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  • Cars and their owners make car show memorable

    Maggie Schmutz, Writer - Intern|Updated Jun 24, 2019

    The skies may have been cloudy Sunday morning as set up started for the 54th annual Fallbrook Vintage Car Show, but spirits were still high. Cars lined up early to get out on the green at Pala Mesa Resort. Spots were first come first serve, and the spaces near the front of the show seemed to be coveted. "I got here just before six. They were officially opening the field to cars at six o'clock. If you want to get a spot close to the front, you come early," said Pam Frisbie, who brought her 1965 Marlin to the show. Cars of all...

  • Six students commit to collegiate sports

    Updated Jun 7, 2019

    Kate Calhoun Writer/Intern Six student athletes from Fallbrook High School were recognized May 21 for signing letters of intent to participate in sports at the collegiate level. Keller Hagen will be joining the golf team at Westmont college in Santa Barbara, California. Harrison Brown will also be attending Westmont to play baseball. Darriale Yarbough will be participating in track and field for Cal State San Marcos in San Marcos. Miguel Diego Rojas will be playing football...

  • Two earthquakes off coast felt in L.A., Riverside and San Diego counties

    City News Service|Updated Jun 5, 2019

    SAN DIEGO - A pair of earthquakes that struck on the morning of Wednesday, June 5 in the Pacific Ocean, just south of San Clemente Island, were felt in parts of Los Angeles, Riverside and San Diego counties, the U.S. Geological Survey reported. A magnitude-4.3 temblor struck at 3:47 a.m. at a depth of 5.2 miles, its epicenter about 38 miles south-southwest of Avalon, according to a computer-generated USGS report. Reports on the USGS "Did You Feel It?'' map showed light shaking could be felt along the coast from Santa Monica...

  • Body of missing Escondido man found floating near Oceanside Pier

    City News Service|Updated Jun 4, 2019

    OCEANSIDE - A body found floating in the surf near Oceanside Pier has been identified as a young man who fell off the pier last month while taking a selfie, authorities said. Lifeguards spotted the body of 20-year-old Paul Ventura of Escondido drifting near the pier around 12:30 p.m. Monday, according to the San Diego County Medical Examiner's Office. Ventura went missing around 3:30 a.m. on May 25 when he fell from the pier railing while trying to take a selfie, according to Oceanside police. He was able to cling to a pylon...

  • Fallbrook remembers those who died for their country

    Updated Jun 4, 2019

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  • Willow Tree's spring festival entertains all

    Updated Jun 4, 2019

    Tiffany Pleysier Special to Village News The Willow Tree Enrichment Center held its annual Arts and Garden Festival, May 18. Bouquets of fresh flowers decorated tables and tissue paper flower garlands, made by the children and volunteers, adorned the pop-ups and entryway. The children performed throughout the day showcasing their hard work in choir, violin, band and drama. The songs, poems and dances that grades 2, 3, 4, 5 and 7 learned in their core classes filled the air as parents and guests clapped and, in some cases,...

  • Teens host car show for their senior project

    Updated Jun 4, 2019

    BONSALL – Bonsall High School Car Club hosted a car show Saturday, May 12, at Bonsall Community Center. Bonsall High School seniors Carter Arnold and Chris Kawahra choose to team up and host a car show for their senior project. The teens thanked their parents Bob Kawahra and Eryn Arnold, Jack Flaherity of Bonsall Chamber of Commerce and Carter Arnold’s mentor for their continued support, as well as the Vista Royal Court, the Celtic Court, many sponsors and their neighbor Mr. Ramsey who helped build some of the custom tro...