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Articles from the November 18, 2017 edition


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  • Art of the Holiday opens at the Fallbrook Art Center

    Updated Nov 18, 2017

    FALLBROOK – This popular annual show offers a wonderful array of affordably priced, unique hand-crafted artful items perfect for holiday gift giving. The jewelry, functional glassware, wearable art, accessories, functional and decorative wood and ceramics, greeting cards, glass mosaics, hand blown and fused glass, and a wide variety of glass, ceramic, wood, and mixed media ornaments were created by 50 regional artisans (11 new to the show this year). Also, showing In The S...

  • Sheriff's Log, November 16, 2017

    Updated Nov 18, 2017

    Address Date Description 2300 block Via Del Aguacate, Fallbrook, CA 92028 November 3 Arrest: Felony, spousal/cohabitant abuse with minor injury 5000 block Fifth St., Fallbrook, CA 92028 November 5 Missing juvenile/runaway 1000 block S. Mission Rd., Fallbrook, CA 92028 November 5 5150/Mental disorder 900 block Alturas Rd., Fallbrook, CA 92028 November 5 5150/Mental disorder 800 block S. Main Ave., Fallbrook, CA 92028 November 5 Arrest: Drunk in public 2300 block Via Monserate, Fallbrook, CA 92028 November 5 Commercial...

  • With development impending, aircraft club seeks new space to fly

    Updated Nov 18, 2017

    Model aircraft enthusiasts have gone to an 85-acre plot of land off state Route 76 in Fallbrook nearly every weekday and every weekend for about 20 years to fly, but that tradition may soon change as development blossoms in that part of the village. “You stand out there on the flight line, and you just know we’re going to be standing in the middle of a car wash, a McDonalds and a department store at some point,” Steve Gebler, next year’s president for the Palomar Radio C...

  • Block Party raises funds for Jeremiah's Ranch

    Updated Nov 18, 2017

    FALLBROOK – Z Cafe hosted the Jeremiah’s Ranch Village Block Party Nov. 4. The fundraising event included live music, local talent, silent auctions, a buffet lunch, beer and wine garden plus more family fun. A 2018 Calendar produced by the students of the College was also available for sale. Funds raised are going toward the building of the first home for the ranch. Jeremiah’s Ranch is a community for those with a developmental disability and their families. Their futur...

  • Fallbrook High grad honored for brave action during Vegas shooting

    Updated Nov 18, 2017

    FALLBROOK – Brett Mattson, a class of 2000 graduate of Fallbrook High School and a firefighter-paramedic with the Chino Valley Fire District, was honored Nov. 8 for the brave action he took during the mass shooting at the Route 91 Harvest Festival in Las Vegas the night of Oct. 1. Mattson, along with fellow firefighter-paramedic Jeff Heringer, searched for injured people and assisted many to safety while a gunman inside a 32nd floor hotel room fired round after round at a c...

  • FUHSD searching for new principal after resignation of Boone

    Updated Nov 18, 2017

    The Fallbrook Union High School District is searching for a new principal for Fallbrook High after Larry Boone, who had held the position since July 2015, submitted his resignation Nov. 8. Sharon Koehler, president of the FUHSD board, said Boone's last day on the Fallbrook High campus was Nov. 7. "Larry Boone resigned as principal of Fallbrook Union High School on Nov. 8 citing urgent personal matters," said Koehler. "We thank him for his two-plus years of service to our students and district." Koehler said the district...

  • Ortega, Flanagan, Nordeen, Costa, Johnson and Olson selected to superintendent’s advisory committee

    Updated Nov 18, 2017

    The Bonsall Unified School District board meeting, Nov. 9, saw the selection of Eric Ortega, Tom Flanagan, Eric Nordeen, Kassandra Costa, Jeff Johnson and Brian Olson to the superintendent’s advisory committee which will identify and analyze sites for a new high school campus. The BUSD board voted 4-0, with Dick Olson not present, to approve the selection of the six committee members along with alternates for four of the areas and four additional committee members from the school district and the Bonsall Community Sponsor G...

  • Rainbow Water District allows meter size reductions

    Updated Nov 18, 2017

    The update of the Rainbow Water District capacity charges included allowing for smaller meters. The Rainbow board voted 4-0, with Hayden Hamilton absent, July 27, to approve the revisions in the district’s capacity fee ordinance which also changes the wastewater capacity fee variable for single-family homes from number of bedrooms to square footage of the house. Capacity fees are one-time charges to developers who purchase system capacity for water and sewer services. ...

  • First responders shown appreciation with lunch

    Updated Nov 18, 2017

  • Fallbrook High students 'meet and greet' non-profits at Community Service Fair

    Updated Nov 18, 2017

    FALLBROOK – Fallbrook Union High School students wanting to learn more about available community service opportunities received an up close and personal look during the Nov. 7 Community Service Fair held on campus. Ten local non-profit organizations were on hand to “meet and greet” students and share their unique community service opportunities. Community service projects included areas of community, health, literacy, animals, environmental, cultural and sports. Event organ...

  • Sullivan Middle School girls win cross country league titles

    Updated Nov 18, 2017

    Both of Sullivan Middle School’s girls cross country teams took first place at the North County Middle School Cross Country League championship meet, Oct. 25, at Kit Carson Park in Escondido. Team points are derived by adding the positions of a school’s first five finishers; a school’s sixth and seventh runners are not scored, but their position can add points to another team’s total. The Sullivan eighth-grade girls won their race with 38 points while the sixth-grade and sev...