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Scripps Ranch News is the digital community newspaper for the neighborhoods of Scripps Ranch in San Diego, California. Scripps Ranch News is an independently-owned community news website providing objective news reporting for the community's residents with professional journalism as well as crowd-sourced information from its readers.

All Scripps Ranch, all the time
This is a modern, online news source emphasizing hyper-local coverage of the Scripps Ranch community. Scripps Ranch News provides daily news updates as well as features about local residents and businesses. Additionally, it promotes community interaction and participatory journalism through this website and all associated social media pages. Contact us anytime; we will respond.

Send news and photos
Scripps Ranch News gladly accepts photos, videos and information from its readers. In fact, Scripps Ranch News was designed to revolve around crowdsourcing, news generated and contributed by its readers. Scripps Ranch News accepts news and news tips, news photos and digital video.

The publishers of Scripps Ranch News are always glad to see photos of happy families and children enjoying life, and are ready to accept photos of family pets on the Pets page. We look forward to receiving photos and reports about activities such as Little League games; soccer matches; school field trips and assemblies; Scouting adventures; or any local events such as community festivals. We also accept photos of the interiors, backyards and gardens of beautiful Scripps Ranch homes for our Homes page.

When sending photos, please be sure to include at least a couple of sentences describing the activity. Photos must be in jpg format. Videos must be no more than 1 minute in length.

When sending news, please be sure the content is true and accurate, and that names are spelled correctly. Please include first and last names of those in your news contribution.

Whether sending a photo, video, an item for the community calendar or write-up about an event involving Scripps Ranch residents, be sure to include your name and phone number. We want to give you credit for your contribution, and we may have further questions for you. Send your news, news tips, photos and videos to

Contributing Citizen Journalist Program (reporters and photographers)
Scripps Ranch News looks to showcase the talents of local citizen journalists and talented photographers. Scripps Ranch News is developing a program to help train citizen journalists by creating the Scripps Ranch News Journalism Club. It's a great way to actively contribute to your community, gain valuable experience and showcase your talents to a highly appreciative audience.

If you are selected to participate in the program, structured, professional training and guidance will be provided. If accepted into the program, community journalists will be sent a list of possible news or sports events that might be of interest to them. Community journalists may pick and choose events to cover. Members of the club may also pitch story ideas for coverage.

In addition to professional instruction, club members will be invited to group meetings and organized events throughout the year. Apply to the Scripps Ranch News Journalism Club. Learn and practice reporting and photojournalism skills, and have your work published in Scripps Ranch News. Apply for membership by sending an introductory letter, resume and samples of your work:

Scripps Ranch News is a local, family-owned, independent news organization. It is not affiliated with any political party or activist group. Scripps Ranch News strives to provide objective journalism and highlight local people and events. It is a hyper-local publication encouraging residents to support area merchants and help keep both the local economy and the local environment strong and healthy. It supports local schools and the maintenance of the Scripps Ranch lifestyle, a way of life that is safe, family friendly, a great place to raise kids and a place to enjoy all the freedoms and liberties of an American neighborhood. Scripps Ranch News is intended to be inclusive, to include all residents of Scripps Ranch. Furthermore, Scripps Ranch News was designed so that the residents of Scripps Ranch can participate in the creation of its contents.

About the publishers
The publishers, John and Jacqueline Gregory, are a husband and wife team. They have lived in Scripps Ranch since 2003 and their children attend Scripps Ranch schools. Scripps Ranch News is their family business. Both publishers are open and available to communicate with the public. Feel free to contact them if you want them to speak to your club or organization.

John GregoryJohn Gregory is the publisher, advertising manager and director of content for Scripps Ranch News. He has served as an editor of newspapers, magazines and websites; a book editor and a newspaper publisher. John was editor of the old Mira Mesa/Scripps Ranch Sentinel in 1988 and 1989. A community journalism specialist, he was the longtime editor-in-chief of national-award winning newspapers such as Beach & Bay Press and The Peninsula Beacon. John played an important role in the launch of San Diego Downtown News, La Jolla Village News, The San Diego Union-Tribune's Today's Local News, and the San Diego Independent.

Contact John at

Jacqueline GregoryJacqueline Gregory is the publisher and art director for Scripps Ranch News. She custom-built the Scripps Ranch News website and admin center.

Jacqueline has more than 20 years of experience as a graphic artist, digital media designer and e-commerce expert.

She is available for graphic design and web development work.

Contact Jacqueline at


Content and Social Media, terms of use and privacy policy
By using this site and any of the Scripps Ranch News social media pages, you agree to these terms and policies: By sending any content in any format to Scripps Ranch News, you are consenting to its use by Scripps Ranch News. All content sent to Scripps Ranch News, including but not limited to the written word, videos, audio, photos, maps, graphics, artwork and illustrations, whether sent by e-mail, regular post, or through any social media, becomes the property of Scripps Ranch News and can be republished in any format, including print, electronic or digital form, and used by Scripps Ranch News in any manner whatsoever. Please do not send material or content to Scripps Ranch News if you do not intend to have it republished for public viewing or listening, in any format.

Scripps Ranch News is not responsible for the posting of images (including images contributed by readers) with individuals who do not want to appear in public view, whether it be digital, video or print publication.

The views and opinions expressed in Scripps Ranch News are not necessarily those of the publishers and owners, and are protected under the First Amendment of the Constitution of the United States of America.

Content written by any employees or representatives of Scripps Ranch News is not intended to offend or injure the reputation of any individual, business or entity. All content written by any member of Scripps Ranch News or any representative is written and published without malicious intent.

Please be aware that a large portion of content posted on this website, as well as all associated social media vehicles or print products, is provided by members of the general public.

Scripps Ranch News is a commercial website designed to be supported by advertising of all kinds. This includes several different sizes of ads spaces and banners, a Business Directory, a Homes listing section and a Classified advertising section.

Statements and claims expressed in advertisements in any section of Scripps Ranch News are not necessarily those of the publishers and owners.

Scripps Ranch News reserves the right to reject any advertising as it sees fit.

Copyright and Licensing
The entire contents of this website is copyrighted by Scripps Ranch News. Copyright 2021, Scripps Ranch News.

Scripps Ranch News, a product of Seacoast Media Lab, LLC, is a legally registered business entity in the State of California and the County of San Diego, California.