Daily Archives: May 27, 2013

Cleanup of La Jolla Cove to begin Tuesday

Cleanup of La Jolla Cove to begin Tuesday


[trib_ndn vid=24846696]LA JOLLA, Calif. — A private company will begin work to eliminate the stench in La Jolla Cove caused by bird guano Tuesday under a plan announced by Mayor Bob Filner.

On Friday, Filner declared that the cormorant, pigeon, gull, pelican and other animal waste covering the cliffs east of La Jolla Cove is a public health hazard and said a plan eliminate the odor was underway.

City officials said the plan involved essentially neutralizing the chemicals and organisms that were causing the smell, and called for safety measures to protect both workers and the area’s animal life.

“We finally have a plan that we think may work,” Filner said. “And that’s good because I was about to go get a bucket and mop, or a big vacuum cleaner and do it myself.”

Filner issued an emergency finding under the Marine Mammal Protection Act of 1972 to get the…

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AM Briefing from Bowlersdesk.com for May 27, 2013


Today is Memorial Day and there are a bunch of events.

The more notable ones are …

At 9:00 AM the first Memorial Day five K to benefit the Explosive Ordnance Disposal Warrior Foundation starts

At 10 AM at the Fort Rosecrans National Cemetery will have Rear Admiral Dixon R. Smith giving the Memorial Day address

On base at Camp Pendleton artillery units are observing Memorial Day with a 21-gun salute at noon. It May be possible to hear the boom from as far away as 50-miles.

Then at 2:00 this afternoon the Mount Soledad Veterans Memorial is hosting their Memorial Day ceremony in honor of the former Navy SEALS killed in Benghazi Libya while working as private security for the State Department immediately following that countries revolution.

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Benghazi victims to be honored in Mt. Soledad

Benghazi victims to be honored in Mt. Soledad


[trib_ndn vid=24844971]SAN DIEGO — Two former Navy Seals from San Diego killed in the controversial Benghazi terror attacks will be honored in a special ceremony at the Mount Soledad Veterans Memorial Monday.

Glen Doherty, 42, of Encinitas and 41-year-old Tyrone Woods of Imperial Beach were working as contractors in Libya when they gave the ultimate sacrifice.

DLocal veterans honored at Mt. Soledadoherty and Woods stepped in to rescue fellow Americans and fight off enemy attacks to the U.S. diplomatic compound in Benghazi on September 11, 2012.

Two other Americans, U.S. Ambassador to Libya Chris Stevens and information officer Sean Smith, were also killed in the attacks.

Monday, Mount Soledad’s Veterans Association, which donated the plaques for Doherty and Woods, will dedicate its Memorial Day ceremony to the memory of these two heroes and their sacrifice.

“This is going to be a very, very special ceremony,” said Mt. Soledad Veterans Memorial Association CEO Bruce Bailey…

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Woman gives birth to 13-pound baby

Woman gives birth to 13-pound baby


[trib_ndn vid=24844976]WHITTIER, Calif. – A new mother had a something extra special to celebrate this Memorial Day weekend.

Yvette Camberos Hernandez of Bell Gardens gave birth to a healthy 13-pound, 10-ounce girl at Whittier Hospital Medical Center.

The newborn, named Kaelyn Hernandez, was delivered Friday through a C-section, earning a page in the hospital’s record books.

Wrapped in a yellow blanket, with a big white bow covering her hair, little Kaelyn rested comfortably in her mother’s arms as news crews snapped pictures and recorded video of the sleepy infant.

The newborn was nearly twice the size of the average baby, even though she was born a week early.

Yvette was expected to take her daughter home Sunday and introduce the baby to her two older siblings.

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Aztecs earn NCAA baseball regional berth

Aztecs earn NCAA baseball regional berth


[trib_ndn vid=24844993]SAN DIEGO – San Diego State baseball team claimed the Mountain West Conference tournament title Sunday after upsetting No. 13 New Mexico 9-4.

Aztec junior Philip Walby was the starting pitcher against the Lobo squad that leads the nation in hitting with a .338 team batting average.   He lasted five innings and allowed a pair of runs on five hits, two walks and a strikeout.

SDSU took the lead with a run in the top of the second when freshman Ty France scored on a grounder by Aztec’s senior Jake Romanski.  France would go on to record four hits on the afternoon including a double, home run, three RBI and three runs scored.

France from West Covina, Calif., would be named tourney MVP after hitting .762 with a tournament record 16 hits over SDSU’s six contests.

Walby was credited with the victory, his second of the tournament, to improve…

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