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Update 5-5-21

  We have big plans for this summer’s Independence Day celebration. Last year, we had everything set up when the COVID-19 shutdown forced us to cancel most of it. We’ve got even bigger plans for this year. In fact, we want to expand the event to both Saturday,...

Update 5-4-21

  At some point in the next few weeks, you may receive a call from someone wanting to ask you a few questions about Carlsbad’s college going independent. This is not a scam call or any solicitation- a community survey about the college is an important part of the...

Update May 3, 2021

We wish to offer our condolences to the family of Eva Anaya, who passed away over the weekend. She and her husband, Ray, worked tirelessly for children and families in this community for 50 years in hopes of providing disadvantaged children with a Merry Christmas. Ray...

Update 5-1-21

  In an open letter to the community earlier this week, Superintendent Gerry Washburn provided some disturbing numbers about the state of education due to the pandemic. According to Washburn, 48 percent of our high school students are failing at least one class....

Update 4-30-21

Thursday’s rain was very welcome. Our monitor at the airport reported 1.8 inches of rain, while individuals in north and central Carlsbad reported receiving more than 2.2 inches. A flood advisory was in effect for a portion of Thursday evening, with some requests for...
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