PALA TODAY – Tuesday 1/27/2015
by John Fox - The following items are part of the award-winning “Pala Today” newscast heard this day at noon on PALA REZ RADIO™ 91.3 FM in Pala and worldwide online … click here to listen live or call 1 832 999 1123. Note: Some portions of today’s newscast are only available in the live broadcast and not included in this transcript.
LOCAL AND REGIONAL HEADLINES
The predicted record-setting blizzard in the Northeast is falling short of dire predictions. It’s still expected to leave up to two feet of snow in some areas, but not New York City. Eastern Long Island and southern New England are catching the worst of it.
Locally, Pala got a pretty good rain yesterday afternoon. North County storm totals ranged from a few hundredths of inch at the beaches to a little under a half inch on Palomar Mountain. The observatory got a third of an inch, as did Rincon and eastern Valley Center. Temecula, Murrieta, Couser Canyon and Rainbow had a quarter inch each. Fallbrook and Escondido had .20 hundredths. Bonsall had .17 hundredths. Vail Lake had 4 tenths of an inch and Sage reported just over a half inch. Another much weaker storm is on the way for this weekend. The full forecast is coming up. (below)
There was a fatal car crash in yesterday afternoon’s rain on Sage Road about 4 miles southeast of Diamond Valley Lake. An unidentified driver lost control on a rain slick curve, over-corrected and rolled the car. As it rolled, the roof hit a tree, collapsing it into the drivers’ compartment. http://www.pe.com/articles/road-758963-crash-motorist.html
Wet roads may have been a factor in a big rig jack knife that blocked both directions of East Mission Road in Fallbrook yesterday afternoon around 3:30. http://www.thevillagenews.com/story/83285/
An 18-year old Riverside man was arrested for felony DUI after a solo vehicle wreck on northbound I-15 in Murrieta Sunday left one of his passengers with fatal injuries. Calvin Alexander Cerda sustained moderate injuries after allegedly falling asleep at the wheel approaching Murrieta Hot Springs Road. He awoke as the truck began swerving. The truck he was driving overturned multiple times, landing in the center median. Three back seat passengers were not wearing seat belts. Two of them were ejected from the truck. http://www.myvalleynews.com/story/83284/
28-year old Temecula soccer coach, Reedham Bansi Patel was booked into Southwest Detention Center last week following a two-week investigation for commercial burglary, check forgery and fraud. The investigation began December 31st after representatives of a local adult soccer league reported Patel had bounced checks written to the league. Patel is free on bail. His lawyer says it’s all a misunderstanding and that the complaint may have been the result of an argument between Patel and another person involved with the league. http://www.pe.com/articles/soccer-758961-patel-suspicion.html
A customer in a Vista restaurant was shot as the place was being robbed last night. The armed thief entered Bistro 760 on East Vista Way and demanded money at about 8:20p. Investigators believe the shooting was an unfortunate random act. The woman’s injuries were non-life threatening. The robber got away with cash. He’s described as a 35 to 45-year old Latino, between 5 foot 6 and 5 foot 9 and about 165 pounds. http://www.utsandiego.com/news/2015/jan/26/one-shot-vista-robbery/
The San Manuel tribe has made a second $6m donation to the fledgling FNX, or First Nations Experience television network, operated out of the studios of public television station KVCR in San Bernardino. FNX went on the air just over three years ago on a sub-channel of KVCR. It now has eleven affiliate stations. The amount of the gift is quite large by local public broadcasting standards. Even one million dollar gifts are rare at the local level. The tribe’s latest donation will go mainly to expand programming content. http://www.pe.com/articles/san-758968-fnx-band.html
There’s repaving work today on Highway 76 from mile marker 23 to 35 in Pauma Valley with one-way escorted traffic until 6 tonight. Expect delays up to a half hour. More of the same is scheduled for tomorrow and Thursday.
