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The first edition of the Cardiff Current, not affiliated with the North Coast Current, was emailed to subscribers in January. (Cardiff Current screen capture)

Encinitas councilman, Cardiff resident join forces to launch new publication

Mike Peterson February 2, 2018
A new monthly newsletter headed by Encinitas Councilman Mark Muir and resident Julie Thunder launched last month.
A faculty member walks across the courtyard of San Dieguito High School Academy's new math and science building Aug. 31. The complex opened with the start of the Encinitas campus' fall term. (Photo by Jen Acosta)

San Dieguito Academy opens new math and science building

Mike Peterson September 15, 2017
There’s a new math and science facility at San Dieguito High School Academy. The building officially opened this fall semester and is now being used to hold the school’s classes in those disciplines.
Coastal North County newspaper Seaside Courier is on hiatus as of the start of 2017, the paper's publisher and a contributing writer confirmed Jan. 9. (North Coast Current photo)

Seaside Courier newspaper ceases printing, cites revenue challenges

Mike Peterson January 9, 2017
Seaside Courier, a local print newspaper, is currently on hiatus as its staff decides the paper’s future.
Although the former Pacific View Elementary School campus in Encinitas, pictured in August 2015, remains empty for now, the city is moving forward with plans for its renewal. (NCC file photo by Susan Whaley)

Encinitas candidates support arts center effort, differ on site cost

Mike Peterson November 4, 2016
Encinitas City Council and mayoral candidates say they support moving forward with turning the old Pacific View school site into an arts center despite disagreeing about the site’s acquisition.

Encinitas split over controversial housing element update

Mike Peterson October 27, 2016
A housing element update on the Encinitas ballot Nov. 8 has the city divided. If approved, Measure T, as the proposal is known on the ballot, would create a new land-use designation in Encinitas that would allow property owners to build higher-density housing in certain zones around the city.
Jerry Waddle, pictured in Ducky Waddle's Emporium in mid-2015, is preparing to close the eclectic shop at the end of September. (NCC file photo by Jen Acosta)

‘The best people in the area’: Ducky Waddle’s owner, customers reflect on 20 years of business as Leucadia shop wraps up

Mike Peterson September 5, 2016
Ducky Waddle’s Emporium, a beloved Encinitas institution, will close its doors at the end of September after more than 20 years in business.
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