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Del Cerro boy already making a name in car racing

By Doug Curlee | Editor at Large… [more]

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Rebuilding homes, lives at home and abroad

By Joyell Nevins… [more]

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The resistance, then and now

By Ken Williams… [more]

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Giving the gift of literacy

By Margie M. Palmer… [more]

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Taking a loop in a Tesla

By Morgan M. Hurley | Contributing Editor… [more]

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Opinion & News

Guest Editorial: Solar tariffs – An uninformed policy

Posted: February 9th, 2018 | Calendar, Opinion & News Briefs, Editorial | No Comments

By Daniel Sullivan

Trump gets played by Chinese and Arab investors, sacrifices American jobs

Last week, a proposal that sat on President Trump’s desk for over two months, which the renewable energy industry had been watching anxiously, was finally signed. His signature places into effect a 30 percent tariff on imported solar panels, and while it was expected, the reasoning behind it and implications going forward beckon further understanding. What the president was likely briefed on is that the tariff would encourage competition with foreign markets, incentivize American solar manufacturing and create more jobs at home. This is not only a critical piece of Donald J. Trump’s “America First” platform, but a common sentiment felt among many Americans who have experienced manufacturing jobs moving overseas and foreign products dominating the consumer market. Read More

News Briefs — Feb. 9, 2018

Posted: February 9th, 2018 | Briefs, Calendar, Opinion & News Briefs, News | No Comments

STEMM Foundation plans events

Can you program a robot to compete in an obstacle course? Many of our neighborhood students can — and they are excited to show off their skills! Read More

Calendar: Feb.9 – March 5, 2018

ONGOING EVENTS

Through Feb. 18

San Diego Jewish Film Festival
The 28th annual San Diego Jewish Film Festival (SDJFF) proudly presents an exciting 11-day festival running Feb. 7–18. SDJFF will screen 37 feature films and 21 shorts from 16 different countries in five great San Diego venues. Read More

Guest editorial: Why we should all welcome immigrants and refugees

Posted: January 19th, 2018 | Calendar, Opinion & News Briefs, Editorial | No Comments

By Rick Fry

Our welcome banner was vandalized this past December at Ascension Lutheran Church. It was slashed in two pieces. It stated, “Immigrants and Refugees Welcome” and displayed a picture of Mary, Joseph and Jesus in route to Egypt. Read More