Hall of Champions names Shaw among Prep Stars of the Month

The San Diego Hall of Champions named Derek Shaw as one of the Prep Stars of the Month for December. Shaw, who attended three Fallbrook Union Elementary School District schools and currently attends Oceanside High School, was one of ten Prep Stars of the Month selected by the Hall of Champions. “It’s a big honor,” […]

99 play in junior satellite tournament

The 19th Fallbrook Winter Junior Satellite Tournament attracted 99 players to the Fallbrook Tennis Club for the tournament. The tournament began January 15, and rounds were also played January 16, January 22, and January 23. The tournament included six girls divisions and five boys divisions. “I would say it was a very good tournament,” said […]

County calls for changes to state sexually violent predator release program

The San Diego County Board of Supervisors urged state changes in the state sexually violent predator conditional release program. The 5-0 vote February 1 directs the county’s Chief Administrative Officer to work with the county’s state legislators to amend the state’s release program and community notification guidelines. The motion also directs the CAO to monitor […]

Youngren ready for new season

he 2005 Irwindale Speedway season starts next month, and Scott Youngren is ready for a fresh start. “We’ve got all of our notes. We’ve got the chassis figured out,” Youngren said. “We’re ready to go out.” In 2003 Youngren finished second in the Auto Club Late Model season standings. After the season he upgraded his […]

Gwynn cites learning ability as recruit quality

San Diego State University baseball coach Tony Gwynn will be seeking top San Diego area players, as well as high school seniors and junior college transfers from elsewhere in the nation, to play on future San Diego State University baseball teams. During a San Diego Hall of Champions luncheon January 26, Gwynn spoke on his […]

‘Elektra’ okay for comic-action movie

The comic books have switched genres to the movie screen once again with the 20th Century Fox release of “Elektra.” As a comic-based action movie, “Elektra” is a palatable movie. “Elektra” has a PG-13 rating. This means that it doesn’t have the constant action of an R-rated action movie. On the other hand, it allows […]

SANDAG approves TransNet early action program for Hwy 76

The San Diego Association of Governments has approved the draft early action program for the TransNet extension, and the widening of State Route 76 to Interstate 15 has been designated a Tier 1 project. SANDAG’s board voted 16-0 to adopt the early action plan January 28.  La Mesa and Imperial Beach did not have a SANDAG […]

Salm, Denton earn Drivers’ Choice Awards

Mike Salm and Scott Denton earned Drivers’ Choice Awards which were presented at the Cajon Speedway’s awards banquet January 8. Salm and Denton were also presented with awards for their finishes in the season standings. Mike McGlone did not finish in the top ten in the standings, but the car driven by McGlone and owned […]

Supervisors authorize revenue contract for

The San Diego County Board of Supervisors authorized a revenue contract for after-school programs at La Paloma Elementary School. The January 11 vote authorizes the director of the county’s Department of Parks and Recreation to execute a revenue contract for $75,792 between the County of San Diego and the Fallbrook Union Elementary School District for […]

Supervisors approve county trails master plan.

The San Diego County Board of Supervisors approved a pair of measures January 12 which mark significant progress for the county’s integrated trails program. One of the measures adopts the Community Trails Master Plan which will implement the goals for a county trails network of regional and community trails, while the other measure adopts a […]