Tracking the great hunter of the sea

Tracking the great hunter of the sea

Great white sharks are both mysterious and terrifying, but a Fallbrook-based Marine research center has made it a goal to learn more about the life cycle of these elusive animals that rule the ocean. The Marine Conservation Science Institute (MCSI) – which is comprised of Dr. Michael Domeier and Nicole Nasby Lucas and supported by […]

Seal pleads no contest to charge in alcohol-related death of 19-year old

An individual who served beer to a 19-year-old Fallbrook man, who later died in a drunk-driving collision, has pleaded no contest to the misdemeanor of furnishing alcohol to a minor. While earlier stories by other publications erroneously claim he had pleaded guilty, Shane Seal, 22, pleaded no contest in the furnishing of alcohol to Sean […]

Medical marijuana dispensary ordered to “cease and desist”

Fallbrook’s medical marijuana dispensary has shut its doors after being served with a cease and desist order by the county. According to Fallbrook Sheriff’s substation commander Lt. Phil Brust, Mother Earths Alternative Healing Cooperative, located at 434 East Mission Road, was ordered to vacate its building February 5 due to violation of San Diego County […]

‘Riverdance’ farewell tour tickles San Diego

‘Riverdance’ farewell tour tickles San Diego

As someone who has been going to theatrical performances, dances and concerts for nearly two decades, I rarely get wowed by what happens onstage. A farewell performance of “Riverdance,” however, not only wowed me, but it also pushed me out of my seat to cheer for the performers.

School newspaper lawsuit settled

A northern San Diego County school court case recently drew widespread attention over free speech issues. The Fallbrook Union High School District (FUHSD) board of directors approved the full release and settlement agreement in the case of former Tomahawk student writers and Fallbrook Union High School at their December 14 meeting. The case of Ariosta, […]

Pala boasts county’s first bilingual CERT program

Pala boasts county’s first bilingual CERT program

Pala Reservation is the latest North County area to be equipped with its own Community Emergency Response Team (CERT). Unlike prior CERT groups that have been established, this group of 64 is comprised of both English and non-English speaking individuals. The Inland Valley CERT members graduated from their training program on Nov 21 after being […]

Motorcyclist ejected from vehicle after being clipped by Hummer

A motorcyclist was ejected from his bike after it lost power and was clipped by a Hummer SUV on the southbound I-15 at approximately 2:30 p.m. on Saturday, December 19. According to California Highway Patrol officer L. Sergent, the motorcyclist, a 34-year-old male from Escondido, was driving a Honda at approximately 75 mph when his […]

‘Scrooge the Musical’ opens Dec. 4 at Mission Theatre

‘Scrooge the Musical’ opens Dec. 4 at Mission Theatre

Hearing Charles Dickens’ “A Christmas Carol” has been a traditional way for families to get into the holiday spirit for over a century, and Fallbrook’s C.A.S.T. Productions will be retelling the famous story at the Mission Theatre in a way that will really bring the true meaning of Christmas to the community. “Scrooge the Musical” […]

Fallbrook Healing Rooms restore faith and wholeness

Fallbrook Healing Rooms restore faith and wholeness

Prayer is a staple for people of faith across the world. Many believe that prayer can strengthen faith, create a deeper connection with God and, in certain cases, stimulate miracles. In September 2002, the Fallbrook Healing Rooms were founded upon these beliefs. Thousands of individuals who have come into these rooms for prayer and intercession […]