Month: June, 2018

Meet Arcadia’s Coach: Andrew Policky
Sports

Meet Arcadia’s Coach: Andrew Policky

By Aaron Valdez While the majority of students and faculty are enjoying their summer vacation, Head Coach Andrew Policky and the Arcadia football team are back to work in preparation for the 2018 season. It’s a great time to be a fan of Apache football as Policky, who is entering his sixth year at Arcadia’s…

Arcadia Senior Powerlifter Presses 285 Pounds
Community

Arcadia Senior Powerlifter Presses 285 Pounds

The 26th Annual Pasadena Senior Games Powerlifting Championships in Arcadia was covered by ABC7 News on their evening news. There were some amazing lifters including 86-year-old George Barry from Ventura who bench-pressed 130 pounds. It was 20 pounds more than he lifted last year when he was 85. Winning the Harry Sneider Women’s Best Lifter…

Arcadia PD Responds to Exhibition of Speed
Crime

Arcadia PD Responds to Exhibition of Speed

On June 24 at approximately 1:20 a.m., officers from the Arcadia Police Department responded to the area of Duarte Road and Baldwin Ave. regarding numerous vehicles obstructing the intersection and driving recklessly. Officers were able to disperse the large crowd, which drove northbound on Baldwin Ave. and proceeded eastbound on the 210 Freeway. California Highway…

Arcadia Stake Celebrates America
Arts & Entertainment

Arcadia Stake Celebrates America

By Galen Patterson The annual Celebrate America choral performance took place on June 23, in the Arcadia Stake of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. The welcoming ceremony began with Bishop Mike Miller of the Arcadia Stake graciously thanking his guests for their attendance, while the audience sat in silence. With the presentation…

Arcadia Crime Blotters: June 18-23
Crime

Arcadia Crime Blotters: June 18-23

June 18 Shortly before 9:34 a.m., an officer responded to a residence in the 2400 block of Doolittle Avenue regarding a burglary report. The officer discovered unknown suspect(s) smashed a rear sliding glass door and entered the residence sometime between June 14 and June 18th. The loss is unknown. The investigation is ongoing. Around 4:37…

Panama City Melds Old World Splendor with Modern Influence
Travel

Panama City Melds Old World Splendor with Modern Influence

By Donna Polizzi Panama City was beyond expectations. If you’re looking for a luxurious boutique hotel in Panama City, book the La Concordia, in Casco Viejo. The architecture is stunning. It is triangular in shape and situated at the helm of a busy intersection.  Montecito Village Travel recommended it for being placed in the midst…

The Craft Distillery that Could: Stark Spirits
Business Spotlight

The Craft Distillery that Could: Stark Spirits

By Emily G. Peters Stark Spirits is the first certified craft distillery of its kind in Pasadena. Its course to existence has been anything but smooth—but shares that characteristic resilience with its owners, Greg and Karen Stark. “There’s just the two of us to run this distillery, and our products are entirely handcrafted,” said Karen…

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