By Daniel L. Muñoz
U.S. and Mexican officials in Washington D.C. announced a here-to-for
secret plan to pay up to $5,000 for civilian "Bounty Hunters"
to seek out those that they believe are illegal aliens seeking
to enter the United States.To continue,
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Sending Troops To Border Would Be `Wrong Tool'
George Lipsitz leads protest at UCSD Graduation
By Robert A. Quintana
Council Members Blast Affirmative Action Proposal
Conversation with San Diego Businessman Ralph Pesqueira.
By Robert Quintana
Border Leadership Institute Meets in San Diego
Patients Share Concerns With Rep. Filner
From Juvenile Hall Any Town USA
Mexican Artist Slated to Lecture at the Museum of Man
and the Environment is Topic of CU-Boulder Conference
and Chinese Students to Build "Pearl of the Pacific,"
the Third Link in a Ring of Parks
Reveals 82 Percent of County High School Students Are Looking
for Summer Jobs; New Program Bridges Gap Between Youth and Employers
School of the Children's Museum/Museo de los Niños to Open
in Fall 1998
Offers "Challenge Grant Program" to the Community
Commission, Other Housing Organizations Revise Tax Savings Program
For Home Owners
para el verano
Junior Lifeguard Program Splashes into San Diego
Jobs Now For Fire Season and Beyond
Fathers' Day Message
By Eloise Anderson
Foro ... Public Forum
Sporting news, reviews and other tid bits
Latinos Artists Proud of Their
Work in "Mulan"
by Amy Boothe Green
A Less Than Memorable Afternoon in Tijuana
By Lyn Sherwood
Cup: Whining and Complaining All Right With Sampson
By Ronald Blum
Rookies Seek Perfect Father's Day Gift -- Following In Dad's NFL
and Second Place Teams Collide Friday at Devore