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Articles from the June 28, 2012 edition


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  • New Stake President of Latter-day Saints Church is Fallbrook resident

    Updated Jun 28, 2012

    VISTA - On Sunday, May 20, a special Vista California Stake Conference was held in the Vista Stake building of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, and broadcast to the Fallbrook building. Under the direction of Elder Patrick Kearon, a member of the Seventy and Elder W. Mark Bassett, an area Seventy, a new stake presidency was called to the Vista California Stake. Mark H. Ballif, of Fallbrook, was called to be President; C. Tum Vongsawad, 1st Counselor; and Samuel...

  • Free talk on spiritual healing June 30

    Updated Jun 28, 2012

    FALLBROOK - Rob Gilbert, a practitioner and teacher of Christian Science, will give a free talk at the Fallbrook Library in the community room on Sat., June 30, at 10 a.m. The title of the talk is “God and Health.” “Popular notions about God carry a lot of negative baggage. For instance, some feel we live in a universe poisoned with sin and condemned by an angry God,” said an organizer. “Views like this inspire little hope of divine healing and keep spirituality out of the healthcare discussion. The intent of this lecture i...

  • Christ The King announces new associate pastor

    Updated Jun 28, 2012

    FALLBROOK – On July 1, Christ The King Lutheran Church will welcome new Associate Pastor Kenneth Davis. Davis, an experienced, LCMC-certified Lutheran pastor, has a comprehensive and varied background. Davis earned his Masters of Divinity degree at Yale Theological Seminary, and has served the Lord in both senior and associate pastoral roles. He is a gifted preacher and teacher, with zeal for the Lord, sound theology, a strong Biblical foundation, a heart for local and...

  • Fusion: fabulously fresh, worldly dining experience

    Updated Jun 28, 2012

    A fabulously innovative restaurant has opened in Bonsall, and it’s not going to remain a best-kept secret for long. Last week, I discovered Fusion, a modern eatery with a distinctively sleek global feel located in River Village. I absolutely can’t wait to go back. The food, primarily prepared and served tapas (small plates) style, is organized in five segments representing choices in international dining on the menu: Spain, Japan, Hawaii, Mexico and Fusion. “When we devel...

  • Sheriff's Log June 28, 2012

    Updated Jun 28, 2012

    6/2 4400 Fallbrae Rd. Simple battery 6/13 1100 S. Mission Rd. Arrest: drunk in public 6/16 100 Barhaven Ln. Arrest: possess controlled substance 6/17 N. Old Hwy 395 Arrest: spousal/cohabitant abuse w/minor injury 6/18 3000 S. Mission Rd. Arrest: drunk in public 600 E. Elder St. Battery on person 600 N. Main Ave. Missing juvenile/runaway 800 S. Main Ave. Arrest: receive known stolen property 600 S. Main Ave. Arrest: simple battery 1400 S. Mission Rd. Arrest: possess controlled substance 2000 Tecalote Dr. Petty theft 1800 Santa...

  • How to survive buying your first home

    Updated Jun 28, 2012

    The lowest home prices in years are driving many people to purchase their first home. Few things are simultaneously as exciting and nerve wracking as becoming a homeowner. Preparation can make sure individuals are covering all of the bases. First time home buyers easily can be overwhelmed by the process of buying a home. In addition to the legal hurdles associated with purchasing a home, the stress of committing such a substantial amount of money can lead to some sleepless nig...

  • Diller graduates from Boston University

    Updated Jun 28, 2012

    BOSTON, MASS. – Boston University awarded academic degrees to 6,098 students in May 2012. Among the graduates was Gabriela F. Diller of Bonsall, who received a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology. Boston University is the fourth largest independent university in the United States, with an enrollment of more than 29,000 students in its 17 schools and colleges....

  • Pettersen receives degree from SMU

    Updated Jun 28, 2012

    DALLAS, TX – Jordyn Pettersen, a resident of Fallbrook, received a Bachelor of Science in applied physiology and sport management during the May 2012 Southern Methodist University (SMU) commencement ceremony. After the university-wide commencement, SMU’s schools and departments held individual receptions throughout the day to honor graduates. SMU is a nationally ranked private university in Dallas founded 100 years ago. Today, SMU enrolls nearly 11,000 students who benefit from the academic opportunities and i...

