Hanlon, Ewig win six-dive events at Fallbrook April Dive Invitational

Hanlon, Ewig win six-dive events at Fallbrook April Dive Invitational

Kelly Hanlon and Cameron Ewig won their events at the Fallbrook April Dive Invitational meet last month at the Fallbrook High School pool. Hanlon won the girls six-dive event while Ewig had the highest boys six-dive score. Both are Fallbrook High School sophomores. Hanlon had a score of 140.40 points. The second-place diver, Amelia Johnson, […]

TK Construction receives contract for FPUD interconnection project

The Fallbrook Public Utility District (FPUD) awarded TK Construction a contract to construct an interconnection system. The 5-0 FPUD board vote March 27 authorized a $148,000 contract for an interconnection between FPUD’s Sachse and De Luz zones. “This is a really important project from a system operation and reliability point of view,” said FPUD general […]

Warriors split first 12 boys lacrosse matches

Fallbrook High School’s boys lacrosse team held a 6-6 record following its first 12 matches of 2017. “We’ve had a good season so far,” said Fallbrook coach Brian Kimmell. The Warriors, who will conclude their regular season May 5 at home against Sage Creek, posted a 15-8 victory over Sage Creek on April 7 for […]

Warriors win Valley League boys tennis championship

Warriors win Valley League boys tennis championship

Fallbrook High School’s boys tennis team concluded its regular season April 25 with a 14-4 victory over Ramona at the Fallbrook Tennis Club to give the Warriors a final league record of 8-0 and the 2017 Valley League championship. “We’re champions by ourselves, finally,” said Fallbrook coach Bill Lenaway. Fallbrook and Valley Center shared last […]

Cole inducted into AMA Hall of Fame

Jeff Cole, a resident of Fallbrook since 1976, was inducted into the American Motorcyclist Association Hall of Fame last year in ceremonies held in Orlando, Fla. “It was a big deal,” said Cole. “It was a big thrill to even think I was being considered for it.” The thrill for Cole could be considered payback […]

County to review trust fund for parks

During her State of the County address Board of Supervisors chair Dianne Jacob called for a sustainable endowment fund to provide a continuing source of revenue to operate and maintain new parks as well as existing ones. A preliminary proposal for maintenance options was approved March 22. The supervisors’ 4-1 vote, with Bill Horn opposed, […]

County divests emergency services for Chandler Ranch

The County of San Diego has divested County Service Area No. 135 fire and emergency medical services latent powers for Chandler Ranch. A 5-0 San Diego County Board of Supervisors vote March 22 removed the latent powers from the district which includes the San Diego County Regional Fire Authority (SDCRFA). The area had previously been […]

CIF eliminates ambulance requirement for football playoffs

The CIF Board of Managers has eliminated the requirement that an ambulance or other emergency rescue vehicle be present at football playoff games. A unanimous Board of Managers vote April 5 replaced the ambulance requirement with a requirement that at least two of the precautions of an emergency rescue vehicle, a physician, a paramedic or […]