There’s a term you don’t hear much anymore, though the concept is very much alive.
An A/B split is the way marketers simultaneously test two similar offers to the same audience. Once the offer generating better results is determined, it can be expanded to the world at-large.
Cuyamaca Rancho State Park is undergoing a transformation, and it’s not too late to be heard on the matter.
The nearly 25,000-acre park has acquired more land and is adjacent to Anza Borrego State Park as well as other public lands and trails. The third and final public meeting was held nearly a year ago and the public comment period is now open.
When it comes to fitness and feeling and looking better, as well as performing at your peak levels, proper nutrition is the foundation for success. There’s a ton more science and practicality when it comes to nutrition than shared here, so bear that in mind as you read, but here are my “Four Cornerstones of Fitness Nutrition.”
New in Theater — August 29
The November Man R An ex-CIA agent returns to the field to protect a witness and becomes a target for death by a former associate. Stars: Pierce Brosnan, Olga Kurylenko, Luke Bracey
As Above/So Below R A horrifying journey awaits a group of eager explorers as they search the catacombs beneath the streets of Paris. Stars: Ben Feldman, Edwin Hodge, Perdita Weeks
It is easy to say good luck but difficult to say goodbye.
I have been teaching, coaching and announcing Ramona athletic events since 1975. It was never a job. It was a pleasure. I received more than I gave. I laughed and cried. But most importantly, I had fun.
Medicare helps pay for a variety of medical services and goods in hospitals, doctor’s offices and other healthcare settings. But it doesn’t cover everything, and it’s useful to know what is and isn’t included.
Services are covered either under Medicare Part A or Part B. If you have both Part A and Part B, you can get many Medicare‑covered services whether you have Original Medicare or a Medicare health plan.
It is a shame the CIF has to make rules that are covered in most part by common sense. However, in my 40-plus years in education and high school athletics I have come to realize that common sense is not always as common as it should be.
Just look at some of the recent Letters to the Editor about our school board. Just because somebody votes “present” does not mean that that individual is all there.
This year the CIF has handed down rules and regulations regarding how many hours a week and how often teams can practice.
This is the time of year that many families pack up and head out for a vacation destination, be it tropical or mountainous.
From the oceans to the valleys, people will be venturing off for some down time and R&R. Believe me, down time and mellow yellow time is critical to recharge your batteries and a great time to refocus and come back motivated to change the world.
Joan (Thomsen) Snelling, a June 1953 graduate of Downey High School, moved to Ramona in July of the same year and has been serving Ramona ever since.
She attended San Diego State for one year before going to work for Pac Bell. She worked for Ma Bell for 31 years.
Snelling has been a member of every Ramona High School boosters club since 1953.
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