CNB ranks sixth in nation in SBA 504 Lending

Community Bancorp, Inc. (NASDAQ:CMBC), parent company of Community National Bank (“Community”) announced today that Community ranked 6th in the nation in SBA 504 lending for 2004 based on the dollars lent in the first trust deed position, according to the Coleman Report, a nationally recognized advocate and publisher of information for the government-guaranteed lending industry. […]

Beautiful, healthy hair is Mane Attraction’s Specialty

“Sometimes I work 12 hours without stopping,” says Gina Barlow. At five feet, 10 inches, she’s the tallest and youngest of the Barlow sisters. “When I first came here, people worked from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. Not any more,” says Trisha Barlow Sehnert, an imposing whirlwind of energy and the oldest Barlow sister. Middle […]

Angels helping tsunami

In this time of need, the Angel Society of Fallbrook has decided to donate all the proceeds from the Angel Shop on January 20, 21 and 22 to the victims of the tsunami disaster.

Flower Pearls

In 1998, The Collector’s parent company, Pala International, and Edward Boehm of JOEB Enterprises introduced the faceted pearl, also known as ‘Flower Pearls.’ It took almost two decades of experimentation by a small Japanese diamond-cutting firm to accomplish this unique faceting process. The faceted pearl has a distinct scintillation that results due to the tiny […]

Supervisors allocate $6,000 for Bonsall Community Center PA system

The San Diego County Board of Supervisors allocated $6,000 for a public address system for the Bonsall Community Center. The 4-0 vote January 5, with Supervisor Greg Cox at the National Association of Counties meeting in Washington, allocates $6,000 in District Five Community Projects funds to the Bonsall Community Center Association for the purchase of […]

Sourcebook goes worldwide!

The Fallbrook/Bonsall Village News is now including Greater Fallbrook Area Sourcebook biographies online. “We have such great traffic on our websites ( and that we wanted to give our advertisers the additional exposure,” said Julie Reeder, publisher. “We are getting about 10,000 visits per day on our websites.” The 2005 Sourcebook is in production […]

Bottom Shelf bargains

The Bottom Shelf Bookstore will hold an after-Christmas clearance sale Monday, January 17, through Saturday, January 22. All books (except selected collectibles) will be at specially reduced prices starting as low as 50 cents and will include “bags of books” and other bargains. The bookstore offers a wide variety of gently used hardback and paperback books, children’s books, music and movies on CDs or […]

Bonner named to Rainbow CPG, four members ineligible

The San Diego County Board of Supervisors appointed four new board members of the Rainbow Community Planning Group during the supervisors’ January 5 meeting, but only one of those members is eligible to be on the board. The eligibility issue is also likely to cause the removal of a fourth planning group member who does […]

What was the holiday buzz? Your hair stylist knows!

There aren’t many around town who get a better cross section of conversations than barbers and hair stylists. Many of us find our few minutes of quiet time in the chair suitable for discussing light subjects that seem totally insignificant. They are, but after a Christmas season of cutting hair for all types and ages […]

Who am I? Maurie Schuette!

Maurie Schuette recently gave a “Who am I?” presentation to members of the Fallbrook Kiwanis Club. Schuette told of growing up on a farm in the state of Maine. At age 4, she was helping her grandma. At 18, Maurie went to New York City to school and met a man in uniform, Walt Schuette. […]