PALA TODAY – Thursday 5/21/2015
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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
Chance of showers tonight … the full Memorial Weekend forecast is coming up. (below)
A second Camp Pendleton Marine has died following the crash of a helicopter on a training mission in Oahu, Hawaii. The identity of the second Marine was not released in yesterday’s report. A hard landing last Sunday by an MV-22 Osprey assigned to the 15th Marine Expeditionary Unit from Camp Pendleton initially resulted in the death of Lance Cpl. Joshua Burton of Spokane and injuries to 20 others. Now a second Marine has died from that accident. http://villagenews.com/local/second-marine-loses-his-life-after-crash-in-hawaii/
A crash yesterday morning before 7:30 involving several vehicles in Murrieta left one woman seriously injured and several other people with moderate injuries. Apparently the driver of an F250 pickup experienced a medical issue as he made a left turn from Calle Del Oso Oro to southbound Washington Avenue. That truck hit five other vehicles before coming to a stop on the wrong side of the road. http://www.pe.com/articles/crash-767715-oro-oso.html
A Temecula Valley High School student was seriously injured in a fall from a stair railing at the school late yesterday morning. First responders transported the unidentified student to a hospital with critical injuries. Deputies were interviewing witnesses, but a Sheriff’s spokeswoman says the fall appears to have been an accident. http://www.pe.com/articles/student-767713-railing-fall.html
The Fallbrook Union Elementary School district’s motion for a retrial and judgment notwithstanding the verdict was denied last week in the wrongful termination suit of former district IT Director Elaine Allyn. In denying the motion, Vista Superior Court Judge Jacqueline Stern said the evidence supports the jury’s verdict that the Fallbrook school district wrongfully fired Allyn and retaliated against her. The jury was unanimous in its verdict on the charge of retaliation for whistleblowing. The school district plans to appeal. http://villagenews.com/local/judge-denies-re-trial-request-by-fuesd-district-to-appeal/
Fallbrook High School has received a three-year accreditation from the Western Association of Schools and Colleges. A 2 ½ day visit by a WASC committee of four educators in March checked up on the school’s progress towards goals set during the last visit. A 21-member board of WASC commissioners reviewed Fallbrook’s Self-Study Document and the visiting committee’s report and on May 5th sent a letter to the school district announcing three additional years of accreditation status through June of 2018. http://villagenews.com/local/fuhs-completes-successful-accreditation-process/
The Board of Directors of the Valley Center Municipal Water District this week unanimously approved provisions to meet the Governor’s mandate to reduce overall district consumption by 36% this year. Based on staff recommendation, the local water district is adopting the San Diego County Water Authority’s restrictions on outdoor watering to twice weekly between the hours of 4p to 10a on Mondays and Fridays. Drip irrigation is OK anytime. All water leaks must repaired within three days of notification. Water must not be applied to hard surfaces and runoff due to overwatering can be cited. Use of hand held hoses with positive shut-off and buckets is allowed anytime and are required for washing of vehicles. District Operations and Facilities staff members will be looking for violations, but initially only warning will be issued. http://www.valleycenter.com/Articles-Top-Story-Headline-c-2015-05-18-91819.113122-VCMWD-Drought-Response-Program-relying-on-the-kindness-of-customers.html
Escondido City Councilmembers decided at last night’s meeting that they’re keeping their options open on whether or not to appeal a judge’s ruling in favor of the developer of the former Escondido Country Club. Coming out of closed session, City Attorney Jeff Epp read a statement that the council had directed him to maintain all options regarding potential litigation. Developer Michael Schlesinger had made an offer Tuesday offering to settle the lawsuit against the city in exchange for allowing him to build the 270 homes he had proposed for the land – less than half the number allowed by the property’s zoning. The judge’s ruling that Schlesinger can build on the land severely limits the amount of damages he can seek from the city to only what he has suffered from the 20-month delay in his building plans. http://www.utsandiego.com/news/2015/may/20/escondido-keeps-options-open-on-club-ruling/
A lawsuit has been filed against the city of Escondido this week on an unrelated matter – the city’s refusal to allow a temporary residential facility for undocumented children. Southwest Key Programs has been trying unsuccessfully to establish such a center for unaccompanied minors from Central America in the city for over a year. The Texas-based company alleges the city has “manipulated the land use process, amended zoning codes, and unjustifiably refuses to grant necessary permits.” The suit was filed on behalf of Southwest Key by the ACLU. http://www.utsandiego.com/news/2015/may/19/escondido-lawsuit-immigrant-shelter-aclu/
There were a series of earthquakes last night beginning about 8:15p midway between Calipatria and Octotillo Wells, at the southeastern shore of Salton Sea. The first and largest was a magnitude 4.1. Five more hit within a mile over the next two hours measuring 2.9, 2.8, 3.3, 2.6, and another 3.3 just after 10p. No reports of damage. www.usgs.gov
Watch out for those wascally wabbits. Sheriff’s deputies in Moreno Valley issued 29 citations to motorists during a one-hour sting operation Tuesday for failure to yield to a pedestrian in a crosswalk … or was it a rabbit in a crosswalk? Between 2 and 3p Tuesday, an officer wearing a white rabbit costume repeatedly stepped into a crosswalk at a Moreno Valley intersection heavily used by students walking to and from nearby schools. Sheriffs said they used the rabbit costume because many motorists reported during previous crosswalk stings that they didn’t see the pedestrian. Apparently on Tuesday at least 29 couldn’t see a 6-foot tall white rabbit either. No report of how many texted about or selfied themselves with the giant rabbit. http://myvalleynews.com/regional-news/with-officer-in-a-rabbit-costume-29-citations-issued-to-motorists-in-moreno-valley-who-failed-to-stop-for-pedestrians/
In the NBA playoffs – LeBron James and the Cleveland Cavaliers take the early lead in the Eastern Conference finals with a 97-89 win in Game 1 over the Hawks in Atlanta last night. Hawks forward DeMarre Carrol has been diagnosed with a sprained left knee. His status for Game 2 of that series Friday is questionable. Golden State hosts the Rockets for Game 2 of the Western series tonight. The Warriors won the first game in Oakland.
