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Escondido is located just north of San Diego in southern California. The city's name means "hidden" or "secret" in Spanish and was named so because it sits in a shallow valley that is surrounded by rocky hills. Today Escondido is primarily a residential community, but it was once an agricultural center. Initially farmers grew muscat grapes. After the construction of the dam that formed Lake Wohlford, olives and walnuts were grown, and oranges and lemons were densely planted. Avocados had become Escondido's largest crop by the 1960s.
Local Newspapers: The San Diego Union-Tribune
Local Sports Teams: San Diego Chargers San Diego Padres San Diego Gulls
Local Colleges: Palomar College
Zip Codes associated with escondido, california:
92025 92026 92027 92029
Towns/Cities near escondido, california : San Marcos Hidden Meadows Valley Center Poway Vista
San Diego agencies incur more than $1M in added costs protecting border wall prototypes
The San Diego County Sheriff's Department incurred nearly $900,000 in added costs and the San Diego Police Department incurred more than a quarter-million dollars in added costs to patrol and secure the Otay Mesa border area during the month-long construction of eight border wall prototypes by would-be government contractors, it was reported Tuesday. The added costs to the city and county, mostly to pay overtime wages to deputies and officers, added up to $1,175,840 for security at the border wall project site, the San Diego Union-Tribune reported.Flu is everywhere in the US right now.' And it could get worse
Donnie Cardenas was recovering from the flu at the Palomar Medical Center in Escondido, Calif., last week. The San Diego County resident said he was battling a heavy cough for days before a spike his temperature sent him into the emergency room.California hospitals face a 'war zone' of flu patients - and are setting up tents to treat them
Nurse Reggie Withers tends to flu patient Louise Dominguez, 84, as her son Al Dominguez sits nearby in the emergency room at Torrance Memorial Medical Center. Nurse Reggie Withers tends to flu patient Louise Dominguez, 84, as her son Al Dominguez sits nearby in the emergency room at Torrance Memorial Medical Center.CDC says 'There's lots of flu in lots of places.' And it's not going away anytime soon.
The Associated Press) Donnie Cardenas, right, waits in an emergency room hallway alongside roommate Torrey Jewett, left, as he recovers from the flu at the Palomar Medical Center in Escondido, Calif., on Wednesday, Jan. 10, 2018. The San Diego County resident said he was battling a heavy cough for days before a spike his temperature sent him into the emergency room.Escondido Country Club owner hit with criminal charges
A fire destroyed the long-abandoned clubhouse at the Escondido Country Club on Nov. 22. A 12-count misdemeanor criminal complaint has been filed against the owner of the abandoned Escondido Country Club property. It accuses Michael Schlesinger of not properly maintaining the buildings on the land, the largest of which burned to the ground in November.Snooping nurse forces Palomar to notify 1,300 patients of records breaches
Palomar Health will notify 1,309 patients that one of its former nurses inappropriately accessed their medical records while they stayed at Palomar Medical Center Escondido during a 15-month period from Feb. 10, 2016, through May 7, 2017. According to a short statement the North County health provider released Friday morning, information accessed in most cases included patients' first and last names, dates of birth, genders, medical record numbers, diagnoses, treatment locations, medications and allergies.Has flu season, in full swing, reached its height?
In this Jan. 10, 2017 image, Donnie Cardenas recovers from the flu at the Palomar Medical Center in Escondido, Calif., on Wednesday, Jan. 10, 2018. The San Diego County resident said he was battling a heavy cough for days before a spike his temperature sent him into the emergency room.Estate development moves forward after 13 yearsJanuary 11, 2018
The City Council voted 4-0 on Jan. 10 to approve an extension of a tentative subdivision map for the North Avenue Estates, which is 34 residential lot developments and five open space lots on 17.2 acres on the north side of North Avenue, between Laurashawn Lane and Kaywood Drive. Three additional nearby properties would also be annexed into the city, since the owners of these properties have previously connected to city sewer services and signed Irrevocable Offers of Annexation as a condition of connection.Man Sentenced for Attempted Kidnapping of Escondido Student
A man will have to register as a sex offender for the rest of his life for attempting to grab a student on her way to school in Escondido. Edgar Gutierrez, 28, was sentenced to seven years in prison Thursday for attempting to kidnap a 15-year-old girl as she walked to Orange Glen High School, court officials said.Wood carver grants Del Dios wish to see lake legend come aliveJanuary 11, 2018
Even some longtime San Diego residents may be unaware of the possibility that a monstrous lizard-like creature lives in the depths of Lake Hodges, a 115-foot deep reservoir just south of Escondido in a quaint little town called Del Dios. The mystery surrounding the legendary lake monster - nicknamed "Hodgee" by locals - is rooted so deep in Del Dios folklore, that the town decided to bring him to life in its own unique way.Escondido man killed in fiery crash Christmas Day identified
An Escondido man who died in a fiery triple-fatal crash on Christmas night in Oceanside when he suddenly swerved and hit a barrier was identified by authorities for the first time today as Boris Sarsania. The 52-year-old Sarsania was in a 1996 Nissan sedan on southbound Interstate 5 when he suddenly tried to swerve from an exit lane back onto the freeway and struck the barrier, launching his car into the air before it landed partially in the freeway's slow lane, authorities said.Two more claims filed in sheriff's sexual misconduct investigation, bringing total to 13 women
The number of women lodging sexual misconduct charges against a San Diego sheriff's deputy passed a dozen this week, as two more women filed legal claims. Thirteen women have now leveled groping accusations and worse against Deputy Richard Fischer, who has been on leave since the allegations first surfaced last fall and remains the subject of both criminal and administrative investigations.Lakeside Jazz Club is a monthly event at the Wildomar/Elsinore Elks Lodge
Emergency rooms have been so packed, special tents are set up at places like Escondido's Palomar Medical Center just to handle the spike in flu patients. "In San Diego, in the week during the holidays, there were about 3,000 new cases of flu," said Dr. Alan Hansen.Why we don't think the flu is worse than hep A
Emergency technician Kyle Heaston takes the blood pressure of a woman suffering from flu symptoms on Wednesday in a tent that has been set up outside Palomar Medical Center Escondido so the staff can triage the flu patients. Emergency technician Kyle Heaston takes the blood pressure of a woman suffering from flu symptoms on Wednesday in a tent that has been set up outside Palomar Medical Center Escondido so the staff can triage the flu patients.Flu hits 46 states
The Centers for Disease Control reports 46 states have widespread flu activity, compared to just 12 states at this time last year. Emergency room doctors in Escondido, California have set up a special tent outside the hospital to handle a surge in flu patients.Jon Paul Steuer, - Star Trek' Actor, Dies at 33The Wrap
Jon Paul Steuer, a former child actor who starred in "Star Trek: The Next Generation," has died. He was 33. The death was announced on the Facebook page of his Oregon rock band, P.R.O.B.L.E.M.S., who wrote, "It is with heavy hearts and saddened minds that we announce the passing of our dear friend and singer Jonny Jewels, AKA Jon Paul Steuer.
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