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eCoronado Staff Takes on ALS Ice Bucket Challenge, Nominates City Officials & Eagle Staff for Chilly Task

The eCoronado.com staff recently joined the fight against ALS and took on the #icebucketchallenge (video below). ALS (Amyrotrophic lateral sclerosis)...

Oz Con International Wraps in Coronado with Grand Finale Showing Wizard of Oz on the Big Screen

It is perhaps one of the most widely loved movies of all time, appealing to fans young and old. Now in its 75th year,...

Nationally Renowned Dancers and Choreographers Lead Coronado School of the Arts Summer Intensives

This summer, dancers will take to the Yellow Brick Road. Dancers ranging from hip-hop, contemporary jazz, lyrical and modern will take part in the...

Relay for Life Event in Coronado Provides Hope and Healing for Cancer Survivors

Sarah Callahan was a typical college student – pursuing a degree in Advertising at Penn State University, spending time with her friends and enjoying...

Local Artists Invite Community to “Petals and Paint” – June 29, 2014 from Noon to Sunset

Chiaroscuro in art is a style of painting using strong contrasts between light and dark; a technique developed to add drama to an image...

To 6 Months and Back: Lessons Learned from My Husband’s Deployment

After 195 long days, it had all come down to one last short drive to North Island to wait on a plane carrying the...

A Warrior’s Timepiece: Built and Tested in Coronado

As a kid, Rob Smith liked to take apart his dad's stuff. Ever the fiddler, his father would find him time and again in...

Local Author and Advocate for Women Empowerment Shares Lessons From the Families of Our Wounded Warriors

Wounded Warrior wives at spa day held in April by the Mother, Lover, Fighter, Sage Foundation In April, eCoronado.com featured a story on...

Honor and Remember the Fallen This Memorial Day

Memorial Day weekend – a time when most Americans are enjoying an extra day off work, spending time with friends and family, hitting the...

Silver Strand Elementary Hosts 19th Annual Luau Dinner and Auction May 2

Silver Strand Elementary School is gearing up to host the 19th Annual Luau Dinner and Auction on May 2 from 5-8 p.m. The yearly...
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LETTERS TO THE EDITOR

Use Our Money to Improve Our Lives

Submitted by Barry & Susan AustinIn the Eagle last week, Councilmembers Heinze and Sandke asked for feedback about how some of our...

Election Integrity

Submitted by Frank CorahIt is vitally important in this contentious Presidential election that the American people, regardless of their political persuasion, trust the election...

Fate of The Ferry Landing Marketplace at Risk

Submitted by Marilyn FieldBad news for those who appreciate the quirky charms of The Ferry Landing Marketplace buildings: their fate is hanging in the...

This Isn’t Coronado

Submitted by Carolyn RogersonRecently Coronado has been in local news and national social media for a sad, shocking reason. Those who would not like...

NEW STORIES

City of Coronado Partners with CSU Long Beach’s Shark Lab to Tag Sharks

The City of Coronado is partnering with CSU Long Beach’s shark lab to learn more about the local shark population. This comes after an...

Meet Annika Laughlin – Emerald Keeper of the Month!

If you want to feel hopeful about the future, spend a few minutes chatting with Annika Laughlin, Coronado High School graduate, class of 2020!...

Coronado Teen Publishes Book of Short Stories: “The End of Heaven”

Coronado local and high School junior Jamie Piearcy spent quarantine time writing her first book, The End Of Heaven: Explore the Depravity of True...

Navy to Decommission Fire Damaged USS Bonhomme Richard

WASHINGTON – After thorough consideration, the Navy has decided to decommission USS Bonhomme Richard (LHD 6), a Wasp-class amphibious assault ship, due to the...

Coronado’s Amanda Russell Makes the Holidays Shine Brighter with Christmas Giving

A child needs new eyeglasses for school, but his parents can't afford them. A father can't drive to work because the family car is...