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Glenna Bloemen, who joined the La Mesa Kiwanis Club in 2003, has been installed as Lt. Governor for Division 31 of the California-Nevada-Hawaii District of Kiwanis International for 2012-2013. The division is comprised of 15 clubs in San Diego East…Continue
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Story by Scott La Fee
Photos by Gary Junker. See slideshow below.
LA MESA – The second candidates’ forum last night for the two open City Council seats began with a drawing of numbers to assign seating for the four challengers – lawyer Kristine…Continue
LA MESA -- Junior High Drive was the perfect venue for a Soap Box Derby. A long, sloping block with the La Mesa Middle School grounds on the south side, and no homes facing the street on the north side. On weekends in November, March and May, the La…Continue
Added by La Mesa Today on September 27, 2012 at 6:23am — No Comments
LA MESA -- Police responding to a robbery call on El Cajon Boulevard in La Mesa were directed by witnesses to the man they said had perpetrated the crime, had changed his clothes and was attempting to walk away.
Police said at approximately…Continue
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Police Look For Help Solving Murder
LA MESA -- Police are looking for help in solving a shooting death case that happened over the weekend. The department's crime prevention teams are also asking local residents to think about how posting information about your whereabouts on public computer communication bulletin boards can serve as a tip for criminals. All in this week's crime…Continue
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LA MESA -- Kids Care Fest, one of the most popular family outings each year, once again proved it is possible to have fun while taking care of our children.
The Saturday event drew hundreds to share rides,…Continue
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LA MESA -- Police are investigating a shooting last night that resulted in the death of a man who was shot in an incident just inside the city line near Myrtle and Johnson Avenue - not far from Bancroft and the 125.
Police Chief Ed Aceves said police know that a car pulled up and a shot was fired. The victim was taken to the hospital and died this morning.…Continue
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LA MESA -- The Grossmont Healthcare District and the City of La Mesa will present Kids Care Fest from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. tomorrow Saturday, Sept. 22 at Briercrest Park, 9001 Wakarusa St., La Mesa. Kids Care Fest is a free, family-oriented event featuring free health care screenings…Continue
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In addition to the 2 robberies reported in the News and Information Bulletin last week, there was an additional robbery on September 5th. The…Continue
Added by La Mesa Today on September 19, 2012 at 9:00am — No Comments
LA MESA -- The food truck trend continues to find a willing audience in La Mesa.
A selection of trucks, featuring a wide array of creative and reasonably priced foods, gather Tuesdays in the parking lot at Best Buy at Jackson and Fletcher…Continue
Added by La Mesa Today on September 18, 2012 at 7:30am — No Comments
Celebrating The High Life
MT. HELIX -- The annual HeArt of Mt. Helix event once again…Continue
Added by La Mesa Today on September 16, 2012 at 10:00am — No Comments
Choices Abound in Council Race
LA MESA -- Within minutes of the start of Thursday's candidates forum, it was clear the five candidates would be giving La Mesa a broad range of choices in filling the two…Continue
The Fair Trade folks Nancy Ryan and Anne Pacheco are at it again trying to lobby the City Council to have the city of La Mesa labeled as a "Fair Trade" city after getting shot down once. Why don't you people just concentrate your efforts on getting more stores to carry fair trades products and leave the City out of this. Your doctrine on your website and all your literature might indicate your cause is one of a religious zealot and maybe you are. Stop trying to convert the world by…Continue
LA MESA -- On the eve of the first big candidates night of the political season, City Council candidate Laura Lothian kicked off her campaign with a gathering at her Lemon Avenue Home.
Signs were distributed to friends and supporters and…
LA MESA -- Police are warning local residents that on-going speeding problems on city streets have the La Mesa police developing a new protocol to combat the problem. See Traffic Information below on the department's weekly crime…Continue
Added by La Mesa Today on September 12, 2012 at 9:04am — No Comments
LA MESA -- The La Mesa City Council took the last meeting of August off and might have done the same for the first time out of the blocks in September as well.
The council met Tuesday night but to say the agenda was routine was an understatement. The…Continue
LA MESA -- Eleven years after the terrorist attacks on New York's World Trade Center and the yearly memorials are starting to take on the look and feel of Pearl Harbor for an earlier generation.
Flags flew at half staff across the country.…
Added by La Mesa Today on September 11, 2012 at 6:48pm — No Comments
The Helix Instrumental Music Program has a long history of excellence. In past years, our students have competed against the best schools in California and taken home numerous awards. They have proudly marched in the Tournament of Roses Parade, down Main…Continue
Added by Helix Instrumental Music Assn on September 10, 2012 at 10:00pm — No Comments
Cuyamaca and Grossmont colleges are holding public remembrances of the Sept.11, 2001 terrorist attacks that killed nearly 3,000 people and triggered the global war on terror.
The Associated Students of Cuyamaca College is sponsoring an on-campus display of 2,977 flags, with volunteers from the college, student leaders from Steele Canyon and Monte Vista high schools, the California Department of Forestry and Fire Protection (Cal Fire), area…Continue
Added by Della Elliott on September 10, 2012 at 10:30am — No Comments