COVID-19 in San Diego:
Cases & Deaths (Updated Daily)
Thursday, June 4, 2020

COVID-19 in San Diego: Cases & Deaths (Updated Daily)

Luan Troxel

Luan Troxel
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Luan’s background spans a range of industries from academia to management consulting to investment banking. Along the way, she earned an undergraduate degree in political science at Northwestern University, a PhD in the same field from the University of Michigan and an MBA from Columbia University. She has lived on both coasts and many states in between, as well as in Bulgaria and Germany. Have news to share? Send tips, story ideas or letters to the editor to manager@coronadotimes.com

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LETTERS TO THE EDITOR

Acting on Our Principles

Submitted by Jim DeBelloWhile the soaring SpaceX launch this weekend lifted our spirits and re-ignited our faith to achieve greatness, we are brought back...

I See Your Colors

Submitted by Rebekah KobsAs the world is aching right now I know each family is trying to process things in their own way. For...

It Breaks My Heart

Submitted by Michael Emerson in response to George Floyd’s murderIt breaks my heart to write this down, It breaks it more to not. It breaks my...

Black Lives Matter – What Coronado Residents Can Do to Help

Submitted by Khara HarknessI am part of the 75% of white people that occupy Coronado.Coronado is currently at a complete stop. COVID19 is rapidly spreading across the world causing...

NEW STORIES

Coronado Chalk Art Adds to Memorial for George Floyd (Video)

Using art, Coronado students came together today in a show of unity, doing their part to get the word out, be part of the...

The Gallery & Hemp Life Now Open

Mike Tepper was ready for his grand opening of The Gallery & Hemp Life when the world came to a halt. The opening of...

Vandemic Adventure: Hitting the Road to Explore a New World

At the beginning of March 2020, I had big plans. I would soon graduate college, fly to Europe and hike the Haute Route trail...

Dog Beach, Sunset Park and Cays Tennis Courts Approved to Open at Council Meeting

City Manager Blair King had lots of positive community updates to share in his opening report. Dog lovers will be ecstatic to learn that...

Peaceful Protests Hope to Spread the Black Lives Matter Message and Encourage Change

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