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Alhambra capitalizes in road victory

By GERARDO RECINOS Martinez Tribune Blustery conditions don’t make for very attractive soccer games, but while the weather in the air was bitter cold Monday night, the temperature on the field was always rising. It was a classic case of a referee who had lost control of the game, but …

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Martinez businessman charged in illegal alcohol operation

By DONNA BETH WEILENMAN Martinez Tribune A months-long investigation of an illegal alcohol operation at a Concord business led to the arrest of a Martinez businessman and the confiscation of more than 40 illegal unregistered firearms as well as two stills, John Carr, spokesperson for the California Department of Alcoholic …

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Lady Bulldogs beaten by rival Falcons in tight game

By GERARDO RECINOS Martinez Tribune For 27 minutes and 30 seconds College Park kept the Bulldogs at bay, then things were all squared. That lasted 17 seconds as the Falcons held their lead over the final four-plus minutes for the win. College Park came to Alhambra’s gym and shut down …

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Young team sets sights on old goals

By GERARDO RECINOS Martinez Tribune We’d all like to believe that at our respective jobs, those with the most experience are given the opportunity to be promoted. While that may not always be the case, at Alhambra it is. With the recent hiring of Jason Bautista as the varsity girls …

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Lady Dogs find net nine times in win

By GERARDO RECINOS Martinez Tribune The pitch at Knowles Field on Monday night resembled a shooting gallery during the varsity girls soccer game against De Anza. The Lady Dogs fired in nine goals in a huge victory. Their 9-1 win over the Dons from De Anza is their biggest of …

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New air quality rules target area refineries

By DONNA BETH WEILENMAN Martinez Tribune Rule changes up for hearing and vote Wednesday, Dec. 16, would tighten regulations of San Francisco Bay Area refineries, including two in Martinez. The Bay Area Air Quality Management District (BAAQMD) will give supporters and opponents an opportunity to speak during a public hearing …

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‘Road Map to the Night Sky’ program set for Saturday

By DONNA BETH WEILENMAN Martinez Tribune MARTINEZ, Calif. – Martinez stargazers can get a guided tour of the night sky Saturday, Dec. 12, at John Muir National Historic Site. During “Road Map to the Night Sky,” a free, 90-minute program, park rangers will help visitors learn to spot constellations, said …

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Alhambra draws on the road to Berean

By GERARDO RECINOS Martinez Tribune Tuesday afternoon’s varsity boys soccer opener was a tale of two halves. It included a dominant but wasteful first half, two second-half goals, four yellow cards and one red card. All that mayhem aside, Rory Gentry’s boys will have walked off the field kicking themselves …

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Las Posadas returns to John Muir Site

By DONNA BETH WEILENMAN Martinez Tribune MARTINEZ, Calif. – For the third year in a row, the Martinez Adobe at John Muir National Historic Site will be the place to celebrate Las Posadas in a bilingual program of music, pageantry and children’s games. As in the past, the highlight of …

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