CHURCH NEWS



ST. STEPHEN CATHOLIC CHURCH This week the parish celebrated the Rite of Confirmation then the Rosary and Divine Mercy devotion, RCIA in English and Spanish, Boy Scouts, Confessions, Rosary for the Intercession for Priests, St. Vincent de Paul food distribution, and Adult faith formation. Catholics celebrate the Feast of Corpus Christi to remind them of the mystery of the real […]

SO I WAS THINKING…..



“The ‘Cross’ Road” Question: Why did the rabbit cross the road? Answer: He didn’t. He “chickened” out. This morning, as I was driving down my driveway, a rabbit made a mad dash right across in front of me. He almost made it to the other side, but instead, stopped, turned around and ran back the way he had just come, […]

For such an important decision, what’s the hurry?



California Bank & Trust Branch Manager Nickey Lovejoy welcomes Tiger Cubs Nate Milam and Benjamin Braxmeyer. Mrs. Lovejoy recently gave a tour of the bank to these cub scouts from Pack 619.

Roadrunner editor’s house catches fire



Our longtime editor David Ross found out on Tuesday night that his house on Palomar Mountain had caught fire. Ross was in Valley Center working towards deadline at the time and was unharmed, but making the trip up the mountain, he said that he feared the house had burned down completely. Mark Brock, a subletter and the Roadrunner’s cartoonist, was […]

Presenting the 2013 Valley Roadrunner Athlete of the Year nominees



Versatility is an athletic trait that is often underrated. Specialization has become the norm in the sports world, especially at the highest levels. NFL quarterbacks spend nearly all their waking hours devouring game film, analyzing every minute detail, like the angle of their plant foot as they plant to throw a five-yard curl outside the left hash mark. An NHL […]