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2020…What a Year
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2020…What a Year

Our staff photographer, Terry Miller, shares some of his images from the past year which may illustrate the difficulties we all face. From Fires and Protests to the Pandemic…each image tells a different story.

Victor Gordo Becomes  Pasadena Mayor Monday
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Victor Gordo Becomes Pasadena Mayor Monday

Presentations and recognition of service for outgoing Pasadena Mayor Terry Tornek and Councilmember Margaret McAustin will take place Monday afternoon.  Followed by administering of Oath of Office to Mayor Victor Gordo, Councilmember Tyron Hampton, Councilmember Felicia Williams, Councilmember Gene Masuda, and Councilmember Steve Madison. The City Clerk will submit the election results and canvass of…

Apparent Landslide for Measure P in Pasadena
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Apparent Landslide for Measure P in Pasadena

The City Council in July unanimously approved placing Measure P on the ballot. It was the council’s reply to a class-action lawsuit alleging that Pasadena Water and Power had overcharged customers to guarantee there is money available to transfer to the general fund. As of Wednesday morning, 84 percent of Pasadena voters gave two enthusiastic thumbs up for…

What’s Going on in Pasadena?
Opinion

What’s Going on in Pasadena?

Opinion by Terry Miller Marvin Gaye’s superb and deeply moving song “What’s Going On” is perhaps more pertinent now than when it was released in the year of my graduation, 1971. Evoking the hope that we can overcome hate with love, Gaye’s wistful voice asks each of us to find a way to end brutality…

Election Day Concerns; Local Cities Monitoring
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Election Day Concerns; Local Cities Monitoring

78 million Americans have already voted, putting the U.S. on pace to witness its highest-turnout election By Terry Miller The city of Pasadena, like all San Gabriel Valley cities, is preparing for voters to not be intimidated thus ensuring a positive and peaceful public experience of the most important right, the right to Vote. The…

City of Pasadena Removes Memorial for Anthony McClain
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City of Pasadena Removes Memorial for Anthony McClain

By Terry Miller With increased tension among neighbors, police and Black Lives Matter supporters, a makeshift memorial for Anthony McClain was removed Tuesday by Pasadena Public Works. McClain was shot and killed by Pasadena police on Aug. 15 after a routine traffic stop. The controversial move is on the heels of increased activity in the…

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