Sep. 19, 2020

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R. Roger Rowe School was the first public school in the county to welcome students back for in-person learning last month.

The Solana Beach School District board unanimously approved a proactive COVID-19 testing program for students and staff on Sept. 10.

The Rancho Santa Fe Library at the heart of the village reopened its doors to patrons on Sept. 10.

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All three San Diego County natives playing in the 45th World TeamTennis (WTT) season at The Greenbrier in White Sulphur Springs, West Virginia – Taylor Fritz, Brandon Nakashima and Coco Vandeweghe – advanced to this weekend’s WTT Playoffs with different teams.

Rancho Santa Fe lacrosse standout Kate McCool has been selected to represent the Southwest Region in the 2020 Under Armour All American Lacrosse Classic Underclass Tournament in Baltimore, Md.

Canyon Crest Academy alum Michael McDaniel recently put on a charity snowboarding event in Salt Lake City, Utah that united the snowboard community in the fight against racism.

Arizona State product Scotty Gange wins Jim Nantz Award for top collegiate sportscaster

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Over 250 Fairbanks Ranch residents were serenaded by “Idols on the Lake” Sept. 12.

The City of Encinitas Cultural Arts Division is seeking artists to mount 50 exhibits in the city’s three art galleries in 2021.

Lux Art Institute is presenting the first Artist-in-Residence of its 14th season, Cosmo Whyte, with an exhibition on view from Sept. 10 - Nov. 10.

Author Vicki Tashman, who recently moved to Solana Beach, will participate virtually in the Orange County Children’s Book Festival from Sept. 14 to 26.

In the summer of 1863, at the height of the Civil War, Frederick Douglass and Abraham Lincoln confront each other at the White House in two searing, no-holds-barred sessions that forever change the course of history.

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