AAUW thanks community

Once again, we’d like to thank the Village News for the fine coverage given to the Fallbrook branch of the American Association of University Women for our annual Country Garden Tour of Fallbrook. Each year, the funds raised go to scholarships for graduating young women of Fallbrook High School and also to send junior high students […]

Food pantry appreciates fund raising support

Kicking off the 2017 Memorial Day weekend at the Pala Mesa Golf Resort, the 3rd annual Murphy & Murphy Charity Golf Tournament benefited the Fallbrook Food Pantry. Golfers and sponsors from all across Southern California participated. This year businesses and individuals sponsored 28 Marines to a day of golf and dinner. We hope to have […]

Open letter to Bonsall School District

What a great neighbor you have become! You erected an ugly four strand barbed wire fence on the property line between my property and the proposed new Bonsall school site. You also put an ugly No Trespassing sign on one of the strands of barbed wire facing my house. Since the fence is installed directly […]

Hospital sale should be stopped

When I purchased my house in Fallbrook, its relative location to the Fallbrook hospital was a selling point. The idea that my house is now close to a “secure” mental health facility, that will house patients from multiple counties, probably isn’t. The idea that the board rammed this through without a vote is also disconcerting. […]

Anxiety meds lead to broken hearts

I recently lost my granddaughter Alexis and have enclosed the following words from her father: “My friends…I don’t know any other way to say this but to just say it. My beautiful, bright young daughter has passed away. For a few years now, Alexis has battled with chemical depression. Basically, a depression not based on […]

Agriculture is vital

Assemblymember Marie Waldron AD-75 (R) This week at the San Diego County Farm Bureau’s annual installation/awards celebration in Fallbrook, I was proud to recognize Gary Crouch, owner of Mountain Meadow Mushrooms, with an Assembly Resolution honoring him as “Farmer of the Year”. Farming is vital to our state and local economies. California has long been […]

BUSD asks for community input in superintendent search

BONSALL – The Governing Board of Trustees of the Bonsall Unified School District (BUSD) is in the process of gathering information as they prepare for the selection of a new superintendent. Dr. Justin Cunningham will be retiring at the end of July after serving the District since 2008. The board is eager to hear from […]

Re: President Trump obstructed justice [Village News, 5/25/17]

Hilarious letter by Albert Wang. He cites “legal scholars” who wish to impeach Trump. His “legal scholars” are all left-wing supporters and contributors to Hillary’s campaign. Actual legal scholars like Jonathon Turley and the left-of-center Alan Derschowitz and dozens of others have stated that there is NO grounds for impeachment. Mr. Wang and his left-wing […]