Club Paradise Fitness – keeping Fallbrook fit since 1993

Club Paradise Fitness – keeping Fallbrook fit since 1993

Club Paradise Fitness has been part of the Fallbrook community since 1993 and owner Brian Hanson, who purchased the gym in 2000, couldn’t be prouder of that fact. “We have been keeping Fallbrook fit for more than 23 years,” said Hanson of the family-friendly gym located at 1371 South Mission Road. “We try to make […]

Juarez shows she can wrestle with the boys

Juarez shows she can wrestle with the boys

When freshman Karina Juarez told some friends that she was going to tryout for the wrestling team at Fallbrook High School, they only fueled her fire with their response. “They said, ‘why would you do that, you’re a girl,’” recalled Juarez, who promptly responded with, “Because I’m a girl, and I can do everything anyone […]

Uncle reports body of 5-year-old Phillip Campbell found

Uncle reports body of 5-year-old Phillip Campbell found

The body of 5-year-old Phillip Campbell of Fallbrook was found shortly before noon today in Rainbow Creek, according to the boy’s uncle, Tony Campbell, who was working with the search crews. Phillip had been missing since Sunday afternoon when he and longtime family friend Roland Phillips were swept into the creek by raging storm waters […]

Wet, windy weather knocks down trees ‘left and right’

Wet, windy weather knocks down trees ‘left and right’

The recent heavy rains and powerful winds enabled Mother Nature to score a series of knockout victories over trees in Fallbrook. “Trees are falling left and right,” reported Roger Boddaert, a.k.a. the “Tree Man of Fallbrook,” Jan. 20. In his travels that wet and windy Friday, Boddaert, a certified I.S.A. arborist, noted, “I was on […]

Goals for 2017 discussed at Fallbrook Community Forum meeting

The first Fallbrook Community Forum meeting of the New Year was held Jan. 19 and the topic was goals for 2017. Members of several non-profit organizations spoke of their aspirations. Vince Ross, who conducts the forum meetings, started things off by relaying the No. 1 goal of the Fallbrook Village Association, an organization he founded […]

T-shirt found as search continues for missing Fallbrook boy; prayer vigil will be held this evening

Authorities discovered a boy’s T-shirt this morning as they began a fifth day of searching for 5-year-old Phillip Campbell of Fallbrook. Phillip is believed to have been swept away into a storm-swollen Rainbow Creek Sunday evening along with 73-year-old Roland Phillips, who was found dead in the creek. Phillip is the nephew of Fallbrook private […]

Search continues for 5-year-old Fallbrook boy

A search was continuing today for a 5-year-old boy believed to have been swept into a storm-swollen creek in Rainbow on the afternoon of Sunday, Jan. 22 along with a man who was found dead in the creek. Authorities have not yet released the name of the man nor the missing child. However, relatives of […]

Warriors boys basketball team can be offensive

Warriors boys basketball team can be offensive

Fallbrook High School boys basketball coach John Kroeger introduced his players to a new run-and-gun offense this season, and he admits that at times the new offense has truly been offensive – as in ‘what the?’ bad. “When our shots go (in) and we whip those teams into a frenzy, we can play with anybody, […]

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