Fallbrook trio make Dean’s List at Baylor

WACO, Texas – Three students from Fallbrook – Landreigh A. Knapp from the School of Education, Micah Timothy Marroquin from the College of Arts and Sciences, and Leila Katariina Rohde of the Hankamer School of Business – were among the more than 3,700 Baylor University students named to the Dean’s academic honor roll for the […]

Artists Guild Show is now at Fallbrook Art Center

FALLBROOK – Don’t miss the sixth annual Artists Guild Show, open daily through July 2. Over 90 paintings, sculpture, mixed media, printmaking, fine art jewelry, fabric arts, photography, digital art, drawings and ceramics. Ken Goldman juried the works and chose award winners. Best of Show went to Paula Collins for “Magical Thinker.” First place is […]

Why fat is so important to remain in ketosis

Why fat is so important to remain in ketosis

Dr. Terry Rondberg Special to the Village News Most of us eat way too much sugar and too little fat. A lot of people eat too much protein, which is often riskier than a high-carbohydrate diet. It is due to brainwashing that anyone believes glucose is the preferred energy for our body. This is bad […]

Meth abuse among American teens

Courtesy of Narconon Arrowhead Methamphetamine is a highly addictive, highly dangerous synthetic drug substance. Also known by the nicknames Meth, Speed, Chalk and Tina, this stimulant drug is a type of amphetamine, which acts on the central nervous system in order to produce the desired effects. Methamphetamine is considered to be the most potent of all […]

New Medicare cards to offer greater protection to Americans

BALTIMORE – The Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) is readying a fraud prevention initiative that removes Social Security numbers from Medicare cards to help combat identity theft and safeguard taxpayer dollars. The new cards will use a unique, randomly assigned number called a Medicare Beneficiary Identifier (MBI), to replace the Social Security-based Health […]

How to improve parent and child communication

Courtesy of American Counseling Association Experts will constantly tell you that good communication is a necessary element in any successful relationship. While we generally think of that advice in relation to spouses, friends and co-workers, one of the most important relationships to evaluate for good communication is with our children. Do your children really know […]

Anderson places second in state wrestling tourney

Anderson places second in state wrestling tourney

BONSALL – Sebastian Anderson, 14, of Bonsall, placed second at the CA-USA Freestyle State Wrestling Tournament in the Schoolboy 128-pound division, which featured a 32-man bracket. The tournament was held June 4 at Selland Arena in Fresno. Anderson, recently promoted from Sullivan Middle School, looks forward to competing in high school athletics, including football and […]

Special Olympics Fallbrook concludes basketball season

Special Olympics Fallbrook concludes basketball season

FALLBROOK – Special Olympics Fallbrook basketball ended its season with a rousing game June 10 at the Boys & Girls Club in Fallbrook. The Special Olympics team competed with community leaders and after the game the athletes celebrated with a fun pizza party. Special Olympics Fallbrook is an all-volunteer program that runs under Jeremiah’s Ranch, […]