Sierra Madre Weekly

Cat of the Week: Digit
Columns

Cat of the Week: Digit

She’s purr-fect! Want the purr-fect cat? Look no further! Digit, age 6, a tabby and white female, is sweet and petite! Healthy too, and a polydactyl to boot! She’s already been a mama, and she was very good with her kittens. Just look at those gorgeous green eyes, as she seems to say, “Please adopt…

August 11 – August 17
Calendar

August 11 – August 17

EDITOR’S PICK Pasadena Convention Center (Aug. 12 & 13, located 300 E. Green St. Pasadena, CA 91101@9am-6pm) CatCon promotes cat-centric merchandise, adoption, and discussions amongst cat lovers. -PASADENA August 11 Arboretum Library Knitters and Makers (Aug. 11 @6pm- 8pm, 301 North Baldwin Ave, Arcadia) Participants are encouraged to bring their materials and fiber art to…

Sierra Madre Crime Blotters: Aug 2 – Aug 6
Featured

Sierra Madre Crime Blotters: Aug 2 – Aug 6

August 2 At about 4:09 p.m., officers responded to the 500 block of Lotus Lane regarding the theft of utility services and vandalism of the water main after water service was disconnected by the City. The water main was tampered with enabling water to the house. Case to Detectives, pending information from SMWD on when…

A British Millennial and American Politics
Opinion

A British Millennial and American Politics

  Making sense of the similarities and differences of Anglo-American politics By Tom Williams I feel that as a Millennial, trying to find your own opinions in politics is less possible than ever. My Facebook feed is full of propaganda, more than you’ll find in any newspaper, usually in favour of the opposition Labour party…

Cat of the Week: Benny Boy
Columns

Cat of the Week: Benny Boy

Looking for the purr-fect cat? Then here he is: meet Benny! Benny is age 5, and a very handsome all black, shorthair. He’s a clean-cut dude, super sweet, super loving, friendly, cuddly, healthy, and gets along with other kitties too! He does have a very easy to manage condition called FIV+, but he does not…

Reader Thankful for ‘Minimum Wage to Increase in L.A. County on July 1′ (June 29 Issue)
Letters to the Editor

Reader Thankful for ‘Minimum Wage to Increase in L.A. County on July 1′ (June 29 Issue)

Dear Editor, During my young adulthood, I earned minimum wages washing dishes, washing cars, scrubbing toilets, and mopping floors – and sadly, even less when unscrupulous entrepreneurs found ways to exploit their workers and pay them below the required minimum wage. As for myself, the daydreams I held throughout those years of struggle and drudgery…

Cat of the Week: Isabelle
Columns

Cat of the Week: Isabelle

Meet her and fall in love! Do you suffer from a cold lap? Isabelle will fix that! She’s a beautiful, dilute calico with gorgeous markings, and a sweet purr-sonality. She has so much love to give but no one to give it to! Isabelle is about one year old, and needs to be in a…

CAL FIRE Warns of Dangers as Holiday Weekend Approaches
News

CAL FIRE Warns of Dangers as Holiday Weekend Approaches

Fireworks safety urged for this Fourth of July With the Fourth of July holiday quickly approaching, CAL FIRE is reminding everyone to do their part to prevent fires and injuries caused by fireworks. Two out of five fires on the Fourth of July are caused by fireworks, more than any other cause of fires. The…

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