Fundraiser will be return of in-person gala

Lions Tigers and Bears is holding its annual gala in person on May 21 after two years of hosting virtual events due to COVID-19....

Waterwise and Butterflies back from COVID moratorium

Alpine Garden club held its annual Water Wise and Butterflies event on May 7 in the garden at Christ the King Episcopal church, the...

Scholarship applications accepted

The Alpine Woman’s Club Scholarship, Preservation and Education Foundation is still seeking scholarship applications from graduating high school seniors who reside in Alpine. In addition...

Historical spring clean ahead

Alpine Historical and Conservation Society is gathering volunteers to participate in the I Love a Clean San Diego Creek to Bay clean up event...

Scheduled talk buzzing with history of bees in East County

Backyard beekeeper Richard Edwords and Radio Personality Coe Lewis will be presenting an East County series of talks loosely called The Richard and Coe...
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Wild time on the menu

Animal sanctuary Lions Tigers and Bears is hosting a Turkey Bash Nov. 26-27 where guests can watch the lions, tigers and other rescued cats...

Historical Society tackles archives

With the pandemic shutting down the Alpine Historical Society and now only available to the public for a few hours a month, Society members...

Wagner takes the helm at O’Farrell Charter

Alpine resident Cynthia “Cindy” Wagner was appointed as superintendent of The O’Farrell Charter Schools, a community-based institution in Southeastern San Diego that includes The...

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...
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