EVERY CLOUD HAS A SILVER LINING—That’s how Nora Seidl at Packards is taking a disappointment. Packards was on the lineup of Ramona’s Nine Days and Nights of Music until a sheriff’s detective showed up at the coffee shop with a cease and desist order, telling her she couldn’t have entertainment at her business without an entertainment license.
The CIF playoff selection and seeding meeting May 4 gave Ramona High School’s boys volleyball team the seventh seed in the Division II playoffs.
That earned the Bulldogs a May 8 home match against Morse and the right to travel to Scripps Ranch High School for Saturday’s quarterfinal against the Falcons contingent upon a victory over the Tigers.
May 7 2013 | Posted in Sports
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Drivers in Ramona should be prepared for rolling road closures on State Route 78 between 11 a.m. and 1 p.m. on Sunday, May 12, when the 2013 Amgen Tour of California professional bike race comes through downtown Ramona.
Caltrans also cautions that there could be traffic delays on State Routes 67 and 78 between 7 a.m. and 4 p.m. on Saturday, May 11, as cyclists and race officials may be in the area.
Competition can be good for business, said one Ramona Community Planning Group member after seeing a proposal for a Tractor Supply Company store at Main and Hunter streets.
Developer Steve Powell and Architect Carole Wylie, both from Ramona, along with their client, Haymes Snedeker from Alabama, presented
Ramona High School’s final boys track and field dual meet of the 2013 season was also the first victory for the Bulldogs.
Ramona’s 92-43 win May 2 at home against Orange Glen gave the Bulldogs a final season record of 1-6 in dual meets, including 1-3 in Valley League competition.
May 6 2013 | Posted in Sports
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Ramona’s and Del Norte’s high school baseball teams are tied atop the Valley League with 8-3 records and will face each other one more time, May 15, to end the season.
The Bulldogs entered the two-game Del Norte series trailing the Nighthawks by two games in battle for the Valley League pennant.
Posing as a teenager, a sheriff’s deputy learned a lot about drugs at Ramona High School — enough to lead to four arrests, three young adults and a student.
The arrests last Tuesday are the result of a yearlong undercover investigation targeting drug-dealing at Ramona High and three other area high schools. The sting resulted in arrest warrants for a total of six minors and 13 adults.
A large retail store with products to support the rural lifestyle could be coming to Ramona.
Developer Steve Powell and Architect Carole Wylie, both from Ramona, introduced conceptual plans for a Tractor Supply Company store, on behalf of their client, to the Ramona Design Review Board at its April 24 meeting. Powell said the plans will also be presented at the May 2 Ramona Community Planning Group meeting.
Students at Ramona Community School will experience a new way to exercise with the recent addition of fitness stations.
Because the new equipment was funded by a Park Land Dedication Ordinance (PLDO) grant of $98,000, it can be used by the public when school is not in session.
Focused on the safety of children as the No. 1 priority, those attending County Supervisor Dianne Jacob’s meeting on Santa Maria Creek Monday agreed that cleaning up the overgrown waterway should be done in phases, beginning with the section behind Ramona Community Park ball fields.
“We do have some safety issues with the kids there,” said Dawn Perfect, a Ramona Unified School District trustee.