June 2016 Articles

EXTREME HEAT WARNING-- AND COOL ZONE LOCATIONS

 

Update: See our list of fun places to cool off that aren't on the county's list of cool zones -- we found bowling alleys, ice rinks, theaters, malls, casinos, splash parks and more,plus tips on how to coll down at home:http://www.eastcountymagazine.org/more-places-cool-sunday

Flex power outages are possible, SDG&E warns, so be prepared!

East County News Service

June 17, 2016 (San Diego's East County) -- Extremely high temperatures forecast for the valleys, mountains, and desert areas of San Diego County have prompted the National Weather Service to issue an excessive heat warning.  The warning is in effect from 11 a.m. Sunday, June 19th, through 8 p.m. Wednesday, June 23rd across our county.  Temperatures could reach 25 degrees higher than normal in some locations, with deserts hitting 120 degrees and many inland areas in triple digit temperatures.

The County operates a Cool Zones program and has designated more than 115 air-conditioned buildings as cooling centers.  For a complete listing of Cool Zone locations, see the Emergency Map. Additionally, the following two Cool Zones have extended hours for Sunday 11 a.m. – 5 p.m. and Monday 10 a.m. – 6 p.m.:

  • Borrego Springs Library, 587 Palm Canyon Drive, Suite 125
  • Potrero Library, 24883 Potrero Valley Rd.

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SANTEE LOCAL NAMED TO U.S. MEN'S WATER POLO TEAM

 

By Liz Alper

Photo:  Alex Bowen during day three of the 15th FINA World Championships in Spain in 2013.  Courtesy Alex Bowen on Zimbio, originally from Al Bello/Getty Images Europe

June 17, 2016 (San Diego's East County) - Alex Bowen, a native of Santee who graduated from Stanford University last year, has been one of 14 athletes named to the U.S. Men's Water Polo team at the FINA League Super Final in Huizhou, China, KNSD reports.


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ASK AN AUTHOR – SHOULD AUTHORS KNOW A NOVEL'S ENDING BEFOREHAND?

 

Answering your questions about writing, publishing, and marketing books

By Sarka-Jonae Miller

June 17, 2016 (San Diego's East County) - Maryann Jordan, author of 17 published books including Sacrifice Love, Gabe, and Love's Taming, is joining us today to talk about an important aspect of the pre-writing stage in a manuscript's development – namely should you already know the ending before you begin? Maryann Jordan is an Amazon and Barnes & Noble best-selling author. Her novel Emma's Home will be included in the upcoming 12-book bundle Finding Love in All the Right Places. The collection is near and dear to my heart as it also will feature one of my novels, Aching for You.

Should an author have the ending of the novel decided before they begin writing? - Travis Norwood, author of Sugar Scars


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COMPANIES INCREASINGLY PASS ON SPONSORING TRUMP'S REPUBLICAN NOMINATION CONVENTION

 

By Joe Gandelman

Originally printed in The Moderate Voice, a member of the San Diego Online News Association

June 17, 2016 (San Diego's East County) - It’s almost like a scene in Titanic, where the lucky ones are able to flee the sinking ship and get away on a lifeboat.

Big corporations often jump at the chance to sponsor big conventions. But when the Republican Party holds its convention in Cleveland next month, it’ll be minus some big corporations which don’t want to be stuck with the smell of the party’s presumptive Presidential nominee Donald Trump on their branding. This is a YUGE development, if you follow how conventions work:


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PADRES HAVE TYPICAL SERIES GAME ONE AGAINST THE NATIONALS: THEY LOSE

 

By Liz Alper

Photo: Rady Children’s auxiliary was recognized for their hard work before the game.  Courtesy @Padres on Twitter

June 16, 2016 (San Diego) - The Washington Nationals arrived in San Diego for the start of a four-game series tonight.  Tanner Roark got the start for Washington against Erik Johnson for San Diego.


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READER'S EDITORIAL: 2ND AMENDMENT MISINTERPRETATION AND APPLICATION IS CAUSE FOR PROLIFERATION OF GUN VIOLENCE

 

A well regulated militia, being necessary to the security of a free state, the right of the people to keep and bear Arms, shall not be infringed. --2nd Amendment to the United States Constitution

By Dennis Moore (a survivor of gun violence)

June 15, 2016 (San Diego)--The framers of the Constitution did not have in mind that the right to bear arms would result in the countless deaths of ordinary citizens by other ordinary citizens throughout our great country by “Glocks” and other semi-automatic weapons at malls and schools. Nor could they have envisioned the shooting deaths of  nine members of a church in South Carolina at a worship service by a deranged young man, as well as the mass killings by gunfire at a theater in Colorado.


