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Places to live becoming harder to find

In a recent study from the Southern California Rental Housing Association Spring 2022 Vacancy and Rental Rate Study showed a dramatic decline in the...

Fire consumes nearly 600 acres

A vegetation fire broke out in the backcountry on June 13 and spread to 577 acres by June 14. The incident, which CalFire named the...

Foundation provides support for women veterans

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

Job training available for youths eyeing ‘Green’ jobs

With a $20,000 grant awarded between The San Diego Foundation and the county’s Amplifying Systems of Support for Youth Career Readiness and Employment program,...

Attic sales for scholars

Clothes, jewelry, collectibles, and buried treasures are coming to Alpine as the Alpine Woman’s Club is holding its eight annual Attic Treasures Fundraiser June...

‘Live Your Dream’ provides financial, emotional support

Soroptimists International of Alpine Secretary Patty Tweed described the Live Your Dream awards as helping women who are head of household improve their family’s...

Pandemic grieving

With COVID-19, due to lockdowns, social distancing, all those restrictions put in place to prevent the spread of disease, bereaved people may not have...

List of names grows on Wall of Honor

Seventeen new veteran’s names were added to the Wall of Honor- in conjunction with Memorial Day. The memorial which encircles the fountain outside the Community...

Volunteers needed for in-person July 4 party

Alpine Community Center Executive Director Shane Greer said they will be holding an in-person Fourth of July celebration for the first time since 2019...

Water purification process advances

On June 1, elected official, water industry leaders and city representatives’ broke ground on the East County Advanced Water Purification Program at the future...
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