Parade reaches 59 year marker

Western Days, always held during the annual Lakeside Rodeo, always includes the Lakeside Chamber of Commerce’s Western Days Parade. This year the parade is...

Final curtain for Grossmont College’s dance season

Grossmont College Dance Department is presenting its last dance concert of the season with “Entrances & Exits 2024, a faculty choreographed dance concert with...

Alpine cleanup coming

The Alpine/Viejas Fire Safety Council is hold­ing its Operation Chip Drop on May 18 on the Viejas Reservation at the Viejas Recreation Cen­ter from...

PASSING THROUGH

Inclement weather threatened viewers across a path 115 miles wide stretching from Texas to Canada to dampen the Great American Total Solar Eclipse on...

County receiving millions in federal storm aid

The Federal Emergency Management Agency and the California Governor’s Office of Emergency Services, along with other federal, state, and local partners, have undertaken a...

April brings focus to needs of veteran moms

Sixty-four percent of women veterans have one or more chil­dren, and of those that receive financial assistance, 52% are single parents. Every April, the...

Not a UFO – Falcon 9 rocket launch rewards sky-watchers

On Monday, April 1, at 7:30 p.m. Pacific Time, a Falcon 9 rocket launched from Space Launch Complex 4 East (SLC- 4E) at Vandenberg...

Wildlife best left outdoors despite appearances

Recently, four young coyote pups were brought to San Di­ego Humane Society’s Project Wildlife program, after being discovered under the deck of a home...

College district looks for savings through solar

With the expectation of sav­ing $43 million over 20 years, the Grossmont-Cuyamaca Com­munity District is going green with the startup of solar panels on...
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Regional chamber talks cross border solutions

The San Diego Regional Chamber last week held an international business affairs forum, Building an Innovative Workforce Through Com­rpehensives Immigration Reform, with featured speakers...