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SDSU TRACK & FIELD'S ASHLEY HENDERSON NAMED MOUNTAIN WEST OUTDOOR TRACK & FIELD'S STUDENT ATHLETE OF THE YEAR

 

By Liz Alper

Photo: Ashley Henderson courtesy goaztecs.com

June 16, 2016 (Colorado Springs, Co.) - San Diego State University sophomore Ashley Henderson has been named the Mountain West Conference's outdoor track & field Student Athlete of the Year.


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VIDEO OF THE MONTH: FINE FIDDLING IN JULIAN

 

June 16, 2016 (Julian) -- Alex Sharps dazzled the audience at the Julian Fiddle and Pickin' Contest last weekend, which drew competitors from across the nation.

Sharps placed third in the highly competitive Open Fiddling category.


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PARALLELS FROM THE PAST: EXHIBIT ON INTERNMENT OF LOCAL JAPANESE-AMERICAN STUDENTS IN WWII EVOKES FEARS “IT COULD HAPPEN AGAIN,” SAYS HISTORIAN

 

By Chisato Iverson and Miriam Raftery

 

June 16, 2016 (La Mesa) –For Donna Neimeier at the La Mesa Historical Society, preparing an exhibit on Grossmont High School students forced into internment camps during World War II provided troubling memories from her own childhood.

“I was in first or second grade when all of this happened. I knew that my Japanese friends were gone…We didn’t know where they went,” she recalled.  After  her friends returned, she recalls, “They were very withdrawn and they never talked about it..”

Now she reflects, “Here I am, 75 years later, learning about this whole thing…I think with prejudice and the way we all feel about prejudice now, it’s something that is very upsetting to me personally, that it happened.”   The most important reason for the museum’s exhibit, she believes, is to teach people about the past, in hopes that it will never be repeated.


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DULZURA WOMAN DIES IN JAMUL CRASH

 

East County News Service

June 16, 2016 (Dulzura) – A 36-year-old woman from Dulzura died at the scene of a rollover accident yesterday on State Route 94 East of Otay Lakes Road in Jamul. She was not wearing a seatbelt.


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LOCAL CHAMBERS TO PRESENT "POLITICS IN PARADISE" IN NEW FORMAT

 

 

East County News Service

 

June 15, 2016 (San Diego's East County) – Local chamber of commerce groups in San Diego’s East County will jointly present “Politics in Paradise” from 5:30 to 8 p.m., Thursday, June 30, at the Water Conservation Garden at Cuyamaca College, 12122 Cuyamaca College Dr. West, El Cajon. Chambers supporting the event include the San Diego East County Chamber, Lakeside Chamber, Santee Chamber and Alpine Mountain Empire Chamber. Also supporting the event is the San Diego East County Economic Development Council (ECEDC).


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ARREST MADE IN DEL CERRO MURDER OF WOMAN, 74

 

East County News Service

June 15, 2016 (Del Cerro) – Eduardo Torres, 20, has been arrested and charged with holding two women hostage,  sexually assault, burglary and stabbing a 74-year-old woman to death Sunday night.


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ECM WORLD WATCH: NATIONAL AND GLOBAL NEWS

June 15, 2016 (San Diego's East County) -- East County Magazine's World Watch helps you be an informed citizen about important issues globally and nationally. As part of our commitment to reflect all voices and views, we include links to a wide 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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WORLD

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PADRES AVOID SWEEP, BEAT MARLINS 6-3 TO END SERIES

 

By Liz Alper

Photo courtesy @Marlins on Twitter

June 15, 2016 (San Diego) - The Padres hoped to avoid the sweep in today’s series finale against the Miami Marlins. Justin Nicolino got the start for Miami against Luis Perdomo for San Diego.


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EAST COUNTY ROUNDUP: LOCAL AND STATEWIDE NEWS

June 15, 2016 (San Diego's East County) -- East County Roundup highlights top stories of interest to East County and San Diego’s inland regions, published in other media. This week’s top “Roundup” headlines include:

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STATE

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DESTINATION EAST COUNTY: TOP FESTIVALS AND EVENTS JUNE 18-JULY 4

 

Listen to Destination East County, also aired on KNSJ, by clicking the audio link.

