Archived News

September 30, 2016
After being closed for more than 80 years, Fallbrook’s historic Reche Schoolhouse celebrated its grand reopening on Sept. 17 . The Fallbrook Historical Society helped bring community members together to celebrate the renewal and commemoration of this historic, one-room school. Reche Schoolhouse is...
September 28, 2016
On Wednesday, Sept. 14 , the Julian Apple Growers Association (JAGA) held an apple tasting event at the Julian Town Hall, where a variety of apples were presented to be tasted. Teak Nichols of the Julian Apple Growers Association also leads the organization’s effort to host educational events for...
September 23, 2016
SilverMine, a local rock band founded in 2010, performs classic hits that we all remember and love like “I Love Rock and Roll” by Joan Jett & the Blackhearts, “Lights” by Journey and “Sweet Home Alabama” by Lynyrd Skynyrd. The band can often be found performing at places in or near La Mesa...
September 22, 2016
We urge Gov. Brown to sign SB 443 to bring California one step closer to re-establishing the most basic tenets of constitutional law and repairing the frayed relationships between our communities and our men and women in uniform.
September 15, 2016
On Friday, Sept. 9 , Volunteers In Medicine (VIM) San Diego celebrated their 10th year of service to the community at the Mission Trail Interpretive Center with food and a silent auction to benefit the organization. Volunteers In Medicine provides comprehensive medical care to hundreds of the...
September 8, 2016
Those that live in Lakeside have a new way of living a healthier life. Construction of a community gym, Crunch Fitness, in Lakeside is almost complete.
September 1, 2016
From the mid-20th century music that reverberates throughout the event to the countless numbers of preserved classic cars that line the streets, as well as the low rumble of dozens of Harley Davidson motorcycles that drive through the area, the La Mesa Back to the 50s Car and Bike Show provides a rare glimpse into an era of history when these vehicles were common around the city.
August 25, 2016
At 80 years old, Barbara Sue Adkins was Cuyamaca College’s oldest graduate from Class of 2016. She credits her son, Jesse for pushing her to finally fulfil her life-long ambition to go to college and study something that is close to her heart, Child Development with an emphasis in Preschool Education.
August 22, 2016
Published in the East County Gazette East County Pain Relief was recently recognized by Senator Joel Anderson for their commitment to the health of Santee residents. For the month of January, East County Pain Relief has paired up with the California Health Network, as well as other local health and...
August 22, 2016
Trish Watlington’s commitment to purity of process nourishes her work at the Red Door Family Garden in the back of her home in La Mesa. Watlington, with the help of Scott Medina-Brzezinski, has produced 6,000 to 7,000 pounds of vegetables per year in the Red Door Family Garden.