Praise for the defiant

Congressman-elect Darrell Issa (right) praised El Cajon Mayor Bill Wells during a rally at El Cajon Centennial Plaza Monday. The event was a rally...

Registration open to families seeking guidance

A collaborative Families in Mo­tion program designed to help teens and their parents address current issues such as navigating through COVID, preventing human traffick­ing,...

Signs show way out of Alpine

Signs indicating emergency evacuation routes are being installed throughout Alpine. Greater Alpine Fire Safe Council Volunteer Diane Francis said the work is a collaboration between...

Covid surge puts strain on healthcare

Sharp HealthCare had more than 300 COVID-19 patients in its system as of Dec.7. About 116 of those are at Sharp Grossmont Hospital, just...

Alternate power sources during outages

San Diego Gas and Electric regularly shuts off power during high wind or extreme weather conditions to avoid fire risk from the combination of...

Don’t miss a beat during a power outage

Short-term power outages can be a minor inconvenience. A long-term power outage can cause a major disruption to daily life. The U.S. Energy Information Administration’s...

Grappling with the right or wrong of masks

The face mask has come to symbolize a political divide between citizens who say the practice infringes on their per­sonal rights and people who...

Seeing purple

The county of San Diego, including Alpine and the back country, remain in the purple tier of COVID-19 re­strictions, as mandated by the state. Under...

The connection between myocarditis, COVID-19 and sports

Life as the world knew it was put on hold in the winter of 2019-20. The outbreak of the novel coronavirus COVID-19 that began...

Boulder Oaks student tests positive

On Oct. 15 a Boulder Oaks Elementary School parent informed the Alpine Unified School District their child test­ed positive for COVID-19. AUSD Superintendent Rich Newman...

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