Aug. 6, 2020

The San Diego Union-Tribune

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With signs reading “End human trafficking” and “Children are not for sale,” hundreds of marchers gathered at Del Mar Highlands for an Operation Underground Railroad rally on July 30.

Serving the community has taken on a new meaning for local business owners Marie and Jaime Brawn, operators of local catering company Root Cellar Catering and Homestead cafe/market in Solana Beach.

San Dieguito Union High School District will start the entirety of the first quarter of the school year with distance learning.

Authorities asked the public Aug. 3 to keep an eye out for a 14-year-old girl who went missing after she walked away from her Carmel Valley home.

Spirit Skies is an international graphic novel collaboration by Canyon Crest Academy’s Humanities and Envision Visual Arts Conservatories and their partners along the Pacific Flyway.

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  1. Schools will have to detail their plans for testing students, staff for COVID and triggers for returning to distance learning

  2. To further the local calls for racial justice, a new grassroots group called Carmel Valley for Equal Justice has been protesting every Saturday morning from 10 a.m.

  3. The new Torrey Meadows Bridge over SR-56 is on pace to finish two months ahead of schedule, now about 70% complete.

  4. Olivia Yang, a rising senior at Canyon Crest Academy, was selected to participate in Bank of America’s Student Leaders program, a program that offers students who are engaged community citizens the opportunity to build their workforce and leadership skills through a paid summer internship at a local nonprofit.

  5. Demolition of Del Mar Heights School was expected to begin in July but it has now been delayed to September pending a coastal development permit.

  6. The Del Mar Foundation donated $180,820 to the city of Del Mar to help alleviate the financial difficulties from the COVID-19 pandemic.

  7. Recently, 600,000 students from all over the world participated in National History Day, a competition for individuals or groups to research a topic based on an annual theme, and then create a project to present to a panel of judges.

  8. Back in May, the Carmel Valley Community Planning board unanimously approved The Grove office project on the condition that the developers make an effort to minimize the impact of the parking garage on El Camino Real.

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