Current Articles

May 27, 2016
For more than four decades Sandra Small has worked as a professional photographer in the San Diego area. From a Soviet Arts Festival at the San Diego Museum of Art to private engagement photos on top of Mount Helix, Small has witnessed and captured unique stories. Small says that her favorite...
May 26, 2016
American women’s contributions to the founding and building of the nation are recognized during Women’s History Month every March by the California State Legislature.
May 12, 2016
Every year, the Vietnam Veterans of America California State Council (VVA-CSC) honor one elected official with their Legislator of the Year Award. This honor is awarded to a legislator that demonstrates a strong commitment to supporting veterans through legislation. For the year of 2015, the award was given to State Senator Joel Anderson.
May 5, 2016
More than 1.6 billion people use Facebook. Is your child one? If so, it is important to know the measures you and your children can take to protect their privacy and safety online.
April 28, 2016
Education is the foundation to a better community. As part of the Free Mason’s Public School Month taking place in April, the Heartland Lodge held its 12th annual Masonic Scholarship Night on April 21.
April 28, 2016
Published at the East County Herald Located within a historical building in Lakeside is the office of EC Constructors—a local business that was recently nominated for the 38 th Senate District Small Business of the Year Award by the Lakeside Chamber of Commerce. State Senator Joel Anderson awarded...
April 14, 2016
On St. Patrick’s Day last month, the City of El Cajon, in collaboration with Circulate San Diego and El Cajon Collaborative, held the first “El Cajon Walks!” event. This walking series is taking place throughout 2016 in El Cajon to promote pedestrian safety.
April 3, 2016
People in our community regularly face difficulties with state agencies and governmental programs, while struggling to find the resources they need to resolve them. However, State Senator Joel Anderson wants to make sure everyone knows he can be the bridge between his constituents and state agencies.

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