Division combination gives Krueger seventh in ‘Bomber’

Keith Krueger didn’t race a Bomber Stock car April 30, but he finished seventh in the Bomber Stock main event at Barona Speedway. Krueger, who drives a Factory Stock, competed in the Bomber division along with five other Factory Stock cars and five Bombers. He actually had the lead between the fifth and eighth laps of […]

Hebner fourth in Race of the Americas

the Race of the Americas held March 13 at the Oklahoma Motorsports Complex in Norman. The Fallbrook driver also finished fourth in his heat race March 12. “We didn’t qualify well, but we pulled it together and ran an excellent race,” Hebner said. Hebner made his debut in the Stars of Karting series last year […]

Abel on 2005 Jr. National Team

US Synchronized Swimming, the governing body of the sport of synchronized swimming, has selected Brooke Abel of Fallbrook to be a member of the 2005 Junior National Team. Abel was one of ten members named to the 2005 team. The 17-year-old Abel has been on the Junior National Team twice before, but she had been selected […]

Padres honor two Pendleton Marines during Military Opening Night

The San Diego Padres honored two Camp Pendleton Marines as part of their Military Opening Night ceremonies April 20. The recognition of the 32 award-winning servicemen from area bases, stations, and offices included Corporal Sean Pateneau and Lance Corporal Mark Rine. Pateneau was the Non-commissioned Officer of the Quarter for Camp Pendleton and Rine was the […]

Coaching volleyball allowing Caron to continue sport career

In addition to dealing with wild animals in her full-time job, Raquel Caron coaches high school boys. For Caron the job of coaching Fallbrook High School’s boys varsity volleyball team isn’t another challenge but a chance to stay in the sport she played at Fallbrook High School. “I just really loved the game and want to […]

Groundbreaking for Aircraft Hangar Management will lead to serving needs

The groundbreaking ceremony for Aircraft Hangar Management, LLC, April 15 at Fallbrook Community Airpark was followed by the presence of the first steel only three days later. By late summer, Aircraft Hangar Management expects to complete the first 18 hangars along with a maintenance hangar. The eventual plans call for 41 hangars. “It will move along pretty […]

County to explore Lighting and Landscaping Act for non-lighting uses

The County of San Diego will be reviewing policies which might allow for an expansion of its use of the Landscape and Lighting Act of 1972. The 5-0 Board of Supervisors vote April 19 directs the county’s Chief Administrative Officer to review all county policies related to the Lighting and Landscaping Act and to return […]

Supervisors approve update to county Light Pollution Code

The San Diego County Board of Supervisors gives its initial support to an update of the county’s Light Pollution Code. The 3-0 vote April 20, with Supervisor Ron Roberts en route to China for a trade mission and Supervisor Bill Horn spending the day on jury duty, approves the introduction of the ordinance amendments. A […]

Art of Flower festival, sports facilities get funds

The San Diego County Board of Supervisors allocated $132,500 of District Five Community Projects funds April 19, including $25,000 for Fallbrook High School athletic facilities and $5,000 for the Art of the Flower Festival. The 5-0 vote allocated $25,000 to the Fallbrook Union High School District for the facilities and $5,000 to the Fallbrook Village […]

Youngren third in 2005 debut

Scott Youngren made his 2005 Irwindale Speedway debut March 12 and finished third in the first Auto Club Late Model race of the season. Youngren, who qualified third and started the main event on the outside of the third row after the inversion wheel was spun, came from the back after fourth-lap contact to complete […]