February 2020 Articles

EAST COUNTY REALTORS ASSOCIATION ENDORSES TWO COUNTY SUPERVISOR CANDIDATES FOR MARCH PRIMARY ELECTION

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February 29, 2020 (East County) – The Pacific Southwest Association of Realtors (PSAR), a 3,100-member real estate trade group for San Diego-area realtors with an office in El Cajon, has announced its endorsement of two San Diego County Board of Supervisor candidates for the March 3 primary election.


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AZTEC SOFTBALL SPLITS ON SATURDAY AT SAN DIEGO CLASSIC

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February 29, 2020 (San Diego) - San Diego State split a pair of games Saturday at the San Diego Classic at SDSU Softball Stadium. The Aztecs (13-8) opened with their second-consecutive one-hit shutout in an 8-0, five-inning victory over St. John’s before giving up five runs with two outs in the final inning to defending national champion and No. 1/1 UCLA in a 5-0 loss in the nightcap.


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SDSU BASEBALL BLANKS OREGON STATE 6-0

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February 29, 2020 (San Diego) - Three San Diego State pitchers combined for 14 strikeouts against Oregon State on Saturday, as the Aztecs rolled to a 6-0 victory at Tony Gwynn Stadium.

After the Aztec staff was victimized by a combined 17 runs and 25 hits in the first two games of the series, the trio of starter Troy Melton and relievers Christian Winston and Avery Jones came up huge, limiting the Beavers to just four hits to help the Scarlet and Black complete its first shutout of the 2020 campaign.


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SDSU MEN'S BASKETBALL IMPROVES TO 28-1

 

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February 29, 2020 (Reno) - San Diego State guard K.J. Feagin called it a "gut check." Coach Brian Dutcher said his team was "rattled."

But even in front of 10,855 fans at rival Nevada, the No. 5 Aztecs overcame a 13-point second-half deficit for a 83-76 win.


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CANALE TALLIES THREE GOALS, BUT AZTECS WATER POLO FALLS AT UC IRVINE

SDSU's three-game win streak snapped in 12-8 loss

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February 29, 2020 (Irvine) - unior Karli Canale picked up her second hat trick of the season, but it wasn’t enough for No. 16 San Diego State water polo to defeat No. 5 UC Irvine on Saturday afternoon as the Aztecs fell 12-8.


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SDSU TRACK & FIELD TAKES SECOND AT MW INDOOR CHAMPIONSHIPS

Aztecs won the pole vault (Kaitlin Heri) and the 4x400m relay

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February 29, 2020 (Albuquerque) - The Aztec track and field team finished second at the Mountain West Indoor Championships. SDSU had Kaitlin Heri win the pole vault and six Aztecs medaled in individual events.


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SDSU BASEBALL FALLS TO OREGON STATE 4-1

Aztecs unable to score after loading the bases in ninth

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February 28, 2020 (San Diego) - Despite a pair of threats in the final two innings, San Diego State dropped its second straight game to Oregon State on Friday after suffering a 4-1 defeat at Tony Gwynn Stadium.


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MORENO, BALINT COMBINE FOR ONE-HIT SHUTOUT IN SDSU'S WIN OVER WEBER STATE

Duo posts San Diego State's third shutout of the season

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February 28, 2020 (San Diego) -  Marissa Moreno and Maggie Balint combined for a one-hit shutout in San Diego State’s 1-0 victory over Weber State on the first day of the San Diego Classic Friday at SDSU Softball Stadium. It was the third shutout of the season for the Aztecs (12-7).


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10 AZTECS SCORE AS LACROSSE TOPS CAL 16-11

SDSU captured its second win over a Pac-12 school in 2020

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February 28, 2020 (San Diego) - 10 different Aztecs found the back of the net as the San Diego State lacrosse team picked up its second win of the season over the University of California, Berkeley, besting the Golden Bears 16-11 Friday at Aztec Lacrosse Field.


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SDSU TRACK & FIELD HAS 14 ATHLETES QUALIFY FOR SATURDAY'S FINAL EVENTS AT MW INDOOR CHAMPIONSHIPS

Aztecs sit in fourth place entering final day

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February 28, 2020 (Albuquerque) - The Aztec track and field team completed the second day of the Mountain West Indoor Championships and had 14 athletes qualify for Saturday’s finals. Through five events, the Aztecs set in fourth place with a chance an opportunity to gain ground Saturday in the pole vault and sprints.


