Month: October, 2018

Sierra Madre Library to Auction Collectible Books
Community

Sierra Madre Library to Auction Collectible Books

Collectibles include some signed books Friends of the Sierra Made Public Library Silent Auction of Collectible Books will take place from Nov. 1 – Dec. 3 at the Library. Featured are many interesting and collectible books, including some signed, first and limited editions, and include titles such as:  Ninette: A Redwoods Idyll (1894) by John…

Sierra Madre Gets a Halloween Facelift
News

Sierra Madre Gets a Halloween Facelift

Halloween window painting contest winners announced Sierra Madre Civic is pleased to announce the winners of the Halloween Window Painting Contest that was held in downtown Sierra Madre on Oct. 26 and 27. Thank you to our sponsors who help put this annual event together: Accurate Financial Services, Bean Town Coffee House and Bakery, Best…

Lifeline for Pets: Two’s Company
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Lifeline for Pets: Two’s Company

Meet two-year-old sisters Ava and Lola. These bonded siblings are known for their sweet and loving nature. They are easily held, and love to be pet and sweet-talked. They will look at you with the most beautiful eyes, willing you to love them. Ava and Lola are being fostered at The Cats Pajamas. Call (626)…

Sierra Madre Crime Blotters: Oct. 23 – Oct. 27
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Sierra Madre Crime Blotters: Oct. 23 – Oct. 27

Oct. 23 Officers responded to a call in the 100 block of Santa Anita Court at about midnight of a disturbance by a male and female heard yelling at each. Following an interview of both subjects, officers determined there was no violation. Oct. 24 Sometime between 2:45 p.m. and 4 p.m., an unknown suspect(s) stole…

Cruising the Western Caribbean Aboard Holland America
Travel

Cruising the Western Caribbean Aboard Holland America

By Greg Aragon The Mayans lived in the area of Costa Maya between 200 B.C. and 900 A.D. During this period they traded goods, such as fabrics and jade, and built historic cities along the Mexican coast. Today the ruins of this fascinating ancient civilization remain scattered about the beautiful, ocean-front town. Earlier this year, while cruising through…

Safety First Can Keep Halloween Hazards From Haunting
Lifestyle

Safety First Can Keep Halloween Hazards From Haunting

Smart choices, planning and placement of decorations are the safest ways to prevent electrical and fire accidents By Paul Netter, Southern California Edison Your Halloween decorations might be considered the best, the scariest or even the most realistic looking. But are they the safest? If light strands or electrical cords are thrown into trees or vegetation near power…

Career Corner: Pick a Number, Any Number
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Career Corner: Pick a Number, Any Number

By Angela Copeland Sometimes, you want to feel like your work means something. You want to feel like a person who is performing a craft. You want to feel like a professional. Somehow, looking for a job can make you feel like a discount item on a shelf at a big box store. The salary…

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