Reporter, U-T San Diego
I have roots in Oklahoma and Fresno. So yeah, East County seems about right.
post-gazette.com — When 70-year-old Bob Filner was growing up in Squirrel Hill, he never dreamed that he'd one day be mayor of America's eighth-largest city. But his upbringing instilled in him values that wouldn't allow him to sit on the sidelines when he saw the chance to lead San Diego in a new direction.
utsandiego.com — This burning ceremony, which traditionally happens when a tribe member dies, was for Ida Brown, 90, a Kumeyaay matriarch who died June 11 from complications of a stroke. In her nine decades, Brown saw dramatic changes within her tribe and in the world beyond it, but she maintained the same values -- respect for nature, humanity and history -- throughout her life, her family said.
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