Heroes Walk for Life set for October

Heroes Walk for Life set for October

FALLBROOK – On Oct. 3, Fallbrook Pregnancy Resource Center (FPRC) will host Heroes Walk for Life; a two-mile pledge walk at Live Oak County Park in support of the moms, dads, and children in their programs. Their goal this year is 50 volunteers to assist with the walk and 200 participants walking and raising $48,000 […]

Head-on collision on South Mission at Via Monserate blocks roadway

Head-on collision on South Mission at Via Monserate blocks roadway

Early reports indicate that a collision on South Mission Road near Via Monserate is blocking the roadway. The crash was called in to authorities just before 5 p.m. today, Thurs., July 30. It appears to have involved three vehicles – a Ford Explorer, Nissan Maxima, and Toyota Tundra pickup. The Ford Explorer rolled following the […]

County water conservation report reveals FPUD and RMWD customers did not meet state-mandated cutbacks

SAN DIEGO – San Diegans generally saved large amounts of water last month, but six local districts missed their state-mandated targets, according to data released today by the State Water Resources Control Board. Tops among the region’s water savers were the oft-criticized customers in the Santa Fe Irrigation District, who cut back by 37 percent […]

Boone new principal at Fallbrook High

Boone new principal at Fallbrook High

Students at Fallbrook Union High School (FUHS) will have the opportunity to meet their new principal at the beginning of the school year. Larry Boone, formerly of Lompoc Valley Middle School, was hired by the Fallbrook Union High School District board of trustees to take the helm at Fallbrook High. Superintendent Dr. Hugo Pedroza stated […]

Fallbrook FFA takes a first-place at fair

Fallbrook High School’s Future Farmers of America (FFA) chapter has a nursery landscape team which earned a first-place ribbon at this year’s San Diego County Fair for the group’s landscape display. “The kids were very happy about that. It’s just nice to see that their hard work was rewarded and that they did well,” said […]

Identity of MALDEF lawsuit plaintiffs leads to discussion

The revelation that two of the five plaintiffs in the suit alleging that the Fallbrook Public Utility District violates the California Voting Rights Act have names matching those of Rainbow Municipal Water District employees has led to the discovery that neither FPUD nor Rainbow prohibit employees from engaging in appropriate off-hours political activities. It has […]

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