Monthly Archives: April 2016

Artist Spotlight: Scott Bruckner

by Patrick Brown This month’s featured artist, Scott Bruckner, is well known for his exotic wood sculptures influenced by two of his favorite artists Alexander Caulder and Louise Nevelson. You can envision the influence these artists have had on Bruckner’s … Continue reading

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The Escondido Union High School District in Negotiations over Teacher Contracts

by Katherine Fromm and Dollie McQuiston High School teachers let their frustration show and their anger fly at the Escondido Union High School District school board meeting on March 8th. Speaker after speaker, including students and parents, spoke in the … Continue reading

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What is the Status of President Obama’s Executive Action?

by Laura Johnston Kohl             Many of us who work with, live with, teach, marry, and build our futures with immigrants, are intimately tied to their futures. Sometimes, we hear a figure of 12,000,000 undocumented immigrants in our country. The … Continue reading

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¿Cual es el Estado de la orden Ejecutiva del Presidente Obama?

por Laura Johnston Kohl             Muchos de los que trabajamos, vivimos, enseñamos, nos casamos, y construimos un futuro con inmigrantes estamos atados a su futuro. A veces se dice que hay  12,000,000 de inmigrantes indocumentados en el país. Esa cifra … Continue reading

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Being Responsible or Taking Responsibility

by Reverend Doctor Faith J. Conklin             Our youngest daughter, (now an adult and with her own two children of that age) was then in elementary school. I was scolding her for something wrong she’d done. It wasn’t anything terrible. … Continue reading

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Patrick Malloy, Candidate for 50th District

by Tom Frew                 California’s 50th Congressional district (CD50) covers most of eastern San Diego County, extending from Temecula in Riverside County southward through Fallbrook, San Marcos and Escondido down to Rancho San Diego.  The district stretches east to Imperial … Continue reading

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Act Now to Keep North County Livable!

by Rolf vom dorp                 Whether you look north, south, east, or west it’s the same story.   North County is about to endure a massive housing and shopping center onslaught and it must be stopped.  Developers are threatening to crush … Continue reading

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Judge Rules For Trustee José Fragozo and against EUSD and Superintendent Ibarra

Escondido Union School District’s (EUSD) attorney, Mr. Shinoff had his associate write six words on poster paper during his closing arguments.

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A GPS for New Voters

by Mary Ann Drinan                 There is, unfortunately, no GPS in existence that will help you, as a new voter, navigate your way through the California election ballot. Maybe with some thoughtful reflections, it is possible to create a meaningful, … Continue reading

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DA Gets Political with Indictments

by Don Greene Politics is no stranger to our District Attorney, Bonnie Dumanis. Those in the world of local San Diego politics have all heard the stories of J. Edgar Hoover-like files being maintained on them by the DA’s office. … Continue reading

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