Harold H. “Bud” Bigley, Jr

Harold H. “Bud” Bigley, Jr

Harold H. “Bud” Bigley, Jr. passed away June 26, 2017. He was born June 18, 1924 in Newark, N.J. to Harold H. and Alice Bigley originally from England. Bud grew up in Chatham, N. J. and completed all of his schooling in that same community. Bud served in the United States Navy aboard LSM 129A […]

Marie Morse

Marie Morse

Long time Fallbrook resident Marie Morse passed away on June 5, 2017 in Hesperia, California at the age of 94. She moved to Fallbrook in 1953 with her husband, Bob Morse, who was in the Air Force and whose family had lived in Fallbrook since the late 1800’s. She worked for over 20 years at […]

Robert “Bob” Thomas

Robert “Bob” Thomas

Robert “Bob” Thomas, longtime resident and former superintendent/principal of Fallbrook Union High School District for 27 years, passed away on Monday, June 26, 2017, in Vista, California. The funeral service will be held on Tuesday, July 25, at 11 a.m. at St. Peters Catholic Church, 222 Stage Coach, Fallbrook. Bob was born to Paul and […]

An inside view of North Korea to be presented

FALLBROOK – What’s it like inside North Korea? Fallbrook resident Barry Meadow was able to spend 10 days inside the hermit kingdom recently and has returned with stories and more than 100 pictures of daily life. He will bring a surprising portrait of this little-seen nation and its people in a talk at 6 p.m., Monday, July […]

Britannia Connection to hear about senior center projects

FALLBROOK – Britannia Connection, Inc (BCI) announces its July 27 meeting and luncheon, where women of either British or Commonwealth heritage, or those with a strong interest in British culture, gather for fun, fellowship and fundraising. The ladies are delighted to have Phyllis Sweeney share information about the Senior Center special projects, in particular the […]

Cornerstone Baptist offers free vacation Bible school

FALLBROOK – Cornerstone Baptist Church, 131 E. Fig Street, Ste.3, is offering a free vacation Bible school, Monday through Friday, 6 to 8:30 p.m., July 24-28. It is open to children ages 5-12 years old. The children will spend time in age-appropriate classes, enjoying Bible lessons, games, crafts, snacks, skits, songs and more. For more […]

Parkinson’s Support Group not meeting

FALLBROOK – There will be no Fallbrook Parkinson’s Support Group meeting in July as members will be attending the annual picnic in Carlsbad. The next meeting will be on Aug. 25. For more information, call  Irene Miller, (760) 731-0171.

Voting integrity at stake

The Trump administration has created an Election Integrity Commission to verify or deny the allegations of millions of unlawful votes. It has requested the voter rolls from each state, district and territory.  This would create a national database of voters. See any dangers in this? In addition to the undefined intended use, there is the issue […]