It will take 30 days for hepatitis A to show up in anyone who will get infected by a particular Costco frozen berry blend sold in San Diego County, and county health officials advise people who consumed the product to seek medical help.
Two county residents have been diagnosed with hepatitis A and are part of a five-state outbreak believed to be linked to a frozen berry blend sold in Costco stores, county health officials said.
A firearm-sparked wildfire that blackened about 1,270 open acres since last weekend in remote, rugged terrain southeast of Julian was fully contained today, authorities said.
The blaze in the Banner Grade area caused no reported structural damage and necessitated no evacuations, according to Cal Fire. A half-dozen firefighters suffered minor injuries while working the lines.
The newly restored 1857 Warner-Carrillo adobe ranch house, which played roles in the Western frontier as a Butterfield Overland Stage Station, stopover for itinerant gold prospectors, Civil War trading post and longtime cattle ranch, will formally open as a house museum alive with the lifestyle and lore of early California days.
A grand opening with a host of historically themed activities and attractions will be held Saturday, June 1, from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. at the historic adobe at San Felipe Road/State Highway S-2, one-half mile east of Highway 79 near Warner Springs.
Admission is $5 and free to ages 3 and younger. Food fit for hungry cowboys will also be available for an extra charge. The event is als
With over $600,000 available for recreational uses in the community, the Parks and Recreation Subcommittee of the Ramona Community Planning Group is seeking projects to consider at its July 22 meeting and plans to create a priority list in August.
Crews are at the scene of a 20-acre brush fire off the 27200 block of State Route 78 in the Witch Creek area east of Ramona, according to Cal Fire.
The spread of the fire, reported at 2:12 p.m today, has stopped. The cause is under investigation and there are no reports of structural threats.
Ramona Fire Department/Cal Fire recently unveiled its new ambulance to the Ramona Municipal Water District’s Board of Directors.
The ambulance was purchased with a $210,000 no-matching grant from the Indian Gaming Special Distribution Fund
Update, May 31, 9:30 a.m. — The Chula Vista police officer, Nathaniel Walker, who was airlifted to Palomar Medical Center with major injuries Wednesday after he was hit in a traffic collision at State Route 78 and Earlham Street is doing better, reported Capt. Gary Wedge with the Chula Vista Police Department.
Hundreds of firefighters today battle a brush fire that has charred 980 acres southeast of Julian in the far reaches of eastern San Diego County, authorities said.
The General Fire, which was roughly 40 percent contained as of Monday night, was 70 percent contained as of 6:30 a.m., according to Cal Fire. The fire broke out in the Banner Grade area south of Highway 78 and east of Highway 79 about noon Sunday.
Crews battling a brush fire that scorched about 850 acres southeast of Julian had the blaze about 20 percent contained this morning, fire officials said.
No structures were threatened by the General Fire, which was called in shortly after noon Sunday south of state Route 78 in the Banner Grade area, according to Cal Fire.
CalFire crews are battling a 40-acre brush fire off state Route 78 in the Banner Grade area east of Julian. No structures are threatened.
The fire in Rodriguez Canyon south of Highway 78 is burning toward Granite Mountain, according to the CHP website.