November 2018 Articles

November 2018 Articles

NEW PEANUT ALLERGY TREATMENT HELPS TWO-THIRDS OF PATIENTS

 

 

By Miriam Raftery

November 19, 2018 (San Diego) -- An experimental treatment for people with peanut allergies is having dramatic results in two-thirdsof children who participated in a landmark study, the New England Journal of Medicine reports. The study was presented at the American College of Allergy, Asthma and Immunology’s annualscientific meeting 

 


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THANKSGIVING FORECAST: RAIN FOLLOWED BY SANTA ANA WINDS

 

 

East County News Service

November 19, 2018 (San Diego) – The National Weather Service is forecasting  light rainfall across most of the region late Wednesday through mid-day on Thanksgiving this Thursday, with more rain possible Friday and Saturday. Gusty west to southwest winds will develop over the mountains and deserts through the period.  There is also a small chance of precipitation Friday night into Saturday, then Santa Ana winds developing for early next week with potential for rapid fire spread, says forecaster Jimmy Taeger.


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ROBBERY AT SDSU TRANSIT STATION

 

 

East County News Service

November 19, 2018 (San Diego) – San Diego State University campus police are investigating a robbery that occurred Sunday, November 18th at 5:21 p.m. at the SDSU MTS Transit Station located at 5200 Campanile Drive.  The suspects reportedly pushed the victim and then took a cell phone while exiting the trolley. The victim sustained minor injuries and detectives are following up on several leads. 


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SDSU WOMEN’S BASKETBALL: AZTECS CRUISE TO 81-38 WIN OVER INCARNATE WORD

 

 

Five Aztecs scored in double figures 

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November 18, 2018 (San Diego) - Behind a dominant second quarter, the Aztecs (3-1) cruised to an 81-38 win over Incarnate Word Sunday afternoon. Five Aztecs scored at least ten points and ten players total scored.


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BRUSH FIRE IN LAKESIDE NEAR LAKE JENNINGS

Update 3:30 p.m.: The fire is now 8 acres, Lakeside Fire reports, but the spread is slowing and no structues are threatened.

 

East County Wildfire & Emergency Alerts

Photo by Rose Masters

November 18, 2018 (Lakeside) -- Cal Fire and Lakeside Fire are in unified command battling to suppress the #ElMonteFire that began shortly before 3 p.m. today in the 14000 block of El Monte Road. The blaze has burned approximately a half acre of brush in the riverbed but no structures are currently threatened, Cal Fire reports. The fire is spreading at a moderate rate.

The incident commander has requested closure of El Monte Road at Lake Jennings Road, Brush Fire Party Line reports. Aerial firefighting aicraft are now at the scene.


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LAKESIDE RESIDENT FILES GRAND JURY COMPLAINT OVER SAND MINE, SUBMITS PETITION TO COUNTY WITH MAJORITY OF NEIGHBORS OPPOSED

By Miriam Raftery

November 18, 2018 (Lakeside) – Lakeside activist Barry  A.Treahy and his wife, Jackie, have submitted a letter and petition to County Supervisors opposing a sand mining project in El Monte Valley. Treahy says the petition has been signed by a majority of property owners deemed by the County to be within the “sphere of influence” of the El Monte Nature Preserve LLC project, the ironically named sand mining endeavor.  Barry Treahy has also filed a complaint with the County Grand Jury (see attachments 1, 2, 3, 4)

Treahy contends that adding sand mining in the 1970s as an allowable land use bypassed critical notification to neighbors.  He further contends that the county’s Planning and Development Services program, which is funded entirely by developer fees without tax revenues, “opens the door to salary abuse, overcharging clients, outside influence, extortion and corruption. The obligation of a Government entity is collect taxes to fund necessary activities. The correct method to avoid those pitfalls,” Treahy’s Grand Jury complaint states.


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FEDERAL ORDER DISMISSES CPUC APPEAL, ALLOWS AGUIRRE TO BE PAID FOR SAN ONOFRE SETTLEMENT BENEFITTING RATEPAYERS

 

 

By Miriam Raftery

Photo: Ray Lutz, founder of Citizens Oversight, lead plaintiff in the case that recovered  $775 million for ratepayers, praises the courts action.

November 18, 2018 (San Diego)  The U.S. 9th Circuit Court of Appeals on Thursday dismissed an appeal from the California Public Utilities Commission which had sought to block payment of $5.4 million in legal fees to the law firm of former San Diego City Attorney Mike Aguirre. The fees were for work done by Aguirre’s firm on behalf of ratepayers in a settlement which saved ratepayers $775 million dollars related to shutdown of the San Onofre nuclear power plant.


