Interesting People

Betsy Phillips takes 100 years in stride

Ruth Haferkamp Special to the Village News Upon approaching Betsy Phillips’ Fallbrook home, I asked myself however can one sum up 100 years in a few paragraphs. I was welcomed amazingly by Betsy herself in a pair of well-fitted blue jeans and a fashionable flowered top. With a warm smile, I was shown into her […]

Fallbrook Woman’s Club makes charitable contributions

Fallbrook Woman’s Club makes charitable contributions

FALLBROOK – The Fallbrook Woman’s Club provided donations to Fallbrook charities at its annual Giving Back luncheon April 11. Each year the Woman’s Club raises funds through a variety of projects such as a spring time Rummage/Attic sale, two Mah Jongg tournaments in January and June, the Carriage Players Mystery Play (which will be held […]

Bonsall’s Dorman honored with lifetime achievement award from PGA

Bonsall’s Dorman honored with lifetime achievement award from PGA

PALM BEACH GARDENS, Fla. – Bonsall resident Larry Dorman, a former New York Times sportswriter and golf industry executive, has been named the recipient of the 2017 PGA Lifetime Achievement Award in Journalism. Dorman will be honored April 5 at the ISPS HANDA 45th Golf Writers Association of America (GWAA) Annual Awards Dinner at Savannah […]

Rotary Club of Fallbrook honors public safety heroes

Rotary Club of Fallbrook honors public safety heroes

  FALLBROOK – Each year, the Rotary Club of Fallbrook recognizes personnel from the California Highway Patrol, the North County Fire Protection District, and the San Diego County Sheriff’s Department at the Public Safety Recognition Awards Ceremony. The award winners for 2016 were selected by their respective agency for being an exemplary employee; for upholding […]

Team effort results in less graffiti in Fallbrook

Team effort results in less graffiti in Fallbrook

Lucette Moramarco Staff Writer Those residents who have seen graffiti around town may notice that there is less of it compared to a few years ago. The decrease in the defacing of property is due to the efforts of a small group of volunteers and their partner in the San Diego County Sheriff’s Department. Those […]

A glimpse into the past – Farming Tools

A glimpse into the past – Farming Tools

Jack Story Special to the Village News If you should be heading up Rockycrest Road going west and should look just inside the fence line to your left on the Fallbrook Museum Property, you will see a long row of antique (mostly horse drawn) farm equipment. A lot of this was gathered up years ago by […]

Cordes honored by Indiana University

Cordes honored by Indiana University

FALLBROOK – Fallbrook resident Kathleen Cordes recently returned from Indiana University (IU) with fond memories – she was saluted on the football field – and the I Association’s Leanne Grotke Award. The I Association is made up of letter-winning IU alumni. Cordes played varsity tennis at IU and now serves on the alumni board for […]

Where are they now?

Where are they now?

Catching up with 2000 Homecoming king and queen, Mike Neglia and Becky Heimback Lucette Moramarco Staff Writer In the first of a series, the Fallbrook High Alumni Association has provided the stories of two alumni who went their separate ways but whose  lives have followed similar themes. The numerous alumni of Fallbrook Union High School […]

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