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City Council begins reviewing districting maps

The Encinitas City Council on Oct. 10 began reviewing proposed maps of how the city could look once it is divided into districts but made no formal decisions at the meeting. A demographer presented two five-district and three four-district maps to the council, who said its focus is to try to maintain...

Lifestyle

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  • Encinitas girl shines in independent film

    Encinitas girl shines in independent film

    A young Encinitas girl is making waves on televisions and big screens. Kathleen Sheehy, 7, started doing commercials for brands such as H&M and BJ's Restaurant and Brewhouse last year. "She has a very outgoing personality, and I thought it might be something fun for her to do because she likes...

  • Young owner opens unique salon in Rancho Santa Fe

    Young owner opens unique salon in Rancho Santa Fe

    Salon Draven, which offers hair and nail services, opened up at the Palma de la Reina mixed use center in July.

  • Encinitas Oktoberfest

    Encinitas Oktoberfest

    The 22nd Annual Encinitas Chamber of Commerce Oktoberfest took place Oct. 1 on Mountain Vista Drive and El Camino Real in Encinitas. The event included authentic German music from The Bluebirds, the Gemütlichkeit Alpine Dancers, carnival rides, a street craft faire featuring 200 vendors and more....

  • Council member Tasha Boerner Horvath to run in 2018 California Assembly election

    Council member Tasha Boerner Horvath to run in 2018 California Assembly election

    Encinitas Council member Tasha Boerner Horvath officially announced her intent to run for California's 76th Assembly District in the November 2018 election the morning of Oct. 3. Boerner Horvath, a Democrat who was elected to a four-year council term in November 2016 after serving on the city's...

  • City council to decide marijuana regulations

    City council to decide marijuana regulations

    A decision on whether to cultivate marijuana and allow delivery services in Encinitas will be left to the city council in October after the task force assigned to the issue was left undecided at its final meeting Sept. 28. The Adult Use of Marijuana Act subcommittee was created in February with...

Sports

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  • Sept. 21: Week in Sports

    Sept. 21: Week in Sports

    Demitri Washington scored three touchdowns to lead Santa Fe Christian to a 58-14 nonleague victory over La Jolla on Sept. 15.

  • Sept. 14: Week in Sports

    Sept. 14: Week in Sports

    Torrey Pines defeated Fallbrook 44-0 in a nonleague game on Sept. 8.

  • La Costa Canyon’s cross country coach Bill Vice ready for another great season

    La Costa Canyon’s cross country coach Bill Vice ready for another great season

    In the 20 years since Bill Vice took over the helm of the boys and girls cross country teams at La Costa Canyon High School he has become one of the most successful coaches in one of the most successful high school athletic programs in San Diego. Between them, his two squads have collected nine...

  • Former standout CCA volleyball player remains connected to program

    Former standout CCA volleyball player remains connected to program

    When Kalie Wood struggled early on in her Canyon Crest Academy volleyball career she went to coaches for help. They tossed her a yoga mat. “(CCA Volleyball coach Ariel Haas) rolled up a yoga mat and put it under my arms and said ‘You are not allowed to drop this yoga mat and you’re going to pass...

  • Former LLC baseball star Mickey Moniak adjusting to pro ball

    Former LLC baseball star Mickey Moniak adjusting to pro ball

    Even in one of the nation’s most competitive regions, high school baseball was almost too easy for Mickey Moniak. Moniak made the varsity team at La Costa Canyon as a freshman and hit .444 (156 for 351) in a four-year career that included him leading the Mavericks to two Open Division championship...

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