Catherine Spearnak 3:30 p.m., March 6
Now read this if headed for malted barley along SR-78
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City checks on City Farmers’ recycling practices.
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“It’s a risky thing to drink.”
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Hustlers, jugglers, bottom-feeders.
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Why not have local musicians?
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This would substantially alter the character of Scripps Ranch,” fumes Jenny Marshall, whose 15-member Save Our Scripps (“SOS”) Ranch group is determined to stop a big-box project from crashing the gates of the “Ranch.” In ...
Magic in a bottle.
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County government is poised to take over the Julian Cuyamaca Fire Protection District. Whether that’s good or bad is an open question, even to those residents who are emotionally involved.