Good morning everybody. Host of the Oceanside-Camp Pendleton Daily. Here’s everything you need to know about what’s happening in town these days. Including news about…
- north county skateboarders Dominate the 2023 national team.
- plan to modernize the sprinter Get $7 million in federal funding.
- rainy weather continues Two more storms on the way.
But first of all, today’s weather.
cloudy. High: 64 Low: 45.
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Today’s top stories from Oceanside-Camp Pendleton are:
- How much rain did Tuesday’s storm bring to Oceanside? Monday’s warm weather gave way to much-needed downpours on Tuesday, bringing just over half an inch of rain. But wait more! Just in time for New Year’s Eve, an even bigger storm is set to hit, plus his third storm to make it through the first week of the year. Drought-stricken areas will have plenty of water available, and residents have been advised to refrain from watering their gardens for at least a few weeks.(NBC San Diego)
- Seaside commuters can enjoy faster, more frequent Splinter train service Thanks to $7 million in federal funding awarded to the North County Transit District. This funding will begin the early stages of NCTD’s Corridor Modernization Project. NCTD Executive His Director Matthew O. Tucker said in his statement: “This funding to modernize train signals is the first step towards achieving 15-minute intervals and reducing local traffic.” (patch)
- The Oceanside skateboarder is one of four North County youths to join the 2023 National Skateboarding TeamThe 16 players announced by Skateboard’s U.S. governing body are mostly from California, with some from Arizona, New Mexico and Florida. It’s no surprise to the locals that North County make up his quarter of the team. Bryce Wetstein, 18, and Braden Hoban, 21, are both from Encinitas. Representing Oceanside are 15-year-old Gavin Bottger and her girlfriend, Ruby Lilley, who recently turned 16. “I never thought I would go this route. It’s like a dream come true,” said Lilly. “Ever since I started skateboarding, it’s been my dream to go to the Olympics,” she said (Coast News).
Oceanside Camp Pendleton today:
- Girls SoCal Classic – Oceanside High (all day)
- farmers market – Downtown (9:00 AM)
- sunset market – Downtown (5:00 PM)
- Boys SoCal Classic – Oceanside High (5:30 PM)
From my notes:
- “Nana and Pop Pop – the sweetest original in townGet a taste of O’side’s Sugar Rush from a family-owned business that has been serving it for over 23 years! ?? – Repost from @oceansideharborvillage …” (Accessed by Oceanside via Instagram)
- “City of Oceanside Funds Vocational Training Program A partnership with MiraCosta College Community Education & Workforce Development for economically eligible residents. Classes start from 1/17. learn more! https://commed.miracosta.edu -…” (City of Oceanside – Government via Facebook)
- “Play ball! This T-ball program” Teach your child the basic rules and basic skills of softball and baseball. ⚾️ Kids will learn how to swing the bat, run the base and have so much fun! At the end of each session,…” (City of Oceanside Parks and Recreation via Facebook)
- Remember! We will be closed on January 1st and 2nd! Happy New Year everyone!” (MCCS Camp Pendleton – Libraries via Facebook)
- “Message from County Supervisor Jim Desmond – Hope you all enjoyed Merry Christmas, Happy Hanukkah, or other celebrations. I was able to spend quality time with my wife and kids and enjoy the wonderful weather. I wasn’t pl…” (next)
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Good luck today! Another update will arrive in your mailbox tomorrow morning.
— Lisa Frost
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