Tag Archives: Martinez CA

Seniors rally for a 2-0 win headed into playoffs

By GABE AGURCIA Special to the Tribune Alhambra baseball ended the regular season on a high note, defeating Las Lomas on Senior Night, May 19, with a 2-0 shutout. Runs were at a premium, and not many rallies were strung together by either team. The Knights came out strong, putting …

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Lady Dogs shine bright on senior night

By CLAIRE PULKOWNIK Martinez Tribune Alhambra’s seniors went out with a bang on their senior night on Thursday, May 19, with a 20-1 win over the Las Lomas Knights. The three seniors, Madeline Cervantes, Cara DiMercurio and Sam Whitworth, were all honored in a ceremony before they took care of …

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Alhambra continues to write history

By GERARDO RECINOS Martinez Tribune When athletes win title games, they celebrate. The scene is usually set in Las Vegas, New York City, maybe New Orleans. But when you’re 18, there’s really only one choice: Disneyland. The seniors on the boys volleyball team – nine out of the 15 players …

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D’Atri & Rios qualify for Meet of Champions after stellar NCS

By JOEL TIMBRELL Special to the Tribune After surviving the cutthroat DFAL Varsity Trials and Finals at Campolindo High School on May 10 and 13, the six remaining Bulldog qualifiers took part in last Saturday’s North Coast Section Tri-Valley Championships at Foothill High School. Four athletic leagues from the valley …

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City breaks ground on Phase 3 project

MARTINEZ, Calif. – A groundbreaking for Phase 3 of the Martinez Intermodal project took place last Friday. The project is a portion of the Martinez Intermodal Facility, which is a multi-phase, multi-million dollar project spanning over 20 years. The project began in 1994 when the City acquired the old railroad …

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Police blotter: May 17-20, 2016

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. Tuesday, May 17 It was reported at 5:38 a.m. that the driver’s side window of a vehicle on Likins Avenue was shattered, possibly …

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City honors memory of accident victims

By DAVID SCHOLZ Martinez Tribune Forty years have passed but frozen in time are the faces of the 28 Yuba City Union High School students who perished in a local horrific school bus crash that made international headlines. Black and white photographs adorned the permanent memorial at the Martinez Regional …

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Swimmers Duarte & Moore rep Bulldogs at State

By CLAIRE PULKOWNIK Martinez Tribune Alhambra junior Mackenzie Duarte and sophomore Tony Moore spent their weekend the way every high school swimmer dreams of, at the California State Finals in Clovis, California. The two qualified for state as they swam with their fellow Bulldogs at the North Coast Section on …

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Clampers assist in cemetery cleanup

By DAVID SCHOLZ Martinez Tribune MARTINEZ, Calif. – Grave marker No. 525 is back where it belongs. Like with the care of a newborn, the non-descript headstone was respectfully set and lovingly secured with dirt to its rightful original place among the numerous other unnamed souls of “God’s Acre’’ in …

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