LeBron James and Golden State guard Stephen Curry were both unanimous selections to the All-NBA first team, each garnering all 129 first place votes. They’re joined by Houston guard James Harden with 125 votes, New Orleans forward/center Anthony Davis with 119, and Memphis Grizzlies center Marc Gasol with 65. LA Clippers’ Chris Paul made second team and Blake Griffin was voted onto the third team. http://espn.go.com/nba/story/_/id/12926145/2014-15-all-nba-first-team-lebron-james-stephen-curry-james-harden-anthony-davis-marc-gasol
In the NHL playoffs – another overtime game – this only only went one extra period with the Lightning winning 6-5 and taking a 2 games to one lead in the Eastern Conference Finals. The Ducks play the Blackhawks in Chicago tonight at 5p local time. That series is tied at 1.
In Major League Baseball – The Padres lost to the Cubs in Chicago yesterday 3-2. Kris Byrant drove in the go-ahead run with a sacrifice fly in the 5th inning. Chicago starter Tsuyoshi Wada struck out nine Padres, but left the game after 4 2/3rds innings with a pulled muscle. He opened this season on the disabled list and has made six rehab starts. His only mistake was a two-run homer by Justin Upton in the fourth. Upton leads the Padres with 11 runs this year. The Dodgers got skunked by the Giants 4-0 in San Francisco. The Angels beat the Blue Jays 4-3 in Toronto. Filling in for the injured Albert Pujols, Marc Krauss hit a go-ahead two-run double. Pujols left the game after being hit on the left hand by a pitch in the fourth inning. Angels general manager Jerry Dipoto says xrays came back negative. Pujols will be day to day until the bruise goes away. All the same teams play again today.
In the Minors – The Storm have now lost six in a row, dropping a second game to Visalia last night at the Diamond 3-1. They try to avoid the sweep tonight. Stockton will be in town for four games beginning tomorrow.
In golf – Round 1 is underway at Colonial Country Club in Fort Worth. The early leader after 10 holes was George McNeill at four under par. At the PGA Championship in Wentworth where Rory McIlroy is the defending champion, Francesco Molinari leads after the first round with a 7-under par 65. McIlroy is tied for 26th with a 71. http://espn.go.com/golf/leaderboard?tour=euro
The NASCAR Sprint Cup Series at Charlotte is this Sunday.
In High School prep sports, the year is winding down:
Fallbrook – no scheduled games today
Valley Center – varsity baseball hosting Oceanside today at 3:30
Great Oak – no scheduled games today
Stocks are once again almost flat. The Dow is up just one point. The NASDAQ up 10, the S&P up three.
Shares in Shake Shack hit a record high after rumors of plans for a “Chicken Shack”. They filed for the trademark last month, though the company says it’s just so they can add a chicken sandwiches to the menu. http://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2015-05-21/shake-shack-trademark-filing-fuels-chicken-sandwich-speculation
CVS plans to buy Omnicare in a $12.7b pharmacy expansion deal.
