Author Archive for Tony Cagala

‘Above normal’ fire season predicted for this year

‘Above normal’ fire season predicted for this year

REGION — The green tops of brush filling the canyons and terrain throughout San Diego County is merely masking a potentially dangerous situation.

Bringing bonobos to the forefront

Bringing bonobos to the forefront

Solana Beach resident looks to raise awareness of the fourth great ape

Marines commemorate the Battle of Ramadi


Marines commemorate the Battle of Ramadi


Marines, Gold Star Families gather to remember the Marines that were lost 10 years ago

MiraCosta appoints interim superintendent

MiraCosta appoints interim superintendent

REGION — Prompted by the resignation of MiraCosta College’s Superintendent/ President Dr. Francisco Rodriguez in mid-March, the school’s Board of Trustees acted by appointing Dr. Dick Robertson as interim superintendent and president.

Community digs in for Arbor Day celebration

Community digs in for Arbor Day celebration

ENCINITAS – While the national Arbor Day celebration is at the end of April, according to the Arbor Day Foundation, California tends to recognize the day the week of March 7 through March 14.

SeaWorld crews busy with marine mammal rescue calls last weekend

SeaWorld crews busy with marine mammal rescue calls last weekend

Numbers of rescues lower than that of last year though

Padres, fans hearing new voices

Padres, fans hearing new voices

North County residents part of the remaining 30 candidates

The little big trees

The little big trees

Phil Tacktill knows the craft and art of creating bonsai trees

Rotary’s Bocce Ball fundraiser another success

Rotary’s Bocce Ball fundraiser another success

DEL MAR – In the 18 years since the Del Mar/Solana Beach Rotary Club began their annual Bocce Ball fundraiser tournament, they’ve netted $500,000, which has gone to helping the youth of San Diego County.

Metal detector seeks to find medal’s owner

Metal detector seeks to find medal’s owner

ENCINITAS – Her obsession with metal detecting has unearthed hundreds, if not thousands of items that people have lost, dropped or that time has forgotten.