at unsuspecting citizens as the fall season begins and the holidays...

Teacher of the Year Announced

Congratulations to Arroyo Vista kindergarten teacher Jill Reddy! Ms. Reddy was named South Pasadena Unified School District 2018-2019 Teacher of the Year.  Ms. Reddy...

A Safety Reminder for the 2018 Spiny Lobster Season from the US Coast Guard,...

During the last 12 to 13 months, four fatalities have been investigated by the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department, Special Enforcement Bureau. One of...

Candidates Forum | South Pasadena City Council Elections

Eric Brady is challenging incumbent Michael Cacciotti for the seat in District 4, and Diana Mahmud is running in District 5.  Questions will be...
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