Opinion

  • Opinion: Speak up about environmental violations in San Diego

    Opinion: Speak up about environmental violations in San Diego

    Opinion / Guest Commentary / Our Readers Write: Clear coastal waters, breathtaking beaches and rugged desert trails are just a few of the natural features that define San Diego and draw people here from all over the world. As San Diego City Attorney, I work to protect our environment by fighting...

  • Opinion: Setting the record straight on poaching in waters in South La Jolla and San Diego

    Opinion: Setting the record straight on poaching in waters in South La Jolla and San Diego

    Opinion / Guest Commentary / Our Readers Write: Thank you for highlighting the ecological importance of South La Jolla State Marine Reserve (SMR) and California's marine protected area (MPA) network in the Nov. 21 article: "Waters off south La Jolla and San Diego prime target for lobster poaching."...

  • Connecting hearts and hands at the holidays in Ocean Beach, Point Loma and the San Diego region

    Connecting hearts and hands at the holidays in Ocean Beach, Point Loma and the San Diego region

    EDITOR'S NOTEBOOK: As you begin to prepare for the upcoming holidays, your friends and neighbors in the community are scrambling to get ready as well — preparations are underway to make the annual Ocean Beach Food & Toy Drive the best ever! Elementary school students are decorating the collection...

  • Food Drive is another way to help a neighbor in San Diego

    Food Drive is another way to help a neighbor in San Diego

    EDITOR'S NOTEBOOK: "Do your little bit of good where you are; it's those little bits of good put together that overwhelm the world." — Desmond Tutu The annual Heart to Hands food drive (Nov. 8 through Dec. 18, 2018) supports the San Diego Food Bank, Feeding San Diego and UC San Diego's Triton Food...

  • Voices from Election Day morning in La Jolla

    Voices from Election Day morning in La Jolla

    The polls were busier on Tuesday than they had been in previous mid-term elections — at least according to poll workers at La Jolla’s All Hallows Catholic Church and La Jolla Christian Fellowship. Each polling place reported about 70 voters from 7 a.m. to 9 a.m., which workers seemed pleased with...

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