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  • Target campus drinking, not grain alcohol [Letter]

    Target campus drinking, not grain alcohol [Letter]
    It is about time university presidents took an interest in college drinking ("Grain alcohol target of ban," Feb. 6), but why target grain alcohol instead of college drinking? It has been allowed to go on for far too long and, as a '60s college graduate, I...
  • CIA, U.S. military at odds over Afghanistan pullback plan

    The CIA has made plans to close its network of secret bases in Afghanistan and pull its personnel back to Kabul this summer, an unexpectedly abrupt withdrawal that the U.S. military fears will deprive it of vital intelligence while thousands of American...
  • Soldier from Oceanside dies in Afghanistan; investigation underway

    Soldier from Oceanside dies in Afghanistan; investigation underway
    A soldier from Oceanside has died in Afghanistan in a "noncombat incident," the Department of Defense announced. Chief Warrant Deric Michael Rasmussen, 33, died Sunday in Mazar-e Sharif. No details of the death were announced except that it is under...
  • It's a desert, not a playground

    Two interest groups weren't even allowed to the table to discuss sharing Johnson Valley, a pristine desert landscape near Twentynine Palms prized by both off-road vehicle drivers and the Marine Corps for training. ("Marines, off-roaders compromise over...
  • O.C. veterans propose cemetery on former Marine base

    O.C. veterans propose cemetery on former Marine base
    When American Legion Chaplain Bill Cook peered through the chain-link fence at the windswept landscape — a broken runway, scrubby fields and green foothills in the distance — he remembered the Phantoms. The fighter jets were once a regular...
  • The legacy of Oriole Bob Young [Letter]

    The legacy of Oriole Bob Young [Letter]
    The Sun has done an excellent job commemorating the 60th anniversary of the St. Louis Browns becoming the Baltimore Orioles ("The Orioles: Sixty Years in Baltimore," March 30). It was a class act for the Orioles to invite former shortstop Billy Hunter...
  • Around Town: Springtime calls to mind the cycle of life

    Around Town: Springtime calls to mind the cycle of life
    The pine tree we planted has grown tall. The cones tumble down, full of sap. Hummingbirds nest in the branches. The mama birds dive bomb when I walk by. They want to attack me, divert me and protect their young. Down the hill, dozens of hummingbirds live...
  • Veterans cemetery at the Great Park?

    Veterans cemetery at the Great Park?
    When American Legion Chaplain Bill Cook peered through the chainlink fence at the windswept landscape — stripes of concrete marking a scrubby field framed by dark green foothills in the distance — he remembered the Phantoms. The fighter jets...
  • UM commit Brad Kaaya squashes rumors of decommitment with trip to Orlando | Video

    UM commit Brad Kaaya squashes rumors of decommitment with trip to Orlando | Video
    Brad Kaaya made a good point Sunday when talking about his commitment to Miami. The West Hills [Calif.] Chaminade quarterback has been the subject of speculation that he is going to decommit from the Hurricanes for local Southern California favorites...
  • PASSINGS: Jerry Coleman, Alicia Rhett

    PASSINGS: Jerry Coleman, Alicia Rhett
    Jerry Coleman Longtime announcer for Padres Jerry Coleman, 89, the longtime voice of the San Diego Padres and a former major league ballplayer whose career was interrupted by combat in two wars, died at a hospital Sunday, the team announced....
  • Blind man who shot drinking buddy granted immunity under 'stand your ground' law

    Blind man who shot drinking buddy granted immunity under 'stand your ground' law
    SANFORD — The murder trial of a blind man was cut short Friday after a judge granted a "stand your ground" motion for immunity and ruled the man acted in self-defense when he shot a drinking buddy in the chest with an assault rifle. Hours after...