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AZTECS WATER POLO OPENS CONFERENCE PLAY WITH AN 18-5 VICTORY

Five Aztecs scored multiple goals

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February 28, 2020 (Irvine) -  The No. 16-ranked San Diego State water polo team equaled its season-high for goals scoring in an 18-5 win against the Concordia University Eagles in each team’s Golden Coast Conference (GCC) opener on Friday afternoon.


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HEAR OUR INTERVIEW: SARA JACOBS, 53RD CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT CANDIDATE

By Miriam Raftery

February 27, 2020 (San Diego)—Sara Jacobs is the front runner in a field of 13 candidates running in the 53rd Congressional district, according to a San Diego Union-Tribune poll. She’s a Democrat hoping to fill the vacancy when Congresswoman Susan Davis retires.

She says she’s dedicated her career to building a better, safer world and fighting for the most vulnerable people by making institutions and policies fairer. She’s served at the U.S. State Department, at UNICEF, and the United Nations. She holds a Master of International Affairs degree in international security policy and conflict resolution from Columbia University. She’s Founder and Chair of San Diego for Every Child: The Coalition to End Child Poverty.

Granddaughter of Qualcomm founder Irwin Jacobs, she wants to harness technology to solve big problems and served as founding CEO of Project Connect, a nonprofit that helped map every school in the world with a goal of connecting all to the Internet, a  project now a flagship part of UNICEFs work around the world.  

Hear our full interview by clicking the audio link, or scroll down for highlights.

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SDSU WOMEN'S BASKETBALL CLOSES OUT REGULAR SEASON WITH 81-68 WIN OVER NEVADA

Aztecs finish 9-9 in the Mountain West and tied for fifth place

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February 27, 2020 (San Diego) - The Aztec women’s basketball team (14-16, 9-9) closed out the regular season with a dominating 81-68 win over Nevada (14-15, 7-11) on senior night Thursday evening. SDSU shot 49 percent from the field and scored a season-high 81 points while holding the Wolf Pack to 35 percent shooting and outrebounded them 43-32.


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HEAR OUR INTERVIEW: BRIAN SESKO, LAKESIDE PLANNING CHAIR RUNNING FOR COUNTY SUPERVISOR

By Miriam Raftery

“I believe the county planning commission should be banned and that authority should be vested in each individual planning board,”—Brian Sesko

February 27, 2020 (San Diego’s East County) -- Last week, we published interviews with three of the four candidates running for the 2nd supervisorial seat being vacated by Dianne Jacob through term limits. Now we’ve interviewed in depth the fourth candidate, Brian Sesko.

He’s chairman of the Lakeside Planning Group and a member of the Lakeside Design Review Board. He’s also a homebuilder, realtor, and a rancher who calls himself a “real life cowboy.”

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SDSU TRACK & FIELD'S ASIA SMITH WINS PENTATHLON AT MW INDOOR CHAMPIONSHIPS

Aztecs also set school record in the distance medley relay

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February 27, 2020 (Albuquerque) - he Aztec track and field team had a successful first day at the Mountain West Indoor Championships Thursday at the Albuquerque Convention Center. The day was highlighted by Asia Smith winning the pentathlon and the Aztecs shattering their school record in the distance medley relay.


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SAN DIEGO STATE FOOTBALL RELEASES 2020 SCHEDULE

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February 27, 2020 (San Diego) - The San Diego State football released its 2020 schedule on Thursday. Game times and television arrangements, including moves to non-Saturdays will be announced at a later date.


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VOTER GUIDE TO SAN DIEGO COUNTY RACES IN MARCH 3 PRESIDENTIAL PRIMARY

February 27, 2020 (San Diego)-- The ballot for the March 3 primary in San Diego County is short but consequential, including candidates for President, Congress and Mayor of San Diego, as well as controversial ballot measures. It’s complicated by the chance you won’t get the Presidential ballot you need if you procrastinate.

Here is what you need to know to understand the candidates and prepare for the primary election in San Diego County.


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APPEALS COURT BLOCKS RELEASE OF “BOLDER THAN MOST” RAPIST

By Miriam Raftery
 
February 27, 2020 (San Diego)—The appellate court on Monday voted to block release of Alvin Quarles, dubbed the “Bolder than most” rapist, into Jacumba Hot Springs.
 
