Rancho Santa Fe Lead Story
Todd Glaser’s job can take him anywhere in the world all on a moment’s notice
REGION — Some of the San Diego County Supervisors and residents voiced skepticism of a proposed requirement for flight instructors to verify their screening of all foreign flight students to county authorities.
REGION — “This problem is too big for me to handle on my own. Sometimes there are no good options. So you just pray for grace and trust that in hindsight, it will all make sense.”
DEL MAR — An unauthorized memorial bench installed in memory of local journalist Loren Nancarrow at Dog Beach has been removed. But city officials would like to find its creator to discuss long-term placement of the dog-bone shaped structure.
In Oceanside on Saturday, Gil “Bluefeather” Fernandez and several Native Americans gathered to perform a rain dance and raise awareness of the drought situation that the state is currently facing.
ESCONDIDO— On the brink of closure last December, Palomar Health’s Forensic Health Services has been saved by private donations.
CHP is increasing watch over motorist, cyclist infractions
RANCHO SANTA FE — Nancy Hillgren is now representing the Rancho Santa Fe Fire Protection District on the CSA-17 committee.
RANCHO SANTA FE — The historic building where seniors have been able to take part in numerous social programs, activities and classes for more than 10 years is in need of some overhaul, and as of this week, grant money will help them to do it.
ENCINITAS — Five-foot waves rolled in, rays from the setting sun streaked across the water and whales even spouted off the coast.