Heat record for Thanksgiving Afternoon breaks

San Diego came within one level of tying the highest temperature ever recorded on Thanksgiving, topping out at 86 degrees on a day when records were broken or tied throughout the county. The status record for Thanksgiving is 87, a reading. The record might have been tied snapped, or even for onshore winds. As it […]

Sierra Club takes stand in support of Their initiative

OCEANSIDE — The Sierra Club North County Coastal Group recently issued an endorsement for the Oceanside SOAR initiative, which calls for a citizens vote on changes to open golf courses, parks, space and farmland. In its endorsement statement the team said the decision to support the initiative relies on the club’s policy to preserve agricultural […]

With tax reform and disaster relief, Trump 's plans don't add up

The difference between what candidate Donald Trump stated about the campaign trail regarding the funding, deficits and debt and what he’s doing as president is shocking — and alarming. The businessman who stated he could remove the then-$19 debt after eight years in office and national fiscal policies that don’t accumulate are embracing. On the […]

Carlsbad to Preserve, operate SDUHSD sports complex

CARLSBAD —┬áThe City Council last week approved a resolution to authorize lease Discussions with the San Dieguito Union High School District for the La Costa Valley Sports Complex. Strategies called for a school own the great deal on Calle Barcelona. However, decreasing enrollment forced the district based on Mick Calarco. The website includes vast amounts […]

Basketball preview: Teams preparing to defend titles

Poway, Rancho Bernardo and Maranatha Christian have this season to be defended by women basketball championships. And Del Norte is currently hoping to become a contender along the way. Poway maintained another Palomar League championship with an undefeated league season in 2017. “The women overachieved their expectations this past year by playing together as a […]

Lick the Plate: Jalisco Cantina — yet Another addition to Oceanside scene

As soon as I met Michael Brown a couple years back, Barrel Republic had just opened in Oceanside and I was surprised at how much thought he’d put to the menu at the job. It became evident that besides being a operations guy, his talents extended beyond that in the kitchen and his resume as […]

'Summer: intriguing conundrum that is musical is posed by The Donna Summer Musical '

“Summer: The Donna Summer Musical,” which opened Sunday at the La Jolla Playhouse and runs through Dec. 24, is neither the first nor the latest disco jukebox musical. Those distinctions visit, respectively, “Got Tu Go Disco,” which opened on Broadway at the Minskoff Theatre on June 25, 1979 (and shut five days afterwards), and “Xanadu,” […]

Shortfall in funds for dam repairs that are Desired

ESCONDIDO — Ten years after learning of the necessity to replace or repair the dam at Lake Wohlford, officials are hoping to raise the money. It’s a considerable sum — $45 million to $50 million — plus they are roughly halfway to it. Completion of this project would permit the city to put away roughly […]

Game is left by Kelvin Benjamin, may have Prevented injury

Bills wide receiver Kelvin Benjamin was hit on the ideal knee on a run left the match and it was announced that he would not return. By video, this seemed to be a hyperextension. There was, however. The best-case (and hoped for) scenario is a hyperextension sprain and potential bone bruise with ligaments spared. The […]

San Marcos Agency honors veterans for their service

SAN MARCOS — A little park in San Marcos served as the venue for a big-hearted ceremony recognizing the various donations of U.S. military personnel and their families on Veterans Day, Nov. 11. The big group of community volunteers and civic-minded taxpayers who convened at Helen Bougher Memorial Park to honor individuals who have served […]