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LA MESA -- So before the election cycle gets into full swing, I would like to share something I am working on. I’m writing a new book and what follows is the introduction to it. My reason for sharing this is that I know that our highest selves are all pretty much the same: we…Continue
LA MESA -- The first major deadline of the fall campaign season arrived this week and all but one of the candidates who have been talking about running have followed through.
According to the La Mesa City Clerk's office, Mayor Art Madrid and…Continue
LA MESA -- Police are looking for robber who held a gun to the head of his victim and demanded "your wallet or your life'' in a recent La Mesa robbery.
Case Highlights: On Friday, July 11, at approximately 8:19 a.m. AM, a robbery…Continue
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Come out and see the Sport Clips Model A every Thursday from 5-8pm at the Back to the 50's Car Show. Receive coupons, spin our prize wheel and enter the MVP Haircut drawing - a value of $120. Look forward to seeing you!
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SAN CARLOS -- Helicopters and ground crews were battling a fire that had consumed an estimmated 45 acres of Mission Trails Park Sunday afternoon.
The blaze was centered north of the park's Visitor's Center and had crested a hill.
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LA MESA -- Bo-Beau Kitchen + Garden, the new crown jewel of La Mesa Boulevard in the Village, has a new brother.
David and Lesley Cohn, whose team seems to have solved the mystery of succeeding at the corner of Allison and La Mesa Boulevard, have opened the third of…Continue
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Former La Mesa resident Bri Dugan left La Mesa years ago to see the world. How she ended up married and living in England is a tale she is sharing through this series of columns, called Letter From A Distant Friend.. This is her second…Continue
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Police Renovate Lemon Avenue Facilities
LA MESA -- Just in time to celebrate the 75th anniversary of Little League baseball, La Mesa National Little League (LMNLL)…Continue
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LA MESA -- The La Mesa City Council voted 4-1 Tuesday night -- after a short, but smokey debate -- to apply to e-cigarettes the same limitations tobacco…Continue
Staff Calls For E-Cigarette Controls
LA MESA -- The La Mesa City Council Tuesday was set to consider a recommendation from staff that the city join the growing list of municipalities limiting the public use of e-cigarettes.
Several months ago, Mayor Art Madrid brought the proposal to meeting and the council …
The people of The Table: The United Church of Christ of La Mesa invite you to share the blissful harmonies of The Starfolk. Brian Tighe and Allison LaBonne’s sound is melodic, moody psych-folk pop, rich with harmonies and adventurous chord progressions. Subtly out of this world! Tighe’s “penchant for setting beautiful vocal melodies atop unusual chord progressions” (Rob Van Alstyne, City Pages) was described by Jeremy Messersmith as “like doing ballet in a…Continue
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By Chris Lavin
La Mesa Today Editor
LA MESA -- After the Fourth of July -- with the primaries in the rear view mirror -- politics starts to heat up with the summer sun.
Though control of the U.S. Senate will…
LA MESA -- The City of La Mesa is making it as easy as possible to keep track of the construction project that will be playing out pretty much non-stop over the next year as La Mesa Boulevard is transformed, hopefully, into a Garden of…Continue
LA MESA -- A 13-year-old La Mesa bicyclist was being described as very lucky after he collided with a vehicle and was dragged along the street near the main entrance to the La Mesa Springs Shopping Center on La Mesa Boulevard.
At 4 p.m.…
LA MESA -- At the last city Planning Commission meeting, a representative of the American Legion shocked a hearing on the Park Station project when he suddenly announced the organization was opposing its own proposal.
Is it too late to put in a vote for "real" trees, vs. the planned-for palms in the village renovation? La Mesa needs shade, and greenery, and palms provide neither. True, they require little water: in return, they provide little in the way of aesthetics. Please! Enough with those "sticks with twigs on top!"
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