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La Mesa California

County remains ‘resilient’

San Diego Board of Supervisors Chairman Nathan Fletcher delivered the State of the County address from the county’s Emergency Medical Operation Center on Feb. 18. Major topics of the address were the county’s response to the COVID-19 pandemic, post-pandemic recovery, racial equality and racial injustice, economic injustice, and the continuation…

Group connects, empowers youth

Youth Will organizer Safia Haidari, 25 summed up the story of how the San Diego Youth Development Office transformed itself from a potentially city of San Diego-funded department dedicated to youth services, to a county-wide youth advocacy organization. From 2012 to 2019, the organization was developed under the city of…

More time to be spent on high school campuses

Grossmont Union High School District will move to level three of their five-tier reopening plan on March 1. By moving to level three students in the hybrid learning model will participate in on-campus classes two days a week and distance learning for the remaining three days a week. The district…

San Diego vaccinations don't match county demographics

White San Diegans have received almost half the vaccines, while only 17% have gone to Latinos. The county says the imbalance reflects demographics of first tiers.          Source: CBS 8 New feed

Agents perform drug raid on home in Clairemont

Authorities say several adults have been detained and an unknown amount of fentanyl and methamphetamine was seized during the raid.          Source: CBS 8 New feed

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