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Articles from the November 22, 2015 edition


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  • Nine arrested for Temecula assault, including one Fallbrook man

    Updated Nov 22, 2015

    On Thursday, November 19, after a lengthy investigation into a reported assault, members from the Riverside County Regional Gang Task Force and the Riverside County Probation and Compliance Team served six search warrants at different locations in the cities of Murrieta and Fallbrook. During the service of those search warrants, nine subjects were arrested for their alleged involvement in an assault that occurred in the city of Temecula. A tenth subject was arrested at one of...

  • Multiple award-winning Beach House Winery offers single varietals and complex blends

    Updated Nov 22, 2015

    FALLBROOK – Beach House Winery, located on the ridgeline of the "Sleeping Indian" in the southwest area of Fallbrook, is a multiple award-winning boutique winery known for both their varietals and complex blends. The winery, which offers incredible, panoramic views of Oceanside, Fallbrook, Bonsall, Camp Pendleton, and sunsets over the Pacific Ocean, was established in 2005 by George and Kim Murray. Today it is the only vineyard/winery in the coastal region of North San D...

  • Sheriff's Log

    Updated Nov 22, 2015

    Oct. 27 1600 block S. Mission Rd. Arrest: Possess narcotics; possess controlled substance paraphernalia; receive known stolen property 300 block Ivy Ln. Battery Oct. 31 1500 block Via Chaparral 5150/Mental disorder Nov. 4 2400 block S. Stage Coach Ln. Arrest (Juvenile): Minor possess marijuana on school grounds Nov. 5 4700 block Oak Crest Rd. Arrest: Felony warrant 300 block E. Alvarado St. Arrest: Felony warrant 900 block S. Main Ave. Arrest: Felony warrant Nov. 6 200 block Via De Amo Residential burglary Stewart Canyon @...

  • Denton wins children's fishing derby; Hanna second

    Updated Nov 22, 2015

    Fallbrook's Dacy Denton won first place in the Oceanside Harbor Days children's fishing derby Sept. 26. Places in the derby for children 13 and under are determined by the weight of the largest fish caught rather than by the number of fish caught. All of the fish caught Sept. 26 were kelp bass. Dacy, who turned 11 on Nov. 5, had a six-ounce catch. Dacy and Ashton Hanna, whose five-ounce fish gave him second place, are both in fifth grade at Bonsall Elementary School. Dacy's si...

  • Angel Society philanthropic giving totals $26,900 for Sept. and Oct.

    Updated Nov 22, 2015

    FALLBROOK – The Angel Society of Fallbrook recently donated $26,900 in philanthropic funds to several local nonprofits, school programs, and sports teams. The funds were approved by the group’s board of directors at meetings held in September and October. A total of $7,000 was awarded to the Fallbrook Senior Center’s home delivery meal program. The center serves an average of 55 home meals a day and 30 to 60 meals per day at the Fallbrook Community Center. An estimated 30 percent of the program’s costs are paid with county...

  • Variety of tours offered by Senior Center in 2016

    Updated Nov 22, 2015

    FALLBROOK – The Fallbrook Senior Center is offering the following tours: Lake Havasu Balloon Fiesta This trip begins with a visit on day one to the historic Barstow Route 66 rest stop. Travelers will check in at the Edgewater Hotel and Casino where the evening ends relaxing on a Colorado River cruise. Experience the Balloon Fiesta, the famous London Bridge, the Route 66 Museum, a gem show, a classic car collection, a tour of the Mojave Museum and much more. Five days and 4 nights taking place Jan. 15 through 19, 2016. New Orl...

  • Quilters share their works of art

    Updated Nov 22, 2015

  • 'Garden of Lights' is not to be missed at San Diego Botanic Garden

    Updated Nov 22, 2015

    ENCINITAS – After the sun goes down in December, the San Diego Botanic Garden in Encinitas is transformed into a dazzling winter wonderland! More than 125,000 sparkling lights illuminate the flora of this fantastic 37-acre urban oasis each evening from 5 to 9 p.m. for a magical holiday experience. The Garden of Lights, which runs Dec. 5 through 23 and Dec. 26 through 30, is the San Diego Botanic Garden’s annual gift to the residents of the county. Garden of Lights has eve...

  • Keep poinsettias looking great through the holidays

    Updated Nov 22, 2015

    FALLBROOK – Along with the fragrant evergreens and twinkling lights synonymous with the holiday season, poinsettias make up a key component of holiday decorating. Unlike holly and some of the other greenery that is commonly associated with the holidays, poinsettias do not naturally thrive in the colder temperatures. These plants originated in southern Mexico and were considered an exotic plant when first introduced to the United States by Joel Robert Poinsett, the first A...

  • One of the last White Rhinos dies in San Diego

    BIANCA BRUNO|Updated Nov 22, 2015

    Special to the Village News SAN DIEGO - One of the last remaining northern white rhinos died in San Diego today, San Diego Zoo Global announced. Nola, 41, underwent surgery on Nov. 13 to remove a large abscess deep in her pelvic region, according to zoo PR representative Andrew James. The surgery was successful in removing 90 percent of the infected material, but the rhino began to reject food and was lethargic in the days following the surgery. The animal care team provided...

  • Warriors two sets short of volleyball league championship share

    Updated Nov 22, 2015

    Fallbrook High School's girls volleyball team came within two sets of sharing the 2015 Valley League championship. The Warriors' final match of the league and regular season was at home November 6 against Ramona. The Ramona victory gave the Bulldogs the title outright while a Fallbrook win would have created a tri-championship with Fallbrook, Ramona, and Mission Vista sharing first place in the final standings. "We came up short," said Fallbrook coach Chip Patterson. Although...