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  • December 8, 2014


Last week’s storm hardly helped the state’s record low water supply. Experts explore alternatives as supplies dwindle. By Jose Servin

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  • December 8, 2014

Arming Safety Officers

In response to high profile school shootings across the nation, district officials explore lifting a 25-year-old policy that banned campus

‘Tis The Season For Loathing

 By Jovany Leon   Christmas season seems to come earlier each year, coinciding with the start of the shopping season.

  • News
  • November 11, 2014

Suspect Arrested

By Joanna Meza Jaquinn Bell was arrested Nov. 2 on suspicion of hit-and-run leading to the death of twins Lexi

New Dancers Fresh Faces

Theatrical group performances animate big dreams for fall concert By Liz Monroy Dance chairperson Heather Gillette had to rely on inexperienced

Young Lives Lost

The man who hit and killed girls in a crosswalk had a suspended license, police officials said. Staff Editorial  Halloween

Chasing the Title

With one home game left, the conference’s top spot remains unclaimed By Jorge Campos and Jaime Buenaventura Despite an ankle

No Glove, Still Love

Millenials use birth control but are less wary of sexually transmitted diseases By Amanda Zive Condom use among young people

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  • October 28, 2014

Special Voter Guide

By Matthew Salzer, Jovany Leon, and Katie Porter For the upcoming Nov. 4 election, there’s plenty of decisions to make.

Dons Drops Second In A Row To Palomar

By Matthew Salzer The Dons wrestling team came up short Wednesday in a close match against Palomar in their third