The appellate court overturned a decision made by Superior Court  Judge David Gill to grant a conditional release to Quarles, who drew criticism for holding closed-door hearings that shut out victims and the public. 
 
A bill supported by District Attorney Summer Stephans, called the Sexually Violent Predator Act, has been introduced in the State Senate to require that hearings on release of sexual predators be held in open court, unless a judge can provide a compelling reason for secrecy.
 

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BARTO FILES POLICE REPORT, ALLEGES VIOLENCE BY CVUSD STAFFER. CVUSD DENIES INCIDENT, THREATENS ECM AND TRIES TO SUPPRESS NEWS REPORT

By Miriam Raftery

Photo: Barto's bruised and swollen hand after the alleged door-slamming incident

February 26, 2020 (El Cajon) – Cajon Valley Union School District trustee Jill Barto has filed a police report alleging that executive coordinator Naomie Rodrigues intentionally slammed a door on Barto’s hand at the district office on Dec. 19, causing pain, distress and injury.  ECM journalist Paul Kruze has told police that he witnessed the alleged injury.

The district calls the allegations of the door-slamming and injury to Barto “false.” The district’s law firm, Artiano Shinoff, has sent a letter threatening ECM with legal action after learning that ECM intended to publish a news report on the alleged physical attack.

The alleged door-slamming injury occurred just two weeks after Barto filed a federal lawsuit against the district alleging violations of her civil rights and First Amendment free speech rights, as ECM reported. The district then filed a countersuit against Barto. The legal threat to ECM, moreover, came just two days after journalist Kruze filed his own claim against the district alleging  "false and harmful" defamatory statements..

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SDSU SOFTBALL FALLS IN EXTRA INNINGS AT CALIFORNIA BAPTIST 1-0

Teams combine for 22 strikeouts and just seven hits

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February 26, 2020 (Riverside) -  In a pitchers’ duel, the San Diego State softball team was edged by California Baptist, 1-0, in eight innings Wednesday night at John C. Funk Stadium. The Aztecs fell to 11-7 with the loss.


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JUDICIAL CANDIDATE SHAWN MCMILLAN DRAWS CRITICISMS OVER RACIAL, SEXIST AND POLITICAL POSTS ON FACEBOOK

 

By Miriam Raftery

 

February 26, 2020 (San Diego) ---According to the American Bar Association’s model code of judicial ethics, “A judge shall uphold and promote the independence, integrity, and impartiality of the judiciary, and shall avoid impropriety and the appearance of impropriety.”  Judges are also supposed to refrain from most political activities.

The rules are in place so that all parties coming before a judge can have faith their case will be decided without prejudice based on race, national origin, gender, religion, politics, or anything other than the facts in their case. 

But Shawn McMillan, a candidate for San Diego Superior Court, has posted numerous memes on his Facebook page with racist, sexist, anti-Muslim and homophobic themes as well as posts bashing Democrats. 


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EAST COUNTY ROUNDUP: LOCAL AND STATEWIDE NEWS


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ECM WORLD WATCH: NATIONAL AND GLOBAL NEWS

February 26, 2020 (San Diego’s East County) - East County Magazine's World Watch helps you be an informed citizen on important issues globally and nationally. As part of our commitment to reflect all voices and views, we include links to a variety of news sources representing a broad spectrum of political, religious, and social views. Top world and U.S. headlines include:

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DANGEROUS HIGH WINDS, WEATHER SERVICE WARNS

February 26, 2020 -- A high wind warning is in effect until 4 p.m. for San Diego's mountains and inland valleys. A wind gust of 106 miles per hour was measured early this morning at Sill Hill in East County--possibly the highest ever recorded in our county, the Natioal Weather Service reports.  Gusts up to 75 mph with sustained winds of 30-40 mph are forecast for today. 

The National Weather Service issued this specific warning: "Damaging winds will blow down trees and power lines. Power outages are possible. Travel will be difficult, especially for high profile vehicles." 

SDG&E's outage map at https://www.sdge.com/residential/customer-service/outage-center/outage-map  reports numerous outages have already occurred across our mountain and rural areas this morning. You can view estimated restoration times on the map.