We thank the County of San Diego for a Community Enhancement Grant supporting Destination East County.

By Miriam Raftery

June 15, 2016 (San Diego's East County)--This week’s Destination East County includes a Bohemian Bash, Boars and Brews, an art exhibit at the Wieghorst Museum, and Gunsmoke night with the Lions in El Cajon.

Plus we’ll have previews of coming attractions including outdoor movies, community concerts, and 4th of July festivities from small town parades to fireworks extravaganzas.

So stay tuned for all of these events and much, much more!

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EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW: GRACE KAMINAKA TSUIDA, JAPANESE INTERNMENT CAMP SURVIVOR FROM GROSSMONT HIGH SCHOOL

 

By Chisato Iversen

 

June 15, 2016 (La Mesa)-- Grace Kaminaka Tsuida, a student at Grossmont High School’s class of 1944, is a survivor of a Japanese-American internment camp during World War II.  As part of an AP class project at Grossmont High School , students documented the experiences of Grossmont students who were interned.  Their stories are documented in  Japanese American AP US American Reports  and can be seen in a special exhibit at the La Mesa Historical Society during June. 

Grace Kaminaka Tsuida  was born  Sept. 9,1926 in Lemon Grove. She made friends easily, like other children, until after the bombing of Pearl Harbor, when the U.S. government sent her family and others to an internment camp.  After their release, they were given an apology from the government, though it failed to acknowledge the humiliation and confusion they experience.  Now, 67 years later, Grace’s niece, Judy Miyamoto, helped arrange for Grace to finally receive her Grossmont High School Diploma.

Now 90 years old, Grace granted an exclusive interview with East County Magazine.   Please read her compelling story.


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ONLINE THREAT MADE AGAINST SAN DIEGO’S LGBT COMMUNITY

 

East County News Service

June 15, 2016 (San Diego) – 10 News is reporting that a post in the personal ads section on Craigslist showed a revolver being fired with a message threatening San Diego’s LGBT community with violence.


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RURAL FIRE STATIONS GET FOUR NEW QUICK-ATTACK VEHICLES

 

By Yvette Urrea Moe, County of San Diego Communications Office

June 15, 2016 (San Diego’s East County) -- San Diego County Fire can now dispatch up to four new quick-attack vehicles to assist CAL FIRE operations when a brush fire breaks out in a hard-to-reach part of the backcountry.


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WORST MASS SHOOTING IN U.S. HISTORY?

 

By Miriam Raftery

June 15, 2016 (San Diego’s East County) — Major media outlets have characterized the mass shooting at an Orlando nightclub, which killed 50 people, as the worst mass shooting in U.S. history. But some historians have now stepped forward to criticize that statement.


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THE PADRES ARE BAD FISHERMEN; LOSE SERIES TO MARLINS 5-2 IN GAME TWO

 

By Liz Alper

Photo courtesy @Padres on Twitter

June 14, 2016 (San Diego) - After an embarrassing start to the series against the fish last night, the Padres looked to rebound tonight.  Their pitcher-to-face was Tom Koehler.  Drew Pomeranz took the mound for San Diego.


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HIGHWAY 67 CONSTRUCTION UPDATE

 

East County News Service

June 14, 2016 (Ramona) -- Motorists traveling along SR-67 at Dye and Highland Valley Road in Ramona may have already noticed indications of construction at the intersection as part of a major upgrade project that includes road widening and more.  Crews placed construction signs the first week of June and the speed limit has been reduced from 55 to 45 mph for the safety of commuters and highway workers. For a description of the project click here.  


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RABID BAT FOUND AT SAN DIEGO ZOO SAFARI PARK

 

By Tom Christensen,


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HEAT WAVE TO ARRIVE THIS WEEKEND

 

East County News Service

 

June 14, 2016 (San Diego's East County) -- Very hot and potentially dangerous conditions are forecast for Sunday through the early part of next week as a strong ridge of high pressure develops over the Southwest. Monday is expected to be the hottest day, the National Weather Service in San Diego predicts.

Highs near the coast will be in the upper 80s to low 90s, in the 90s in the mountains, around 100 to 110 in the valleys and high desert, and over 115 in the low deserts.


