Is there enough room on 50 acres for the Arroyo Toad and a high school?

Julie Reeder Publisher There has been constant controversy over the new Bonsall High School lately, before and after the election, and while it’s inconvenient, I believe it’s healthy for the community. There are obvious issues and concerns for neighbors as it relates to traffic, noise, space, etc. It’s too bad that it has to cost […]

Hooking kids on fishing

Assemblymember Marie Waldron AD-75 (R) My new Assembly Bill 478 will raise the age requirement for the purchase of fishing licenses by two years. By raising the age from 16 to 18 years, we will expose larger numbers of California’s youth to nature, expand their life experiences and perhaps, their futures. This is especially important […]

A ‘Thank You’ to angels and heroes

I would like to thank everyone that rallied up as one to search for and recover Roland Phillips and Phillip Campbell, the two that died when their car was swept off of a flooded roadway in Rainbow during the flash floods last month. I am the widow of Roland and legal guardian of Phillip, the […]

PTSA says thank you

The Maie Ellis Elementary PTSA Art Program would like to thank the Fallbrook Art Center and Mary Perhacs for giving our students the opportunity to experience world class art right here in Fallbrook. Ms. Perhacs made special arrangements to accommodate 24 of our classes during the 8th Annual Signature American Watermedia Exhibition (currently open) so […]

Supporting the Life Sciences

Assemblymember Marie Waldron AD-75 (R) As a member of the Assembly Health Committee, I am working to open up access for new innovative treatments, cures and therapies that directly impact the lives of thousands of Californians. Ensuring that California maintains its pivotal role as a center for life sciences research is a vital part of […]

Congratulations to the Village News on its 1,000th issue

Congratulations to you, Julie Reeder, and your excellent staff upon issuing the 1,000th edition of the Village News. What a thrill it must be for you to have achieved this landmark issue having begun your publication journey some 20 short years ago. Your publication fills a need for the local community that is essential to […]

‘We must all stand together’

The coverage of nearly 30 million people is at risk. Please help retain and continue availability of quality, affordable healthcare! In addition, Betsy DeVos, an unqualified, disastrous choice to lead our Department of Education, has now been confirmed, after, for the first time in history, the Vice President had to cast the deciding vote. Party-politics have trumped the […]

Fallbrook residents seek views of Congressman Hunter

Fallbrook residents seek views of Congressman Hunter

FALLBROOK – A group of Fallbrook residents in U.S. House District 50 met on Jan. 31 with Rick Terrazas, District Chief of Staff for Congressman Duncan Hunter (CA-50), at Congressman Hunter’s Temecula office, to ask for a face-to-face meeting with the Congressman to sound out his stance on several high-profile national issues. These include the […]

Combating the heroin epidemic

Assemblymember Marie Waldron AD-75 (R) My Assembly Bill 182, the Heroin and Opioid Public Education (HOPE) Act, will combat the growth of heroin and opioid abuse throughout California. Heroin, a cheaper equivalent to opioids, has become widely available, and California is now ground zero in this escalating epidemic. Heroin use has increased in all age […]

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