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The Sheriff's Department is working to get the word out on the dangers of marijuana candies. Recently, Juvenile Detective David Leonhardi spoke at an event informing ...

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October 1, 2014 / Just For Fun


The Ramona High School Home Coming is on its way. "A Celebration of Hometown Heroes" Crowning of King/Queen--October 17th @ 6:30 pm on the Bulldog Football Field Coming Home Carnival--October 16th @ 5:00 - 9:00 pm in the RHS Parking Lot RHS Homecoming : October 13-18, 2014...

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September 16, 2014 / Ramona News


Today, Monday, September 15, a new record was set for this date, reaching 103, with some people reporting temperatures as high as 106 in their cars. The previous record for this date, set two years ago, was 101, according to the National Weather Service. An National Weather Service heat advisory is in effect for Ramona tomorrow until 7 p.m. as high pressure and a weak onshore airflow continue t...

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September 11, 2014 / Featured


Our nation commemorates events that shook it to its core 13 years ago. There are many ways to remember this event in our hearts and in our lives. Some of the quotes we found regarding the tragedy and the dealing with this tragedy: “So many names, there is barely room on the walls of the heart.” Former Poet Laureate Billy Collins, “The Names, “Even the smallest act of service, the ...

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September 10, 2014 / Business News


Keeping our communities connected, in print and online! Our Orange Book Directory and websites are the easiest way for you to connect to “all things community” in our hometown! The 2014 Ramona Orange Book Directory is closing for the 2014 edition. If you have not yet secured your ad space with a contract, please contact our office at 760-789-4243 and we'll be happy to assist you. Don't ...

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September 4, 2014 / Lifestyle


SMILE She smiled at a sorrowful stranger, the smile seemed to make him feel better. He remembered past kindness’ of a friend, and wrote him a Thank You letter. The friend was so pleased with the Thank You, that he left a large tip at lunch. The waitress, surprised by the large tip, bet the whole thing on a hunch. The next day she picked up her winnings, and gave part to a man on the street....

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August 30, 2014 / A Bit of History


When did Labor Day begin? The modern holiday is widely traced back to an organized parade in New York City in 1882. Union leaders had called for what they had labelled a “monster labor festival” on Tuesday, Sept. 5, according to Linda Stinson, a former historian for the Department of Labor (the idea for a general labor festival may have originated in Canada, which today also celebrates “L...

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