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How Sports Betting Regulations Affect Bettors In San Diego

Sponsored Content California is undoubtedly a hotbed when gambling is concerned and for a reason. The state is home to 19 professional franchisees, while colleague sports is a ...

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Engine Emission Regulations Threaten Sportfishing and Whale Watching Boats

California Air Resources Board Opens Public Comment Period Petition to Save Our Boats is Submitted To Governor Newsom San Diego CA—On Monday, the Sportfishing Association of California and ...

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Letters to the Editor- Searching for Good Samaritans from 1970

This is a long shot but thought I would try anyway. In October of 1970 my friend and I ran away from home in Jeffersonville Ind. We traveled ...

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Five Ways to Celebrate National Dog Day

By Dr. Gary Weitzman President & CEO, San Diego Humane Society Since the start of the pandemic, 18,703 animals have been adopted from San Diego Humane Society. While those ...

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Letters to the Editor- Oceanside Win

Southern California is making big strides in its efforts to fight plastic pollution — we saw the third city this summer pass a resolution and make the ask ...

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Op-Ed: Gun Owners PAC Recommends YES on Recall

San Diego County Gun Owners (SDCGO), a political action committee (PAC) promoting Second Amendment rights, has announced its endorsement of a “yes” vote for the upcoming California gubernatorial ...

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Opinion: Thank You to Gov. Newsom and California from ALS Association for `Wraparound Funding’

Thank you, California. Thank you for your empathy and your commitment to patients and families in the Golden State suffering with ALS, or amyotrophic lateral sclerosis, a progressive ...

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Letters to the Editor- Oceanside Throws Neighbors Under Amazon’s Trucks

As if Oceanside’s intersection traffic congestion is not bad enough it is about to take a brutal turn into grid lock. The Planning Commission just approved Amazon building ...

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Letters to the Editor- Cypress Point Project Defies All Logic

There is a proposed Cypress Point Project described at www.cypresspointinfo.com, that defies all logic. It purports to offer entry level employees the joys of home ownership by letting ...

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Letters to the Editor- Thank You Oceanside Fire Department for Rescuing Girl from Tree

Most people think cats get stuck in trees, however my 4 year old daughter, Raquel who is autistic chose to climb past her brother. We live on Dalea ...

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Letters to the Editor- The Jig is Up!

California has had more than its fair share of housing mandates, but who is benefiting from the mandates – residents or investors?  Current and future housing projects which ...

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Letters to the Editor- Our Lives and Covid-19

In March 2020, the world temporarily closed.  Covid-19 reshaped lives. The pandemic is not our only problem now. We heard the doom-and-gloom stories of coronavirus for months.  Even ...

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Are You Being the Best Pet Parent You Can Be?

By Dr. Gary Weitzman DVM President and CEO, San Diego Humane Society Whether you’ve had a pet for years or you’ve just adopted your first furry companion, the ...

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Letters to the Editor-South Morro Hills DEVELOPMENT?

Our City Planner’s and our City Councils’ continuing actions? Dear Friends of O’side, The O’side City Council will address this matter within The Housing and Community Development Action ...

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Letters to the Editor- Mayor Sanchez has Failed Oceanside and Perpetuates the Homeless Crisis

Dear Oceanside, It’s completely unacceptable that Oceanside has recently made national headlines with statements from newly Elected Mayor Sanchez describing homeless encampments on our streets as “looking pretty ...

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