News from Patrick Henry High School – June 16, 2017

By Elizabeth Gillingham Spring sports finish strong Donald Kay, Patrick Henry’s extraordinary golfer, shot a 68 at Poppy Hills in Monterey to finish tied for second in the CIF State golfing championship. The round was virtually flawless and included six birdies. Congratulations also go to the track team, who participated in the city league conference finals. […]

News from the Allied Gardens/Benjamin Branch Library – June 16, 2017

By Kathryn Johnson  On your mark, get set, shop Clear off your bookshelves and mark your calendar for July 29 for our Friends of the Library quarterly book sale! By shopping the thousands of books for sale, you help our amazing Friends of the Allied Gardens Library group generate funds to go toward our programming […]

Mission Trails Regional Park Foundation news – June 16, 2017

By Jay Wilson                 25th Amateur Photo Contest All the entries for the Mission Trails Regional Park Foundation’s 25th annual Amateur Photo Contest will be on display in the Visitor Center Gallery from June 17 through July 14. The public reception and awards will be at the Visitor Center on Sunday, June 25, from 2 to […]

Republican Women introduce ‘Navajo Nights’

By Judy McCarty | Navajo Canyon Republican Women Federated Although Navajo Canyon Republican Women Federated (NCRWF) has no official luncheon meetings in July and August, there’s still time for Republican fun! So, we will be hosting “Navajo Nights” during the summer months. This social, informal event is for any Republican woman who wants to spend an […]

Surprising facts about migraine headache

Posted: June 16th, 2017 | Featured, Health, Lifestyle, To Your Health | No Comments

By Scripps Health | To Your Health Migraine headache is one of the most common medical conditions in the United States – and also one of the most commonly misdiagnosed. Despite the belief that migraines are rare, statistics estimate that migraine headache affects about 20 percent of the population. Moreover, because migraines are often missed […]

Seeing nature close-up at Mission Trails Regional Park

By Audrey F. Baker For several weeks, a highlight of the Trail Guide-led nature walk on Visitor Center Loop Trail was the opportunity for eye-level observation of the nesting activities of a Mourning Dove. The female displayed abundant patience as park guests enjoyed the hushed thrill. Memorized expression lit the faces of adults and children […]