Category archives for: Editorial

Editorial: No CAB vote prior to November election

With three of the five school board seats on the board up for election on Nov. 4, there is no compelling reason, in our view, to rush to judgment on the proposal prior to the election.

Guest column: Animals aren’t the only ones who benefit from adoption

Pets play a very special role in our lives. They can be a child’s best friend, a young adult’s loyal companion, and a comfort to seniors.

Editorial: No more endorsements

Once upon a time, before absentee balloting became the preferred way for voters to express their candidate preferences, newspaper publishers and editors would spend considerable time and energy on offering ballot recommendations to their readers.

From the editor: Smile for the camera

Full disclosure: I am not the person who came up with the idea of printing vacation photos.

Editorial: Our ‘thumbs’ for July

THUMBS UP to the Green Flash Brewing Co. for its decision to build a brewery and tasting room in the Poway Business Park.

Editorial: Tribute to Tony Gwynn

The hope here is that the Ted Williams Parkway renaming option is eventually selected.

From the editor: A little civility, please

We have finally joined “the other side” of the philosophical debate about how to deal with people hiding behind a fake identity (or two, or three …) and taking pot-shots at others.

Editorial: Recognition for local business leaders

Our monthly collection of ‘Thumbs’ reflecting on the good (and bad) of June.

Guest column: Nothing about hating Christians, Jews in teachings

As a follower of the religion of Islam, I try to follow the teachings of Muhammad word by word and nowhere do I find in my religion any teaching to hate the Western Christians and Jews.

Editorial: Energetic ideas on Poway spending

It’s not very often that someone other than a city financial person gets excited about the Poway municipal budget, but that’s exactly what happened last week.