  • Science camps offered at Fallbrook Community Center

    Updated Jun 28, 2012

    FALLBROOK – Two exciting Wonders! Science Camps are being offered this summer at Fallbrook Community Center. Wonders! NASA Space Camp is an unforgettable exploration of the NASA Space Program that includes building and launching a double stage rocket, flying remote controlled flying saucers, making planet rock boards, building model space probes, analyzing space missions, firing air rockets, doing space suit experiments and more. Camp meets Monday through Thursday, July 9 to 12, 1:30 to 4:30 p.m. In Wonders! Science 50...

  • Bonsall students perform 'Vacation on Mars'

    Updated Jun 28, 2012

    BONSALL – Third grade students in Miss Tresidder’s and Mrs. Stillman’s classes at Bonsall Elementary School performed a science-based play about the solar system called ‘Vacation on Mars’ on June 13, just two days before the last day of school. The performances received standing ovations from the many audience members that attended. ‘Vacation on Mars’ is a musical/opera designed especially for third graders. It tied in directly to the third grade science unit about...

  • Running for fun and fitness

    Updated Jun 28, 2012

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  • President's List announced for MiraCosta students

    Updated Jun 28, 2012

    OCEANSIDE - MiraCosta College has released the names of those students whose academic successes earned them a place on the President’s List for spring semester 2012. To be eligible for the list, students must complete a minimum of 12 total units within a given semester and earn a grade point average of at least 3.5 in the courses taken within this single semester. Bonsall residents on the President’s List include Brian Carl Ek and Amelia R. Graham; those from Fallbrook include Orianna R. Akre, Donald L. Conabear, Dylan G....

  • Installation of new fountain begins in Village Square

    Updated Jun 28, 2012

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  • Brownies donate to animal sanctuary

    Updated Jun 28, 2012

    FALLBROOK – Volunteers with the Fallbrook Animal Sanctuary were thrilled when Brownie Girl Scout Troop 4800 came for a visit to see how the sanctuary operates. The troop is comprised of third grade girls from Frazier, La Paloma and Live Oak schools and most have been together for three years. Each year the Brownies choose a community service project. After their yearly Girl Scout cookie sales, they determine what they would like to do in the community to make a...

  • Encore Club holds party at Hidden Hills Equestrian Ranch

    Updated Jun 28, 2012

    FALLBROOK - The Fallbrook Encore Club’s end-of-year party was held June 15 at Hidden Hills Equestrian Ranch in Bonsall. Members and guests enjoyed viewing magnificent American Saddlebred horses in action and up close. “This was a very special treat for everyone and the ranch put on quite a show,” said organizers. The theme for this year’s party was “Hard Times.” Guests dressed in their shabbiest clothes and prizes were awarded for some of the best and most hilarious....

  • County following up on community signs

    Updated Jun 28, 2012

    On March 28 the San Diego County Board of Supervisors approved updates to the county’s Zoning Ordinance including provisions to allow for community identification signs over roads. On June 20 the county supervisors began a follow-up process which will authorize the placement of various community-related signs on county right-of-way. The supervisors 5-0 vote June 20 directed the county’s Chief Administrative Officer to develop proposed amendments to board policies and ordinances necessary to authorize the placement of mon...

  • Donations of used pairs of shoes can help lacrosse players

    Updated Jun 28, 2012

    FALLBROOK - Five current Fallbrook High School lacrosse players have just been selected to play this summer with the Starz 395 Elite Black lacrosse team which will be traveling to Sonoma State University July 20 through 23 for the Sonoma State Lacrosse Shoot Out. The players will have a great opportunity to not only showcase their lacrosse skills in front of top notch college recruits from around the country, but will also be representatives of Fallbrook High School’s l...

