The Peterson Principle

Tim Peterson

June 27, 2013
Filed under Peterson Principle, Schools, The ' Mid ' Sports

Okay, LeBron James is great, the Miami Heat proved they are the best team in basketball, and its time for the “big three” in San Antonio to be broken up. Now, is it football season yet? Well it is but just a couple more notes... Read more »


Joe Torosian

June 27, 2013
Filed under Joe T's Scoreboard, Schools, The ' Mid ' Sports

" We have an old saying in Delta;  Don’t get mad, get even.”---Otter... Read more »

Turn and Face The Strange Changes

Joe Torosian

June 27, 2013
Filed under Schools, The ' Mid ' Sports

In another time one coaching change per off season, maybe two was the norm. Now, however, with budget cut backs and economics determining so much in high school athletics each season comes with a wave of change. The off season... Read more »

Rosemead offers 5K Parade Floats Fun and Fireworks for the 4th of July

David Montgomery-Scott

June 27, 2013
Filed under Cities, News

The City of Rosemead literally has something for everyone as part of its annual 4th of July celebration. The event begins with the City’s first-ever 4th of July 5K at 8:00 a.m. The run begins and ends at Rosemead Park, 4343... Read more »

San Gabriel’s Kid’s Day and 4th of July Parade

Tom Boecking

June 27, 2013
Filed under Cities, News

The festivities of San Gabriel’s Kid’s Day and Fourth of July Parade will unfold on Thursday, July 4 in the historic San Gabriel Mission District. The community is invited to participate in this family-friendly event, which... Read more »

El Monte Helps Out with Summer Food Program

Chelsea Dickerson

June 26, 2013
Filed under Cities, Events, Local Events, News

El Monte will once again host the Summer Food Program, which provides free and nutritious meals to children, ages 18 and younger, at various park sites throughout El Monte. The purpose of the program is to ensure all children... Read more »