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News online for Encinitas, Calif.

North Coast Current

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KOCT provides candidate interviews for this year’s elections. (KOCT image)
Oceanside election coverage available on KOCT television
OsideNews
KOCT, Oceanside’s community television station, provides roundtables and other coverage of this year’s election.
“I’m trying to make old music cool again,” Oceanside alt-country singer-songwriter Kimmi Bitter says of her music. (Publicity photo)
From Oceanside to the open road: Kimmi Bitter’s musical journey
Charlene Pulsonetti
If you long for a fresh take on dreamy tunes reminiscent of the 1960s and ’70s, and female vocals that pull on the heartstrings, you don’t need Doc Brown’s time traveling DeLorean. Instead, look to Oceanside’s Kimmi Bitter.
Encinitas detailer offers free vehicle cleanings for military, law enforcement
News Release
DA and 3D Car Care Master certified detailer Jose Junco with High Performance Auto Detail of Encinitas is giving away a full automotive detail with ceramic coating once a month to veterans, law enforcement and armed forces members in the San Diego area who lend their vehicle to 3D Car Care detailing training sessions.
Escondido native serves aboard USS The Sullivans
Navy Office of Community Outreach
Petty Officer 2nd Class Tiana Martinez, a native of Escondido, is serving aboard the Arleigh Burke-class guided-missile destroyer USS The Sullivans.
Wildlife Service names Camp Pendleton a Conservation Partner of the Year
News Release
Marine Corps Base Camp Pendleton received the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service’s 18th Annual Military Conservation Partner Award on Oct. 17 for its significant contributions to natural resource management and listed species.
Home Start Inc. CEO Laura Tancredi-Baese, fourth from left, meets with attendees of the San Diego nonprofit’s 15th Annual Hallo-Wine Festival fundraiser on Oct. 22 (Home Start photo by Travis Land, Discover Magazines)
Home Start raises nearly $50,000 at 15th Annual Hallo-Wine Fall Festival
News Release
Home Start Inc., a nonprofit dedicated to child abuse prevention and providing evidence-based family strengthening services, with locations in Oceanside and Escondido, raised nearly $50,000 for the organization’s critical programs at its 15th Annual Hallo-Wine Festival.
Frontwave Credit Union makes donation to Scholastic Surf Series
OsideNews
Frontwave Credit Union recently donated $500 to the Scholastic Surf Series as the North County-based scholastic surfing competition enters its 2022-23 season.
Election Day. (Photo by Element5 Digital, Unsplash)
Historically Speaking: 2024 could amount to another election debacle
Tom Morrow
Former President Donald Trump and President Joe Biden should retire and step aside for fresh talent from the Republican and Democratic parties. Such leaders would pump fresh air into a present-day stodgy political atmosphere.
Commentary: Gentrification puts Oceanside’s character in jeopardy
Mindful and deliberate action is needed to keep Oceanside “O’side” and not completely diminish its community of culture and diversity.
Letter: San Diego County Gun Owners election endorsements
It is crucial that voters elect solidly pro-Second Amendment candidates who will speak out and defend the fundamental right to self defense for law-abiding citizens, oppose an extremist anti-gun agenda, and stand strong in support of our civil rights.
Election Day. (Photo by Element5 Digital, Unsplash)
Joyce ahead of incumbent Jensen for District 1 Oceanside City Council seat
OsideNews
Oceanside District 1 City Council member Kori Jensen was just behind candidate Eric Joyce as of early Nov. 8 election results released Wednesday morning by the San Diego County Registrar of Voters.
Homelessness, housing, safety among issues for Oceanside council hopefuls
Samantha Cox
What do this year’s Oceanside City Council candidates consider to be the single most important issue facing their respective districts? And, as a whole, what’s the single most important issue for the city at large?
Election Day. (Photo by Element5 Digital, Unsplash)
Franklin ahead of Vargas in first open race for Vista mayor in 12 years
OsideNews
John Franklin was ahead of Cipriano Vargas in the race for Vista mayor after voting closed Nov. 8.
Emergency lights. (Ariel Camilo, FreeImages)
Two teens injured, another arrested in Encinitas stabbing, authorities report
North Coast Current
Two teenagers were injured, one in critical but stable condition, and a third arrested after an altercation Saturday, Oct. 29, outside a residence on Crest Drive in Encinitas, authorities reported.
Palomar College officials take part in a groundbreaking ceremony Tuesday, Oct. 18, for the San Marcos community college’s first football stadium since its founding in 1946. A new softball stadium will also be built. (Palomar College photo)
Palomar College breaks ground on football, softball stadiums
North Coast Current
By this time next year, Palomar College’s football team will likely be able to host its first home games in the San Marcos community college’s history upon the completion of a new stadium, which officials celebrated with a groundbreaking ceremony on Oct. 18.
Facility management firm Kellermeyer Bergensons Services of Oceanside announced its acquisition of Kimco companies on April 4. (KBS courtesy image)
Oceanside-based KBS buys Kimco facility service companies
OsideNews
Facility management firm Kellermeyer Bergensons Services of Oceanside recently announced its acquisition of a national competitor, Kimco companies.


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