Rancho Santa Fe Lead Story
SAN DIEGO — The irony of it all is that if Jeff Garcia was entering this year’s NFL draft, with his style of play, and with teams looking for that more mobile, athletic quarterback, he’d surely be taken in the first round.
RANCHO SANTA FE — Tracey Kestler said it was her grandfather Herbert Korholz, who got her interested in horses.
TORREY PINES — It was a tournament so good they held it over one more day — sort of.
RANCHO SANTA FE — At its retreat earlier this month, the Rancho Santa Fe Association voted to make the restoration of the Osuna adobe and its grounds a priority during the next few years.
RANCHO SANTA FE — When the new Common Core Standards are implemented in the Rancho Santa Fe School District next year, it will signal a shift in education techniques throughout the country as well.
RANCHO SANTA FE — Jack Queen, former Rancho Santa Fe Association president, came to the Jan. 17 meeting to beseech the current board to think twice before approving the three proposed roundabouts slated for three intersections in the Covenant.“This is the most important decision you will make in your term,” Queen said. “This will forever [...]
RANCHO SANTA FE — Chuck Day’s office is in the Ronald McDonald House across from Rady Children’s Hospital, so he is not removed from the highs and lows of treating ill children.
COAST CITIES — When working with patients, Dr. Jeffrey Thompson uses electronic sound equipment, EEG machines, and heart rate variability monitors.
COAST CITIES — After a devastating mass shooting at Sandy Hook Elementary School in Connecticut last month, state and federal politicians have introduced an array of legislation to restrict the manufacturing and sales of guns.