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SIG ALERT: CRASH SHUTS DOWN WILDCAT CANYON IN LAKESIDE

East County Wildfire & Emergency Alerts

Update 8:10 a.m.  Big-rig tow is nearly at the scene. After towing away vehicles, road shutdown will be changed to one-way closure for next 10-12 hours while power line repairs are made, per CHP website. SDG&E will handle the traffic one-way closure.

Update 7:30 a.m. -- The fires are now out.  Two people have been transported to trauma centers with injuries.

June 14, 2016 (Lakeside) -- 6:40 a.m. A SIG ALERT has been issued for a two-vehicle crash on Wildcat Canyon at Willow Road in Lakeside. One vehicle is on its roof, the other 100 feet down an anbankment with people trapped inside. The crash sparked several small brush fires and knocked down power lines, causing an outage to 21 customers with power restoration estimated at 9:30 a.m. per SDG&E.

Lakeside and Heartland Fire are on the scene. 


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SIX AZTECS TRACK AND FIELD ATHLETES NAMED ALL-AMERICANS

 

By Liz Alper

Photo: Alexa Evans (left) and Rachel Alesi (right).  Courtesy goaztecs.com

June 13, 2016 (New Orleans) - The U.S. Track & Field and Cross-Country Coaches Association (USTFCCCA) announced today that six San Diego State athletes have been named All-Americans due to their performance at the last stop of the NCAA Outdoor Track & Field Championship last week in Eugene, Oregon.


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FISH GET OFF THE HOOK IN GAME ONE, BEAT PADRES 13-4

 

By Liz Alper

Photo:  if you were watching tonight’s game, you know who this is.  This Ichiro impersonator delighted Pads and Marlins fans alike at tonight’s game.  Courtesy @Marlins on Twitter

June 13, 2016 (San Diego) - The Miami Marlins, who have kind of fallen off the face of the Earth after fighting for their 15 minutes of fame a few years ago with a new state-of-the-art amusement par...er, I mean, stadium and drafting slugger Giancarlo Stanton, who lit up the league, came to Petco Park for a three-game series.  Wei-Yin Chen took the mound for the fish against Colin Rea for San Diego.


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BOHEMIAN BASH! EMERGENCY BENEFIT SATURDAY TO HELP OUR MEDIA AFTER VANDALISM DAMAGE

 

We're hosting an emergency benefit "Bohemian Bash" this Saturday, June 18 from 4 p.m. to 8 p.m. at our editor's home on Mt. Helix.  Come celebrate our communities' creative roots and savor summer solstice revelry at the hottest party of the season!

Last week, vandals and thieves knocked our radio show and KNSJ's station off the air, doing thousands of dollars of damage at the transmitter site on Mt. Laguna. Come help us rebuild and assure that our communities' voices will be back on the air!

Festivities at this free-spirited gathering with artists, authors, musicians, and thinkers will support nonprofit media in the public interest, local news reporting, and coverage of arts, music and culture. Hear live musical entertainment, savor delicious food and libations, enjoy comedy with Second Chances for Grace, hear poetry readings, watch San Diego Asian Artists Ensemble performers, and win fabulous prizes!   Share your ideas, mingle with our Bohemian crowd, and meet the media. 

Proceeds benefit KNSJ "people powered radio" and East County Magazine, both nonprofit organizations.

RSVP today for early bird rates! ($19, or 2 for $34 in advance, $22 at the door.)   Call 619-698-7617 or email editor@eastcountymagazine.org to RSVP. You can prepay online at http://www.eastcountymagazine.org/donate, check"East County Magazine" off our publisher's list of options and write"Bohemian Bash" on the designation line to secure your reservation.

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CONSUMER NOTICE: PHONE "SPOOFING" SCAM HITS ENERGY COMMISSION CALL CENTER

 

East County News Service

June 13, 2016 (Sacramento) - The California Energy Commission has a toll-free Renewable Call Center to help the public with information but this resource has been compromised.


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HOW TO TALK TO CHILDREN ABOUT VIOLENT EVENTS

 

By Jose A. Alvarez, County of San Diego Communications Office

June 13, 2016 (San Diego's East County) - Anxiety. Fear. Sadness.

Events like the Orlando shooting can generate strong emotions, especially in children.

These emotions can last a few days or weeks. The County of San Diego’s Deputy Director for Behavioral Health Services, Dr. Piedad Garcia, offers some advice on how to talk to children–and how to cope in general—with violent events like this:


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