Operator of the local multiple listing service, Sandicor reports that real estate sales have been consistent over the last year, dropping a bit from March to April, but that the average selling price per square foot for homes in the Fallbrook and Bonsall area rose about 7% over the last year. The average per square foot in April of 2014 was $209. This past April it was $225. The average sales price for Fallbrook and Bonsall rose 18% to over $607k. That could be due to more higher-priced and larger properties selling recently. Sales volume was down from 71 sales in March to 64 last month. http://villagenews.com/realestate/sales-steady-prices-up-in-fallbrookbonsall-real-estate-in-april/
About 2.7m Southern Californians and 4.4m residents statewide say they’ll be taking a long getaway this Memorial Day Weekend. That’s a 4.6% increase over last year and the largest overall number since 2005, according to the Automobile Club of Southern California. It’s also the biggest one-year jump in the last five years. 83% are expected to travel by car – that’s up 5.6%. 260k SoCal folks will fly – 2.6% more than last year. But only 183k local travelers will use an RV. That’s a 3.4% decrease from last year. The Auto Club says the most popular destinations for Southern Californians are, in order: San Diego, San Francisco, the Grand Canyon, Mexico, and Las Vegas. Gas prices, while hovering around an average of nearly $4 a gallon, are lower than this same time last year. And for those traveling out of state, or even to Northern California, gas prices are considerably lower elsewhere, by up to a dollar a gallon or more. http://myvalleynews.com/local/memorial-day-weekend-travel-expected-to-increase-4-6-percent-over-last-year-a-positive-economic-indicator/
LIFESTYLE AND GREEN LIVING
The 6th annual American Freedom Festival is this weekend on board the USS Midway Museum including a benefit concert Saturday by Wynonna Judd. The website for more information is www.Midway.org
And the Rolling Stones kick off a 15-city U.S. Tour Sunday at Petco Park in San Diego – officially anyway. They did a surprise show last night at the Fonda Theater in LA as a warm up for Sunday. Tickets were only available at the RollingStones.com website. Reviews say last night’s show went well. Petco Park is sold out with tickets available through resale in the $200 range. Gates open at 6.
Here’s the Pala Safety Committee Tip for the month of May. Hot weather is here and it’s time to clear away dead brush. But remember to be safe when clearing your brush. In recent years many brush fires have started from sparks produced by metal blades on motorized equipment. Here are some tips to keep in mind:
- Cut all grass and weeds down to three-inches or less for a minimum of 200 feet from all structures.
- Always have a water source readily available … a garden hose or even a few buckets of water.
- Avoid clearing brush during the peak temperatures of the day, between 11:00am and 3:00pm and on days when a Red Flag Alert has been declared by the Fire Department.
- Always make sure the hot exhaust on any motorized equipment stays clear of any vegetation.
- Do not use metal blades on weed whackers/whips. Use nylon line or plastic blades instead.
- Always wear safety glasses and gloves.
These tips were provided by the National Safety Council, the Los Angeles Fire Department and the Pala Safety Committee.
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Pala Weather – cloudy with a chance of drizzle today … 30% chance of showers and thunderstorms after 11p tonight, increasing to 40% tomorrow … winds gusting up to 25 miles an hour both days … clouds giving way to a little sunshine Saturday afternoon … high temperatures about 66 all three days … sunny afternoon Sunday with a high of 69 … cloudy mornings with sunny afternoons and highs around 73 Monday through the first half of next 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.
An all-night wake for Pastor Richard Dominguez Sr. begins Friday night, May 22nd at Kish-hati-wenet Church on West Pala Mission Road. Services will be Saturday at 10a at the church with burial and Pala Graveyard and luncheon at Pala Administration building.
The 18th annual American Heritage Car Show is from 9 to 3 Saturday, May 23rd at Grape Day Park in Escondido. The event-sponsoring Escondido History Center will be open for tours. www.EscondidoHistory.org
There’s a 2-day Traditional Health Gathering at Pala Rey Youth Camp Memorial weekend, May 23 & 24, with recreational activities, screenings, native crafts, and healthy food. Call IHC at 760 749 1410 or go to www.IndianHealth.com for details.
The 50th annual Fallbrook Vintage Car Show is Sunday, May 24th at Pala Mesa Country Club from 9:30 to 3. There’s a free Beatles tribute concert from 1 to 3. Admission is free. www.FallbrookVintageCarClub.org
There’s a Memorial Day gathering Monday, May 25th at 10a at Pauma Graveyard and 11a at Pala Cemetery to pay tribute to our Sleeping Warriors. Lunch & entertainment following services at Pala Park. For details, call Tim Ravago at 760 644 1320
Tribes 4 Christ’s next food bank and clothing drive is Monday, May 25th beginning at 3 at the La Jolla Tribal Hall gym on Highway 76. 760 742 1481
There’s a law enforcement and public safety career fair coming up at Pacific Views Event Center on Camp Pendleton Thursday, May 28 from 10a to 2p. 760 725 9478 https://www.eventbrite.com/e/law-enforcement-public-safety-career-fair-tickets-16290444157
CPR, defibrilator and First Aid training certification is being held at the Pala Fire Station Friday, May 29th from 9 to 2:30. Contact Scott Illions at 760 742 1632 to enroll.
