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Lady Titan Golfers Get A Share of RHL Crown - San Marino Tribune
Wong fired a tournament-low 74, followed by Jacqueline Jefferies (75), Ella Chuang and Janette Fu (76 each), Glenda Chen (81) and senior captain Chloe Lok, who shot an 88.
Rally Legend San Marino : Time for Coffee ?
Rally fans have a habit of making some excellent videos for the internet, so even if you didn't make to the event, which ran from the 11-14th October, there's plenty of footage to choose from. In fact, a dozen or so videos that have gone live over the past 48 hours are deserving of your coffee break
Moldova vs San Marino - UEFA Nations League 2018-19
19' Corner, Moldova. Conceded by Enrico Golinucci.17' Alexandru Antoniuc (Moldova) wins a free kick on the right wing.17' Foul by Matteo Vitaioli (San Marino).15' Foul by Alexandru Antoniuc (Moldova).15' Matteo Vitaioli (San Marino) wins a free kick in the defensive half.15' Attempt blocked. Oleg Re
Drought Declared Deceased - San Marino Tribune
CROWNING MOMENT: Left to right, Maddie Kaufman (white jersey), Erin Hill (16), Keila Barra (2), Leela Anvekar (9), Hanna Wang (hidden) and Caitlin Nguyen (3) celebrate a point during Tuesday’s title-clinching match. Photo by Alexis Anvekar
Robotics Team Throws In For Homecoming - San Marino Tribune
Each year, San Marino High School celebrates Homecoming with a parade down Huntington Drive, with floats occupied by students and faculty tossing candy to excited passersby. Titanium Robotics also had a float that was driven by team mentor Mr. Robert French. The team was able to greet onlookers and
Betty Ramona Burge - San Marino Tribune
Betty Ramona Burge, a resident of San Marino for over 50 years, passed away peacefully, surrounded by family, on October 5, 2018. Betty was born June 3, 1928 in Magna, Utah, the first daughter of Eleanor and James Rosino. She moved to California with her parents and sister, Yvonne, in 1935 and gradu
Battling Back - San Marino Tribune
CALM BEFORE THE STORM: San Marino’s Paige Kunitake, right, in a photo that was taken during the October 1, 2017 Las Vegas country music festival that ended with 58 shot dead and another 851 injured.
Moldova v San Marino
Posted at29'Corner, Moldova. Conceded by Fabio Vitaioli.Posted at27'Attempt missed. Oleg Reabciuk (Moldova) header from the centre of the box is high and wide to the left. Assisted by Catalin Carp.Posted at27'Delay over. They are ready to continue.Posted at26'Delay in match Fabio Vitaioli (San Marin
Candidates Spar at City Club Voter Forum - San Marino Tribune
READY TO GO: Left to right, school board candidates Jane Chon, Michael Killackey, C. Joseph Chang, Shelley Ryan, Corey Barberie, John Gabriel and Dr. Steve Sommers at Monday evening’s City Club candidates forum. Photo by Rafael Najarian Photo
City Council Approves Strategic Plan Process For Recreation Dept. - San Marino Tribune
The Council passed the motion 4-1, with Council member Gretchen Shepherd Romey being the single “no” vote after hearing a detailed report on recommendations as to how the Recreation Department could evolve and become economically feasible. The report from the Blue-Ribbon Committee appointed earlier
New Fire Engine Is Properly Dedicated , Ready for Service - San Marino Tribune
IN WITH THE NEW: San Marino’s new fire engine, right, was dedicated in historic fashion last Saturday as water from the old, left, was used to wash the new $698,000 rig. Courtesy Photos
Community Shaken By Death of SMHS Grad - San Marino Tribune
A 2017 graduate of San Marino High School, Wu was in his sophomore at Columbia University when he took his own life, according to a police report.
81-Year-Old San Marino Man Says He Was Misdiagnosed After Contracting Typhus
As an outbreak of typhus in the Los Angeles area continues, an 81-year-old man in San Marino is describing his struggle with the flea-borne disease after being misdiagnosed, he told KTLA during an interview Thursday. Kareen Wynter reports for the KTLA 5 News at 1 on Oct. 18, 2018. Filed in:Local New
San Marino has n't allowed a point in league , faces Temple City next
San Marino figures to continue its assault on the Rio Hondo League when it visits Temple City on Thursday at 7 p.m.The Titans (6-1-1, 2-0), ranked No. 4 in Division 9, have not allowed a point in its two RHL wins over South Pasadena and La Canada, winning by a combined score of 99-0.Temple City (3-1
Skye Hannah , Author at San Marino Tribune
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 a new engine joins a department, it’s welcomed as a new and valued member of the team.
San Marino 's Mike Hobbie to speak at Friday 's Pasadena Quarterbacks Club luncheon
San Marino football coach Mike Hobbie, who led the Titans to the CIF Southern Section Central Division title in 2015 with a 45-28 victory over Charter Oak, will join L.A. Times’ football columnist Sam Farmer as speakers at Friday’s Pasadena Quarterbacks Club luncheon.
San Marino Retirement Community Sells for $ 32M in Denver | GlobeSt
San Marino Retirement CommunityWESTMINSTER, CO–Marcus & Millichap recently sold the San Marino Retirement Community, a 185,871-square-foot assisted living, independent living, and memory care community here for $32.39 million.
Luxembourg vs San Marino live streaming : Watch online & preview
Back to back comfortable wins, 4-0 over Moldova and 3-0 in San Marino, saw them sitting pretty at the top.
Girls ' tennis falls to San Marino at home - Tiger Newspaper
The talented SPHS singles squad was able to win the majority of its sets, earning six points for the Tigers. Singles one, seniorShannon Huang, took two sets 6-4 and 6-2, but could not defeat her third opponent, losing 6-2. SophomoreCarissa Park, singles two, dropped her first set to the same opponen
Through Whatever Means Necessary - San Marino Tribune
Beau Hobbie had to wait for Michael Chan to graduate, sat out a couple games this year with a hamstring injury, and yet still ran around, over and through would-be tacklers from La Cañada last Friday night on his way to an even 300 yards. More importantly, Hobbie—the grandson of Titan head football