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Alhambra successfully hosts first DAL dual

By JOEL TIMBRELL Martinez Tribune Just four days after the Martinez Relays, the Bulldog track team hosted another meet on their home turf this past Wednesday, March 15, against Berean Christian and Ygnacio Valley High Schools. The meet got started at 3:30 p.m. with the 4×100 relays, where Alhambra won ...

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Wondrusch medals twice at Eddie Hart

By JOEL TIMBRELL Martinez Tribune A small group of Alhambra track and field athletes made the 20 minute drive to Pittsburg High School last Saturday, March 18, for the 4th annual Eddie Hart Invitational. Hart, who is the 1972 4×100 meter relay Olympic gold medalist (and Pittsburg graduate), was in ...

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Park It: Cleaning up at Tilden Regional Park

By NED MacKAY Special to the Tribune There’s lots of variety in the free public programs scheduled in coming days at Tilden Nature area near Berkeley. First on the agenda is “Soapy Suds, DIY Cleaning Supplies,” from 2-3 p.m. on Saturday, March 25, hosted by interpretive student aide Brianna Contaxis-Tucker. ...

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Trouble on the Waterfront …

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Around 11 a.m. Saturday morning (March 18), the driver of this Nissan Altima drove into wetlands at the Martinez Marina. According to an onlooker, the driver, a young female, refused to unlock the car or shut off the engine. Police broke through the passenger-side rear window, retrieved the driver and ...

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Alleged mail thieves arrested

MARTINEZ, Calif. – Last Thursday afternoon, Martinez Police responded to a call about mail theft, which led to the arrest of two people. Around 12:53 p.m. Thursday, March 16, Police responded to the area of Tea Tree Court after receiving a call someone was prying a lock off a mailbox. ...

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National Park Service seeking members for Youth Corps

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MARTINEZ, Calif. – John Muir National Historic Site is seeking members for the 2017 Youth Conservation Corps (YCC) summer program. YCC provides an outdoor work experience that is safe, educational, and meaningful to young adults of all backgrounds. The purpose of the program is to help local youth, ages 15-18, gain ...

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‘I am proud of Congressman Thompson’

Dear Editor, I am proud of our District 5 Representative for condemning bans 1.0 and 2.0. It’s cruel to turn a deaf ear to those fleeing war zones, famines, threatening dictatorships,  and drug gang conscriptions. Our people are ready and willing to help and will deal with the hate-mongering. These ...

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