2017-01-19 E-Edition

Palomar Health to host low-cost health-education classes/screenings in January

Palomar Health will host a variety of low-cost health-education classes and screenings led by physicians and other health professionals during the month of January. Following is a complete schedule with registration information. Become a Palomar Health Volunteer Palomar Medical Center Escondido,2nd Floor, Raymond FamilyConference Center2185 Citracado Parkway, Escondido,CA 92029Wednesday, January 18 | 10 – 11 a.m. Volunteering can make a […]

Lake Hodges is half full

Lake Hodges, which provides probably the most visible demonstrations of how dry or wet it is in North County, is about half full after several weeks of on and off rain, and a week of really heavy rain. We asked Isam Hireish, P.E., MSCE Deputy Director of Water System Operations Division of the City of San Diego for the latest […]

Escondido Republican Women seek scholarship applicants

Escondido Republican Women, Federated (ERWF) is seeking graduating high school seniors who attend school in Escondido and who are interested in applying for the 2017 Charlotte Mousel Scholarship. Mrs. Mousel, 1994-95 President of the California Federation of Republican Women (1994-95), exemplified the dedication and commitment of Federated Women. The recipient of ERWF’s award will go on to compete for the […]

North Hale Ave Pipeline Emergency Repair

Emergency repair for a 24-inch pipeline on North Hale Avenue between North Tulip Street and the North County Transit District railroad tracks will begin on January 24, 2017, and is anticipated to be completed by February 10, 2017. Motorists should expect delays along North Hale Avenue. The inside traffic lanes will be used for the construction zone. Therefore, traffic through […]

Senior Anglers welcome local tackle manufacturer

The Senior Anglers of Escondido next month will welcome local tackle manufacturer, Chad Gierlich, owner of San Diego-based Hookup Baits. The company, less than a year old, is already well known for its handcrafted lures, jigs, and worm heads. The company also has posted on YouTube, numerous instructional videos about local fishing. Gierlich will share at the club’s February 10 […]

Escondido Choral Arts presents Brahms A German Requiem

The Center Chorale and the Pacific Coast Chorale combine with “Symphony Orchestra” to perform Brahms’s great masterwork, A German Requiem. The ensembles perform the Requiem at the California Center for the Arts in Escondido on Sunday, January 29 at 3 p.m. Soloists are soprano, Caroline Nelms and baritone, Clifford Derix and conductor is long time San Diego musician and educator […]

Expected to dominate, the Sabers come through big-time

Entering their weekend, three-game series at the Iceoplex with the visiting Arizona Hawks, the San Diego Sabers were prohibitive favorites to not only sweep but to do so in a dominating fashion. Needless to say, San Diego took care of business and did exactly what was expected of it. Yielding only a single goal while finding the net 18 times […]

City Council approves water treatment plant

Overriding shouts of “old lives matter,” from dozens of senior citizens who don’t want to live near a recycled water facility the Escondido City Council January 11 approved of the Conditional Use Permit for the City’s Hale Avenue Resource Recovery Facility (HARRF), a reverse osmosis treatment facility. The meeting was held at the California Center for the Arts, Escondido because […]

On the Menu

Steak Chimichurri

I use the grill even in the winter to remind me that Summer is only 6 months away and to give me that grilled flavor that I am craving! This recipe is such a flavor filled meal packed with freshness that is good in any weather. The fresh citrus and herb flavors pack a punch that truly shows that this […]