Supporting the Life Sciences

Assemblymember Marie Waldron AD-75 (R) As a member of the Assembly Health Committee, I am working to open up access for new innovative treatments, cures and therapies that directly impact the lives of thousands of Californians. Ensuring that California maintains its pivotal role as a center for life sciences research is a vital part of […]

Congratulations to the Village News on its 1,000th issue

Congratulations to you, Julie Reeder, and your excellent staff upon issuing the 1,000th edition of the Village News. What a thrill it must be for you to have achieved this landmark issue having begun your publication journey some 20 short years ago. Your publication fills a need for the local community that is essential to […]

‘We must all stand together’

The coverage of nearly 30 million people is at risk. Please help retain and continue availability of quality, affordable healthcare! In addition, Betsy DeVos, an unqualified, disastrous choice to lead our Department of Education, has now been confirmed, after, for the first time in history, the Vice President had to cast the deciding vote. Party-politics have trumped the […]

Fallbrook residents seek views of Congressman Hunter

Fallbrook residents seek views of Congressman Hunter

FALLBROOK – A group of Fallbrook residents in U.S. House District 50 met on Jan. 31 with Rick Terrazas, District Chief of Staff for Congressman Duncan Hunter (CA-50), at Congressman Hunter’s Temecula office, to ask for a face-to-face meeting with the Congressman to sound out his stance on several high-profile national issues. These include the […]

Combating the heroin epidemic

Assemblymember Marie Waldron AD-75 (R) My Assembly Bill 182, the Heroin and Opioid Public Education (HOPE) Act, will combat the growth of heroin and opioid abuse throughout California. Heroin, a cheaper equivalent to opioids, has become widely available, and California is now ground zero in this escalating epidemic. Heroin use has increased in all age […]

Community Choice Energy can benefit San Diego County

Counties all across California are acting swiftly and decisively to accelerate their transition to clean energy. On Feb. 15, the San Diego County Board of Supervisors will have an opportunity to make the right choice for our environment and our local economy by voting to move ahead with a Community Choice Energy Feasibility Study. Community Choice […]

What is the ‘poop’ Fallbrook?

I love dogs as much as anyone, but I don’t let mine run free pooping on your front yards, as many are doing on the (old Fallbrook Golf Club) golf course while it is under construction. The No Trespassing signs are up, and still some people apparently cannot read. It is not your property! Go […]

An open letter to our District 50 Congressman Duncan Hunter:

We are two of your constituents. We’ve lived in San Diego County for our entire life. In the face of the monstrous injustices we are seeing perpetrated at the highest levels of government, we ask that you take a moment and reflect on the human cost of supporting the President’s actions. Please speak out against […]

AAUW seeking Fallbrook gardens

The rain has done it…everything is greening up whether we want it to or not. Gardeners are planning and planting for the spring season and the American Association of University Women would like you to share the glories of your garden for its 22nd year of presenting the Country Garden Tour of Fallbrook on Saturday, May 13th. […]

Thanks to Fallbrook Fire Station 3

I would like to express my deepest gratitude for three special firemen who helped me this past week. On Jan. 22, during one of the storms that drenched Fallbrook, my yard filled up fast, flooding into my garage and my home entry. I called for help and three amazing young men came to my rescue: […]

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