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East County to Become Less Reliant On Outside Water Sources

East County to Become Less Reliant On Outside Water Sources

Joseph Salcido, Deputy Editor May 2, 2022
East county will begin construction on a new water treatment plant this summer.
The Biggest Moments From the First Round of The 2022 NFL Draft

The Biggest Moments From the First Round of The 2022 NFL Draft

Joseph Salcido, Deputy Editor May 2, 2022

The NFL season is back, and it kicked off in Las Vegas on Thursday night with the first overall pick, Travon Walker, a defensive lineman out of Georgia, going to the Jaguars. Defense left its mark as the...

Health In Crisis

Health In Crisis

Liam Klingensmith, Staff Writer April 18, 2022

In the world we live in right now, one of the most pressing issues is the war between Russia and Ukraine. With all of the turmoil and pain going on in Ukraine, one would question the health and mental...

People Like Us

People “Like Us”

Katie Donivan, Staff Writer April 18, 2022

On February 24, Russia invaded Ukraine and sparked Europe’s biggest refugee crisis since World War II. While four million refugees fled to Poland, Romania, Hungary, and Slovakia, the rest of the world...

Independence Under Attack

Independence Under Attack

Joseph Salcido, Deputy Editor April 18, 2022

Understanding the war in Ukraine and the facts surrounding it seems like something that should be reasonably easy. But it almost becomes overwhelming with so many different views on how and why this is...

Refinery Issues and Rising Prices

Refinery Issues and Rising Prices

Joseph Salcido, Deputy Editor April 4, 2022
Refinery outages have caused massive gasoline price increases here in California.
San Diego County Residents Continue to Float the Bill

San Diego County Residents Continue to Float the Bill

Joseph Salcido, Deputy Editor February 25, 2022

It's no secret that SDG&E has been a thorn in the side of San Diego County residents for some time now. People are getting impatient, seeing their bills increase as much as 200 percent. Reports have...

The reverse osmosis membranes at the Claude “Bud” Lewis Carlsbad (California) Desalination Plant

The Pacific is Now on Tap

Joseph Salcido, Staff Writer December 15, 2021
San Diego boasts the largest and most advanced desalination plant in the nation.
Tim Patrick

He’s Done it Again

Joseph Salcido, Staff Writer December 11, 2021

Tim Patrick has made headlines yet again with a new four-year $30 million contract, and well deserved, if I might add.  Those who may not have read my piece back in early October on Patrick might want...

Free Menstrual Products Around San Diego

Free Menstrual Products Around San Diego

Jacqueline Colombo, Staff Writer November 14, 2021

Live Well San Diego has started a pilot project that involves making impressive changes, starting with getting easy access to free menstrual products for women all across the city. Say goodbye to those...

What’s Next for The San Diego Padres?

What’s Next for The San Diego Padres?

Jacqueline Colombo, Staff Writer October 27, 2021

SAN DIEGO-- Jayce Tingler, manager for the San Diego Padres, got released a year early from his three-year contract on Oct. 6. The Padres still do not have a new manager after releasing Tingler, but they...

Illustration by Larissa Simons

Fun, Food, and Frights at the Disneyland Resort

Makayla Hoppe, Deputy Editor October 14, 2021

Disneyland and California Adventure reopened its gates to the public on April 30. As the COVID-19 vaccine became widely available during the spring, people found their way back to the theme parks. Disneyland’s...

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