In the NFL – Ted Wells, the investigator hired by the league to get to the bottom of the underinflated football scandal from the AFC Championship Game says the full investigation will take several more weeks, but that particular interest is being paid to a Patriots locker room attendant who slipped into a bathroom for about 90 seconds with all 24 balls provided by the two teams on his way to the field. http://espn.go.com/boston/nfl/story/_/id/12232207/nfl-looking-new-england-patriots-locker-room-attendant-deflategate-investigation
Patriots’ owner Robert Kraft made a surprise appearance at the team’s news conference yesterday to say that the NFL will owe his team a big apology if its investigation doesn’t uncover any wrongdoing in the Deflate-gate controversy. He stopped short of suggesting “double or nothing”. http://espn.go.com/boston/nfl/story/_/id/12233567/robert-kraft-new-england-patriots-expects-apology-nfl-find-deflategate-culprit
And the media circus that is the week before Super Bowl is in full swing with JJ Watt from the Houston Texans showing off his jumping skills on the Jimmy Kimmel show – in a suit and tie no less! Marshawn Lynch still won’t speak to the real press, but does speak at a fake press conference in the latest ad campaign for Skittles. Spoiler alert – when online, he prefers cat videos. http://www.foxsports.com/nfl/laces-out/super-bowl-2015-seahawks-patriots-marshawn-lynch-skittles-press-conference-012715
Meanwhile fans and Vegas oddsmakers are betting on New England in Sunday’s big game.
In the NBA – Both the games scheduled for last night in New York were postponed due to the blizzard – that was Portland at Brooklyn, and the Sacramento Kings at the Knicks. The Clippers staged a 4th quarter comeback to beat the visiting Denver Nuggets 102-98. The Lakers host Washington tonight.
Kobe Bryant will have surgery tomorrow to repair damage to his right rotator cuff. That will probably keep him out the rest of the season, his 19th in the NBA. It’ll also be the third consecutive season he’s ended early with injuries. http://espn.go.com/los-angeles/nba/story/_/id/12232146/kobe-bryant-los-angeles-lakers-shoulder-surgery
In college hoops – Just two top 25 games last night - #13 North Carolina beat Syracuse 93-83 and #15 Iowa State beat #19 Texas 89-86. Tonight, San Diego State hosts Fresno State
In the NHL – The second half of the season begins tonight with the 1st place Anaheim Ducks at Vancouver. Nashville trails Anaheim by three points and leads the Western Conference Central division. A point back, Tampa Bay is first in the Eastern Conference Atlantic division. One more point back, the New York Islanders are tops in the Metropolitan division – 4th place overall.
The Anaheim Ducks organization will buy AHL affiliate, the Norfolk Admirals and move the team to San Diego this fall to be part of the league’s new Pacific division. The AHL board of governors approved the deal Sunday. Teams will be based in San Diego, Bakersfield, Ontario, Stockton and San Jose. All the minor league franchises are being relocated by their NHL affiliates. The Ducks new team will probably play at Valley View Center – the old Sports Arena, which hasn’t seen ice hockey since the Gulls. The official AHL announcement of all of this will be Thursday. http://www.utsandiego.com/news/2015/jan/26/anaheim-ducks-san-diego-hockey-norfolk-admirals/
In High School prep sports:
Fallbrook – girls JV water polo all day at the San Diego Open; soccer against Mission Vista beginning at 3:30, boys hosting, girls away; JV basketball at Mission Vista, boys at 4p, girls at 5:30; varsity basketball hosting Mission Vista, girls at 5:30, boys at 7
Valley Center – all games today are against Ramona – soccer at 3:30 with boys hosting and girls away; JV basketball away with girls at 4, boys at 5:30; varsity basketball hosting with girls at 5:30 and boys at 7
Great Oak – girls water polo at Murrieta Mesa beginning at 3:30
Stocks are down significantly today – at noon our time, almost 1% for the S&P 500 and a little over 1% for blue chips. Crude oil is back above $46 a barrel. Today’s market is being driven by a drop in durable-goods orders and disappointing results from big guns like Caterpillar and Microsoft, heightening concern about the strength of the economy. Microsoft is down 9%. Caterpillar down 7 ½%. Nine of ten main industries in the S&P 500 declined today. Losses in the tech sector were the most since 2011.
A travel ban was lifted this morning as the big New York blizzard turned out to be less than forecast. There had been talk of shutting down the New York Stock Exchange today. That hadn’t happened due to snow since 1996.
