PALA TODAY – Wednesday 3/29/17 – PT will not air or publish 3/30 or 3/31, returning Monday 4/3
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
There’s a new principal and two new assistant principals at Rincon Middle School in Escondido this week after a video circulated on social media Friday showing two students fighting in front of an administrator who did nothing to break it up. http://www.sandiegouniontribune.com/communities/north-county/
Bart Schwartz, who was elected to the Valley Center/Pauma Unified School District board in the November elections has resigned, citing personal health reasons. The school district is taking applications from interested district residents to serve as an appointed member of the school board to serve out Schwartz’s term. Interviews will be conducted at a special board meeting on April 12. http://www.valleycenter.com/articles/schwartz-resigns-from-school-board/
A 65-year old Oceanside man who set fire to his mobile home, which resulted in the death of his wife has been sentenced to life in prison without possibility of parole. The District Attorney had said in the trial that Andrew Hollis had argued with his wife over money and mounting bills and had threatened to burn down their home in the Lamplighter Mobile Home Park rather than see her take it in a divorce. Diana Hollis had limited mobility and was recovering from a car crash a few months prior when the fire was set on February 22 of 2015. http://patch.com/california/oceanside-camppendleton/oceanside-man-gets-life-prison-fatal-mobile-home-arson
Murrieta Police have confirmed that an investigation at a home on Moonbrook Lane Friday morning was a murder-suicide. The bodies of two people were found at about 9a. The investigation is ongoing. http://myvalleynews.com/local/updated-murrieta-coroner-officials-assisting-with-investigation-on-quiet-cul-de-sac/
One person suffered major injuries in a single car accident into a utility pole on Antelope Road, parallel to the 215 freeway Tuesday afternoon. It took firefighters about 15 minutes to cut the victim from the wreckage just north of Garbani Road. One other person in the vehicle was also transported to the hospital with minor injuries. http://patch.com/california/temecula/s/g2q9j/motorist-plows-into-power-pole-near-i-215
Pregnant women and couples considering pregnancy are being advised to avoid travel to places with known Zika transmission following the birth here of a baby with severe birth defect. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention maintains a list of countries and territories to avoid at the CDC Zika Travel Information website. As of last Friday, San Diego County health officials have documented 87 travel-associated cases of Zika infection among county residents. There have been no reported cases where the infection occurred in California. But there has been limited transmission in Florida and Texas. Four out of five of those infected show no symptoms.
Plans are approaching final approval for installation of 44 new street lights in Escondido and conversion of 22 existing ones to new LED fixtures. The job could go to bid in April. The new lights are said to have lower energy consumption, longer life and better directional control of light than current low and high pressure sodium street lights. http://www.times-advocate.com/articles/escondido-to-install-new-led-streetlights/
There was a moderately strong earthquake this morning at 8:15a in the Gulf of California measuring 5.2 on the Richter scale. It was about 60 miles east of Baja and 40 miles from the coast of the mainland. Few people reported feeling it. https://earthquake.usgs.gov/earthquakes/eventpage/us20008vll#executive
Rez Radio 91.3 will be pre-empting all regular programming beginning tonight at 8p and lasting through Sunday night so that we can once again bring you The B100 Hours. In 1975, KFMB FM in San Diego became high energy Top-40 radio station B100. By 1977, B100 was the most popular station in San Diego County and had become the first major market FM station to be rated #1 overall, 12+, Monday through Sunday. For four days, Rez Radio will be known as B100 and be airing all music from the 1970s along with actual recordings of B100 from that era and some live shows from poolside at Pala Resort from 9 to noon and again from 2 to 5p on Saturday, April 1. Everyone is welcome to stop by the poolside broadcasts to meet some of the on-air personalities you may remember from 30-40 years ago on B100. Starting tonight at 8, and for the following 100 hours, Rez Radio IS B100 FM.
In the NCAA College basketball playoffs – It’s the Final Four this Saturday. South Carolina against Gonzaga at 3p and Oregon against North Carolina at 6p.
