Fallbrook High Basketball camp – a legacy for success

Fallbrook High Basketball camp – a legacy for success

Hailey Tucker Staff Writer/Intern From June 22 through 25, youth basketball players had an opportunity to get in the gym and work with members of the Fallbrook High School team to develop their skills and improve their game. The basketball program has run the summer camp program for years for the purpose of growing the game […]

Supervisors accept Automated Vehicle Locator donation

The $276,000 the San Diego Regional Fire Foundation donated to the county to purchase Automated Vehicle Locator equipment on firefighting apparatus exceeded the donation amount the county could accept without Board of Supervisors approval, but the only delay in the supervisors’ acceptance was praise for the donation and the global positioning system equipment prior to […]

Fallbrook Newcomers Club closes year with special activities

Fallbrook Newcomers Club closes year with special activities

FALLBROOK – The Fallbrook Newcomers Club brought their 2014-2015 year to a close with several special events. The annual Spring Gathering, this year themed ‘Taco ‘Bout a Party,’ was held at the home of Linda and Derek Lovett on May 30. Over 60 people attended and were delighted to learn that their host, Derek, is […]

Pala stays on the cutting edge by opening CAVE, its newest, exceptional experience for guests

Pala stays on the cutting edge by opening CAVE, its newest, exceptional experience for guests

The Pala Tribe continues to be the top innovator in bringing its guests a remarkable casino dining and entertainment experience. It’s newest additions? The CAVE (restaurant, lounge, and underground wine cellar), Luis Rey’s, and a new stage for the Starlight Theater. Robert Smith, tribal chairman, explained Pala’s commitment. “We are in a competitive market. We […]

Tree care accidents: When are homeowners liable?

Tree care accidents: When are homeowners liable?

FALLBROOK – Are homeowners responsible for tree care-related accidents on their property? Unfortunately, the answer isn’t simple. It depends on several factors, including state law, the circumstances of the accident, and the type of insurance coverage the homeowner and contractor each possess. “Liability is a complicated issue, but even so, there are several steps all homeowners can take to […]

Sheriff’s deputies arrest five in probation check; find woman had given birth to newborn in flophouse

Sheriff’s deputies arrest five in probation check; find woman had given birth to newborn in flophouse

  FALLBROOK – When Sheriff’s officers with the Fallbrook substation conducted probation compliance checks on Sat., May 23, they ended up arresting five individuals and finding a woman who had just given birth to a baby girl, without medical assistance, in a drug flophouse. San Diego County Sheriff’s Fallbrook substation Crime Suppression Team, detectives, and […]

AB 68 ensures access to epilepsy treatment

AB 68 ensures access to epilepsy treatment

By Assemblymember Marie Waldron AD-75 (R) Throughout history, epilepsy was known as a mysterious and untreatable medical condition. Fortunately, modern drugs can effectively manage the disease so that people who suffer from epilepsy often lead relatively symptom-free lives. Failure to adequately treat epilepsy can lead to serious complications, injuries, hospitalization, and excessive medical costs, often […]

Safety guidelines for new parents

NORTH COUNTY – Welcoming a new child into a family dynamic requires certain adjustments on the part of family members. New parents have come to expect shortened sleep schedules as they handle early-morning feedings and babies who haven’t quite adjusted to their parents’ sleep/wake schedules. Parents soon learn another aspect of childcare that fills their […]

The first steps toward financing a new vehicle

NORTH COUNTY – When purchasing a new car, many buyers decide to finance rather than buying the car outright. Financing allows drivers the opportunity to drive a new car after making an initial down payment and then making monthly payments until the loan has been paid in full. Without the option to finance, many drivers […]

Senators Joel Anderson and Patricia Bates urge state water board to account for San Diego County’s drought actions

Senators Joel Anderson and Patricia Bates urge state water board to account for San Diego County’s drought actions

SACRAMENTO – In advance of the State Water Resources Control Board’s (SWRCB) meeting on May 5 to enact drought-related emergency regulations, Senator Patricia Bates (R-Laguna Niguel) and Senator Joel Anderson (R-Alpine) sent a letter to Felicia Marcus, SWRCB’s Chair, to urge her to modify the proposed regulations to account for existing investments in drought-proof water supplies. […]

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