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Alpine Races See Partisan Politics

Candidates for the Alpine Union School District board may disagree on their politics, but they all say they're happy with much of the way the East County district is running. Test scores are high. The school system, which serves 2,300 students from kindergarten through eighth grade, is managed well. Teachers are generally satisfied. “There's nothing severely broken in the Alpine school district,” said Gina Henke, one of six candidates.

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Alpine Races See Partisan Politics

BY Anne Krueger

Candidates for the Alpine Union School District board may disagree on their politics, but they all say they're happy with much of the way the East County district is running. Test scores are high. The school system, which serves 2,300 students from kindergarten through eighth grade, is managed well. Teachers are generally satisfied. “There's nothing severely broken in the Alpine school district,” said Gina Henke, one of six candidates.

10/04/2006
Rancho Santa Fe Spotlight

The Fairbanks Republican Women will present Power Tuesday in collaboration with the Republican Party of San Diego County. A continental breakfast features Matt Schumsky, California field coordinator for FreedomWorks. The group was founded in 1984 to educate, train and mobilize activists to promote less government and lower taxes. The breakfast will also include a candidate's forum with: Brian Bilbray for Congress, District 50 Blake Miles for Congress, District 51 Jeff Perwin for state Assembly, District 76

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Rancho Santa Fe Spotlight

The Fairbanks Republican Women will present Power Tuesday in collaboration with the Republican Party of San Diego County. A continental breakfast features Matt Schumsky, California field coordinator for FreedomWorks. The group was founded in 1984 to educate, train and mobilize activists to promote less government and lower taxes. The breakfast will also include a candidate's forum with: Brian Bilbray for Congress, District 50 Blake Miles for Congress, District 51 Jeff Perwin for state Assembly, District 76

05/03/2006
On Tax Day, $125 Billion in Waste

Another dreaded April 15th – Tax Day – is nearly upon us. Our annual tax ritual requires over 26 hours from the average person filing a standard 1040, and over 60 percent of Americans seek professional help. The reason: The U.S. tax code now exceeds 60,000 pages, and those pages often give conflicting advice. No wonder that in 1976, presidental candidate Jimmy Carter declared, “Our income tax system is a disgrace to the human race.”

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On Tax Day, $125 Billion in Waste

BY Matt Schumsky

Another dreaded April 15th – Tax Day – is nearly upon us. Our annual tax ritual requires over 26 hours from the average person filing a standard 1040, and over 60 percent of Americans seek professional help. The reason: The U.S. tax code now exceeds 60,000 pages, and those pages often give conflicting advice. No wonder that in 1976, presidental candidate Jimmy Carter declared, “Our income tax system is a disgrace to the human race.”

04/14/2006
Helen K. Copley's legacy

Publisher Helen K. Copley was remembered for her business acumen and civic mindedness. San Diego was a pleasant little city known mainly for its zoo, its beaches and its large naval presence when a shy young woman, fresh out of Cedar Rapids, Iowa, arrived here as a clerk in 1951. There was little reason then to think that over the next half-century the town would become the seventh most populous city in America, or that she would become one of the most important women in American newspapers. San Diego and Helen K. Copley grew up together.

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Helen K. Copley's legacy

BY Gregory Alan Gross

Publisher Helen K. Copley was remembered for her business acumen and civic mindedness. San Diego was a pleasant little city known mainly for its zoo, its beaches and its large naval presence when a shy young woman, fresh out of Cedar Rapids, Iowa, arrived here as a clerk in 1951. There was little reason then to think that over the next half-century the town would become the seventh most populous city in America, or that she would become one of the most important women in American newspapers. San Diego and Helen K. Copley grew up together.

08/27/2004
Personal Technology

CURRENT AFFAIRS WorldCom News http://www.worldcomnews.com SaveOnPhone, an online telecommunications resource, has created this site to help explain the complexities of the WorldCom situation. It includes a chronology of events and archived articles on the scandal. Federal Budget http://www.uky.edu/Subject/currentall.html#fb11 This resource site, compiled by the University of Kentucky libraries, includes links for such budget-related sites as the House Appropriations Committee and Citizens for a Sound Economy, a grass-roots organization. REFERENCE Chronicle of the Berlin Wall http://www.dailysoft.com/berlinwall The Berlin Wall was built in 1945 and stood as the foremost symbol of the Cold War until its fall in 1989. This site helps capture the tension of those decades when East and West were divided. Dictionary.com http://dictionary.com Go directly to the site or use the built-in Dictionary.com lookup at the Google search site, http://google.com. To get the definition of a word after searching for it at Google, click on your underlined search term in the blue bar where it says "Searched the Web for." Robert's Rules of Order http://www.bartleby.com/176/ Published in 1876, the Pocket Manual of Rules of Order by Gen. Henry M. Robert made the rules of running Congress available to any organization. This site offers a complete reference to the 1915 revised version. SPORTS Beach Volleyball Database http://www.bvbinfo.com It's never too late to enjoy summer in San Diego, and a big part of that has to be beach volleyball. Check out this source for all things beach volleyball, men's and women's. Did you know the sport dates back to 1895? Arm Wrestling World Wide http://www.armpullers.com San Diegans Allen and Carolyn Fisher created this site to promote and encourage the sport of arm wrestling. Find a transcription of official rules, links to related sites and the personal competition stories of the Fishers. Top 10 HEALTH QUERIES Popular health and fitness query words, according to Google.com search engine. 1. Diabetes 2. Pregnancy 3. Viagra 4. Anorexia 5. Fitness 6. Medline 7. Yoga 8. Massage 9. Weight Watchers 10. Health

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Personal Technology

CURRENT AFFAIRS WorldCom News http://www.worldcomnews.com SaveOnPhone, an online telecommunications resource, has created this site to help explain the complexities of the WorldCom situation. It includes a chronology of events and archived articles on the scandal. Federal Budget http://www.uky.edu/Subject/currentall.html#fb11 This resource site, compiled by the University of Kentucky libraries, includes links for such budget-related sites as the House Appropriations Committee and Citizens for a Sound Economy, a grass-roots organization. REFERENCE Chronicle of the Berlin Wall http://www.dailysoft.com/berlinwall The Berlin Wall was built in 1945 and stood as the foremost symbol of the Cold War until its fall in 1989. This site helps capture the tension of those decades when East and West were divided. Dictionary.com http://dictionary.com Go directly to the site or use the built-in Dictionary.com lookup at the Google search site, http://google.com. To get the definition of a word after searching for it at Google, click on your underlined search term in the blue bar where it says "Searched the Web for." Robert's Rules of Order http://www.bartleby.com/176/ Published in 1876, the Pocket Manual of Rules of Order by Gen. Henry M. Robert made the rules of running Congress available to any organization. This site offers a complete reference to the 1915 revised version. SPORTS Beach Volleyball Database http://www.bvbinfo.com It's never too late to enjoy summer in San Diego, and a big part of that has to be beach volleyball. Check out this source for all things beach volleyball, men's and women's. Did you know the sport dates back to 1895? Arm Wrestling World Wide http://www.armpullers.com San Diegans Allen and Carolyn Fisher created this site to promote and encourage the sport of arm wrestling. Find a transcription of official rules, links to related sites and the personal competition stories of the Fishers. Top 10 HEALTH QUERIES Popular health and fitness query words, according to Google.com search engine. 1. Diabetes 2. Pregnancy 3. Viagra 4. Anorexia 5. Fitness 6. Medline 7. Yoga 8. Massage 9. Weight Watchers 10. Health

08/19/2002