Williams named Warriors’ new head football coach

Williams named Warriors’ new head football coach

Kyle Williams, who had been an assistant coach for Fallbrook High School’s varsity football team, was named as the Warriors’ head coach. The announcement of Williams’ selection was made Nov. 30. “I’m grateful for the opportunity and I’m very excited about the opportunity and I’m also grateful for the faith the administration has put in […]

Mid-year budget adjustments made at DPW

The mid-year budget adjustments approved May 8 by the San Diego County Board of Supervisors included appropriating $121,071 for survey equipment for the county’s Department of Public Works (DPW) and $490,707 to develop watershed load reduction plans to reduce bacteria in watersheds of the county’s responsibility. The county supervisors’ 5-0 vote also transferred the $1,166.55 […]

Henderson offers new treatment ‘Reversing Diabetes’ – Free initial consultations offered in April to diabetics looking for positive results

Henderson offers new treatment ‘Reversing Diabetes’ – Free initial consultations offered in April to diabetics looking for positive results

BONSALL – “Dr. Greg” Henderson, a well-known chiropractic-naturopathic physician in the greater Fallbrook area for 31 years has not only moved to a new location in Bonsall’s River Village, but he has added a new treatment modality to his practice: Reversing Diabetes. “Dr. Greg” has been recognized as top in his field and has health […]

Welk Resorts opens newly renovated Galleria Shopping complex

ESCONDIDO — Welk Resorts has announced the opening of their new Galleria Shopping complex. The Galleria has undergone a major renovation, giving patrons a bigger, lighter and roomier feel to the store and a fresh new cosmopolitan atmosphere. The Galleria, a 3,200-square-foot building, features an extensive collection of women’s fashions, jewelry and a variety of […]

New library serves military families

Born out of a desire to help her fellow Marine wives through difficult times, Fallbrook resident Kristin Barbato recently opened a Bible study resource library that she calls the “Red Cord Resource Library of Camp Pendleton.” Why the name “Red Cord?” Kristin and friends were inspired by a sermon they heard in which a red […]

County funds County Counsel legal expenses to explore stadium issues

Although it is unlikely that the County of San Diego will be funding a new stadium for the San Diego Chargers, county staff and the San Diego County Board of Supervisors will likely be responding to inquiries about the county’s participation. On April 7, the Board of Supervisors voted 5-0 to appropriate $250,000 from the county’s general […]

Murrieta Mayor Alan Long hopes the community will keep things constructive

Murrieta Mayor Alan Long hopes the community will keep things constructive

Videos by Paul Syrbu and JP Raineri [youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yF96OTdLw_s[/youtube] [youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1a-dtGR0xfw[/youtube] [youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SGpRy8CHOBc[/youtube] Murrieta Mayor Alan Long stood in solidarity with other city and local officials at a press conference Monday addressing the arrival and their disapproval of undocumented immigrants beginning Tuesday. Through the month of June the city and local Border Patrol were told the detainees from […]

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