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Sophomore linkster Crista Izuzquiza qualified for the SoCal Regional Golf Championships last week by firing rounds of 73-77=150 at the Admiral Baker Golf Course (par... [Read More]
All season, Islander Head Girls Tennis Coach Rob Moore has spoken of the depth of his squad. The team is young and was sufficiently talented... [Read More]
Garrick Sutton (No. 69 in Black Uniform) has been a stalwart on the offensive and defensive line this season for the Islanders. No. 12 seed... [Read More]
It's time! Registration is open for the Fourth Annual "Turkey Trot" at Tidelands Park on Thanksgiving morning, Thursday, Nov. 23, 2017. The Rady Children's Hospital... [Read More]
Rotary co-chairs Pat Flynn and Sue Maack announced that $51,000 was raised at the recent Ninth Annual Rotary Wine Tasting Fundraiser event, and they say... [Read More]
It would be fair to say that it has been a challenging year for Islander Football Head Coach Kurt Hines and his team. Homecoming was... [Read More]
Islander Boys Water Polo entered the CIF Open Division Playoffs, which feature the best eight teams in San Diego County, as the No. 1 seed... [Read More]
It's going to be a busy Veterans Day weekend in Coronado with several special events scheduled. Residents should expect an increase in pedestrian and vehicle... [Read More]
Coronado Playhouse concludes its 2017 Season with "Fly By Night," opening Friday, Nov. 10 and running until Sunday, Dec. 10, 2017 at Coronado Playhouse. With... [Read More]
CMS sixth graders will be attending the annual San Diego County Outdoor Education Camp at Camp Cuyamaca from Jan. 29, 2018 to Feb. 2, 2018.... [Read More]
North Korea will dominate the agenda during President Donald Trump's ten-day Far East trip as well it should. The rogue state's rapid progress in acquiring... [Read More]
Shop fair this holiday season and deck your alls with fair trade. Resurrection Lutheran Church, 1111 Fifth Street, will host a Fair Trade sale on... [Read More]
Despite living in Coronado for more than five decades, Ben Hallowell (CDR US-Navy Ret.) lets a trace of his native Boston Brogue slip into conversation... [Read More]
Does any one else have this problem? Several cities have banned leaf blowers for good reason. They blow dirt everywhere and the noise is more... [Read More]
Retired General Kelly is one of the very few men who might weigh heavily in allowing reason to assert restraint on President Trump. He is... [Read More]
Coronadans might want to read the Imperial Beach, Oct. 26 issue of the Eagle and Times. Front page descries the latest use of "transition housing."... [Read More]
Being near 91, I listen to a lot of news on TV during the day. It seems that we used to have generally "good" news... [Read More]
In "Another search For Answers" J.F. Kelly states that he believes that the Las Vegas shooting (and the epidemic of mass shootings in this country)... [Read More]
Sig and Helen Kupka are two of the more interesting people in our city. Sig is a former technology company owner and inventor, who met... [Read More]
Soroptimist members are frequently asked "Is Soroptimist part of Optimists?" The answer is no, but a member of Optimists was responsible for its genesis. It... [Read More]
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