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ATTORNEY GENERAL BECERRA ANNOUNCES MISSING PERSONS DNA BREAKTHROUGH

California Department of Justice is the first accredited state crime lab in North America to fully sequence mitochondrial DNA 
 
February 26, 2020 (Richmond, CA) --  California Attorney General Xavier Becerra yesterday announced a DNA technology advancement that will enable the California Department of Justice to increase its ability to successfully identify unknown persons. The Department is the first accredited state crime lab in North America to begin fully sequencing mitochondrial DNA, which makes it easier to test degraded evidence samples that have been subjected to harsh environmental conditions. This advancement is particularly important for being able to process DNA involving unknown human remains and help families find closure regarding loved ones who have gone missing.
 

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NATION’S ONLY FREE WRITERS’ CONFERENCE FOR HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS: MARCH 28 AT CANYON CREST ACADEMY IN SAN DIEGO

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Photo: Gretchen McNeil, keynote speaker and young adult novelist

February 26, 2020 (San Diego) -- Canyon Crest Academy’s Creative Writing Club announces the speaker line-up for the 9th Annual CCA Writers’ Conference on Saturday, March 28, 2020. This event is the only free writing conference for high school students in the country.

Sophie Camilleri, president of the CCA Creative Writing Club noted, “We are very proud of this year’s line-up of speakers. We have New York Times bestselling authors of young adult  novels, graphic novels and comic books, Hollywood screenwriters and producers, an amazing poet and performer, a literary agent, a college essay expert, a Comedy Central stand-up comic, an award-winning playwright, songwriters, and so much more!”


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SENATOR BRIAN JONES INTRODUCES BILL TO REDUCE LICENSING BURDENS ON CALIFORNIANS

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February 26, 2020 (Sacramento) - State Senator Brian Jones (R-Santee) announced today he introduced Senate Bill 878 (fact sheet).  SB 878 will require all boards and bureaus within the Department of Consumer Affairs to prominently display on their websites the current average timeframe for processing initial and renewal license applications.
 
The Department of Consumers Affairs (DCA) administers more than 3.9 million licenses in more than 280 license types including certificates, registrations and permits, from architects to accountants, dentists to veterinarians, according to the DCA website.

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DROP-OFF MAIL BALLOTS AT 61 LOCAL LIBRARIES

February 26, 2020 (San Diego) – If you haven’t yet returned a mail-in ballot for the March 3 presidential primary election, you can drop it off at any of these 61 libraries throughout the county before Election Day during each location’s regular hours.  
 
You can also drop off ballots at your polling place on Election Day, however, the quicker ballots are returned to the Registrar’s Office, the quicker they can be prepared for counting on Election Night, saving time and taxpayer dollars.
 
“More than 1.3 million San Diego County voters have chosen the convenience of mail ballots and that number continues to rise,” said Registrar Michael Vu. “The early drop-off sites provide a great service for voters. They help with the timely return of mail ballots and decrease the high volume of voters dropping off mail ballots at polling places on Election Day.”
 
The library drop-off sites are not early voting locations, but for mail ballots only. Each mail ballot packet contains an insert with additional information about the drop-off locations.

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DA SPONSORS BILL TO KEEP SEX OFFENDER COURT HEARINGS OPEN TO THE PUBLIC

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February 26, 2020 (San Diego)-- San Diego County District Attorney Summer Stephan is sponsoring SB 1023, legislation authored by Senator Patricia Bates (R-Laguna Niguel) to require that proceedings for the civil commitment of a sexually violent predator and later hearings on a predator’s potential release be in open court and on the record, unless compelling and extraordinary circumstances justify closing the courtroom to the public. 
 
This bill would require a notice to all parties of any proposed closure at least 10 calendar days before a closed court hearing. 
 
“This important legislation supports the principles of democracy and transparency in our justice system by making sure court hearings for sexually-violent predators are open to the public,” DA Stephan said. “As District Attorney, I hear the pain from victims who’ve been terrorized by a sexual predator but are left in the dark and not able to learn pertinent information guaranteed to them by our open courts system.”

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SDSU MEN'S BASKETBALL: FLYNN, AZTECS RALLY TO BEAT RAMS 66-60

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February 26, 2020 (San Diego) - Malachi Flynn scored 10 of San Diego State's last 17 points and the No. 5 Aztecs rallied from a seven-point deficit to beat Colorado State 66-60 Tuesday night and rebound from their only loss


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