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RetirementApril 28, 2017 by Phillip Jackson (Register to contact)
After 41 years at ABC TV, I retired in 2013. This job was a result of taking the TV Production class from 1966-1969 with Mr. Robert Carroll. I worked on many ABC TV telecasts, sitcoms, news and sporting events which earned me 5 Emmy Awards. I owe this to John Muir and Mr. Carroll...To God be the Glory for the things he has done.
Mustangs UniteOctober 31, 2010 by Thomas Kinslow (Register to contact)
PUSD wants 2 close down ur Alma Mater please don't let them do this time 4 every mighty mighty Mustang 2 stand up & let them know they can't do this pass this on
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Pasadena Now... include: Altadena Arts Elementary School, Caltech Educational Outreach Center, Caltech Infrared Processing & Analysis Center, Carnegie Observatories, Gian Magellan Telescope, Huntington Library, Hyperloop One, John Muir High School Arts ...
Breaking: Pasadena Unified Tells Parents To Make Alternative Arrangements For Children Taken To School By First ...January 18, 2018 by Pasadena Now
Pasadena NowReports indicate union reps and striking drivers are blocking the bus facility near John Muir High School after bus drivers working for First Student, Inc., who provide all the bus service to Pasadena Unified, called a strike early Thursday morning ...January 17, 2018 by Pasadena Journal
Pasadena JournalOn December 14, 2017, Mentoring & Partnership for Youth Development (MPYD) hosted its annual Holiday Award Ceremony at the John Muir High School library. The purpose of the ceremony was to recognize students for their academic excellence and celebrate ...December 27, 2017 by Pasadena Now
Pasadena NowMiracle-Gro®, the Official Rose & Flower Care Company of the Tournament of Roses®, returns to Pasadena for the sixth year in a row, and today announced details for its 2018 float, titled '150 Years and Growing.' From whimsical pollinator gardens to ...December 26, 2017 by Pasadena Now
Pasadena NowOn Saturday, December 16th the Marshall Fundamental College Prep Cohort met for their 2nd Annual Toy Drive. The #2020 Cohort is a group of male sophomore students (Class of 2020), most who attend Marshall Fundamental Secondary School and a few from ...December 14, 2017 by Pasadena Now
Pasadena NowAndrew Lee Jackson was born to John Lee and Sadie Mae Jackson on October 30, 1951 in Stonewall, Mississippi. He was the fifth of seven children. The Jackson family moved to Pasadena in 1960, where he attended John Muir High School. Andrew worked as a ...December 11, 2017 by Pasadena Now
Pasadena NowPasadena Service Federal Credit Union has grown significantly in recent years. It's expanded its service charter to the greater San Gabriel Valley with additional branches in Vernon and Covina, provides financial literacy presentations throughout, and ...December 7, 2017 by Lasentinel
LasentinelIt was fun attended elementary school through high school with his nieces and nephews in Pasadena. I worked with Jackie's brother, Olympian Mack Robinson, when I served as President of the Pasadena National Association for the Advancement of Colored ...November 29, 2017 by The Pasadena Star-News
City Councilman and Rose Bowl Operating Company President Victor Gordo laid out Jackie Robinson's Pasadena education: First, he attended Cleveland Elementary School, then Washington Middle School, John Muir High School, Pasadena Junior College and ...November 29, 2017 by Pasadena Now
Pasadena NowLatin-inspired Vallarta Supermarket celebrated its grand opening at the southwest corner of Orange Grove Boulevard and North Fair Oaks Avenue today with Oscar de la Hoya, founder Enrique Gonzalez, Sr. and other luminaries in attendance. The festive ...
Local High School Students Experience the Dangers of Distracted Driving With Help From a Virtual Reality SimulatorNovember 8, 2017 by Pasadena Now
Pasadena NowThe virtual reality simulator is just one tool in AT&T's “It Can Wait” Campaign and is the most popular in helping show first hand the dangers of smartphone distracted driving through an immersive virtual reality experience. Monday's presentation marks ...November 5, 2017 by Pasadena Now
Pasadena NowAccomplishment(s): Stephens did his part and then some in Muir's 33-21 victory over crosstown rival Pasadena on Friday night at the Rose Bowl in the Turkey Tussle. Stephens rushed for 135 yards on 12 carries. The senior scored twice, including a 75 ...November 4, 2017 by Pasadena Now
Pasadena NowStephens rushed for 135 yards on 12 carries, and he scored twice, including a 75-yard TD to give Muir a 13-9 lead. Stephens also earned the game's MVP (Austin Lacy Award). Brian Love was an efficient 9 of 12 for 174 yards and two TD passes. Love's ...November 2, 2017 by Pasadena Now
Pasadena NowIn keeping with the tradition that spans seven decades, Pasadena High School and John Muir High School will send their football teams to fight for school honor, bragging rights and the Victory Bell at the annual Turkey Tussle football game Friday night ...November 1, 2017 by The Pasadena Star-News
The Pasadena Star-NewsArcadia's Rolandiss Whitener (1) races through Muir's defense as he makes his way to the end zone during a prep football game at John Muir High School in Pasadena Calif. on Friday, Sept. 22, 2017. (Correspondent photo by Trevor Stamp). By Fred Robledo ...News headlines by Google News
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