Multinational corporations flooded the market with fourth-quarter results today as Federal Reserve officials gather in Washington for a two-day policy meeting. They try to decide if falling oil prices, the economic slowdown in Europe and possible fallout from the Greek elections will threaten U.S. recovery as it considers railing interest rates. http://www.bloomberg.com/news/2015-01-27/u-s-index-futures-decline-as-microsoft-drops-on-license-sales.html
Apple Pay, the company’s payments service launched three months ago is making progress where other mobile wallets have failed. People are actually starting to use it. MacDonald’s and Walgreens were both early adopters and say that twice as many shoppers are using wireless readers at their stores since Apple Pay arrived. Previous efforts by Google, eBay and others failed because consumers didn’t see the advantage over swiping a card. Tech experts attribute the difference this time to Apple’s loyal iPhone following, a massive marketing push from banks and credit card issuers, and security concerns about cards following breaches at Target, Home Depot and other major retailers. Apple stock is down 1.5% today, but so are most stocks – especially techs. http://www.marketwatch.com/story/inroads-made-by-apple-pay-propel-mobile-wallet-idea-2015-01-26
More good news for Apple – strong sales of iPhones are lifting the company close to Samsung as the world’s top seller of smart phones. Samsung took that title from Apple in the third quarter of 2011, though it still wasn’t as profitable. Samsung shipped about 78m smart phones in the third quarter of 2014, good for about a 25% share of the global market, down from 34% a year earlier according to research firm, Canalys. http://www.marketwatch.com/story/apples-iphone-closing-in-on-samsungs-smartphone-2015-01-26
If you have dealings with the federal government, whether it’s Social Security or the IRS, prepare to be even more annoyed than ever before. According to the American Customer Satisfaction Index, our satisfaction with the federal government has hit an all-time low. Our government now scores 64.4 out of a possible 100 in terms of customer satisfaction. The average for all industries is 75. It’s worse than airlines or even the cable company. ACSI has been keeping track since 2007. http://www.marketwatch.com/story/americans-hate-the-federal-government-now-more-than-ever-2015-01-27
LIFESTYLE AND GREEN LIVING
With gasoline prices headed for new lows, this is a great time to buy a hybrid or all-electric. No, really. Because gas prices are so low, Ford’s Focus Electric is currently selling at an average discount of 16% below MSRP. TrueCar, Inc. has it at the top of its list of best deals for January. Toyota Prius buyers can expect to get an average of 10% off the Prius Two’s $25,025 sticker price this month. Do you really want to spend the extra to get a super-efficient hybrid or EV right now? Probably not right now. But low gas prices aren’t going to last forever. Certainly not as long as your new car purchase. Experts say look past the next few months or years when making the decision to go green with a new car. https://blog.gasbuddy.com/posts/Is-now-the-time-to-buy-a-hybrid-or-EV/1715-597674-2845.aspx
And what about the future of gasoline prices? The analysts at GasBuddy.com say we’re probably at the low point right now. Market forces are keeping retail prices stable even though wholesale prices have gone up a little lately. Gas Buddy expects the average price of a gallon of regular to increase about ten cents next month and 20 cents each of the next two months after that to a high for the year of about $3 a gallon in May. They’re then predicting a slow decline back to about where it is now for next winter. http://media.gasbuddy.com/content/docs/2015forecast.pdf
Though the average price of a gallon of regular is stable at 2.43 today in San Diego County, prices at the cheapest stations in Escondido have risen a bit. Several were at $2.09 over the weekend. Today the lowest is $2.15 at United Oil on West Mission. Costco in San Marcos jumped ten cents to $2.19. In the Temecula Valley, the lowest price today is $2.29 at Costco, Sam’s Club and Mobil on Los Alamos. http://www.sandiegogasprices.com/Price_By_County.aspx
