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July 27, 2011 Live in Julian. Shod in Julian Business Spotlight: Julian Tea & Cottage Arts is located at 2124 Third Street and is owned by the Seger Family who live in Julian. They have been in business for 16 years and employ 8 Julian residents. They are open Thursday thru Monday and give local discounts during the week. If you have never been in the Tea Cottage, you should definitely take some time to check it out. They offer over 250 different varieties of tea from all over the world ranging in price from $4.00 to $16.00. In addition to tea they carry jams, soup, and bread, dip mixes and a variety of mustards and sauces. Upstairs there is a room dedicated to hard to find baking and culinary items, where you can find all kinds of unique kitchen gadgets. There is also a nice selection of baby shower gifts including bibs, books, onesies and little unique items. Downstairs they offer a nice selection of greeting cards for most occasions. I highly recommend stopping in the next time you're looking for a baby gift or craving some tea. If you're interested in having lunch, they do prefer a reservation. Julian Tea & Cottage Arts ; ~ diib! @i @~,iid~Vi!~! Let's grow together Awards are team efforts and receiving an honor from J.D. Power and Associates is only possible because of you, our customers and communities. On behalf of our employees, we thank you for recognizing our efforts to be your community bank. The Julian News 7 "Highest Customer Satisfaction with Retail Banking in California" By J D Power and Associates Visit your nearest Rabobank branch or today .... : .... ,: :-~#,: ' .{ :: Rabobank, N.A. Member FDIC. Rabobank, N~. received the highest numerical score among retail banks in California in the proprietary J.D. Power and Associates 2011 Retail Banking Satisfaction Study~. Study based on 51,620 total response measuring 19 providers in California and measures opinions of consumers with their primary banking provider Proprietary study results are based on experiences and perceptions of consumers surveyed in January 2011. Your experiences may vary. Visit I- i! Eagle Fire At Los Coyotes Reservation by Michael Hart Reported on Thursday night around 10:30, the wildfire east of Warner Springs near a training facility on the Los Coyotes Indian Reservation had burned about 2,850 acres by Friday afternoon, according to fire authorities. The fire was burning near the Eagle Rock Training Center, where a 1-acre fire was sparked earlier this year by small-arms fire, authorities said. Hollywood film crews and the military have used the Eagle Rock Training Center on the reservation for movies and training. Naval and Marine special forces from Coronado have trained at the facility, military officials said. ...... The center's organizers have told the press repeatedly that CaIFIRE map of the area burned through Sunday at lpm. they would not allow explosives 8 bulldozers, 25 water tenders, Personnel on the fireI line: at the facility, nor incendiary 13 helicopters, 6 helitankers, 142 67 engines, 82 fire crews, 15 bullets. They also said they had overhead (1,120firefighters). One bulldozers, 32 water tefiders, WOMEN - COLOR PERMS- 7ao ls-99zo stylish; smart' dightly snobbish. cou vrR 6 BEER T~G ....... ' ............ veGot Plus Sizes PA IHG EVENTS ...... opEN ' We n ,aov, cleared brush at the firing range outbuilding was destroyed. 10 helicopters, 3 helitankf rs, 6 I and taken necessary fire-safety Agencies battling the blazeairtankers, 250 overhead; Nhich measures. include Cal Fire, the San Diego is 1,771 firefighters. ! CalFIRE is an conducting County Fire Authority, San SDG&E had also release d that i investigation into the origin of the Diego County Sheriff's Office, it was allowing the use o~ their ' ' fire, one unconfirmed report was USFS, BIA, State Parks, L.A.helicopter in the effort to sl w the i a vehicle had gone off the road. County, C.C.C. and Californiafire on Friday. i t By Saturday morning the fire Department of Corrections and According to all relf ases was gaged at 4,000 acres and Rehabilitation, California Air from CalFIRE no time Of full [j about 15% contained. WeatherNational Guard. containment has been projected, seemd to be on the side of fire In Anza-Borrego State Park, and the terrain that the fire is fighting efforts as low wind the Bori'ego Palm Campground in has made the task of putting conditions and lower that normal and Borrego Palm Trail have fire fighters on the ground ,i temperatures settled into the closed dueto the fire. more difficult. They havej used area. At 6 pm Sunday the fire the California National Guard Fog atGillispieFieldkeptsome was reported at 11,000 acres - helicopters to shuttle per#onnel air craft on the ground until after and 40% contained. The fire's into and out of the area. I 8 am. Tankers from Ramona spread to the north has slowed The Warner Springs Ranch were seen making air drops significantly due to increased came to the aid of firefighters around the perimeter of the fire. relative humidity and cloud cover, allowing the use of their faF:ilities National Guard air resources There had been S minor injuries for clean up and rest, have have been utilized by CalFire to to firefighters. Cost to date some facilitiesin B0rrego ferry fire fighters into the steep to fight the fire is $4.5 million. Springs. | and treacherous terrain that the Firefighters have 15 miles of At one point on Saturday the containment line to construct, smoke from the fire was causing fire is located. Sunday morning the report was the fire had grown to at least 10,800 acres. 35% contained. Equipmwent on the fire line was listed as 9 engines, 55 fire crews, The Boy Scout Camp has been closed in addition to the Borrego Palm Trail and the Borrego Palm Campground which were closed Saturday. Borrego residents to report what they believed was a new fire, upon investigation it was verified to be the eastern edge Of the Eagle Fire.