A social host party in the 22300 block of Casa de Carol Road Friday night, June 20, resulted in several arrests, including minors, according to the sheriff’s Ramona station.
Arrested were four males, ages 22, 21 and 18, on charges of drunk in public. An 18-year-old female was arrested for drunk in public and obstruct/resist peace officer/emergency medical technician.
Whether hoping to learn how to golf or looking to improve the swing and lower the score, San Vicente Golf Resort offers junior programs for youths of all levels.
The junior golf program, open to ages 6 to 18, has two upcoming sessions: July 8 to 10 and Aug. 5 to 7. The Tuesday through Thursday sessions are split into three levels: 8:30 to 9:30 a.m. for beginners, 10 to 11 a.m. for intermediate or one year of experience, and 11:15 a.m. to 12:15 p.m. for advanced golfers with three-plus years of experience. Classes are limited to 12 students.
Jun 25 2014 | Posted in Sports
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Former Ramona High Bulldog baseball player JP Fisher finished his freshman year at Bard College, earning postseason baseball awards from the Liberty League.
In coaches’ balloting, Fisher earned All-Liberty League Second Team honors in the “Utility” position. Fisher most often played shortstop, but he also played third base, made seven appearances as pitcher, and he played catcher. He started all 30 games and hit .301. He led Bard in hits (31), runs (21), total bases (41) and stolen bases (5).
Jun 20 2014 | Posted in Sports
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The “good ol’ days” are gone. And that is a good thing.
I lived in the Valley of the Sun when television reception was more of a disaster than a joke. Before cable. Before satellite. Before hundreds of stations. We had two or three that could be picked up by antennas. Dave Casper was not the only ghost who played football on TV. Every football player, baseball player, basketball player and hockey player looked like a ghost on the tube. Most of the time one could see the football or
An 18-year-old Ramona girl was airlifted to Palomar Medical Center with major, life threatening injuries early Thursday morning after the vehicle she was in struck a utility pole, said California Highway Patrol.
The single vehicle accident occurred on San Vicente Road, just north of Creelman Lane, at 4:20 a.m.
Authorities continue to search for a 67-year-old Ramona man, missing from his home in the 17000 block of Handlelbar Road since early Tuesday morning.
Sgt. John Boyce of the sheriff’s Ramona station said residents can help by checking barns, sheds or other structures on their properties.
Carl Salayer, described as 6 feet, 3 inches tall, 140 pounds, mostly bald with some gray hair and a gray mustache, suffers from Parkinson’s and Alzheimer’s disease.
Both the proponents and the opponents of a proposed re-zone that could pave the way to a big box store on H Street claimed a partial victory after a decision by the county Planning Commission on June 12.
“We kind of won,” said Jim Hagey, owner of the 20 acres behind the Stater Bros. shopping center.
However, David Glassford, who is a neighbor of Hagey’s property and opposes a big box, expressed a similar reaction.
At Ramona High School’s track and field post-season banquet, Bulldog Awards were presented to two senior boys: Kevin Carmona and Austin Minnocci.
The banquet was held in the Ramona High gym at the end of May, which was earlier than usual due to graduation dates. La Cocina provided food, which was consumed outside on the campus before the awards presentations inside the gym.
Jun 17 2014 | Posted in Sports
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The idea of new commercial business at the corner of state Route 67 and Dye Road was quickly shot down by Ramona Community Planning Group members after a presentation from a real estate agent.
Janet Worsham said she represents four property owners, whose lots total 4.11 acres at the corner of SR-67 and Dye Road. The lots are zoned agriculture, A70. The sellers are interested in a lot merge and a commercial zoning variance for C37 zoning, she said.
randon Arthur, a Ramona teenager, went from the bottom to the top and back again in a wild race weekend during rounds 5 and 6 of the Lucas Oil Off Road Racing Series in Reno, Nev.
It was Arthur’s first time racing on the Wild West Motorsports Park track, which climbs to the top of a ridge before plunging back down again. The one-mile track offers 1,000 feet of elevation change and the gravity assist makes it one of the fastest tracks in the series.
Jun 13 2014 | Posted in Sports
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