Dec. 1, 2020

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As the San Dieguito Union High School District prepares to return students to campus one day a week starting on Jan. 4, it faces challenges of staff attrition and concerns about the safety of returning to in-person school while the pandemic surges nationwide.

Betting handle is up despite fewer dates; one racing fatality combined in summer and fall meetings

Encinitas resident Beatriz Villarreal received a proclamation from the Encinitas City Council on Nov. 18 in commemoration of her 30 years of service to the community, particularly to Latino children and their families.

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Disillusioned by a president embroiled in controversy, and discouraged by an increasingly unpopular war overseas and systemic racism at home, 23-year-old David Reed “just wanted to get out of Dodge.”

Kathryn Campion is co-founder and executive director of Positive Action Community Theatre, a nonprofit organization in Encinitas that uses dance and theater training to help people with autism connect with their peers, master social skills, and enjoy the arts

Shortly after the terrorist attacks on 9/11, longtime national security official William M.

Board chair Karen Gilbert said in a statement: ‘The board has developed a productive and financially sound plan to reopen the gallery with approved safety measures in place.’

‘Grinch’ audio play will air free to the public four times from Thanksgiving Day to Christmas Eve

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