Happy November 1st, friends! It’s Madeline. 🙂

I missed you guys! Feels like it’s been forever, even if I was just in your inbox two weeks ago.

So, a little about me, I start celebrating Christmas once Halloween is over…yes I’m that girl. If you see me driving around town with Mariah Carey playing on my radio, just know that I’m having the time of my life.

I can’t believe we’re in the last two months of the year, I’ve loved getting to know so much of this amazing city and its people, and I hope you all have too.

And if any of you think your friends and family would like to hear our weekly updates (and Sofie and me invade your email with our hilarious jokes), please tell them to subscribe!!

We’re not ending anytime soon. Here are the stories for this week! I hope you all have an amazing start to November.

Biden pushing for $310 million more to fix coastal sewage crisis

But the president has yet to declare a state of emergency despite pleas from California’s congressional delegation, others.

President Joe Biden, following pressure to declare a state of emergency on the Tijuana sewage crisis, has committed an additional $310 million to fix and expand the South Bay International Wastewater Treatment Plant.

SEAL Teams One & Two celebrate 62nd anniversary in Coronado

Former U.S. Navy SEAL captains and commanders will speak Nov. 16 at the Coronado Historical Association.

The Coronado Historical Association will be hosting a panel on Nov. 16 to dive into the history of the Underwater Demolition Team and SEAL Teams One and Two as they approach their 62nd anniversary.

Bob Rutherford, president of Coronado Rotary in 98th year

Bob Rutherford, Coronado Rotary president, is a fourth generation career military officer and served 30 […]

A Steward in Coronado, by name and action

Amy Steward didn’t stop teaching when she left the classroom.The former Coronado educator founded Emerald […]

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Madeline Yang is a reporter for The Coronado News, covering the City of Coronado, the U.S Navy and investigating the Tijuana/Coronado sewage issue. She graduated from Point Loma Nazarene University with her Bachelors in Journalism with an emphasis in Visual Storytelling. She loves writing, photography and videography and one day hopes to be a filmmaker. She can be reached by phone at 916-835-5843.