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Wednesday, February 20, 2019

Wild and Wise Women – Making Dreams Come True

Imagine if you had a magic wand that you could wave and flick so all your dreams would become your reality. We all have dreams and things that we desire in this life. In...

Career Transition: From Serving Tables to Welding

Andrea Cook, Theatre Enthusiast Becomes a Certified Welder Andrea cook, a former theatre major from Graham, Texas moved to California to start a new career. She enrolled in San Diego Continuing Education’s (SDCE’s) free welding certificate...


Easy to Grow Native Succulents: Two Yuccas

Scarce rain, spring through fall, causes people to think of San Diego as desert, using mostly exotic, drought tolerant succulents in their landscaping. If you enjoy succulent gardens, please consider our wonderful native succulents....

Will Campland Remain At Mission Bay?

Commentary The Mission Bay Park Master Plan, the City of San Diego’s Program Environmental Impact Report (PEIR), and many citizens are supporting the extension of the Kendall Frost Reserve at the northern edge of Mission...


Memorial & Tree Dedication in University City

Join neighbors and friends to remember and honor the four family members who died 10 years ago on December 8th 2008 as result of a military jet crash in UC. The F/A 18D Hornet lost...

I-5 Closures for Mid Coast Trolley Overpass Construction

Mid-Coast Trolley Bridge Will Span I-5 pr This month, crews will set temporary wooden structures, also known as falsework, to support the construction of the Trolley overpass spanning Interstate 5 (I-5) at Voigt Drive.  Starting Tuesday,...


A Chat with Bill Swank about Santa Claus & his book, Christmas in San Diego

As readers of the paper know Bill Swank has a column in the paper called "Squaremont".  What many may not know is he is a retired probation officer, a devout fan of baseball and...

Clairemont Hilltoppers Coach Mike Van Cleave Receives First National Chevy Cares Award

To quote the great Hall of Fame catcher Roy Campanella, "You gotta be a man to play baseball for a living, but you gotta have a lot of little boy in you, too." This is...


Promise Student Pursues Dream of Becoming a Paramedic

When John Warner was a high school senior, he never imagined he would go to college, let alone become someone who would be saving lives around the clock. The San Diego Miramar College graduate...

Open Registration for Spring Semester Begins Dec. 10 for Mesa, Miramar & City Colleges

Those interested in jump-starting their educational plans can begin as early as December 10th when open registration for the spring semester begins at the San Diego Community College District (SDCCD). The 16-week spring semester begins...