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La Jolla High School grad Tim Holdgrafer makes Cal Poly Pomona history: Seventh no-hitter ever by a Broncos pitcher

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  • CLOSING THE BOOK: Wills ends St. Patrick's Day reading in style

    CLOSING THE BOOK: Wills ends St. Patrick's Day reading in style

    Dennis Wills staged his 40th and final St. Patrick’s Day Open Reading of Poetry and Prose on Sunday, March 17 at D.G. Wills Books. Attracting 200 people — about 40 of whom read Irish literature passages for three-to-seven minutes each — the event ran from 4 to 8 p.m., three hours earlier than usual...

  • Opinion: Save 9th Grade History at La Jolla High School

    Opinion: Save 9th Grade History at La Jolla High School

    Opinion / Guest Commentary / Our Readers Write: Academic standards, strong curriculum and sustained enrollment at La Jolla High School are endangered and eroding. Last month, I read a small notice in the flood of La Jolla High's online school bulletins announcing that 9th Grade World History would...

  • LA JOLLA NEWS NUGGETS

    LA JOLLA NEWS NUGGETS

    Trolley tunnel construction at La Jolla Colony La Jolla Colony Drive has announced closures to construct an underpass for the Mid-Coast Trolley, according to a statement from SANDAG. Now through Thursday, March 14, and from Monday, March 18 to Thursday, March 21, the intersection will be closed...

  • La Jolla Library to unveil expanded biology lab in April

    La Jolla Library to unveil expanded biology lab in April

    The La Jolla Riford Library is — once again — getting a new lab to bring STEAM-related activities to the public. By the end of April, the former computer lab will be repurposed to house the biology and 3-D printing technology that currently operates out of a room the size of a “storage closet.”...

  • Pipeline rehab project coming to La Jolla Shores and La Jolla Heights

    Pipeline rehab project coming to La Jolla Shores and La Jolla Heights

    By the beginning of May, areas of La Jolla Shores and La Jolla Heights will undergo a pipeline replacement project, in piecemeal segments, to replace or rehabilitate more than seven collective miles of underground sewer lines.

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