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Trash truck catches fire near Emmanuel Faith

At 11:59 a.m. on Tuesday, January 12, the Escondido Fire Department was dispatched to a vehicle fire at Emmanuel Faith Community Church in the city of Escondido.  Upon arrival first-in companies discovered that the vehicle they were called for was a commercial trash truck. As is standard procedure the trash truck driver dumped the contents of the truck in the […]

Update to found toddler in San Marcos

Deputies from the San Marcos Sheriff’s Station have located the family of a toddler who was found wandering in an apartment complex. On January 11th around 6:00 p.m., deputies were called to the Barham Villas Apartments on E. Barham Drive after residents reported finding a toddler, believed initially to be a girl but later determined to be a boy (between […]

Safari Park gorillas test positive for COVID

Members of the Gorilla Troop at the San Diego Zoo Safari Park have tested positive for SARS-CoV-2, the virus that causes COVID-19.  On Wednesday, January 6, two of the gorillas began coughing. Given current circumstances, San Diego Zoo Global initiated the process of testing fecal samples from the gorillas for SARS-CoV-2 through the California Animal Health and Food Safety Laboratory […]

Massage therapist arrested for sexual battery

Beginning on 12-23-20, the Escondido Police Department began investigating an allegation of sexual battery involving Patrick Graham Stone (DOB 06/12/1984), who operates a massage therapy business in Escondido. A female victim reported to the police that Mr. Stone had inappropriately touched her in a sexual manner during a massage she received from him at his business, Stone Medical Group, at […]

2021 – A Year of Overcoming!

  “But on that day, I will set apart the land of Goshen, where my people dwell, so that no swarms of flies shall be there, that you may know that I am the Lord in the midst of the earth.” (Exodus 8:22, ESV).   New Year’s Eve 2020 had my attention.  I no longer feel the need to stay […]

Dixon Lake – Escondido’s hidden jewel

Do your New Year’s goals point to toward finding balance, getting back to nature?  If so, you may want to seek out an open-air day trip to Escondido’s Dixon Lake.   This natural jewel, with its crystal clear water, is hidden in the hills between Escondido and the Valley Center “Grade.” It has long been a favorite spot for picnicking, […]

Classical Academies announces full return to in-person instruction; responds to teacher concerns

Classical Academies charter schools (Escondido) has announced that it will fully reopen with in-person instruction at the start of the spring semester on January 19. All employees will be required to return to all campuses for in-person instruction, Tuesday through Thursday, according to Cameron Curry, Classical Academies CEO. The announcement was made to teachers by Curry via YouTube video this […]