Viruses have holiday presence

California Health & Human Services Agency Secretary Dr. Mark Ghaly hosted a teleconference on Nov. 17 to address the triple threat of viruses people...

HISTORIC RECOGNITION

Alpine representative County Supervisor Joel Anderson (right) recently awarded former Gulls hockey player Willie O’Ree, the first Black player in National Hockey League history,...

Lions, tigers, bears and turkeys

With new additions to the sanctuary, some new rescued animals will be spending their first Thanksgiving Turkey Bash at Lions Tigers & Bears on...

Foundation evolves as do women warriors’ needs

June 12 was the 74th anniversary of the Armed Forces Women’s Integration Act, enacted in 1948 permitting women to serve as full members of...

Wreath ritual honors veteran’s memory

Wreaths Across America volunteers will be laying wreaths across veterans’ graves at nine different cemeteries across the county on Dec. 17 as they say...

Group IGNITES interest to run for public office

IGNITE is a non-profit organization which strives to increase political engagement among young women. San Diego County IGNITE fellow Tuulia Candido, 23, described how...

Guiding hands mark 25 years service to community

On Nov. 10, the Home of Guiding Hands, a nonprofit that serves individuals with developmental and intellectual disabilities in San Diego and Imperial counties,...

Grant provides millions for energy storage

The Viejas Tribe of Kumeyaay Indians received a $31 million grant from the California Energy Commission to deploy a cutting-edge, long duration energy storage...

More names added to growing ‘Wall of Honor’

Several new names were added to Alpine’s Veterans Wall of Honor this week with enough time for their granite tiles to set in place...

Giving thanks for the variety of happenings at local libraries

November is often marketed as a month for gratitude. The myth of Tom Turkey takes over preschool lessons, sometimes with a side of vivid...

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