By Elizabeth Marie Himchak Several Rancho Bernardo and Poway World War II veterans saw the national memorial honoring their wartime service in a never-to-be-forgotten way earlier this month. Rancho Bernardans Joel Halpern, Hal “Mac” McNicol Jr., Sebastian Nicastro and Hobart Steely; plus Powegians Ben Marcus and Harold Penner were among the 80 veterans in the [...]
Oct 31 2014 | Posted in Featured Story
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With less than a month to go until Rancho Bernardo’s Thanksgiving Luncheon, the push is on to sell tickets to the community and recruit sponsors.
Following CDC and California Department of Public Health guidelines, Pomerado’s staff went all-out in the drill.
Not many knew the name Milan Grice before Thursday night. But the Rancho Bernardo High JV call-up changed that with a varsity football debut he and his teammates will remember for a lifetime.
Calista Reyes stands just 5-feet tall and is smaller than most of her competition — but she can still drive a golf ball off the tee just as far as many of the other girls.
Whether dressing up as a fanciful fairy tale character, superhero or scary monster, there will be plenty for those of all ages to enjoy in the days leading up to Halloween.
Oct 25 2014 | Posted in Featured Story
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‘The City in the Country” is now an official “host town” for next summer’s Special Olympics World Games.
Some of Poway High School’s first teachers and students were back on campus Friday afternoon, sharing memories and laughs while enjoying the grand opening of the Titan Museum and Hall of Fame.
Becky Williams is a big believer in routine checkups with her doctor.
Several years ago, the Yee family of Poway was surprised to learn about their family history on a trip to China. Recently, they were able to celebrate that family history in New York.