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  • Pat Halibozek

    Updated Sep 30, 2016

    Pat Halibozek has gone to be with Lord. She was a luminous person from the day she was born in Chicago on February 15, 1937 until the day she died on August 27, 2016. She met her husband Bob Halibozek during her sophomore year of high school. The two wed in 1958 and were married for 58 years. Pat attended Northern Illinois University to become a teacher. She was an excellent teacher for 30 years and a lifetime member of the PTA. Bob and Pat moved to Orange County in 1965 with...

  • Blanche G. Cantrell

    Updated Sep 30, 2016

    Blanche G. Cantrell died mid-afternoon on August 21 at Temecula Valley Hospital of a severe heart attack suffered early that morning. Blanche was born the second of five children to John J. and Margaret (Dulong) Griffin in 1920 in Reading, Mass. After graduating high school, Blanche met her future husband Dennis while he was participating in the Marine Corps rifle and pistol matches, preparatory to the national matches at Camp Perry, Ohio. Not wanting to give her real name to a stranger when they first met, Blanche told him...

  • Fallbrook Healthcare District receives award

    Updated Sep 30, 2016

    FALLBROOK – The Fallbrook Healthcare District (FHD) received the President’s Special Acknowledgement Award from the Special District Risk Management Authority (SDRMA) to formally acknowledge the dedicated efforts of FHD's governing body, management and staff towards proactive risk management and loss prevention training. The Award is to recognize members with no “paid” claims during the prior five consecutive program years in SDRMA’s Property/Liability Program. It is through the efforts of members such as FHD that SDRMA has...

  • Old Town Temecula Community Theater to feature tribute bands

    Updated Sep 30, 2016

    TEMECULA – The Old Town Temecula Community Theater will host tribute bands celebrating Neil Diamond, Barbra Streisand, and the Beatles during the month of October. David J. Sherry will present "Diamond is Forever! – The Neil Diamond Experience" on Sunday, Oct. 16 at 7 p.m.; Rebecca Clark will perform "Hello Gorgeous! – A Live Tribute To Barbra Streisand" on Thursday, Oct. 27 at 8 p.m.; and "In My Life – A Musical Tribute To The Beatles" will entertain fans on Sunday, Oct. 30...

  • The seasons are changing – so should your outdoor watering

    Updated Sep 30, 2016

    SAN DIEGO – The Metropolitan Water District of Southern California is reminding consumers that the change of season means it’s time to cut back on outdoor watering. “Cooler temperatures are ahead and it’s time for us to cut back our water use for the season," said Metropolitan general manager Jeffrey Kightlinger. "In the cooler months, lawns and gardens need less water. This is always an important change, but as we enter our sixth year of drought, it is vital. Every drop saved is valuable.” Though Southern Californi...

  • Breast cancer research seeks to tie imaging with predictions

    Updated Sep 30, 2016

    University of Chicago professor of radiology and medical physics Maryellen Giger was one of the plenary speakers at the SPIE optical science annual conference Aug. 28 through Sept. 1 at the San Diego Convention Center, and her Aug. 30 talk "CAD and Radiomics in Breast Cancer Imaging" addressed the search for relationships between mammographic imaging results and predictive risks. Radiomics is the high-throughput conversion of images to measurable data. "We want to use all the information to develop new predictive methods,"...

  • Michelle’s Place facilitates free mammograms for Breast Cancer Awareness Month

    Updated Sep 30, 2016

    TEMECULA – In recognition of breast cancer awareness month, (October), Michelle’s Place will be facilitating free screening mammograms to those who qualify for assistance. Early detection provides a significant increase in surviving breast cancer. Doing monthly self-breast exams, knowing one's risks and having an annual screening mammogram beginning at the age of 40 years old all lead to better breast health and early detection. Michelle’s Place, in conjunction with support from The Breast Care Center of Temecula Valle...

  • Pop Warner Pee Wees play team from Mexico

    Updated Sep 30, 2016

    FALLBROOK – On Sept. 15, the Fallbrook Pop Warner Jr. Pee Wee Warriors took the field for an international competition against the Perros Negros of Mexico City. The Independence Bowl was played in celebration of Mexico’s Independence Day, and Fallbrook Pop Warner was honored to host their neighbors to the south, said Pop Warner president Eric Benitez. Daniel Ruiz, the Perros Negros League representative, said how happy he was to play a team with so many close ties to Mex...