Lions and tigers and beers

Alpine Beer Company donated $2 from every ‘Oh my!’ lager sold throughout the month of August to Lions, Tigers and Bears animal rescue and...

Scout exerts an ocean of influence

Steele Canyon High School graduate Serena Ingram said she “always loved being on the water” so when it came time for her to develop...

Ranch camp teaches valuable skills

Working in special education for 23 years, Debbie Hunt discovered there are not many activities for children and young adults with special needs that...

Back to school, dealing with stress during a pandemic

Children of all ages are heading back to school, and many of them, along with their families are concerned about the safety of in-person...

Planning group to fill one of three seats

The Alpine Community Planning Group voted 6-3-1 to recommend Mary Kay Bouchard, out of three applicants to fill ACPG Seat #1. Darlene Cossio and...

Rodeo, parade return

Following in step with the Lakeside Rodeo, the Lakeside Chamber of Commerce is welcoming back its 56th Annual Western Days Parade in historic downtown...

Graduate focuses on space

Nolan Steinbuch has always dreamed of being an astronaut. The 17-year-old Alpine native recently graduated cum laude at St. Augustine High School with a...

‘Fog’ lingers but student’s life better a year later

On July 22, 2020 then 16-year old Brody Richardson was diagnosed with Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia. A little over one year later, the Granite Hills...

Adventure without limits, disabilities without boundaries

Limitless Adventures is a volunteer-led, nonprofit organization that provides outdoor recreational experiences for people with disabilities.Founder and Executive Director Patrick Firlik, 28, said the...

Adapting to pandemic was an opportunity to expand reach

Marsi Haney has been in her storefront operation for 15 years but it wasn’t until the COVID-19 pandemic struck that she established new ways...
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