Rancho Santa Fe News

Jay Paris: El Camino plays on with a passion and a purpose

El Camino High’s John Roberts chuckled. “You’re running us too much, Coach,’’ said Wildcats defensive tackle D.J. Ingram, spinning his complaint with a grin.

The Country Friends sprinkles holiday cheer

RANCHO SANTA FE — It’s that time of year again.  The County Friends is hosting its 19th Annual Holiday Tea.  The Dec. 3 afternoon affair is expected to attract 100 guests at its quaint courtyard at The County Friends (TCF) shop.

Rancho Santa Fe Community Center Holiday Boutique is Dec. 11

RANCHO SANTA FE — The Rancho Santa Fe Community Center plans to put out all the stops for its Second Annual Holiday Boutique.  Like last year, it will hold its shopping extravaganza at the community center Dec. 11.

Presentation gives advice on how to cope with holidays

RANCHO SANTA FE — Recently, the RSF Senior Center held a special event in preparation for the holidays.  While this is the season for celebration, it may be a time of sadness for individuals especially if someone has passed away.

Teachers to protest Walmart on Black Friday

Teachers to protest Walmart on Black Friday

North County Labor Alliance wants to highlight what they consider unfair working conditions

Equestrian Hester returns to Rancho Santa Fe

Equestrian Hester returns to Rancho Santa Fe

  RANCHO SANTA FE — To further her dreams of one day representing the United States in the Olympics, American Lauren Hester relocated from Rancho Santa Fe to the tiny town of Baarlo in the Netherlands. Beginning in April of 2013, Hester and her horses were housed with Stal Hendrix, where she worked with Emile […]

Equestrian Hester returns to Rancho Santa Fe

Equestrian Hester returns to Rancho Santa Fe

  RANCHO SANTA FE — To further her dreams of one day representing the United States in the Olympics, American Lauren Hester relocated from Rancho Santa Fe to the tiny town of Baarlo in the Netherlands. Beginning in April of 2013, Hester and her horses were housed with Stal Hendrix, where she worked with Emile […]

MCC men’s soccer falls short in conference; off to state finals

OCEANSIDE — Head Coach Frank Zimmerman led the MiraCosta College men’s soccer team to end the season one game shy of winning the Pacific Coast Conference.

North County law enforcement agencies band together to combat DUIs

North County law enforcement agencies band together to combat DUIs

REGION — In an effort to combat people driving under the influence on state Route 78, eight law enforcement agencies have banded together to create the “Avoid the 8 on 78” campaign.

Businesses big and small gearing up for holiday shopping

CARLSBAD — Every year people seem to gripe about the holidays coming earlier and earlier. Many stores are now opening on Thanksgiving evening for Black Friday, which traditionally started the day after the holiday.

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