Terry Miller

Possible Voter Suppression Concerns U.S. Attorney, Local Officials
News

Possible Voter Suppression Concerns U.S. Attorney, Local Officials

By Terry Miller In recent weeks and months there has been a huge amount of attention on possible voter suppression for the upcoming general election Nov 3. In the emergence of the Trump administration falsely suggesting that mail-in voting is rife with fraud, reports of intimidation at early voting centers, and fires at official ballot…

Teachers Unions Vehemently Oppose Schools Opening Too Soon
Education

Teachers Unions Vehemently Oppose Schools Opening Too Soon

Many unanswered questions, lack of details as some districts rush to return By Terry Miller As school districts across California attempt to physically return to classrooms, a “woeful lack of planning for COVID-19 testing, tracing and prevention is putting educators, students and our communities at serious risk of contracting a virus that has already killed more than…

Contentious Los Angeles County District Attorney Race Heats Up
News

Contentious Los Angeles County District Attorney Race Heats Up

Lacey loses L.A. mayoral support By Terry Miller Aside from the 2020 presidential race, there are countless heated debates going on in every city and county in the land. In Los Angeles County, the most heated race is for the powerful position of district attorney. With the colossal challenges facing Los Angeles County, a high-profile…

Effort Underway to Save Historic Adams Pack Station Post Bobcat Fire
News

Effort Underway to Save Historic Adams Pack Station Post Bobcat Fire

By Terry Miller Arcadia resident and environmentalist Cameron Stone became well-known to the community several years ago when he helped spearhead an ambitious bid to save the Arcadia woodlands with a group known as the Arcadia Four in 2011. Tree-sitters John Quigley, Andrea Bowers, Julia Jaye Posin, and Travis Jochimsen were arraigned Feb. 18, 2011…

Is Antitrust Scrutiny Worrying Big Tech?
Business

Is Antitrust Scrutiny Worrying Big Tech?

By Terry Miller It seems that Silicon Valley has master plan to dominate the global news market and there is increased congressional interest in keeping these tech giants at bay. The House Judiciary Committee announced in June a “top-to-bottom” antitrust investigation into digital competition issues. Buying and selling news has never been easier, at least…

What You Need to Know About Voting in California
News

What You Need to Know About Voting in California

President Continues to Attack Mail-in Ballots, By Terry Miller With election day about one month away, the country is deeply divided on not only the candidates but also on the huge number of issues facing this enormously difficult and divisive year. California is automatically mailing ballots to those citizens who registered to vote this year,…

First Phase of Le Meridien Taking Shape Across from Santa Anita Park
News

First Phase of Le Meridien Taking Shape Across from Santa Anita Park

By Terry Miller Two plus years have passed since the initial ceremonial groundbreaking of one of Arcadia’s largest hotel projects ever approved by council, Le Meridien by Marriott. The five-story building on the site formerly occupied by the Santa Anita Inn was set to open in the first quarter of 2020. Apparently, there have been…

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