Habitat restored in San Pasqual Valley

In 2019, working with a $104,000 grant from the State of California, the San Dieguito River Valley Conservancy and the Urban Corps of San Diego teamed up on habitat restoration on the Fenton North property in the San Pasqual Valley. Funded under the local Corps’s allocation of Prop. 68 monies, the grant was used to remove invasive plant species and […]

World Series ratings should send message about support of towns

Major League Baseball executives and other decision-making personnel will need to conduct an honest assessment of why the television ratings for this year’s World Series were the lowest in history.  The cause may have been the transition of baseball from a break from civic matters to a forum for political advocacy. The cause could be that the designated hitter in […]

Restrictions will stress the business community

Don’t look now but Thanksgiving, Christmas and the New Year are right around the corner. With the way this year is going I think most of us can’t wait for the New Year. Now more than ever the Chamber asks that you support local businesses, particularly during the holidays. The latest restrictions are going to stress the business community even […]

Bette L. Cameron, 72

Bette Cameron was born 2/8/26 in Horton, Kansas to Earl & Lydia Braley. She died peacefully October 18, 2020, one day before her 73rd wedding anniversary here on this earth.  Mrs. Cameron came to San Diego in 1945 where she met the love of her life at Quality Dairy and married Johnny Cameron soon after. Bette & John started their […]


Council will have conservative majority

It’s time to put on our big boy pants and declare the results of the local elections. This is, of course, why you pick up The Times-Advocate, right? For us to “call it.” On Wednesday, with about 85% of the votes tabulated, it can be said with near certainty that the three elected members of the Escondido City Council will […]