  • FUHS librarian more than a book guardian for 32 years - Lorena Harris: known for introducing students to their roots

    Updated Jun 28, 2012

    After 32 years of service, Lorena Harris has turned the page on her career as Fallbrook Union High School’s librarian. Harris has seen the school and the students that attend it evolve over the years, but her love and dedication to each student has never wavered. Now that she has finished her final year, she stopped to reflect on the unique experience her position granted her. “Thirty-two years sounds like a long time, but I like to put it into perspective,” she said. “My c...

  • Fallbrook student receives Emmy

    Updated Jun 28, 2012

    LA COSTA - Tyler May, a lifetime resident of Fallbrook and 2008 Fallbrook High School graduate, received an Emmy award June 17 at the 38th annual N.A.T.A.S. Pacific Southwest Emmy Awards held at the La Costa Resort & Spa. May, a broadcast journalism student at Palomar College in the 2011-2012 school year, received an Emmy for Outstanding Student Achievement News for his solo video piece, “Skateboard Park.” Two other Palomar College students, Serena Reid and Nicole And...

  • Unique, new event debuts Aug. 19

    Updated Jun 28, 2012

    A unique, free family event is being planned for Sunday, August 19 that should be of interest to all local residents interested in learning more about their village’s history. ‘The History of the Automobile in Fallbrook’ will be presented at an afternoon event from 2 to 4 p.m. that will include a small car show, big-screen narrated slide show, historical museum tours, presentations, and a complimentary homemade apple pie and ice cream social for all. The event, a collaborative...

  • Effort begins for Scarecrow Harvest Days

    Updated Jun 28, 2012

    An enthusiastic and diverse group of volunteers have rallied to present Scarecrow Harvest Days in Fallbrook for the month of October. The idea, presented by well-known community volunteer Jackie Heyneman, is designed to draw attention to Fallbrook with its interesting events throughout the month and as a result, support the local business economy. “There is no sponsoring organization behind this,” said Heyneman, who is welcoming any and all individuals, organizations, and bus...

  • County wants right to comment on tribal fee-to-trust applications

    Updated Jun 28, 2012

    The San Diego County Board of Supervisors took a position supporting the right of public agencies to make comments or take positions on proposals to add off-reservation land to tribal trust territory. The 5-0 vote June 19 directs the county’s chief administrative officer to add a policy statement in the county’s legislative program opposing legislation which would limit or restrict the ability of federal, state, and local government agencies or departments to comment or take a position on any tribal fee-to-trust app...

  • FPUD increases rates - Brady expands on viability of FPUD, RMWD consolidation

    Updated Jun 28, 2012

    The Fallbrook Public Utility (FPUD) board of directors approved a fee increase for the next fiscal year, which will begin on July 1. According to general manager Brian Brady, the average customer will spend another $8.43 a month, which amounts to approximately 28 cents a day. “That is an increase of approximately 8.1 percent in their monthly bill,” he said. “The majority of the increase is just for the cost of water.” The cost of treated water that FPUD purchases from the San Diego Water Authority is increasing, said Brady,...

  • Great American Cookout fundraiser July 14

    Updated Jun 28, 2012

    FALLBROOK – VFW Post 1924 will be the site for the Great American Cookout fundraiser on Sat., July 14 to benefit the Fallbrook Animal Sanctuary. The event starts at 6 p.m. Tickets are $15/adults, $10/child under 10. For the past two years, this event has been a sell out! Fun includes music, dancing, drawings and a silent auction. For more information, call the animal sanctuary at (760) 685-3533 or visit 230 W. Aviation Rd. The VFW is located at 1175 Old Stage...

  • Junior tennis tournament set for July

    Updated Jun 28, 2012

    FALLBROOK – The 27th annual Fallbrook Open Junior Tennis Tournament will be held July 9 to 13 at the Fallbrook Tennis Club. This tournament is sanctioned by the United States Tennis Association and the Southern California Tennis Association. Boys and girls, singles, doubles, and mixed will compete in age divisions 10 to 18. A consolation round will be available for first match losers. For more information, call the Fallbrook Tennis Club at (760) 728-1100....

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