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Ann Wilson of Heart Soars solo in Berkeley

BY DANIEL GLUSKOTER Since rising like a phoenix from the club scene of Seattle in the mid-70’s, Ann Wilson and her younger sister Nancy have sold close to 40 million albums worldwide on a journey that has brought them entry into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. But on ...

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Perez named preseason All-American by MaxPreps

By GERARDO RECINOS Martinez Tribune She’s already been named as one of the finalists for the Junior US Women’s National Softball Team, so what else could Briana Perez do to set up her exciting senior season? Be named to the MaxPreps 2017 Preseason All-American Team, for starters. Perez was the ...

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Bulldog tennis falls to Dons in opener

By GERARDO RECINOS Martinez Tribune Alhambra’s boys tennis team started off their preseason on a solid note, going 2-2 against some future league opponents. Despite the restructuring of the league, the Bulldogs will continue to face up against some of their past foes. The first official league match was played ...

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Young Bulldogs struggle with Campo

By GERARDO RECINOS Martinez Tribune The defending North Coast Section champion Bulldogs hosted the team they beat in the semi-finals on Tuesday night. But there was a big difference between the team that won last season, and the team that fell in straight sets on March, 7. Only two players ...

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Fire Marshall on fire extinguisher use

Fire extinguishers are helpful for immediate use on small fires. It’s important to understand that with proper training and education, fire extinguishers can save lives and property. Below you will read about how to choose the proper fire extinguisher, how to use it, and how to keep it maintained. Remember, ...

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Campbell: ‘When is enough, enough’ on Pine Meadow?

Dear Editor, I have closely followed the Pine Meadow Golf Course development. I follow Friends of Pine Meadow Facebook and articles and letters in the local newspapers and on social media. I am now aware to the omissions and selected material presented by Friends of Pine Meadow on social media.  ...

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Johnny Appleseed Day approaches

By NED MacKAY Special to the Tribune Johnny Appleseed isn’t just a figment of American folklore; he was an actual person. His real name was John Chapman. Born in 1774 in Pennsylvania, he became a pioneer nurseryman as an adult, establishing apple tree nurseries in Pennsylvania, Ohio, Indiana and other ...

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Police Blotter: March 1-7, 2017

By DANNY YOEONO Martinez Tribune The crime blotter is compiled from public record and is not confirmed by Martinez Police or any other party unless otherwise stated. Some accounts may be unfounded. Wednesday, March 1 An unknown person who likes crime continually unplugs shore power from boats in the marina ...

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County issues $99.8 million in bonds

Contra Costa County has closed a $99,810,000 lease revenue bond transaction as the result of an innovative agreement with Wells Fargo Bank. Roughly $9.7 million will fund capital projects within the County’s health services department, including its hospital and clinic system.  The remaining $90.1 million will be used to refinance ...

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