Readers can book it to the Alpine Library

The San Diego County Library system has switched back to walk-up, doorside services at all their locations including the Al­pine branch library. San Diego County...

Owner says Major’s won’t follow orders

San Diego County moved into COVID-19 purple tier restrictions on Nov. 14. A Pine Valley restaurant owner said he is refusing to follow the...

Kiwanis donates check for ‘miracles’ from a distance

“Well,” Kiwanian Ray Sopfe said with a sigh, “our Miracle Mile of Quarters fundraiser usually happens in May but we just couldn’t do it...

Flower sellers hopeful despite few fundraisers

The Alpine Soroptimists are now taking poinsettia pre-orders at Alpine Postal Annex and through the Soroptimist Interna­tional of Alpine FaceBook page for their annual...

Townson wins Jim Reiman Award

The San Diego Press Club honored Linda Rosas Townson, group publisher, San Diego Neighbor­hood Newspapers, with a special career recogni­tion award. On Oct. 27,...

Boulder Oaks student tests positive

On Oct. 15 a Boulder Oaks Elementary School parent informed the Alpine Unified School District their child test­ed positive for COVID-19. AUSD Superintendent Rich Newman...

Well, the cafe, is open in Alpine now

Cecilia Kennedy said she and her husband Alan Kennedy have been roasting coffee as part of their Alpine Coffee Roasters business for six years. On...

Quest still productive despite pandemic

Quest For the Cure Team leader Linda Cioffi said 2020 has presented “a few challenges” with the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic limiting social gatherings yet...

Race for school board

TELL US ABOUT YOURSELF JOHN SULLIVAN, 40: A Senior Day custodian in the in the La Mesa-Spring Valley school district, I’m also senior Vice Commander...

Revealing signs at Wright’s Field

Recently 20-year old Venture Scout Emily Holmes unveiled new educational signage she designed for 230-acre Wright’s Field. The two signs were kept hidden beneath white...
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