County vax rate near 90 percent

With the Center of Disease Control’s approval of the Pfizer COVID- 19 booster shot on Friday, the County held a press conference on Sept....

Fire council president alarmed by COVID rates

Greater Alpine Fire Council President Neville Connell has been tracking publicly available COVID-19 case data related to Alpine and published by San Diego County’s...

Understand your consumer rights before you buy

You never know when life – or a manufacturer – might throw you a lemon. That’s why consumers should understand what warranties will and...

Suicides down in county; crisis resources still available

Suicide is the leading cause of death in San Diego County. The San Diego County Suicide Prevention Council and the Community Health Improvement Partners, along...

D.A. raises alarm about increase over fentanyl related fatalities

A recent Day of Action event was hosted by San Diego County District Attorney Summer Stephan to bring public awareness to an increasing fentanyl-related...

Masks required

The California Department of Public Health requires schools to mandate masks on campus. ALPINE UNION SCHOOL DISTRICT FIRST DAY OF SCHOOL: AUG. 18 MASK POLICY: All...

County: Be ready for wildfire risk

The San Diego County Board of Supervisors July 13 approved spending $2.5 million on roadside vegetation management, followed by a July 16 Wildfire Preparedness...

Vaccines available

Comprehensive Medicine Cali­fornia Urgent Care has a supply of COVID-19 vaccines available here in Alpine. Part-owner Brian Peterson said they have been given a steady...

Mountain lion killed farm animals

A necropsy has determined that numerous farm animals found dead in Alpine on Feb. 19 were likely killed by a mountain lion and not...

County makes positive strides against pandemic

San Diego Board of Supervisors Chair Nathan Fletcher held the State of the County address from the coun­ty’s Emergency Medical Operation Center on Feb....
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