2016-06-16

2016-06-16 E-Edition

Youth Acting Academy open for the summer



Sunday marked the official open­ing day for the 10th Annual Acting Academy for Patio Playhouse The­ater. Workshops will be offered this week from June 13 to 17 for ages 6 to 16. Classes are held from 9 a.m. – 1 p.m. each day. All focusing on audition preparation, stage presence, music, dance, improvisation, charac­ter development and carry out per­formances. Each […]

Accretive delivers 110,000 LHR petitions to registrar



Recently the Accretive Group deliv­ered 110,000 petition signatures to the San Diego County Registrar of Voters in 137 boxes. The petitions are for an initiative that would put the Lilac Hills Ranch project before the voters of the entire county in November. Lilac Hills Ranch is a large-scale project that would be located at about I-15 & West Lilac on […]

Summer meals programs feed kids at no cost



With summer right around the corner, it’s time to think about keeping children healthy and fed while school is out. The Escondi­do Union School District provides meals at no cost to children ages 1 to 18 years during the summer. Meals will be served at the follow­ing locations: Rock Springs Elementary • Breakfast served Monday through Friday June 27 – […]

ESCONDIDO POLICE BLOTTER

Escondido Police Blotter is obtained from the website of the Escondido Police Department.

Incidents • On 5/29/2016, Officer Shaver saw a silver vehicle parked at the rear of Enterprise Car Rental on Washington Avenue. Two people occupied the vehicle, with a third standing near the passenger side of the vehicle. The vehicle was reported stolen from Palm Desert, California. The suspect in the front seat of the vehicle was booked into the Vista […]

A birthday triggers memories of titanic sports figures



As you get older, as least for this re­porter, the excitement or anticipation of having a birthday is greatly muted. In so many ways, it becomes just like any other day, a mere blip on the calendar, a 24-hour period that certainly doesn’t resonate as it used to, at least not like when you were a kid, teen or even […]

JZ style French Dip on Ciabatta bread



I love a great French dip sandwich for a quick, hearty meal. This recipe amps it up just a bit with the delicious garlic and olive oil base and horseradish mayonnaise sauce. This is one of my favorite comfort foods that just absolutely makes me happy. I hope you enjoy this as much as my family does and it becomes […]

Lawrence J. Warn, 94, was longtime Escondido psychologist

Lawrence J. Warn June 21st, 1921 ~ May 22nd, 2016

Escondido resident Lawrence J. Warn died May 22, 2016. He was 94. Born in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, Larry Warn was a sergeant in the U.S. Ma­rine Corps and served in the WWII Pacific theater in the battle at Guadal­canal. He received his doctorate in Psychology at UCLA where he met and married Frances. They recently celebrated their 65th wedding anniversary. As […]

COMMUNITY CALENDAR



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Services Saturday for longtime Escondido resident Joyce Louise Bond

Joyce Louise Bond November 22, 1931 – April 15. 2016

Joyce Louise Bond passed away on Friday April 15. She was born in Yoder, Wyoming in 1931. Joyce was one of four children born to Vernon and Bethel Day. She was age 4 when her family moved to a small town near Riverton Wyoming where she grew up. In December of 1952 she married William Bond and moved to the […]


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