Friday, July 25, 2014 • 06:06

Hospice volunteer celebrates milestone birthday

Most people don't pause to think about what their life would be like when they reach that milestone of their 100th birthday and Clyde Maulding is no different....more»

Planning Group approves draft letters, continues discussion of VC projects

The VC Community Planning Group approved draft letters and continued its discussion on several Valley Center projects during the July 14 meeting. To kick off the discussion, Vice Chair Ann Quinley requested the status of the Wilkes Road Solar Project....more»

Water Board approves project reimbursements

VC Municipal Water District met July 14 to discuss approval of the contract for assessment of engineering services for the South Village Annexation/Modification to Assessment District 2012-1....more»

Drought forces mandatory water restrictions

The State Water Resources Control Board (SWRCB) approved mandatory emergency water conservation regulations last week to increase water conservation and those effects will be felt by almost everyone in Valley Center and the surrounding areas according to a recent press release issued by Valley Center Municipal Water District (VCMWD)....more»


BARK FOR LIFE Bark For Life Valley Center will hold its first fundraiser, Waggin for Brews on Sunday, July 27 from noon to 3 p.m. at RIP Current Brewing located at 1325 Grand Ave,....more»

Seventh Annual "Friends of the Poor® Walk" September 13

Is there any better way of helping those in need then going for an early morning walk on the Heritage Trial? Probably not, so please join the seventh annual "Friends of the Poor® Walk", which will be held on Saturday, September 13, starting at Adams Park....more»

Scarecrow Days announces new competition

Fallbrook Scarecrow Days, held during the month of October, has just announced a new category - "Professional Artist." The popular event is in its third season, thanks to the generous donation of sponsor, San Diego Gas & Electric....more»

Emergency Calls July 15 - 20

July 15 - Medical aid on Lilac Road. Patient transported to Palomar Medical Center (PMC). - Medical aid on Mesa Crest Drive. Patient released. July 16 - Medical aid on Anthony Road....more»

Sheriff's Blotter July 16 - 20

July 16 - A man reported being the victim of felony grand theft on Quiet Place at 9:22 a.m. Stolen were copper materials valued at $2,000. July 17 - A man reported being the victim of felony false impersonation of another during an extra patrol assignment on Nyemii Pass at 2:03 a....more»

Bark For Life, popular ACS fundraiser set to return to Bates

Bark For Life Valley Center is fast approaching and organizers are currently accepting registration for participants, lining up vendors and recruiting sponsors for the event that raised just over $16,000 for the fight against cancer....more»

Wildfire safety check on Palomar Mountain

The Forest Service has kicked its fire safety campaign into high gear by going to properties on Palomar Mountain and checking them for fire safety. Flyers have been left on doors offering tips for homeowners to make homes more fire safe by creating 100 feet of defensible space....more»

Wittenberg University students make spring 2014 Dean's List

Committed to academic excellence, Wittenberg University regularly recognizes students who maintain high educational standards. Elias Symons, class of 2016 and Maria Symons, class of 2017, both of Escondido were named to the Spring 2014 Dean's List at Wittenberg....more»

Stone Brewing Co. to be first American craft brewer to own brewery in Europe

The 10th largest craft brewer in the United States, Stone Brewing Co., has announced plans to open a production brewery and expansive destination restaurant in Berlin, Germany....more»

Roadrunner goes international

Brittney Usher was very blessed to study abroad in Regensburg, Germany for the fall semester of her sophomore year at Corban University. She was allowed to travel to whichever countries she desired to travel during her weeks off....more»

FHA Insured Retirement Stability

Seniors are surprised and comforted with the stability an FHA insured reverse mortgage can give to their retirement. For homeowners 62 or older with significant equity in their homes, a reverse mortgage can help them improve cash flow, get a lump sum of cash, and even establish a line of credit for future expenses, all without incurring a monthly payment and actually eliminating their monthly mortgage payment while maintaining full title to their home....more»
Valley Center Oil Crop