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GOT POWER? DEC. 6 FORUM IN ALPINE ON GENERTAORS, SOLAR BATTERY BACKUPS AND MORE EMERGENCY POWER OPTIONS

 

 

East County News Service

November 18, 2018 (Alpine)  Be prepared for power outages! The Alpine Library will host a forum for you to learn more about generators, solar battery backup and other residential emergency power options on Thursday, December 6 at 5:30 p.m.  


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LEMON GROVE TO CONSIDER TOBACCO RETAIL LICENSING ORDINANCE TUESDAY

 

By Miriam Raftery

November 18, 2018 (Lemon Grove) – Lemon Grove’s City Council will consider a tobacco retail licensing ordinance aimed at keeping tobacco products away from children. Following months of planning and community input, the ordinance will have its first reading at Tuesday’s 6 p.m. council meeting at the Lemon Grove Community Center, 3146 School Lane, Lemon Grove.


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LOCAL ADVOCATE CALLS ON CALIF. ATTORNEY GENERAL TO PROTECT WILD HORSES

 

By Miriam Raftery

Photo: Bureau of Land Management, wild horses, unspecified location

November 18, 2018 (San Diego’s East County) -- Kathleen Hayden of Santa Ysabel, co-founder of  Coyote Canyon Caballos d’Anza, has long fought to restore San Diego county’s heritage herd of wild horses. Now she’s joined a fight to save wild horses in Double Devil Corrals at Alturas, California, where the federal government has authorized a roundup and sale of hundreds of wild horses.

Hayden has penned a letter to California Attorney General Xavier Becerra urging him to enforce California Fish and Wildlife’s mandate to add our state’s wild horse herds to the list of protected native species in order to halt the sale. She cites fossil evidence indicating that California wild horses are descendants of indigenous species.

Below is Hayden’s letter:


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SDSU FOOTBALL: AZTECS DROP DECISION IN FRESNO

 

 

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November 17, 2018 (Fresno) - San Diego State limited Fresno State's high-powered offense to 390 yards and 23 points, but the Aztecs were unable to capitalize on two drives inside the Bulldog 30-yard line in a 23-14 loss Saturday night.


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SDSU VOLLEYBALL FALLS AGAINST SAN JOSE STATE IN SEASON FINALE

 

 

Deja Harris breaks school’s career block assists record 

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November 17, 2018 (San Diego) - In her final collegiate match, Deja Harris set the new school record for career block assists with 484 in San Diego State volleyball's five-set loss (25-20, 23-25, 26-28, 25-17, 15-12). The Aztecs conclude their season with a 10-21 record, including a 8-10 mark in Mountain West play. 


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SDSU SWIMMING AND DIVING FINISHES THIRD AT MIZZOU INVITATIONAL

 

 

Aztecs rewrite record book in a successful final day

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November 17, 2018 (Columbia, Mo.) - The San Diego State swimming and diving team finished action at the Mizzou Invitational on Saturday, placing third. The Aztecs totaled 636 points, trailing only first-place Missouri (1,171) and second-place Arkansas (714).


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LEADERS IN WINE INDUSTRY HONORED WITH SIXTH ANNUAL TRAILBLAZERS AWARDS

 

 

By Miriam Raftery

November 17, 2018 (San Diegos East County)  Leaders in our local wine-making industry were honored at the 6thannual Trailblazer Awards presented by Maness Vineyards owners Greg and Paula Maness and past award winners. This years awards were presented during the Toast of East County at the Elks Lodge in El Cajon, hosted by the San Diego East County Chamber of Commerce

This years winners include Elaine Littleton and Norm Case of Hatfield Creek Winery and Vineyards, Johnny and Shirley Schwaesdall of Schwaesdall Winery, family achievement award accepted bJoe Harmes of Vineyard Haciendaand a lifetime achievement award for wine instructor Dominic Dick Colangelo.


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HORSE-DRAWN CARRIAGE RIDES HIGHLIGHT SANTEE TREE LIGHTING CELEBRATION

 

 

By Rebecca Jefferis Williamson 

November 17, 2018 (Santee) — The 2018 Santee Holiday Lighting Celebration was held on November 16th at Santee Trolley Square.  At 6:15 p.m., with thousands watching, the tree was lit with accompanying fireworks.   


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SWING WITH SANTA GOLF TOURNAMENT RAISED OVER $16,000 FOR ST. MADELEINE SOPHIE’S CENTER

 

Annual event raised funds for SMSC’s 2018 student holiday celebration

Source: St. Madeleine Sophie’s Center

Photos by Jennie Edwards, Guided By Imagination Photography

November 16, 2018 (El Cajon) --St. Madeleine Sophie’s Center (SMSC) held its 5th annual Swing with Santa Golf Tournament on Friday, November 2, 2018. The sold-out event raised more than $16,000 to fund SMSC’s 2018 Student Holiday Celebration. The annual golf tournament featured a fun-filled day of games, a silent auction, food and more.