The Pala Environmental Department is holding a Household Hazardous and E-Waste Collection the week of June 1st through 6th at Pala Transfer Station on Highway 76 across from Pala Raceway. For a list of acceptable items, go to http://ped.palatribe.com or call 760 742 1781
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 June 2nd. For information, contact the Pala Tribal Secretary’s office at 760 891 3516.
IHC in Rincon is holding a Pill Take Back Day Wednesday, June 3 from 10 to 2 at the Health Center Golsh Road. They’re accepting any expired, unwanted or unused medicines – no questions asked. Medicines only – no medical waste. Call 760 749 1410 for details.
Inland Valley CERT training certification is being offered on the four Saturdays in June from 9 to 3 at the Pala Fire Station. To register for the free four-week series co-ordinated through Inter Tribal Long Term Recovery call Alex Hunter at 760 297 2329.
The San Luis Rey Band of Mission Indians’ 19th annual Inter-Tribal Pow Wow is Saturday and Sunday, June 13th & 14th at San Luis Rey Mission on Mission Road in Oceanside. There’ll be contest dancing, food, arts & crafts vendors 9a-11p Saturday and 10a-6p Sunday. www.SLRMissionIndians.org
The Annual Harold Siva Sr. fastpitch softball tournament is July 17-19th at Jim Banks Sports Park in Pala. Double elimination mens’ and womens’ divisions. Entries are due by July 10th. Call the Pala Fire Department for information 760 994 8110.
The Roadrunners Walking Club meets every Tuesday and Thursday morning from 9 to 10 at the Rincon Baseball Park. And there’s circuit training at 15 workout stations Mondays at 10 at Pala Youth Center. Everybody is welcome. Call Alyssa at IHC for more information. 760 749 1410 x5263
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 Mondays. 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 skate boarding only. Call Pala Fitness Center for information at 760 891 3503. Note that the Fitness Center is now closed on Sundays.
Basket weaving classes are offered twice a month Sundays from 2 to 4 at the Pala Old Tribal Hall. The instructor is Rosie Salinas. Call the Cupa Cultural Center for more information at 760 891 3590
Enrollment is now open for Pala Little Feathers Preschool. The preschool is staffed with credentialed, experienced teachers. And free GED and High School math tutoring is available by appointment only at Pala Library. For more information on either program, call Pala Learning Center at 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 and a domestic violence support group Wednesday afternoons from 3:30 to 6 at IHC on Golsh Road in Rincon. There’s also a Wellness Workshop the 4th Wednesday of every month from 1 to 2p at the Pala Admin building with games, crafts, informational presentations and snacks. 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.
- Tue May 26 – Frank DeSalvo, tribute to Frank Sinatra
- Tue Jun 2 – The Neil Deal, tribute to Neil Young
- Tue Jun 9 – Dean Colley, tribute to Neil Diamond
- Tue Jun 16 – Jeff Johnson, tribute to Sam Cooke
- Tue Jun 23 – John Mueller, tribute to Roger Miller
- Tue Jun 30 – Paperback Writer, tribute to The Beatles
Infinity – Saturday night tribute shows at 8p followed by Club Infinity until 1a
- Sat May 30 – ThundHerstruck, all-girl tribute to AC/DC
- Fri Jun 5 – Oak Grove Center Benefit Concert with four American Idol stars 7:30p
- Sat Jun 6 – Thunder Road, tribute to Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band
- Sat Jun 13 – Soul to Soul, tribute to Stevie Ray Vaughn
- Sat Jun 20 – The Police Experience, tribute to The Police
- Sat Jun 27 – The Long Run, tribute to The Eagles
Pala Events Center
- Mon Jun 1 – Theresa Caputo 7:30p – SOLD OUT
- Sat Oct 10 – Colin Mochrie and Brad Sherwood 7:30p
Starlight outdoor Theater
- Sat May 23 – Queen Nation and Zeppelin USA 7:30p – GRAND OPENING
- Fri May 29 – Creedence Clearwater Revisitied 8p
- Sat June 6 – Whitesnake 7p
- Fri June 12 – Frankie Valli & The Four Seasons 8p
- Sat Jun 27 – Chubby Checker 7:30p
- Sat Jul 11 – Cheech and Chong with WAR 7:30p
- Fri Jul 17 – Alice in Chains
- Sat Jul 25 – Aaron Lewis
- Thu Jul 30 – Huey Lewis and the News 8p
- Sat Aug 8 – Russell Peters 7:30p
- Fri Aug 28 – Rock of the 70s Tour with The Guess Who, Ambrosia, Firefall and Al Stewart 8p
- Sat Sep 5 – Yes and Toto 6:30p
- Fri Sep 25 – Rascal Flatts 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
NEW Sat 11p – “Futuresound” – electronic music hosted by Cuscino – 60 minutes – 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 Mon-Sat 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/
Save time searching online with quick, organized listings of all major websites www.AllMyFaves.com
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/