Month: November, 2019

Divided by a Common Language
Opinion

Divided by a Common Language

OK, millennials … and now for something completely different By Terry Miller ­ Recently, a wonderful book arrived on my doorstep, “Divided by a Common Language.” As a British expat, I wanted to share with friends and colleagues the terms we use in the U.K. that here, across the Atlantic, mean something completely different. I…

A Fall Journey to June Lake, California
Travel

A Fall Journey to June Lake, California

By Greg Aragon Mammoth may be a more popular destination in California’s Eastern Sierra, but neighboring June Lake is just as beautiful and also offers unlimited outdoor fun and adventure, such as great fishing, hiking, skiing, sightseeing and more. Tucked at the base of 10,909-foot Carson Peak, the scenic little town and the 14-mile-long June…

Career Corner: Location, Location, Location
Columns

Career Corner: Location, Location, Location

By Angela Copeland In my lifetime, I’ve never seen a time where we were more divided as a nation. Oddly, the job search has also become geographically divided. It is becoming increasingly common for certain jobs to cluster in large cities within the U.S. You probably noticed it when Amazon picked their new headquarters. The…

Sierra Madre Resident Barry Gold Killed in Heartbreaking Accident; Gold was a write-in Candidate for Sierra Madre’s Municipal Election 2015
Featured

Sierra Madre Resident Barry Gold Killed in Heartbreaking Accident; Gold was a write-in Candidate for Sierra Madre’s Municipal Election 2015

Gold was a write-in Candidate for Sierra Madre’s Municipal Election 2015Former write-in candidate for Sierra Madre council election a few years ago was fatally struck by a van, November 4. He was taken to USC Keck Medical Center, where he was later pronounced dead, just a few days shy of his 75th birthday. Gold was…

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