Angel Society awards $16,000 in philanthropy, installs new officers

Angel Society awards $16,000 in philanthropy, installs new officers

FALLBROOK – Donations totaling $16,000 were approved by the board of directors of the Angel Society of Fallbrook at its June meeting. The Fallbrook Land Conservancy topped the list of recipients with $10,000 in funds, with $7,000 to help sponsor the group’s annual fall fundraiser, Stagecoach Sunday, and $3000 to be distributed to the organization’s […]

Lamberson ends negotiations with Vaubel, closes Fallbrook Golf Club

Negotiations between owner Jack Lamberson and prospective buyer Harold Vaubel regarding the purchase of Fallbrook Golf Course, Inc. came to an abrupt end Tuesday morning when Lamberson demanded that Vaubel, who had been operating the course since July 1, leave the property immediately. Lamberson then informed workers that Vaubel had employed that he was closing […]

Temecula man fatally injured in Pauma crash identified

PAUMA VALLEY – A 20-year-old Temecula man who was fatally injured in a collision in Pauma Valley that also killed a motorcyclist was publicly identified Monday. Chance Keakaokalani Shinn was gravely injured when the Honda Civic in which he was a passenger veered into oncoming traffic on state Route 76 and collided with a motorcyclist near Pauma Valley Road […]

Doctor accused of sexual assault to stand trial

MURRIETA – A doctor accused of sexually assaulting three patients during surgical procedures at a Temecula hospital must stand trial on more than 30 felony charges, a judge ruled today. John Francis McGuire, 45, of Carlsbad was arrested last August following an investigation by the Riverside County Sheriff’s Department. After a five-hour preliminary hearing today at the Southwest […]

Camp Pendleton brush fire 92 percent contained

CAMP PENDLETON (CNS) – A brush fire burning in the northern reaches of Camp Pendleton was 92 percent contained this morning. About 1,245 open acres have been blackened since the blaze ignited off Roblar and Case Springs roads Thursday afternoon, according to military andstate fire officials. No structures have been threatened. The cause of the […]

Fallbrook Woman’s Club celebrates winners

Fallbrook Woman’s Club celebrates winners

FALLBROOK – The Fallbrook Woman’s Club brought home awards from the California State Woman’s Club (CFWC) Convention held in Irvine, May 19 to 21. A first place award was won by Betty Gilby for her special memoir, “Why I Joined the Army,” which describes her entry into the United States Army in 1942 while she […]

Oceanside Senior Challenge Team wins again 

VISTA – The Oceanside team racked up a big win at the June 23 Senior Challenge Tournament. Oceanside had 90 wins to 64 wins by the Fallbrook team. Oceanside players took 13 of the top 16 places in the 44 player match. Sharon Fly was first with six wins with two of them being skunks. The next four […]

Rainbow Valley Blvd. and Fifth St. to receive all-way stop

Rainbow Valley Blvd. and Fifth St. to receive all-way stop

The intersection of Rainbow Valley Boulevard and Fifth Street will receive an all-way stop control. On June 22 the San Diego County Board of Supervisors voted 4-0, with Greg Cox absent, to approve the introduction and first reading of the ordinance to implement an all-way stop control at the intersection. The second reading and adoption […]

Quinn wins first and second in fair homebrew contest categories

Fallbrook zymurgist Roy Quinn entered four batches in the San Diego County Fair’s homebrew contest, and two of those won awards. Quinn took first place in the Other Fruit Melomel category in the Melomel (fruit mead) division. Quinn’s other batch of mead placed second in the Metheglin competition which was part of the Other Mead […]

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