2016-07-14

2016-07-14 E-Edition

Harper hype is laughingly excessive



For some time now, a storyline that has been circulated by lemming-like reporters and fans across the country is that Washington Nationals outfielder Bryce Harper is destined to become an all-time great and a surefire Hall of Famer. To these Harper honks, it’s already a done deal and a virtual lock that the bearded 23-year-old, who once graced the cover […]

Caltrans activates meters along Hwy 78 to relieve congestion



Caltrans began activating meters on eastbound Hwy 78 last week for the morning commute. Affected locations are Civic Center Drive, Mar Vista Drive and Sycamore Avenue in Vista. A total of 22 on-ramps will be activated in groups of three through August to help reduce the duration and extent of congestion on the freeway. Ramp metering at the new locations […]

Fed ain’t dead but Slam hopes probably are!



With both age and time hanging over him like a hovering fog, no one has to tell the incomparable Roger Federer that his best days are clearly behind him. In fact, they are so far in the past, they aren’t even in the rearview mirror anymore. The dominance and consistent magnificence that were once calling cards of his game are […]

Vallecitos district ends outdoor watering restrictions



The Vallecitos Water District’s Board of Directors Thursday voted to rescind the mandatory drought restrictions under its “Level 2 Drought Alert” and move to voluntary conservation measures under its “Level 1 Drought Watch,” thereby ending restrictions on outdoor watering. Vallecitos Water District provides water, wastewater, and reclamation services to San Marcos; the community of Lake San Marcos; parts of Carlsbad, […]

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I was born in Cleveland. I grew up in the western suburbs of Cleveland. I witnessed the mayor of Cleveland setting his hair on fire. I watched flames dancing on the largest river in Cleveland. And I watched as a city slowly decayed. Nothing it seemed could pull Cleveland out of its doldrums. That was especially true of our sports […]

Grape Day Park Playground



City workers are busy putting in the Grape Day Park playground, which is next to the Escondido History Center. The project is under construction with landscaping continuing. The remainder of the new playground equipment is expected to be delivered this week, according to the city’s website.

Triple Crown World Series fast pitch girls comes to Escondido this week



The Triple Crown World Series has arrived in Escondido as of Tuesday July 12 and will play until Saturday, July 16. This year’s annual Triple Crown World Series will host the 10u girls fast pitch division. They will have 43 teams from all over California, Arizona, and Texas. All games will be played at Kit Carson Park on the youth […]

New director of Escondido History Center has a mission: modernize



“As time evolves and our understanding of history evolves it is incumbent on us to do history better,” says Stacey Ellison, executive director of the Escondido History Center. Ellison has been on the job since last fall. Born in New York, she moved at an early age to England, due to the fact that her father was an engineer who […]

On the Menu

Thai Chicken Lettuce Wraps with Peanut Sauce

Sometimes we need to eat a little lighter and healthier to recover from the busy, food filled weekends. Easy weeknight meals that are healthy and good are a must! One of my favorite types of food has to be anything Asian. There are so many different types of culinary delights made in each of these countries to choose from. This […]


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