In the NBA – The Lakers fell to the Wizards last night at Staples Center. It was a great game for LA until the fourth quarter when Washington outscored the Lakers by 24 points to win it 119-108. Golden State held off a late rally to beat the Rockets in Houston 113-106. Portland over the Nuggets 122-113. Miami just barely held on to beat the Pistons in Detroit 97-96. Atlanta topped the Suns 95-91. The T-Wolves snuck by the Pacers 115-114. And Milwaukee stung the Hornets 118-108. Ten games tonight including the Clippers hosting Washington and the Warriors at San Antonio.
In the NHL – A bunch of games last night in hockey – two of them went to overtime. Capitals over the Wild in Minneapolis 5-4 and San Jose finally snapped their losing streak with a 5-4 overtime win against the Rangers in San Jose. Anaheim maintained its 2-point lead over San Jose in the Pacific Division by beating the Canucks in Vancouver 4-1. The Kings lost to the Oilers 2-1. Montreal over Dallas 4-1. Toronto edged Florida 3-2. Columbus beat Buffalo 3-1. Carolina routed the Red Wings 4-1. Same score for the Bruins over Nashville. And two shootouts – Philadelphia over Ottawa 3-2 and Jets over the Devils 4-3. Four teams have now clinched for the playoffs in the Metropolitan Division – Washington, who is the current front-runner for the President’s Cup with 108 points, Columbus, Pittsburgh and the Rangers. Chicago, the only team outside of the Metropolitan division to have over 100 points, and Minnesota have clinched in the Central Division. Anaheim, San Jose and Edmonton will all be going to the playoffs from the Pacific division. And so far, nobody has clinched in the Atlantic division.
In the minors – the San Diego Gulls play at Tucson this Friday.
In Major League Baseball – The Dodgers beat the Padres 3-1 yesterday. The Angels walloped the A’s 14-3. Today they play the Brewers. The Dodgers get the Mariners and the Padres play the White Sox.
Mets closing pitcher Jeurys Familia who was arrested on a domestic violence charge on which he was later acquitted has been suspended by the league for 15 games. The incident took place on October 31 in Fort Lee, New Jersey. MLB Commissioner Rob Manfred says Familia will not appeal the suspension and will appear at rookie programs conducted by the league in the U.S. and the Dominican Republic. He’s already completed a dozen counseling sessions. http://www.espn.com/mlb/story/_/id/19030998/new-york-mets-closer-jeurys-familia-gets-15-game-suspension
The LA Freeway Series between the Dodgers and Angels begins tomorrow in Anaheim, then continues Friday before moving to Dodger Stadium Saturday.
The Padres annual exhibition game against its minor league team, the Storm this Friday at Lake Elsinore.
The regular season begins with three games Sunday. San Diego and LA open their season at Dodger Stadium on Monday. The Angels will be at Oakland for their opening series. The Padres and Angels’ home openers are both next Friday.
In the NFL – The one billion dollar concussion settlement has yet to pay a penny to any former players or their families for brain injuries stemming from football. One of the biggest problems seems to be lawyers. The Pittsburgh attorney who filed the first concussion-related case against the league in 2011 and represents about 500 former players says “This case has done nothing but show lawyers at their worst.” It seems everyone, especially the lawyers, are positioning themselves to be the first ones paid from the settlement, which was announced four years ago, but was only finalized a few months ago. Some of the issues noted by the publication Outside the Lines include poaching of players and their families by competing attorneys, wives of former players appealing to the judge in the case over excessive legal fees, and a virtual cottage industry of opportunist lawyers, doctors and predatory lenders. $112.5m of the settlement was set aside for lawyers who negotiated the settlement. Plaintiffs’ attorneys get 15 to 40% out of whatever is awarded to players or their families. Some lawyers will be getting paid both ways. http://www.espn.com/espn/otl/story/_/id/19029607/billion-dollar-nfl-concussion-settlement-turns-nasty-lawyers-others-vie-pieces-payouts-players
Local high school sports:
Bonsall – no scheduled games
Great Oak – varsity baseball at the Lions Tournament in Anaheim
Valley Center – varsity golf at Rancho Bernardo at 3p; JV golf hosting Westview at Woods Valley at 3:15p; tennis against San Pasqual at 3:15p, varsity away and JV hosting at Adams Park; baseball against Westview at 3:30p, varsity hosting, JV away
Fallbrook – baseball against San Marcos at 3:30p, JV hosting, varsity away; gymnastics hosting Rancho Bernardo at 3:30p
Stocks are mixed today with the blue chips down and the broader market up.
