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Diane Austin
· August 15, 2017
It's not like it used to be. I miss the old every Wednesday morning paper that took all morning to read. Now it takes only about 10 minutes. Not enough meat in it!
Edward Sawacki
· October 5, 2017
The paper used to be good but now its a Trump bash. What happened to journalistic integrity? You are supposed to not let your personal view effect you're reporting.
Pacifica Fisherman
· November 16, 2017
Great newspaper to keep up with the news in Pacifica. I love the police log. Keep up the good work!
Jim Crotty
· April 6, 2016
I haven't lived in Pacifica for 7 years now, but love to read the Pacifica Tribune by mail here in Puerto Rico. We retired, and couldn't afford to stay in town as retirees. Our sons, who grew up in to...wn, are also not there anymore. We have good friends who we will visit when we can; we were involved in the community and still care about the town. That being said, I just received our renewal bill from the new owner (Marinscope). The renewal rate went from $38.00 for 12 months to $59.00 per year! The new owners just drove off a loyal reader. See More
Kathleen Courtney
· March 31, 2017
We are fortunate to HAVE a local paper. I use it to get my information about the community happenings, festivals, art shows, plays, fundraisers, etc etc. I LOVE having a local paper, no matter how small.
Leontine Fox
· June 15, 2015
Our town paper is wonderful when we receive it .But when you don't receive it like I've experienced this several times, and you phone the circulation dept. Plus leave messages . They never call you b...ack or send you your paper. This is very rude. See More
David Dolloff
· January 10, 2017
We cancelled our subscription. A neighborhood newspaper ruined by the new rather right-wing and not very bright publisher. Now it is just awful.
Kel Harrington
· October 7, 2015
I LOVE TO BE UP TO DATE WITH PACIFICA MY HOME TOWN !!!!
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A CUT ABOVE ... BARBER FRANK NASH TO RETIRE TOMORROW Frank Nash has been cutting hair for 57 years in the same spot in the Manor, and will retire from Coastside Barber Shop tomorrow after 64 years in the hair-cutting business. A free lunch is set up outside the shop today, and they even had entertainment. Many longtime customers are stopping by today .. his 83rd birthday. He he is pictured and on video cutting Dave Conway's hair, a 30-year customer, today. Congratulations Frank. Photos by Rob Devincenzi
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Every year the Pacifica police and fire departments practice scenarios that would bring them to a school in case of what they refer to as an “active shooter.” This year,
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A driver has been arrested after fleeing the scene of a collision with a pedestrian in unincorporated San Mateo County early Monday morning, according to the California Highway Patrol.
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It was the best overall summer in recent history for the Terra Nova boys’ varsity basketball team, who finished the campaign at 12-6.
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Huong (Nguyen) Nieves tells the story of her last days in Saigon in 1975.
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Prime girls’ basketball is peaking at the right time, winning two consecutive tournaments leading up to the late July NCAA Viewing Period.
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The world’s biggest rugby tournament is coming to San Francisco next year. And right in the middle of it is Pacifica’s own Danny Barrett.
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Anglers are advised to avoid eating channel catfish and limit their consumption of black bass and rainbow trout caught in the north lake at San Francisco’s Lake Merced because of
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California Attorney General Xavier Becerra plans to seek an injunction blocking the proposed sale of a Martinez petroleum terminal to Valero Energy Corp.
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Human males have occasional visions of the good old days, running through the African veldt wearing a loincloth and a spear, chasing down a darting eland for dinner. This is
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Anyone else struck by the cold embrace of San Francisco city leaders of the mandate for legal marijuana?
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San Francisco supervisors have begun what is likely to be a series of difficult conversations around the legalization of recreational marijuana with the approval of legislation creating a new Office
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Photographers, get ready to enter all your great pictures to the 2017 Fog Fest Photography Contest.
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Updates from the Pacifica Chamber of Commerce by chamber president Victor Spano.
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The World Dog Surfing Championship takes place Aug. 5 from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. at Linda Mar State Beach. Attendance is free.
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