Alpine Woman’s Club back in the business of giving

After a year of physical distanc­ing due to the COVID-19 pandem­ic, The Alpine Woman’s Club had a chance to present scholarships in person on...

Diana Pico used traditions for healthier community

Former Viejas Tribal Chairman Anthony Pico said his wife, Diana Pico, who was laid to rest on June 19 was dedicated to propagating health...

Air traffic still bothers some

In a narrative report prepared for the county of San Diego Department of Public works, prepared by P&D Aviation, a division of P&D Consultants,...

Eagles win Division III

The 2020-21 interscholastic season finally wrapped up June 26 with a Southern California regional championship for the Granite Hills High School base­ball team.The top-seeded...

Public can view 30-year traffic plan

The San Diego Association of Governments pri­mary public planning and transportation agency has been holding subregional open houses on the Draft 2021 plan, including...

‘Chuck’ succumbs to prostate cancer

Charles Howard Taylor, aka Chuck, 82, of Copperas Cove, Texas, went home to the Lord on June 7, 2021. Chuck passed peacefully at home...

Working to prevent mass shootings

Every time I read about a mass shooting somewhere in America, I ask myself: Was this tragedy preventable?The answer is usually yes. In most...

Tips for seniors in heat

It’s hot and temperatures will only continue to rise as we move further into the summer season. Most of us are feeling like Earth...

Thought for the Week: Kenosis

As we move through the month of July with the theme being “To Be Free”, we want to look at the topic of “Kenosis”....

Priest property hints at past

On Saturday morning, Back Country Land Trust Program Director Jon Green finally had a chance to show off a 15-acre stretch of land donated...
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