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A year ago, Anthony Gordon graduated from Washington State University as a record-setting quarterback. His goal was to be drafted by a National Football League team, and depending which “draft expert” you listen to, he was expected to go between the fifth and seventh rounds. Unfortunately, h…

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Neighbors on Seaside Drive wanted a safe, but fun, Halloween activity this year. Lizelle Keane, along with the help of Cristal Barrera and Michelle Gray made it happen. It started with a socially distant parade as families walked the length of Seaside. Kids of all ages dressed as their favor…

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Join the treasure hunt The Pacifica Historical Society is hosting a “Discover Pacifica” treasure hunt from 1:30 to 4 p.m. on Sunday, Nov. 8. The event is held at the Little Brown Church, 1850 Francisco Blvd., and the cost is $25 per car. Prizes will be given to the top four finishers. Partic…

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E ver since his first football coaching job in 1968, Jack Burgett has had a stellar career spanning 50 years, during which he has earned numerous honors.  On Oct. 10, he added recognition to his portfolio: induction into the San Francisco State University 2020 Gridiron Hall of Fame. He joine…

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The races for a seat on the Pacifica City Council remain razor-close this morning, but semi-official results reported late Tuesday night show council veteran Sue Vaterlaus leading in District 1 with 52 percent of the vote and Tygarjus Twyrls Bigstyck leading by a similar margin in District 4…

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San Mateo County elections officials released the first results of the general election at 8:10 p.m. tonight. The vote count did not yet include any of those cast at vote centers or those dropped in boxes or mailed after Oct. 28. It was too early to call any local races. The next release is …

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On July 10, 2020, Shirley Kirkendall passed away at the age of 91 with family by her side in her Pacifica home, where she lived for 52 years. Being a longtime resident of a small town, Shirley was known by most and loved by many. Her willingness to always stop for a chat could make […]

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My name is Clay Lambert and I’m the editorial director of the Coastside News Group Inc. as well as the editor of your Pacifica Tribune. It’s a thrill and an honor to be writing to you today. As regular readers likely know by now, last week our California benefit corporation finalized purchas…

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Pacifica police issued a warning to the owner of a local yoga studio on Thursday after investigating claims that he was not abiding by county public health orders. An investigating officer reportedly saw that people inside the Pacifica Beach Yoga studio at 1615 Oceana Blvd. were not wearing …

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The San Mateo County coast’s first Public Safety Power Shutoff of the season is scheduled to begin at 8 tonight and last as long as 48 hours until Friday night, affecting nearly 1,700 residents countywide. None of the listed households are in Pacifica. PG&E maps indicate that the bulk of…

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The Rev. Thomas Nibbe Sunday, October 11, 2020 @ 11:00 a.m. …dedicated to Warren, Jan, Jim, Anna and Mike in recovery…Kelly and Chad, Patricia in their loss…“…but the wisdom that comes from heaven is first of all pure, then peace-loving, considerate, submissive, full of mercy, and good fruit…

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By Jane Northrop Staff Writer A movement has swept the country to remove statutes of former Confederate slaveholders who held positions of honor in their communities. In Pacifica, that movement is playing out with the statue of Captain Gaspar de Portola at the Pacifica Community Center in th…

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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 counties. ”San Mateo County is experiencing an elevated case rate that exceeds the state threshold. The county sees roots of community transmission related to s…

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Photo by Maryann Tomola This coyote gave the photographer a look on the back hill on Alicante. 

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By Sherman R. Frederick No one expects the Spanish Inquisition, as the classic Monty Python skit goes. The National Football League’s Washington Redskins found that out first hand when their team name — the Redskins — fell to the Inquisition of the Woke last week.  Not sure what the new name…

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Wayne Hare I’m black, and for years I’ve been saying that if you peel back a layer or two of anything, you find racism.  People usually just look at me with polite skepticism. And I get it. How do you explain racism when it is so subtle and ingrained that it became invisible to white […]

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Pacifica’s Rotary Club has made contributions to fund two projects that directly impact the health and well-being of first responders and Pacificans who have personally been impacted by the coronavirus pandemic throughout the Bay Area. The Rotary Club contributed $1500 and its Pacifica Rotar…

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She had become so lonelyin her self imposed exile sinceshe lost her job to “downsizing.” Imagined herself walking amongmany, unleashing her desires,wrapping them around the legsof unsuspecting pedestrians.She would do like a puppyand give them little love bites.She would do like a kitten and…

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On April 28 at about 7:25 p.m. Pacifica Police responded to a robbery call at the Walgreen’s pharmacy on the 500 block of Palmetto Avenue. Two men entered the pharmacy, confronted an employee and demanded oxycodone. The suspects scaled the pharmacy counter, took an undisclosed amount of oxyc…

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