Two new art exhibits open April 30 in Fallbrook Library

Two new art exhibits open April 30 in Fallbrook Library

FALLBROOK – The Friends of the Fallbrook Library will host two new art exhibits, “CUBA!” and Peter Mitten’s “Cloud Polyhedrons” featuring paintings, photographs and sculpture from April 30 to June 23. A reception honoring the artists will be held on Friday, May 12 from 6 to 8 p.m. On the Reading Patio, Peter Mitten “Cloud  […]

Re: Preserving California’s diverse higher education opportunities [Letter, Village News, 8/4/16]

Contrary to the opinion expressed in the subject article, SB 1146 will have a beneficial effect on diversity in California’s higher education facilities. The primary purpose of SB 1146 is to clarify this point: no college/university in California receiving government funding may use exclusion from Title IX to exclude themselves from the anti-discrimination provisions of […]

Five reasons to breastfeed babies

José A. Álvarez County of San Diego Communications Office SAN DIEGO – Gwen Stefani did it. Eva Mendes breastfed too. Breastfeeding is not just for celebrities. All moms should breastfeed their babies until at least six months of age. “Breastfeeding provides many health benefits to mothers and their babies,” said Dean Sidelinger, M.D., child health […]

FPUD ratifies four-party MOU to optimize outfall pipelines

Fallbrook Public Utility District (FPUD) has agreed to a four-agency Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) to optimize water resources and infrastructure between FPUD, Camp Pendleton, the City of Oceanside, and the Rancho California Water District (RCWD) in Riverside County. A 5-0 FPUD board vote Aug. 24 ratified the agreement which focuses on the city of Oceanside’s […]

Supervisors delay decision on new policy to reduce liability claims

RIVERSIDE – To give absent members an opportunity to address the issue, the Board of Supervisors today postponed voting on new guidelines intended to reduce Riverside County’s exposure to litigation and, therefore, save it some money. Supervisor Kevin Jeffries placed an item on the board’s policy agenda titled ”Administrative Protocol for Reducing Claims and Lawsuits […]

Galaxy of Glass show on display at Fallbrook Art Center through October 19 – Art featured is captivating, colorful, and expressive

Galaxy of Glass show on display at Fallbrook Art Center through October 19 – Art featured is captivating, colorful, and expressive

“Our training teaches someone to make each piece different from the one before, a richer experience, a stronger form – not to be tied to a tradition, but to look at the tradition and understand it, to move somewhere else, if you want to.” –Harvey Littleton (1922-2013), founder of the American Studio Glass Movement* Merrill […]

RWQCB renews FPUD’s treatment plant permit

The San Diego Regional Water Quality Control Board (RWQCB) renewed the Fallbrook Public Utility District’s waste discharge permit for FPUD’s wastewater treatment plant. The RWQCB’s Aug. 8 actions also approved a tentative order establishing a time schedule for FPUD to comply with the total residual chlorine effluent limitations included in the waste discharge permit order. […]

Welcome to the Village News’ new interactive Faith section

Beginning with this issue, each week the Village News will feature a different Bible passage (or other thought-provoking message relating to Faith) so that readers can share their insight and/or opinion with each other. This new, interactive section allows those of various denominations and faiths to participate equally and respectfully, sharing their individual thoughts, commentary, […]

Journalism teacher claims school newspaper unjustly censored

David Evans, journalism teacher and adviser of Fallbrook High School’s student newspaper, the Tomahawk, claims his students were censored by the school’s principal, Rod King, on two occasions during the 2007-2008 school year. Evans also claims he has been removed from his position as adviser for the newspaper, and that the journalism class has been […]

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