Month: February, 2018

Monrovia Boys Soccer Has Strong Season
Sports

Monrovia Boys Soccer Has Strong Season

By: Spencer Stueve The boys soccer team is one of the best teams on campus at Monrovia High School.  The Wildcats are coached by Michael Williams, and like they have done in so many years under Williams’ guidance, the Wildcats just keep winning. MHS finished the regular season once again atop of the Rio Hondo…

She’s’ So Sweet!
Columns

She’s’ So Sweet!

Themba pronounced “Temba,” is a 3-yr old sweet beauty! She used to only be on our “Shy Cats” page; however, our wonderful socializers have been working with her and now may be the time to feature her as available for adoption or fostering. She is not hiding much, and is appearing more, and seems to…

Two More Microbreweries Are Being Proposed in Monrovia
Community

Two More Microbreweries Are Being Proposed in Monrovia

By Susan Motander According to Community Development Director, Craig Jimenez, two more microbreweries are looking to open here in Monrovia. The two are looking to open next door to one another on West Maple Avenue. Both are looking to manufacture small batch brews and both plan to have small tasting rooms at the facilities when…

The First Date. Who Pays for What?
Opinion

The First Date. Who Pays for What?

By Hedda Muskat “In my opinion the best thing you can do is find a person who loves you for exactly what you are. Good mood, bad mood, ugly, pretty, handsome, what you have, the right person will still think the sun shines out of your ass. That’s the kind of person that’s worth sticking…

Career Column: Love Your Job
Opinion

Career Column: Love Your Job

By Angela Copeland The month of love is upon us again. Happy Valentine’s Week! It always happens just after we create our latest New Year’s resolutions. We’re often still thinking about career goals, and future plans. All these goals bring up an important question. Do you love your job? If the answer is no to…

Monrovia Coordinating Council looking for outstanding young people
News

Monrovia Coordinating Council looking for outstanding young people

Each year the Monrovia Coordinating Council honors an outstanding young person with its Youth Recognition Award. This is given to a Monrovia resident enrolled in 6th through 12th grade to recognize outstanding humanitarian/altruistic efforts in which the nominee engaged in selfless actions for the benefit of others. An individual or a group of young people can be…

Cayucos by-the-Sea Welcomes Spring with Sea Glass Festival
Travel

Cayucos by-the-Sea Welcomes Spring with Sea Glass Festival

By Greg Aragon California’s majestic Central Coast is speckled with hidden gems lining the Pacific Ocean and none shine brighter than the tiny town of Cayucos by-the-Sea. This is especially true in spring, when the temperature rises, flowers blossom along the hillsides and the city hosts its annual Sea Glass Festival. Located off California Highway 1, halfway between…

Monrovia Unified Celebrates 100th Day of School with Grandparents Day, Reading 100 Books
Education

Monrovia Unified Celebrates 100th Day of School with Grandparents Day, Reading 100 Books

Monrovia Unified School District celebrated its 100th day of school with lively classroom and community activities, from having students imagine what they would look like when they turn 100 to kindergartner’s playing number games rooted in 100 on Jan. 30. These events gave the opportunity for schools to showcase their students’ successes and progress while…

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