Date: February 13th, 2019

Monrovia Delves Deeply Into Beer Brewing Bliss
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Monrovia Delves Deeply Into Beer Brewing Bliss

It’s the year of the ‘pig’s ear,’ my dear By Terry Miller and Susan Motander Ask any self-deprecating cockney in London what his beverage of choice might be, and you’d be hard pressed to find one who didn’t say, “Well, it’s a pig’s ear mate?” That definitive statement seems most appropriate now as it is,…

Monrovia Resident Harold Shellum Celebrates 100 Years
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Monrovia Resident Harold Shellum Celebrates 100 Years

By Terry Miller Former Army Air Corps Meteorologist, Harold Joseph Shellum was born Feb. 16, 1919 and yet he still swims twice a week at Monrovia’s YMCA. Perhaps this, and good genes, help Harold achieve this major milestone in life. On Wednesday, Shellum was treated to a birthday party put on by his extended family…

Monrovia Councilmember Gloria Crudgington Battles Oral Cancer
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Monrovia Councilmember Gloria Crudgington Battles Oral Cancer

Last week, Councilmember Gloria Crudgington shared with the community that she had been diagnosed with oral cancer.  The early stage tumor that was detected in her tongue was most likely caused by oral lichen planus, a rare autoimmune disorder, and a disorder that only rarely results in cancer. Of note, a comprehensive head to toe Positron…