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Encinitas lifeguard Jake Ratermann, founder of Project Moonlight, keeps watch over the beach in Cardiff on April 16. (Photo courtesy of William Roland)
Encinitas lifeguard names service project after Moonlight Beach
J.W. August
Project Moonlight, the brainchild of an Encinitas lifeguard and emergency medical technician, goes to Third World countries to provide training and medical services to populations that need the help.
Shannon Stubblefield, MiraCosta Colleges new vice president of institutional advancement. (Courtesy photo)
MiraCosta College announces new vice president of institutional advancement
North Coast Current
MiraCosta College will have a new vice president of institutional advancement starting June 1.
Team USA juniors and Head Coach Ryan Simmons gather sand from Oceanside Pier Beach on Monday, May 23, for the upcoming opening ceremonies at the ISA World Jr Surfing Championships in El Salvador. (Courtesy photo)
USA Surfing names Oceanside an official training ground
News Release
USA Surfing recently named Oceanside an official training ground for USA Surfing and thanked city leaders and the community for their longstanding support for all surfing disciplines, the organization and Visit Oceanside announced Monday, May 23.
Encinitas resident Julie Dunkle crosses the Ironman finish line in Utah on May 7. (FinisherPix)
Encinitas resident is an Ironman World Champion
Julie Dunkle of Encinitas captured the Ironman World Championship triathlon title in the women’s 55-59 age-group in St. George, Utah, on Saturday, May 7.
Movies. (Photo by Anika Mikkelson via Unsplash)
Historically Speaking: A few celebrity moments from yesteryear
Tom Morrow
Back in 1969 when I was a staff writer for the Associated Press, I was assigned to go out and interview actors on a movie set east of Apache Junction, Arizona. The movie being filmed was “The Ballad of Cable Hogue.”
Esso gas pumps from another era. (Photo by Bannon Morrissy via Unsplash)
Historically Speaking: The cost of living after eight decades
Tom Morrow
The cost of living is skyrocketing, and there doesn’t appear to be any limits. Looking back over eight decades, prices were pennies on the dollar compared to today.
Allergies. (Photo by Brittany Colette via Unsplash)
EarthTalk: Climate change can indeed worsen allergies
Roddy Scheer and Doug Moss
Pollen may be an unfortunate contributor to poor health in the first place, but there are signs that this nuisance will become worse.
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Encinitas City Hall. (NCC file photo)
Encinitas city meetings go virtual again after COVID-19 outbreak
North Coast Current
The Encinitas City Council and other panels are returning to virtual meetings until further notice after an outbreak of COVID-19 infections at City Hall.
Group seeks San Dieguito trustee’s resignation, superintendent’s return
Samantha Cox
Constituents of the San Dieguito Union High School District are calling on board Trustee Michael Allman to resign over allegations of intimidation, harassment and cyberbullying.
Authorities arrest three people in connection with Vista explosions
Authorities arrested three people in connection with a series of explosions in Vista, the San Diego County Sheriff’s Department announced May 7.
Authorities: Reported child harassment at Encinitas beach did not occur
Sheriff’s investigators have determined that the reported harassment of a child at Moonlight Beach in Encinitas did not occur, authorities announced May 5.




Encinitas Rotary raises $40K to help Ukraine relief efforts
The Encinitas Rotary Club has raised about $40,000 to aid the refugee crisis in Ukraine as of April 13, the service organization recently announced.
Viasat partners with Slovakian region to help Ukrainian refugees
Carlsbad-based Viasat is working with the Košice region of Slovakia to get high-speed internet access to Ukrainian refugees who are in the eastern area of the country.
Peace vigil for Ukraine in Encinitas on March 20
The San Dieguito Interfaith Ministerial Association sponsors a Multicultural and Interfaith Peace Vigil for Ukraine at 4 p.m. on Sunday, March 20, at Cottonwood Creek Park in Encinitas.
The San Diego Union-Tribune has its headquarters in downtown San Diego. (Google Street View photo)
San Diego Union-Tribune announces cut in some Saturday print distribution
North Coast Current
Citing rising costs, The San Diego Union-Tribune will cut some of its Saturday subscription print distribution in early May, customers were informed in a letter Wednesday, April 20.
Viasat partners with Slovakian region to help Ukrainian refugees
Carlsbad-based Viasat is working with the Košice region of Slovakia to get high-speed internet access to Ukrainian refugees who are in the eastern area of the country.
Oceanside-based KBS buys Kimco facility service companies
Facility management firm Kellermeyer Bergensons Services of Oceanside recently announced its acquisition of a national competitor, Kimco companies.
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