At the movies this past weekend, “American Sniper” continued to rake in the bucks. It’s already surpassed the $200m mark in just its second week of wide release. Good word of mouth brought the Bradley Cooper portrayal of the military’s most deadly sniper another $64m in business, more than four times the amount earned by the #2 movie, “The Boy Next Door”, a new release starring Jennifer Lopez,Ryan Guzman, John Corbett and Kristin Chenowith. Next came “Paddington” and “The Wedding Ringer”, both in their second week. “Taken 3” is at 5th place in week 3. After 9 weeks, “The Imitation Game”, the World War II code breaking story remains in 6th place, same as last week. New releases, the animated “Strange Magic” and “Mortdecai” starring Johnny Depp opened to very poor reviews and slow business at 7th and 9th place with $5.5m and $4.2m in ticket sales respectively. The 8th and 10th place movies this past weekend were “Selma” and “Into the Woods”. http://boxofficemojo.com/weekend/chart/?yr=2015&wknd=04&p=.htm
Here’s the Pala Safety Committee tip of the month for January…
The Kitchen is the place where more fires happen than any other room in the house. To avoid cooking fires…
- Don’t wear loose clothing or let sleeves dangle when cooking
- If you leave the kitchen unattended, even for a moment, turn off the stove
- Check food regularly while cooking
- Use a timer to remember that the stove or oven is on
- Keep children away from the cooking area
- Keep anything flammable away from the stove, including wooden utensils, pot holders, towels and curtains
- Keep cooking surfaces clean to prevent grease buildup
- Buy and keep a fully-charged grease fire-rated extinguisher in the kitchen
- Treat minor cooking burns by running cool water over the skin for up to 20 minutes. Don’t use cold or ice water. The extreme cold constricts blood vessels and that can worsen the injury
These tips were provided by the American Red Cross, the National Fire Protection Association and the Pala Safety Committee.
Always check with the Pala Fire Department before starting any open fires. Call 760 742 1632 to get the day’s Cal Fire and APCD recommendations. Today (1/27) is a permissible burn day in Pala based on air quality standards. There is a controlled burn planned today along Lilac Extension.
Wednesday’s (1/28) menu for the Pala Senior lunch program – rosemary chicken, peas & carrots, salad, and yogurt
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Pala Weather – mostly sunny today and tomorrow with a high of 72 today … mid-70s tomorrow and Thursday … partly sunny Thursday and Friday which will be the coolest day of the week at 67 … a slight chance of showers Friday night in to Saturday … sunny and 76 for the start of next week … overnight lows in the mid-40s all week
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PALA COMMUNITY CALENDAR – the Community Events and Casino Corner portions of this newsletter can be heard three times daily Mon-Sun on Rez Radio, at 7:25a, 12:25p (in Pala Today M-F), and at 5:25p as the “Pala Community Calendar”. Submit items for PCC to firstname.lastname@example.org at least a week before the event.
The San Diego Blood Bank will be at Albertson’s in Fallbrook Monday, January 26th accepting blood donations from 1 to 6p. Appointments can be scheduled at 800 469 7322 or at their website www.SanDiegoBlookBank.org
The next Tribes 4 Christ Food Bank and Clothing Drive is Monday, January 26th from 3 to 4:30 at La Jolla Tribal Hall gym, 22000 Highway 76 in Pauma Valley. 760 742 1481
Conversational language classes in Pa’enexily are offered every other Tuesday from 2:30 to 4:30 at the Pala Admin building main hall. Classes are free and open to everyone. The next class is January 27th. For information, contact the Pala Tribal Secretary’s office at 760 891 3516.
Air Force Blackbird Spy Plane pilot Rod Dyckman will speak and take questions about his flying career at Fallbrook Public Library’s community room, Wednesday, January 28th beginning at 7p. The event is free. 760 731 4650
Rita Coolidge performs a benefit concert for the Boys and Girls Clubs of North County at the Bob Burton Center for the Performing Arts at Fallbrook High School Saturday, Feb 28 at 7p. www.BGCNorthCounty.org
Enrollment is now open for Pala Little Feathers Preschool. This year’s program has been expanded to allow enrollment of more 3-year olds. The preschool is staffed with credentialed, experienced teachers. There is one 2-year old class, two 3-year year old, and two 4-year old classes. Call Monica at 760 742 1997 for more information.
Pala Raceway is now once again open to the public. This time it’s operated by the Pala Band of Mission Indians. Hours are 9 to 4 Tuesdays through Sundays. Closed Monday. For information go to Instagram and search “OfficialPalaRaceway”. http://instagram.com/officialpalaraceway/
Pala Skate Park is open to BMX riders-only from 2p until dusk Wednesdays and Sundays. All other days are skaters-only Call Bruce at Pala Fitness Center for information at 760 891 3503.
