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Titan basketball manager Mohammed Haroon has established himself as a valuable part of the team with his unique insight into the game and quiet wit inside the locker room.  Mitch Lehman Photo

Much More Than A Manager

Mohammed Haroon, ‘Captain Mo’ to the Titan Varsity Basketball team, plays a valuable role in collecting valuable data, dishing out wit.

San Marino resident Lee Baca speaks to students at San Marino High School in March, 2014. Mitch Lehman Photo

Baca Pleads Guilty

San Marino resident Lee Baca, former Sheriff of Los Angeles County, pled guilty to charges of making false statements to federal investigators.

LOUD AND PROUD: These seven members of San Marino High School’s Marching Band were given full marks for traveling on their own nickel to Sacramento to support the Titan football team in the CIF State championship football game in December. PICTURED ABOVE, left to right, are TOP ROW: Jeremy Trinh, Alex Hung and Keith Ng. FRONT ROW: Spencer Rooke, Julian Lehr-Bryant, Andy Lee and Claire Weinberger.  Mitch Lehman Photo

And the Band Played on…

With no plans for a trip to Sacramento, seven intrepid San Marino band members took it upon themselves to toot the Titans’ horns at State Championship Game.

Ferris Wheel is a C. japonica new in 2016.

Camellia Show & Sale

Visitors to the Camellia Show taking place Valentine’s weekend at the Huntington Library, Art Collections, and Botanical Gardens, can view the stunning new camellia ‘Ferris Wheel,’ a C. japonica boasting large white flowers with spokes of red that’s making its debut in 2016.

Titan basketball manager Mohammed Haroon has established himself as a valuable part of the team with his unique insight into the game and quiet wit inside the locker room.  Mitch Lehman Photo
Titan basketball manager Mohammed Haroon has established himself as a valuable part of the team with his unique insight into the game and quiet wit inside the locker room. Mitch Lehman Photo
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Much More Than A Manager

Mohammed Haroon, ‘Captain Mo’ to the Titan Varsity Basketball Team, Plays A Valuable Role In Collecting Valuable Data, Dishing Out Wit

The sport of basketball is rife with vibrant, outsized personalities, who personify the hip-hop culture and announce themselves at every turn

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Ex-Pharmacy Owner in San Marino Enters Guilty Plea in Medi-Cal, Medicare Scam

P.K. Lim Sentenced to One Year In Federal Prison for Role In Prescription Fraud

Huntington Pharmacy was often used by San Marinans for prescription needs until it closed in December 2011 after its owners were arrested for alleged health care fraud

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San Marino resident Lee Baca speaks to students at San Marino High School in March, 2014. Mitch Lehman Photo
San Marino resident Lee Baca speaks to students at San Marino High School in March, 2014. Mitch Lehman Photo
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Baca Enters Guilty Plea In Jail Corruption Case

San Marino resident Lee Baca, for 15 years the Sheriff of Los Angeles County, pled guilty on Wednesday to charges of making false statements to federal investigators and will be sentenced to six months in jail, though he probably will serve no jail time

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MAYA AL-SOUFI
MAYA AL-SOUFI
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SMHS Junior Al-Soufi Selected for Conference

Maya Al-Soufi, a junior at San Marino High School, has been selected to attend the 2016 Washington Journalism and Media Conference at George Mason University as a national youth correspondent

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LOUD AND PROUD: These seven members of San Marino High School’s Marching Band were given full marks for traveling on their own nickel to Sacramento to support the Titan football team in the CIF State championship football game in December. PICTURED ABOVE, left to right, are TOP ROW: Jeremy Trinh, Alex Hung and Keith Ng. FRONT ROW: Spencer Rooke, Julian Lehr-Bryant, Andy Lee and Claire Weinberger.  Mitch Lehman Photo
LOUD AND PROUD: These seven members of San Marino High School’s Marching Band were given full marks for traveling on their own nickel to Sacramento to support the Titan football team in the CIF State championship football game in December. PICTURED ABOVE, left to right, are TOP ROW: Jeremy Trinh, Alex Hung and Keith Ng. FRONT ROW: Spencer Rooke, Julian Lehr-Bryant, Andy Lee and Claire Weinberger. Mitch Lehman Photo
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And The Band Played On…

With No Plans for A Trip to Sacramento, 7 Intrepid San Marino Band Members Took It Upon Themselves to Toot the Titans’ Horns at State Championship Game

In a physical and musical sense, the seven young men and women were swallowed whole inside 21,195-seat Hornet Stadium on the campus of Sacramento State University at the CIF State championship football game

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Ferris Wheel is a C. japonica new in 2016.
Ferris Wheel is a C. japonica new in 2016.
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Camellia Show At The Huntington This Weekend

By Traude Gomez Rhine
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Visitors to the Camellia Show taking place Valentine’s weekend at the Huntington Library, Art Collections, and Botanical Gardens, can view the stunning new camellia ‘Ferris Wheel,’ a C

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PICTURED ABOVE, left to right, are seniors Ryan Cheng (Yale, tennis); Kelly Crowley (Holy Cross, soccer); J.P. Shohfi (Yale, football) and Devon Jack (Brown, tennis). Katie Chin Photo
PICTURED ABOVE, left to right, are seniors Ryan Cheng (Yale, tennis); Kelly Crowley (Holy Cross, soccer); J.P. Shohfi (Yale, football) and Devon Jack (Brown, tennis). Katie Chin Photo
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4 SMHS Athletes Ink Deals on NCAA National Signing Day

San Marino High School celebrated the futures of four athletes who will continue their athletic careers on college campuses.

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