‘HISTORY IS NUANCED AND OUR STATUE IS NO EXCEPTION’ PORTOLA STATUE GIFTED IN COMMON BOND, NOT CONQUEST Editor’s note: This is a letter from the … [Read more...] about Pacifica Historical Society weighs in on Portola statue
By Sherman R. Frederick Encouraging neighbors to rat out neighbors for violating coronavirus rules turns me off. There, I said it. I don’t like … [Read more...] about Let’s hunt down mask scofflaws?
By Jane Northrop Staff Writer San Mateo County hit the state’s watch list for new Covid cases last week, joining all other Bay Area … [Read more...] about Pacifica schools will stay closed to begin the semester
I see dead people. … [Read more...] about Smile of the Day
David Hirzel/My Turn The current rush to tear down every statue of those who were once revered for their accomplishments could use a time-out and a … [Read more...] about David Hirzel: The complex lives of our past heroes
Dear editor, I just drove south then north on Palmetto Avenue and I counted 14 RVs and campers parked on both sides of the street. Some are … [Read more...] about Just fix it!
Linda Mar Beach at the beginning of August 2020.Photo by Bev Jacquemet … [Read more...] about Pictures of Pacifica
Maria Geise, a well known physical education teacher in Pacifica, and very good friend of our photographer Bev Jacquemet, enjoyed the day on … [Read more...] about Pictures of Pacifica
An effort to erect a memorial to honor fallen Pacificicans in foreign wars from Vietnam onward is underway. The project is sponsored by the American … [Read more...] about Memorial planned for fallen Pacificans
Barbara Loraine Morrow December 7, 1931 - June 24, 2020 Barbara passed peacefully at Adventist Health Sonora. Born in Flint Michigan, one of … [Read more...] about Barbara Loraine Morrow