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Canyon Hills Chronicle

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Canyon Hills Chronicle

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San Diego’s Very Own: Little Italy Art-Walk

Adrian Aguilar, Staff Writer June 6, 2023

With many artists in San Diego, many of those artists manage to find ways of spreading their art to people across the city. Little Italy’s art walk, first introduced 39 years ago, was made for thousands...

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Padres Lose 7-2 in Season Opener…But More is to Come

Ben Bekkerman, Staff Writer April 20, 2023

After a delayed start due to rain, the Padres took the field on their March 30th opening night. Following their impressive 2022 season, in which the Friars eliminated the favored Dodgers to make it to...

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48 arrested in San Diego in massive human trafficking bust

Adrian Aguilar, Staff Writer March 14, 2023

San Diego officials reported on Tuesday that an operation against human trafficking was carried out by law enforcement, resulting in the rescue of eight children and the apprehension of 48 individuals. "Operation...

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Cold Weather Continues in San Diego

O'Ryan Nelson, Staff Writer March 8, 2023

As February comes to an end, cold weather persists for the students of Canyon Hills. Complaints of cold weather had started around last week, and have been persistent, as the cold weather and constant...


Ethan Salas signs with Padres at just 16 years old

Hal'e Martin, Guest Contributor February 14, 2023

His brother was once the spotlight of all of baseball, but now he is the man of San Diego. Sixteen year old Venezuelan bigtime backstop Ethan Salas is now a part of the San Diego Padres. Born on...

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For California storm season, San Diegans weather better than most

Maya Evans, Staff Writer February 2, 2023

Nearing the start of a new year, a storm hits California, mildly affecting San Diego compared to other parts of the state. San Diegans were and still are impacted by the weather. Fallen trees, power...

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