The Pala Learning Center is offering free GED and High School math tutoring by appointment at Pala Library weekdays from 4:30 to 6. For more information call Monica at Pala Learning Center, 760 742 1997.
Al-Anon meetings are Monday evenings at 7:30 and Narcotics Anonymous meets Thursdays at 7p at the Pala Admin building.
Indian Health Council runs a pain management support group Wednesday mornings from 10 to 11a at IHC in Rincon. You can find out more at www.IndianHealth.com or by calling 760 749 1410 x5246.
Event listings and info to help you enjoy Pala’s own four-diamond Casino, Spa and Resort – (Auto Club rating, nine consecutive years) http://www.palacasino.com/entertainment/events-schedule/
Click here for poker promotions http://www.palacasino.com/casino/poker/promotions/
Click here for poker tournament calendar http://www.palacasino.com/casino/poker/tournaments-calendar/
Pala Box Office 1 877 946 7252 or www.startickets.com
Infinity – Tuesday afternoons – 60 Plus Club from 11 to 3p with live shows at 1.
- Tues Jan 27 – Creedence Relived, tribute to Creedence Clearwater Revival
- Tues Feb 3 – The Saxations, all-girl saxophone quartet
- Tues Feb 10 – Coastriders, Southern California beach music
- Tues Feb 17 – Priscilla Preston, tribute to Patsy Cline
- Tues Feb 24 – Mark Barnett, tribute to Roy Orbison
Infinity – Saturday night tribute shows at 8p followed by Club Infinity until 1a
- Sat Jan 31 – Atomic Punks, tribute to Van Halen
- Sat Feb 7 – Wayward Sons, tribute to 70s and 80s rock
- Sat Feb 14 – Arrival From Sweden, “The Music of ABBA”
- Sat Feb 21 – Dog n’ Butterfly, tribute to Heart
- Sat Feb 28 – David Brighton, tribute to David Bowie
Pala Events Center
- Saturday, February 7 – Pops Fernandez with Society of Seven (Filipino concert) 7:30p
- Saturday, February 21 – Jim Jeffries 7:30p
- Saturday, March 7 – Bobby Kim with Shin Hyo Bum and Little Psy (Korean concert) 7:30p
- Saturday, March 14 – Ringo Starr and his All Starr Band 7:30p
- Saturday. March 28 – Pepe Aguilar 7:30p
- Friday, May 1 – Gabriel Iglesias 8p
REZ RADIO 91.3 FM PROGRAMMING LINEUP as of 5/5/14
M-F 9a – “Democracy Now!” – a daily independent global news hour hosted by Amy Goodman and Juan Gonzalez – 60 min – live – from Pacifica network
M-F 10a - “Native America Calling” – live national call-in talk – 60 min – live – from NV1 network
M-F 12noon - “Pala Today” – local news, sports, business, weather and features with John Fox – 30 min – live
Every night at 7p – “Rez Radio Reggae Hour” – either “Rez Dub Reggae with Elijah”, “Reggae Makossa with Makeda Dread”, or “Reggae from the Vault” – 60 min – recorded
Every night at midnight - “The Old Time Radio Hour” featuring network radio drama, comedy and variety from the 1930’s, 40’s and 50’s: Mon- “The Great Gildersleeve” and “Pat Novak for Hire”, Tues – “Gunsmoke” and “The Aldrich Family”, Wed – “Fibber McGee and Molly” and “Red Skelton”, Thur – “Dragnet” and “Jack Benny”, Fri – “The Life of Riley” and “Suspense”, Sat –“Tales of the Texas Rangers”and “Abbott and Costello”, Sun – “My Favorite Husband” and “Johnny Dollar” – 60 min recorded (a looooooong time ago)
Mon 11a - "The Treatment" - host Elvis Mitchell interviews movers and shakers from the world of movies, popular art and entertainment - 30 min – recorded – from KCRW, Santa Monica
Mon 11:30a, repeats Tues 12:30p – “Left, Right and Center” – politics, policy and pop culture with Robert Scheer and Rich Lowry – 30 min – recorded – from KCRW, Santa Monica
Mon 12:30p, repeats Sat 7:30a – “Pala Life: Past and Present” – native culture, language and interviews with elders hosted by Eric Ortega . Podcasts available at http://palalifepastandpresent.podbean.com – 30 min – recorded
Mon 6p, repeats Fri 11a – “Back in the Day” – Doots and Darlene host an hour of personally selected music and reminisce about good times on the Rez in Pala. – 60 min – recorded
Tues 11a – “Good Food” – host Evan Kleiman looks at cultures through their food customs, unusual restaurants, the politics of food and the people involved – 60 min – recorded – from KCRW, Santa Monica
Tues 1p - “Mark’s Groovy Trip” – Top 40 ‘70’s music and trivia with Mark Gleason. Podcasts available at http://mandmsgroovytrip.podbean.com – 3 hours – live
