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  • TPHS wrestlers earn awards at California State Games

    TPHS wrestlers earn awards at California State Games

    The summer is in full swing for most of the Torrey Pines High School students. Some are enjoying a well-deserved vacation, swimming, going to the beach, but not for some wrestlers.

  • CCA Ravens girls basketball team wins championship

    CCA Ravens girls basketball team wins championship

    Canyon Crest Academy Ravens girls basketball team recently won the Sweetheart High School Tourney Championship July 9. The Ravens were led by co-MVP Tehila Cherry and Elaine Wang.

  • Canyon Crest Academy boys basketball competes in Europe

    Canyon Crest Academy boys basketball competes in Europe

    For nine days in June and July, Canyon Crest Academy Coach Brian Baum showcased his surging boys basketball program in Copenhagen, Denmark and Berlin, Germany while treating his players to tours and sightseeing in two of Europe’s most notable cities. In Copenhagen, the Ravens competed for three...

  • SDA water polo player Dylan Herrera hits the right note

    SDA water polo player Dylan Herrera hits the right note

    On the surface, the skill-sets required to play competitive high school water polo and succeed in the music business don’t offer obvious similarities. Dylan Herrera, an incoming junior at San Dieguito Academy (SDA), is the first to admit that. But from his perspective, both ventures are a lot easier...

  • Encinitas volleyball superstar sets her sights on Texas

    Encinitas volleyball superstar sets her sights on Texas

    When Encinitas native Lexi Sun, the top high school volleyball player in the United States, began her athletic career while still a child she originally excelled at another sport. “I grew up playing competitive soccer for Surf in Del Mar and we won back-to-back state championships,” said Sun, who...

Opinion

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  • July 20: letters to the editor

    Pat Vergne should run for City Council Take it from one who has known and dealt with him for decades, there is no more honest and capable person in Del Mar than Pat Vergne. I suggested he run for City Council some years ago but he said he wasn’t ready for that. My hope is that he now is. Jim Donovan...

  • July 13: Letters to the Editor

    Kudos to the Bruttens for Plaza upgrades Patricia and Marc Brutten — what a wonderful start for your plans to revitalize Del Mar Plaza. Your recent physical upgrades of the Plaza are first class and the new comfortable furnishings are delightful. A perfect place for neighbors to again enjoy neighbors...

  • June 29: Letters to the editor

    Short-term rentals have long played a key role in Del Mar Del Mar’s recent attempt to restrict residents’ renting of their homes for less then 30 days is yet another alarming example of the exclusionary direction our local government is trying to take Del Mar without concern for what is actually...

  • April 6: Letters to the editor

    Unicorns in Del Mar? Kudos to the City of Del Mar and the City Council for their transparency in posting the newly released feasibility study for a private police department on the City’s web site. Here is the link: http://www.delmar.ca.us/DocumentCenter/View/2837 I am neither supporting nor opposing...

  • April 13: From the Del Mar Mayor: Del Mar Public Safety

    April 13: From the Del Mar Mayor: Del Mar Public Safety

    Del Mar takes pride in its public safety. We have our own lifeguard service which makes our beaches safe for residents and visitors. We have our own fire department, which responds quickly to emergencies. We even have a one-person police officer who patrols our beaches and parks; the Del Mar Ranger....

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