Golfers received a round of golf, lunch, a happy hour reception and a gift bag. Guests also met Santa and Elvis, who arrived to the golf course by helicopter, and SMSC student, Sam Dupree, sang the national anthem to help kick off the golf tournament. The Presenting Sponsor for this year’s Golf Tournament was Sycuan Casino, Tournament Sponsor was Keller Williams Realty San Diego East Foothills, and the On the Green Sponsors included A. Vidovich Construction Co., Cartwright Termite & Pest Control, Inc., EDCO Disposal, Lundy Insurance Services, Inc. and SDG&E.


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ESCONDIDO MAYOR'S RACE UPSET SHOWS IMPACT OF "AMMAR EFFECT"

 

Source:  Indi Squared

Photo:  Indi Squared Canvass Kickoff, Escondido CA  9/2/18

November 16, 2018 (Escondido) -- Just as Texas Senate candidate Beto O’Rourke is being credited with the “Beto Effect” – a massive voter turnout that lifted down-ballot Democrats to victory in Congress and the Texas legislature – a similar, if smaller, dynamic may be taking place in CA50.

Extraordinary voter outreach on behalf of congressional candidate Ammar Campa-Najjar exceeded any effort on behalf of a Democratic campaign in CA50 history. While ballots are still being counted at the San Diego County Registrar of Voters, with 92,873 votes, Campa-Najjar has more than doubled the vote for Duncan Hunter’s last midterm challenger, James Kimber, who received 45,302 votes in 2014, according to Ballotpedia.


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CALIFORNIANS FIND $17 MILLION IN LOST LIFE INSURANCE BENEFITS

 

Source:  Insurance Commissioner Dave Jones

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November 16, 2018 (Sacramento) - The Life Insurance Policy Locator - launched by the California Department of Insurance through the National Association of Insurance Commissioners - has matched consumers with policies totaling $17,332,464 just in the past 12 months, and $33,863,187 since the 2016 launch.

"This policy locator has made a meaningful difference in thousands of Californian's lives." said California Insurance Commissioner Dave Jones. "State insurance regulators saw a need for a national service like this a few years ago and we want to do everything to protect consumers. This tool efficiently connects consumers with lost policies and money they're owed."


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SDSU SWIMMING AND DIVING REMAINS THIRD AT MIZZOU INVITATIONAL

 

Aztecs record four times that rank inside program's top 10

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November 16, 2018 (Columbia, Mo.) - The San Diego State swimming and diving team continued a strong run at the Mizzou Invitational on Friday, maintaining their third-place standing after the second day of events. Heading into tomorrow's final day, the Aztecs (441.5 points) only trail Missouri (768.5) and Arkansas (503).

After a pair of third-place finishes in relays on Thursday, the Aztecs recorded another third-place finish in the 200 medley relay, with Elli Ferrin, Klara Thormalm, Courtney Vincent, and Alma Thormalm combining for a 1:39.39 -- the sixth fastest time in school history.


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BREAKFAST WITH SANTA DEC. 8 IN ALPINE

 

East County News Service

November 16, 2018 (Alpine) – You’re invited to bring the kids and savor breakfast with Santa at the Alpine Community Center (1830 Alpine Blvd., Alpine) on Saturday, December 8 from 9-11 a.m.

Every child will receive a gift from Santa! There will also be holiday crafts for kids.

Proceeds benefit the Alpine Community Center.  Tickets ($15 adults, children ages 4-9 $5, under 3 years free) are available at www.AlpineCommunityCenter.com.  For more information, call 619-445-7330.


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THANKSGIVING LEFTOVERS, A TERRIBLE FOOD THING TO WASTE

 

For a lot of us, one of the best things about Thanksgiving is all those leftovers—gravy-covered turkey sandwiches, mashed potatoes and pie for days!

But too much of anything can be a bad thing, even Thanksgiving leftovers. Every year, 40 percent of all food in the U.S. is wasted, often by being tossed out as trash into landfills, even as many Americans don’t have enough to eat, according to the National Resources Defense Council. In addition, the average four-person household spends $1,500 a year on food they end up throwing out.


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RINCON INDIANS AND SUPERVISOR HORN TO GIVE AWAY 500 TURKEYS TO NEED FAMILIES THIS WEEKEND

 

 

East County News Service

November 16, 2018 (Escondido) -- The Rincon band of Luiseño Indians and Supervisor Bill Horn will be distributing 500 turkeys with all the trimmings to North County families in need this Thanksgiving season.   


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EAST COUNTY RESIDENTS AIR ISSUES OVER OUTAGES

By Miriam Raftery

November 16, 2018 (San Diego’s East County)—With wildfires raging in northern and southern California, where power lines are suspected of causing deadly blazes,  residents in San Diego’s rural and mountain communities have been grappling with serious challenges posed, conversely, by a utility company shutting off power to some 30,000 residences during high winds this week in an effort to prevent fires.

