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Myrtle Lay of Oceanside Turns 100 Years-old

Oceanside CA— More than 100 friends and family of Mrs. Myrtle May traveled from Florida, Washington, Oregon and even as far away as Hong Kong, China for a ...

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The Independence Fund Donates All Terrain Wheelchair to Local Veteran

Oceanside CA— In time for Christmas, Daniel Litzenberg, an Oceanside resident and veteran, received a life-changing gift through the generous donations of his fellow Americans from the non-profit ...

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The Faces of Dia de los Muertos, Oceanside 2015

Oceanside CA— This was the seventh year the Dia de los Muertos celebration has been held at Mission San Luis Rey and each year the crowd seems to ...

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OHS Academy of Justice Gives Students a Head Start for Career in Law Enforcement

Oceanside CA— It’s 8:00am on a Thursday morning when two large school buses pull up in front of the Oceanside Police Department. Approximately 125 uniformed students file out, ...

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106 Years for Oceanside’s Agnes McKee

Oceanside CA— Six or 106, a ride in a fire truck is always fun.  That’s was what Agnes McKee, of Oceanside, got to do today as she celebrated ...

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A True Solo Ride for the Rotary’s ‘End Polio Plus’ Campaign

Oceanside CA— “If you were to draw a line on a map from Massachusetts to Tijuana Mexico, I’ve been in jail in every state that line would pass ...

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Local Marine, Taylor Drescher, Competes on National Stage

Oceanside CA— Taylor Drescher is using her Marine Corps skills as a professional athlete in the National Pro Grid League(NPGL). Taylor is a member of the L.A. Reign. Grid ...

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Snapshots from the 2015 Fil-Am Celebration

Oceanside CA— The Filipino-American Cultural Organization (FACO), in partnership with the Oceanside Public Library, Friends of the Oceanside Public Library and Tri-City Medical Center held the 14th annual ...

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Crown Heights Soccer Team Wins Championship

Tough Neighborhood and Tougher Kids By: Matt Lyons Oceanside CA— This is a story of good kids in not so good circumstances. It’s about a community that could ...

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‘Help an ex Fat Kid’- the Unexpected Side Effects Fund

Oceanside CA— There are a lot of interesting and worthwhile projects on crowd funding sites such as KickStarter, Indiegogo and GoFundMe. One interesting campaign in particular was started ...

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Luke Girling and his Field of Dreams

Oceanside CA— Luke Girling has the vision, passion and drive to create the only Certified Organic, GMO free vegetable farm in Oceanside and he has turned to KickStarter ...

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Oceanside Firefighters’ Association Prepares for Demolition Derby

Oceanside CA— The Oceanside Firefighters’ Association has a car ready to go for the Burn Institutes’ 25th annual Firefighter Demolition Derby on June 6th, 2015 and now it’s ...

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St. Patrick’s Day Parade in San Diego, California 2015

Story and photos by: Matt Lyons San Diego CA— The Irish Congress of Southern California hosted its 35th Annual San Diego St. Patrick’s Day Parade, celebrating faith and ...

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Don Diego “Ag Ed Bus” Sponsors Give Low-Income Elementary Students a Growth Experience

Del Mar CA— The Don Diego Scholarship Foundation invites individuals and organizations to provide a transformational experience for a classroom of low-income elementary school students through its PlantGrowEat ...

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Sioux Tribe Member Establishes Nonprofit to Benefit the Poorest Reservation in the Nation

True Sioux Hope Foundation to Facilitate Unprecedented, Permanent, Positive Change for the Sioux Tribe in South Dakota by Providing Much-Needed Funding for Education and Infrastructure Irvine CA—  Hidden ...

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