AB 32: Deterring computer crimes

AB 32: Deterring computer crimes

Assemblymember Marie Waldron AD-75 (R) High-profile computer crimes are increasing nationwide, as shown by recent hacking attacks on Target, Home Depot and other large retailers. Even the White House website has been hacked. Many celebrities have also been targeted, often with very public and embarrassing results. As with most crimes, a statute of limitations governs […]

Don’t miss “Love Letters”

“Love Letters,” an old, fondly-remembered play, is worth seeing and hearing again and again. Staged at the Fallbrook Woman’s Club clubhouse by Curtain Call Co., it is a wonderful tale with lots of good laughs. Don Foulkes and Orolie Gubser were perfect, reliving the parts 18 years later, of love’s beginning and then lost in […]

We enjoyed “Love Letters” 

We were fortunate to enjoy the Curtain Call Company’s “Love Letters” production recently. It was a fine, intimate and humorous production in a fine and intimate venue, the Fallbrook Woman’s Club, and I highly recommend taking the enjoyable cultural experience. Thank you to the producer/director, Ms. Fry, the cast members, and all others involved.   […]

“Love Letters” is riveting, passionate

Just a quick note to let residents know the production of “Love Letters” by the Curtain Call Co. was riveting, passionate, exciting, and kept us all on the edge of our seats. Don Foulkes and Orolee Gubser were perfect players for their parts! Fire trucks were roaring by outside, but the plot was so engrossing the […]

Canine unit helps lady in need

On Saturday morning, April 18, we watched a San Diego County Sheriff’s K-9 unit make sure a lady who was struggling to reach a bus waiting at a stop get there. When the deputy realized the lady’s situation, he stopped his car and alerted the bus with his lights. It was great! Fallbrook all the […]

California’s drought continues

Assemblymember Marie Waldron AD-75 (R) In early March, officials reported that the Sierra Nevada snowpack is far below normal and that 2015 is on track to join 1977 and 1991 as one of the driest years on recowrd. Currently, Lake Oroville, the State Water Project’s most important water source, is at about 70 percent of […]

Basketball is habit forming; can affect your health

What is it about basketball? Is it all about endlessly shooting baskets from all over the court? No, it is about playing against someone. Then it’s about playing on a team and competing against another team. Then it may be about really learning the game and appreciating the play of a team. Or the brilliance […]

Kiwanis praises Fallbrook community

The Kiwanis Club of Fallbrook would like to shout a big ‘thank you’ to the community and businesses for their generosity and support of the 6th annual ‘A Night to Shine’ gala fundraiser held at the Grand Tradition. Money raised from this event will go to support the Boys and Girls Club of North County, […]

High-speed rail troubles continue

Assemblymember Marie Waldron AD-75 (R) Recent news about California’s high-speed rail project is raising more questions. Construction on the initial 29-mile link between Fresno and Merced, now two years behind schedule, was rescheduled to begin this March, but has now been delayed several more months. These delays have resulted in huge costs for the contractor, […]

Ivy students collect change for charity

I am the librarian at Ivy High School, and during these last three weeks, I organized a fundraiser for the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society to raise money for their cause. Students were asked to contribute their pocket change on a daily basis. We encouraged them to look for change in their cars and couches. The […]

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