FPUD rejects extension of Western Rivers Conservancy escrow

Escrow will not close on the sale of 1,384 acres of land along the Santa Margarita River owned by the Fallbrook Public Utility District (FPUD). A 3-2 FPUD board vote June 26 rejected a motion to extend the escrow agreement with Western Rivers Conservancy for 90 days. Don McDougal and Jennifer DeMeo voted in favor […]

Coping with psychosis from Parkinson’s disease takes support

FALLBROOK – The Fallbrook Parkinson’s Support Group will hold their monthly meeting, Friday, June 23 from 10 a.m. to noon. The meeting will be held in the fellowship hall of Christ the King Lutheran Church, 1620 S. Stage Coach Lane. Meetings are held the fourth Friday of each month. This month’s topic, Parkinson’s psychosis, will focus on “What to look for, and what can be […]

Update on rainfall totals around San Diego County

Light rainfall is expected to linger in parts of San Diego County this morning as the second of two wet winter storms that drenched the region this week moves out of the area. A National Weather Service flood warning remains in effect for the San Diego River, which crested at 14.15 feet at 2:15 a.m. On Monday night, […]

Storm to bring potentially damaging wind, flooding

SAN DIEGO  – Warm and mostly sunny weather in San Diego County today is expected to give way to potentially damaging winds and rainfall that could cause flooding later this week as a strong Pacific storm moves into the region. The wet winter storm is expected to bring light rain starting late Thursday, and strong […]

Melendez proposes bill to separate localities from State in sanctuary feud

RIVERSIDE  – Assemblywoman Melissa Melendez today proposed legislation that would permit counties throughout California to forgo implementation of any state law that could result in the loss of federal money, which a “sanctuary state” bill put forward in response to President Donald Trump’s immigration policies could trigger. “Sacramento Democrats are jeopardizing hundreds of billions of dollars in federal funding […]

BUSD approves process to select student member

A non-voting student member of the Bonsall Unified School District (BUSD) board has been authorized since December 2013, but no process to select the student member had ever been adopted prior to the Jan. 19 BUSD board meeting when a 4-0 vote with Erin English absent approved a procedure. “We thought we should get that […]

Car rolls over on W. Lilac Rd

EARLY INFORMATION: At 9:28 pm tonight, a vehicle was reported as flipped over on the side of the road on W. Lilac Rd.  in Bonsall.  By 9:44 pm it was reported that one person was self extricated from the vehicle.  

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