Backcountry blogs sizzled as residents eventually able to access the internet posted a litany of complaints including life-threatening issues.


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COMING SOON TO SANTEE: A COMBINED MULTIPLEX CINEMA AND RESTAURANT

By Mike Allen

November 16, 2018 (Santee)--Santee is finally getting an indoor movie theater, and another restaurant to go with it.

The long-awaited project that was a top priority of elected officials and most of the city’s candidates is slated to become a reality following unanimous approval of a contract by the Santee City Council Nov. 14.

The council voted 5-0 to enter into a development agreement with Eneract LLC to build a multi-screen movie theater and restaurant that will be operated by Studio Movie Grill, a Dallas-based private company that pioneered the dine-in cinema concept starting in the 1990s.


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630 MISSING AS CONFIRMED DEATH TOLL RISES TO 60 IN CAMP FIRE

 

Tragedy raises questions on evacuation notifications, causes and potential utility liability; locally concerns rise over power outages and building in areas where a wildfire could cause  traffic gridlock and mass fatalities

By Miriam Raftery

November 16, 2018 (San Diego) – The Camp Fire’s grim toll has risen to 60 confirmed deaths while the list of missing has skyrocketed to 630 as authorities review 911 calls and other reports.  The Paradise Post has published a list of those missing in the state’s deadliest wildfire, which thus far has burned 142,000 acres. The Post has dropped bundles of its newspapers off at evacuation shelters, since delivery is impossible in a town where 90% of the buildings are now gone.

The blaze has destroyed 9,600 homes and 230 commercial buildings in Butte County, leveling the town of Paradise and also causing severe damage in several nearby communities north of Sacramento. The fire is now 45% contained.

But even those who survived without losing homes or businesses may suffer long term adverse health impacts due to air polluted by chemicals that have burned as the fire scorched through urban areas.   Air quality is rated hazardous across the Sacramento Valley and into San Francisco, where trolley car service has been temporarily halted due to the air pollution.

Meanwhile questions remain as to why so many were trapped and unable to escape. Most of those who perished were elderly and some who did get out report that they received no emergency warnings or evacuation notices. Authorities awaiting confirmation from fire officials reportedly got notices out too late for some residents closest to the monster wind-driven fire.


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SDSU SWIMMING AND DIVING STANDS THIRD AT MIZZOU INVITATIONAL

 

Courtney Vincent sets school record in 100 fly

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November 15, 2018 (Columbia, Mo.) - The San Diego State swimming and diving team scored 203.5 points on the first day of the Mizzou Invitational hosted by the University of Missouri on Thursday, trailing only Missouri (407.5) and Arkansas (279) while holding a significant lead on Florida International, which stands fourth with 145 points.


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TURNLUND LEADS SDSU VOLLEYBALL TO FOUR SET WIN OVER NEVADA

 

 

Hannah Turnlund posted a career-high 23 kills and 21 digs in victory

Source:  goaztecs.com

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November 15, 2018 (San Diego) - Behind a career night from junior Hannah Turnlund, the San Diego State volleyball team defeated Nevada in four sets (25-20, 28-30, 26-24, 25-23) at Peterson Gym on Thursday evening. SDSU improves to 8-9 in Mountain West action (10-20 overall) while Nevada falls to 1-16 in league action (8-20 overall). 


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SDSU WOMEN'S HOOPS RUNS PAST CS FULLERTON 83-72

 

 

Four Aztecs had at least 15 points

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November 15, 2018 (Fullerton) - The San Diego State women’s basketball team knocked off Cal State Fullerton 83-72 Thursday evening at Titan Gym. Four Aztecs scored at least 15 points, led by Téa Adams’ career-high 21 points.


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“AFTER THE WIND” AUTHOR ROGER CONLEE IN LEMON GROVE NOV. 17

 

 

East County News Service

November 15, 2018 (Lemon Grove) – Roger Conlee will present an author talk Saturday, November 17 at 2 p.m. at the Lemon Grove Library (3001 School Lane in Lemon Grove) on his new book,  After the Wind.  


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COUNTY DELAYS HEARINGS ON MAJOR DEVELOPMENTS DUE TO SIERRA CLUB LAWSUIT

By Miriam Raftery

November 15, 2018 (San Diego) -- On Tuesday, San Diego County announced that several proposed General Plan Amendments to allow construction of massive development projects will not be heard by the Board of Supervisors in 2018 due to litigation over the Countys climate action plan and a court injunction.  Projects with hearings postponed include Lilac Hills Ranch, Otay Village 14, Planning Areas 16 and 19, Warner Ranch, and Property Specific Requests.




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