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  • Fallbrook AAUW hosts 19th science and math camp

    Updated Oct 14, 2022

    FALLBROOK – The Fallbrook American Association of University Women has for the last 19 years provided science and math camps for young women entering eighth grade. The girls are selected from nominations made by seventh grade math and science teachers. This year’s outstanding event took place in July. The all-scholarship, residential camp held at UCSD is designed to foster math and science skills and to expose and inspire young female students to consider the excitement and ch...

  • Pala donates to hurricane relief

    Updated Sep 28, 2017

    PALA – Pala Casino Spa & Resort’s Getting Involved in Volunteer Events and Services program, together with the Pala Band of Mission Indians, donated $9,440 to the American Red Cross to aid in hurricane relief in Texas and Florida. Pala team members presented a check to the San Diego chapter of the American Red Cross. All funds will help in the recovery effort from the recent hurricanes. Pala team members from each department in the casino participated, and the Pala tribe add...

  • SonRise Christian Fellowship hosts Fallbrook movie shorts

    Updated Sep 28, 2017

    FALLBROOK – The SonRise Christian Fellowship will host the Fallbrook Family Film Festival Saturday, Oct. 14. The festival begins at 2 p.m. and will feature the viewing of eight short subject winners that are under six minutes each and were filmed in Fallbrook. The faux movie awards night is free to the public, although they will be accepting donations in support of the church’s mission efforts. To view one of the short entries, visit tinyurl.com/jerry1313 and watch “Mask,” by Jerry Maurer. SonRise Christian Fellows...

  • Free October entertainment at Pala includes tribute band Femme Halen

    Updated Sep 28, 2017

    PALA – Pala Casino Spa & Resort will continue its free events series in October featuring the 60+ Club at 1 p.m. on Tuesdays, the underground wine CAVE and Luis Rey’s on weekends, and tribute concerts at 8 p.m. on Saturdays in the Infinity Showroom. The free October entertainment schedule includes: Tribute Concerts, 8 p.m., Saturdays, Infinity Showroom - 7,Dog & Butterfly, a tribute to Heart, followed by Club Infinity with DJ Sinn - 14, Live From Earth, a tribute to Pat Benata...

  • Rainbow MWD approves design for Weese interconnect

    Updated Sep 28, 2017

    The Robert A. Weese Filtration Plant is owned by the City of Oceanside and operated by Oceanside's Water Utilities Department, but the facility is located off of Silverleaf Lane in the Gopher Canyon area and is within the boundaries of the Rainbow Municipal Water District. The Rainbow Municipal Water District will be commencing the staff portion of the design phase for a permanent connection to the Weese treatment plant. A 5-0 Rainbow board vote Aug. 22 authorized district staff to proceed with the design for an...

  • Bold colors add vitality to homes

    Updated Sep 28, 2017

    FALLBROOK – Whether it’s Independence Day, St. Patrick’s Day or the holiday season, the bold hues that are synonymous with these events add a splash of color to rooms that can use a little design lift. While some colors may be synonymous with certain times of year, homeowners can employ bold colors in their homes all year long. By embracing bold painting and decorating styles, homeowners can use fresh color palettes to make rooms more inviting and colorful. These popul...

  • Supervisors authorize radio facility on San Onofre Peak

    Updated Sep 28, 2017

    Motorola will be constructing a regional communications system facility on San Onofre Peak at Camp Pendleton. The San Diego County Board of Supervisors voted 5-0 Sept. 12 to authorize the director of the county’s Department of Purchasing and Contracting to exercise an option with Motorola Solutions to construct the radio facility. The $683,816 estimated cost of the contract will utilize general fund revenue. “We are continuing work to replace our regional communications system which includes critical infrastructure like this...

  • Rainbow Water authorizes grant application for brackish water desalination

    Updated Sep 28, 2017

    The Rainbow Municipal Water District will be seeking a grant from the state Department of Water Resources for a feasibility study on brackish groundwater desalination in the Bonsall Basin of the San Luis Rey River. The water district board voted 5-0, Aug. 22, to approve the application of a grant to DWR along with execution of any agreement if the grant is approved. The grant would offset the cost of the Bonsall Basin desalination feasibility study. “We think we’re in good shape to hopefully receive these funds,” Rainbow gene...

  • Warriors 4-1 in Firebird Classic volleyball tournament

    Updated Sep 28, 2017

    The Firebird Classic high school girls volleyball tournament took place Sept. 15-16, and the Fallbrook High School team posted a 4-1 record. The Warriors won all three of their pool play matches as well as the reseeding match before losing to Pacific Ridge in the semifinal. “The other games we were kind of all over them,” Fallbrook coach Chip Patterson said. “We sat back and let the game come to us.” The tournament did not have a third-place match, but there was an all-tournament team and the selections included Fallbro...

  • Sullivan runners win both girls races in cross-country opener

    Updated Sep 28, 2017

    Sullivan Middle School won two of the four team races at their first North County middle school cross country league meet held Sept. 13 at Dos Picos Park in Ramona while three Sullivan student-athletes finished first in their races. Sullivan’s sixth grade and seventh grade girls team took first place, as did Sullivan’s eighth-grade girls. Team points are derived by adding the positions of a school’s first five finishers, and the 6th and 7th place finishers are used for breaking ties. The eighth grade boys tied for first...

  • Warriors seek road victory at Hoover

    Updated Sep 28, 2017

    The Fallbrook High football team recorded its lone victory of the 2016 season when it handily defeated Hoover High 48-0 at Fallbrook Stadium. Friday (Sept. 29), the Warriors travel to San Diego in hopes of securing their first win of the 2017 campaign against the Cardinals. The injury-riddled Warriors were without seven starters in their most recent game, a 38-0 home loss to San Pasqual in a Valley League opener played Sept. 22. Fallbrook enters its non-league game against...

  • Warriors defeat defending water polo champions in consecutive games

    Updated Sep 28, 2017

    Fallbrook High School's boys water polo team defeated two defending CIF San Diego Section champions in consecutive games. The Warriors closed out the Sept. 7-9 Helix Tournament with a 17-4 victory over 2016 Division II champion Valley Center and then won an 11-10 non-league game Sept. 12 against defending Division I champion San Marcos. "We're doing pretty good," said Fallbrook coach Bill Richardson. Poway hosted Fallbrook in an Aug. 29 match which ended as a 20-6 Titans...

  • Temecula council to seek help to fix I-15 gridlock conditions

    Updated Sep 28, 2017

    Temecula officials concede that commuters passing through their city endure “unacceptable” gridlock conditions, and they are now seeking help from the state, area cities, the Pechanga tribe and an array of regional planning agencies. “It’s not all Temecula traffic. It’s a choke point,” Mayor Maryann Edwards said in a recent telephone interview. “We’ve been doing our part as best we can. But we can’t take care of the entire region.” It is a problem that impacts a vast area...