Wed 11a – “Between the Lines” with Scott Harris – weekly analysis of news stories that are not in the headlines – 30 minutes – recorded from Pacifica network
Wed 11:30a – “Radio Curious” with Barry Vogel covering a wide array of topics concerning life and ideas – 30 minutes – recorded from Pacifica network
Wed 12:30p, repeat Sun 1:30p – “Galaxy Moonbeam Night Site” with Gilbert Smith, Mike Bragg and the Galaxy Moonbeam Gang talking about the history of media, pop culture and stuff related to the baby boomer generation. Podcasts available at the GMNS web site – 30 min - recorded
Wed 4p - “Heaven Bound Gospel” – locally produced inspirational music with hosts Rev. Dennis Trujillo and Rev. Ken Johnson – 30 min – recorded
Wed 7p – “Rez Dub Reggae” – host Elijah Duro – 60 min - recorded
Thur 11a – “American Indian Living” – host David DeRose MD discussing health issues in Indian country – 60 min – recorded
Thurs 12:30p – “Healthy Rez” – host Irma Bennett with interviews on a variety of subjects important to your good health – 30 min – recorded
Fri 12:30p – “Sea Change Radio” – with Alex Wise … environmental awareness in the 21st century – 30 minutes – recorded from Pacifica Network.
Sat 7a -“Talking Drum” – native music from various pow wows and other recordings from NV1 – 30 min – recorded
Sat 8a, repeats Sun 9p – “Earthsongs” – an hour of contemporary native music hosted by Alexis Sallee from the NV1 network – 60 min - recorded
Sat 9a, repeats Sun 10p – “Voices From the Circle” – Traditional and contemporary native music, storytelling and current events with hosts Jim DeNomie, Barbara Jersey and Shadow – 60 min – recorded
Sat 10a, repeats Sun 8p – “Rockin’ the Rez” – an hour of eclectic folk, rock, native and many other styles of music and interviews with performers hosted by local musician Joel Rafael – 60 min – recorded
Sat 7p – “Reggae Makossa” – reggae music and interviews with world music makers hosted by Makeda Dread from the World Beat Center in San Diego – 60 min – recorded
Sat 8p – “Songs of the Southwest – Bird-style”- native music from all over California and the Four Corners states hosted by Eric Ortega – 30 min – recorded
SUN 9a-noon – “Brunch with Bob and Friends” – Bob Marley and other classic Jamaican reggae with host Tommy Hough – 3 hours – recorded
Sun 1p – Old Time Radio show “Gunsmoke” – originally aired on CBS Radio in the 1940’s and 50’s starring William Conrad. A different episode also heard Tuesday at midnight – 30 min – recorded
Sun 2p – Old Time Radio show “My Favorite Husband” – originally aired on CBS Radio in the 1940’s and 50’s starring Lucille Ball. A different episode also heard Sunday at midnight – 30 min – recorded
Sun 2:30p – Old Time Radio show “Dragnet” – originally aired on NBC Radio in the 1950’s starring Jack Webb. A different episode also heard Thursday at midnight – 30 minutes – recorded
Sun 3p - “Classic Country Saloon” – country music and related artist trivia from the 1930’s to 1970’s hosted by Scott Stone – 30 min – recorded
Sun 3:30p – Old Time Radio show “Fibber McGee and Molly” – originally aired on NBC Radio in the 1940’s and 50’s. A different episode also heard Wednesday at midnight – 30 minutes – recorded
Sun 4p – “Jack’s Tracks” – rock, folk and blues including many local performers, hosted by Chris Carmichael – 3hrs – recorded
Sun 7p – “Rez Dub Reggae encore” – previously aired Rez Dub shows with Elijah – 60 min – recorded
Sun 11p – “Juke in the Back” – an hour of 1940’s and 50’s Rhythm and Blues hosted by Matt the Cat – 60 min – recorded – from Pacifica network
Road closures during severe weather events from the County Public Works Department http://www.sdcdpw.org/emergency only available during severe weather
Cal Fire home page for all wildfire resource links http://www.fire.ca.gov/index.php
Look over this checklist prepared by CalFire to see if you’re ready http://www.readyforwildfire.org/
In an emergency, one of Pala Rez RadioTM's resources for obtaining information is local amateur radio operators. Even if you don’t have a Ham license you can monitor their frequencies: Fallbrook repeater 146.175, Palomar repeater 146.730, RACES repeater 147.195, on any radio that receives the 2 meter band. There are “smart phone” apps that do this too.
