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Joanne McCloskey May 10, 2013 at 12:26 pm
These girls don't even go there anymore. How about current pics??
abc May 11, 2013 at 04:37 pm
This article makes it seem like anyone in the San Marino community could be a SMHS cheerleader.Read More Perhaps keep this type of news to school bulletin boards perhaps?
Sara Edwards April 16, 2013 at 12:32 pm
I lived in Boston for two decades and moved back to San Marino a few years ago to help my Mom. It isRead More a wonderful city and was not surprised to hear how everyone is pulling together there after this horrific senseless act of evil. One of my friends crossed the finish line twenty minutes before the explosion. Life is precious.
jpg April 16, 2013 at 02:33 pm
I hear that Ryan O'Connor is ok and finished safely an hour before explosions.
MarieSam Sanchez April 16, 2013 at 03:45 pm
thanks so much for that update! i couldn't get any confirmation on Ryan, so glad to hear he's OK.
Marian Thompson March 19, 2013 at 01:21 pm
Girls Varsity Soccer won the league championship and for the first time in the high school'sRead More history, were CIF semi-finalists!
Trisha Bowler February 3, 2013 at 01:46 pm
I re read the above article and didn't see a channel number. All I saw was CBS. Don't know whereRead More you live but the title of this page is called "Diamond Bar-Walnut" Patch and here CBS is located on Channel 2. You were rude to the editor!
ATC February 3, 2013 at 02:41 pm
Actually, Trisha, you are wrong about the title. This article is posted on multiple Patch pages. I'mRead More looking at it under the Banning-Beaumont Patch. I also assume that when Peter posted, the article DID have a channel #, which was removed after his post. It wasn't rude, it was simply pointing out a discrepancy in the article, which was then corrected. Thanks, Peter, for pointing that out to the editors.
terry ragland February 9, 2013 at 04:30 am
Maybe next superbowl they can put on a show with people thet have talent except a few dog's shackingRead More there huge ass's and they are not even that hot, and that's the best they have to offer, sad and sorry !!!!!
Eric Dee January 11, 2013 at 05:17 pm
PJM, this is a free enterprise system and as far as I know, no US laws have been broken. The realRead More issue here is as I and now others have mentioned, want the youth of our country following the lead of these players who have chosen to play outside the lines of the game. I only use the NFL seemed like and I still think it is as did MLB in the recent HOF voting results begin setting the bar for future players. I do not care if one has more legal liability than the other. One good example might be the labeling of cigarette packaging with the warning health labels..... now do you see, it really doesn't matter how it happens, just as the Surgeon General's warning is to try to prevent smoking and inherent damage that may occur, but it also in a sense allows the tobacco companies some if very limited liability from Suites of the legal variety. It's all good in my book, but not the use of Steroids in MLB!
None January 11, 2013 at 06:05 pm
When I see Major League Baseball, the NFL, the AFL, the NBA, the NHL and the NCAA publish andRead More enforce a real drug policy, I will believe someone has become serious about this issue. In the meantime I see a lot of posturing and worthless statements but little to no action. If we want to see our kids idolize people who use and condone the use of drugs, that is what we have now. It’s a sad commentary on what we have grown to accept.
jon April 5, 2013 at 03:44 pm
Cheaters should be hung!!!! Not famed .how can someone lie to the world for years and think they areRead More H.O.F ...joke .....makes me sick as a fan of baseball for 25. Years ..and i was watching a lie most of the time...