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Storm Cell Rips Through Avocado Boulevard
LA MESA -- Thunderstorms ripped through sections of El Cajon and the southeast corner of La Mesa this afternoon, knocking down trees and soaking the area with heavy rains.
Sheriff's deputies said the storm cell hit sections of Rancho San Diego hard, knocking down trees and knocking out power to the Vons shopping center at Avocado Boulevard near the…
Sheriff Seeks Shooter In El Cajon Incident
It happened on November 7th just after…Continue
EL CAJON -- Officials continue on Saturday to complete repairs from an odd occurrence Thursday in which six telephone poles along Mollison Avenue, a main El Cajon thoroughfare, suddenly failed with two falling completely into the street.
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EL CAJON -- One of the family friendly weekend choices in East County this week is the annual extravaganza known as The Mother Goose Parade.
Rain or shine! The 66th Annual Mother Goose Parade begins this Sunday, November 18th, at 10:00 a.m.…Continue
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Vehicle Crashes Into Home
RANCHO SAN DIEGO -- Police and fire officials responded just before noon today to the report of a car crashing into a home.
A van carrying three people rammed into a home in the Corte Madera development just off of Willow Glen and Medinah/Steele…Continue
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LOS ANGELES -- Cassandra Kunze, Miss Teen San Diego County, was crowned Miss Teenage California 2012 at the state finals held April 20-22 at the beautiful Hilton @ Los Angeles Airport before a large and enthusiastic crowd.
The 18 year old resident…Continue
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EL CAJON -- On the closing night of its latest exhibition, Studio C Contemporary, a fledgling El Cajon art studio conducted a panel discussion on the arts.
The event drew select activists in the San Diego and East County arts community for a…Continue
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EL CAJON -- At 8:30 a.m. Monday a 41-year-old pilot and his passenger began to taxi out of a hangar located at the west end of Gillespie Field Airport, just south of the air traffic control tower in El Cajon. Reportedly the single-engine plane stalled…Continue
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An Evening Of Art, Music And Dance
EL CAJON -- The proprietors of Studio C Contemporary Art on Friday held an opening for another show in its brief history. The collection of works include sculptures, paintings and installations in the open space along El Cajon's redeveloped downtown.
The highlight of this evening was a…Continue
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LA MESA -- The good news at Tuesday's mostly sedate City Council meeting was an announcement that the city soon will only be sending two sewer bills to local residents each year.
The bad news…Continue
El Cajon Claims "True Oktoberfest"
LA MESA -- It was quiet in downtown La Mesa today, except for the whirring sounds of machines preparing La Mesa Boulevard for the three-day influx of thousands of visitors for the annual Oktoberfest later this week.
But just a bit east of La…Continue
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