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North County Earth Day healing fest

North County Earth Day healing fest

VISTA — Organic gardens, music, art, plant sales and healing arts were celebrated for Earth Day at Alta Vista Gardens on April 12.

Decision over death penalty to be determined in murder trial

VISTA — Though the trial is set to begin in early October, prosecutors have yet to determine whether or not they will seek the death penalty for three defendants facing charges for the murder of a young military wife.

Dental services brought into schools

Dental services brought into schools

VISTA — A school auditorium stage is not the place you would expect to find a dental clinic, but for one week that was exactly where 270 Foothill Oak Elementary students had their dental work done.

Students get their day in court

Students get their day in court

VISTA — More than 1,000 fifth grade through high school studnets packed into Vista Superior Court on March 14.

Kirk Effinger: Vista Village Business Association needs a merger

In an era where chambers of commerce and other business organizations continue to struggle to stay afloat, the latest news regarding the Vista Village Business Association (VVBA) begs the question, “Why put off the inevitable?”

Artist, former nun seeks funds for life-saving transplant

Artist, former nun seeks funds for life-saving transplant

OCEANSIDE — At 19 years old, Heidi Hall was certain that she knew what the rest of her life would look like.

USPS, Staples team up for pilot program

USPS, Staples team up for pilot program

REGION — Since November, the USPS (United States Postal Service) and Staples have been studying a pilot program in North County.

Farming out investors

Farming out investors

How new SEC rules are helping one retail farming business to sprout

Oceanside men facing charges in murder

VISTA — Two men face charges of murder, attempted murder, and two additional felony charges in connection with two gang-related stabbings on Aug. 14 in Oceanside.

Ex-Army Navy Administrator pleads not guilty to child molestation

Ex-Army Navy Administrator pleads not guilty to child molestation

VISTA — Former Army and Navy Academy (ANA) administrator Jeffery Barton entered pleas of not guilty to 16 counts of forcible sex acts with minors at an Oct. 23 hearing at the Vista Courthouse.