Live Audio feeds from the above ham and other Southern California sources including CHP, Sheriff and Escondido police available at http://www.radioreference.com/apps/audio/?action=cwp&ctid=219
The California Department of Forestry's frequency is 151.190 and the CHP is 39.800.
NOAA weather band radio … 162.400 mHz is the strongest of their seven frequencies in Pala or www.noaa.gov
National Poison Control Center – 800 222 1222
California Department of Public Health Information Line: (916) 341-3947; Monday - Friday, 8 a.m. - 5 p.m. http://www.cdph.ca.gov/Pages/DEFAULT.aspx
Indian Health Council Rincon clinic events calendar http://indianhealth.com/calendar.htm 760 749 1410
www.NativeHire.org – a non-profit search engine paid for by employers seeking to hire Native Americans. Search job offers, post resumes and find job skill courses.
California DMV – most registration issues can be handled online at www.dmv.ca.gov Local offices: Temecula at 27851 Diaz Road, Oceanside at 4005 Plaza Drive, and Poway at 13461 Community Road are open 7 to 5 Monday through Friday except Wednesday when they open at 8. Hemet at 1200 S. State St. opens an hour later. 800 777 0133 to make an appointment at any office. The Escondido office has closed but will reopen at a new location in San Marcos possibly next year.
Pala Environmental Department weekly Pala Air Quality Report, various environmental information/facts/pictures, local events like our household hazardous waste days, local pictures of Pala Wildlife, and more https://www.facebook.com/PalaEnvironmentalDepartment
San Luis Rey Watershed Council, cool pictures from Oceanside/Pacific Ocean all the way up past Lake Henshaw, cleanup events, fairs, and other activities individuals/families may find interesting https://www.facebook.com/SanLuisReyWatershedCouncil
Pala Fitness Center - open to the public 7 days a week http://www.palatribe.com/programs/Fitness-Center
Pala Skate Park Facebook page http://www.facebook.com/pages/Pala-Skate-Park/131893240216737
SoCal Citrus tree quarantine and Asian Citrus Psyllid treatment http://www.ipm.ucdavis.edu/EXOTIC/diaphorinacitri.html http://www.cdfa.ca.gov/plant/acp/
U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission (NRC): http://www.nrc.gov/
California Emergency Management Agency (CalEMA): http://www.oes.ca.gov/
County of San Diego Office of Emergency Services: www.ReadySanDiego.org/
Information on the proposed Gregory Canyon landfill. www.savegregorycanyon.org
Check the status of local road and transit projects: http://www.keepsandiegomoving.com/home.aspx
General disaster prep advice: www.ReadySanDiego.org
Live fire-monitoring cameras including Red Mountain, Fallbrook http://hpwren.ucsd.edu/cameras/
Live webcam on top of Palomar Mountain http://palomarmountainwebcam.com/ and a guide to what you’re seeing on this webcam at http://tchester.org/temp/palomar/palomar%20webcam_label.jpg
Fallbrook High School http://www.fallbrookhs.org/index.jsp
Valley Center High School http://vchs.vcpusd.net/
Great Oaks High School in Temecula http://gohs.tvusd.k12.ca.us/
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Consumer Advocate Clark Howard’s website – tons of useful links at http://clarkhoward.com/
Business and auto-related news links at Ed Wallace’s website, http://www.insideautomotive.com/