Retail gasoline prices continue to be remarkably stable – especially considering this is time of year when refineries switch over to summer blend gasoline, which usually causes supply disruptions, resulting in price spikes. Though the average price of a gallon of regular is up two cents nationally today, it’s still the same $2.30 a gallon it was a week and a month ago. In San Diego County, it’s $3.00 today – same as yesterday, and a penny less than one week and one month ago. The average price in Riverside county today is $2.96. Today’s lowest local price is $2.46 at Temecula Costco and Murrieta Sam’s Club, which also happens to be the lowest price in Riverside County. The best price in Escondido today is $2.58 at OAII on East Valley Parkway at Midway. http://www.riversidegasprices.com/
LIFESTYLE AND GREEN LIVING
Two new major releases in movie theaters this weekend – “The Boss Baby” is an animated feature with the voices of Alec Baldwin, Steve Buscemi and Lisa Kudrow. It’ll be on 3,700 screens. And the science fiction/action movie “Ghost in the Shell” starring Scarlett Johansson will debut on 3,200 screens. http://www.boxofficemojo.com/schedule/
Over 700 vehicles are expected for the first in this year’s series of weekly Cruisin’ Grand night this Friday. This first one coincides with the Goodguys Rod & Custom Association at the Del Mar Nationals this weekend with about 2,500 cars. The weekly event centers around Broadway and Juniper. Details are at www.CruisinGrand.com .
A piece of rock and roll history has sold at auction for more than twice its appraised value. The 1970s Abbey Road Studios recording console used to record Pink Floyd’s “Dark Side of the Moon” was originally listed in Bonhams catalog with the caveat, “The department advises that the estimate, although unpublished, is a significant six-figure sum.” That sum was later revealed to be $700k. But an anonymous buyer yesterday paid $1.8m for the vintage mixing console. The TG12345 Mk IV was one of two ever built by EMI and was in service at Abbey Road for 12 years, from 1971 to 1983. It continued to be used through the 80s and beyond at producer Mike Hedges studios, known as the Playground. Full documentation and a history of its use was included and the piece is said to still be in excellent working condition. Bidding yesterday was reportedly intense. http://www.prosoundnetwork.com/business/pink-floyd-dark-side-desk-auctioned-for-18-million/47259
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The Pala seniors’ lunch menu for tomorrow (3/30): porcupine meatballs, peas & carrots, roll, and fruit cocktail
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Pala Weather – sunny with an afternoon high of 82 today … cooling to 77 tomorrow … partly sunny in the morning Friday, clearing to 73 by afternoon … sunny and 78 Saturday … 80 Sunday … back down to 74 Monday … 78 Tuesday … overnight lows in the mid to upper 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 email@example.com at least a week before the event.
SDAIHC Community Night is Wednesday, March 29 at Ballard Parent Center on Congress St. in Old Town. The month’s topic will be ICWA basics and parent support. There’ll be a soup & salad bar with pot luck side dishes. Call Chamese Dempsey for info 619 234 1521
The Fallbrook school district is hosting Family Literacy Day at Mae Ellis Auditorium Saturday, April 1. There’ll be story readings and book provided. Call 760 689 5841 for information.
The Iipay Nation of Santa Ysabel is hosting the 4th annual Disaster Preparedness Event Saturday, April 8. First responders and safety agencies will have booths and give away free emergency supplies. There’s be children’s activities and a free barbecue. Rez Radio will be there giving out station swag.
Intertribal Earth Day is Saturday, April 8 from 1 to 3 at La Jolla Campground off Highway 76 east of Pauma Valley. Food booths and prizes. 760 742 3790
The 80th annual Miss Fallbrook pageant is Saturday, April 8 at 6p at the Bob Burton Performing Arts Center at Fallbrook High School.
Language classes in Pa’enexily are offered every other Tuesday in the Pala Admin Building. The next class is April 11 from 2:30p to 4:30p. Call the Tribal Secretary’s office for info 760 891 3517
IHC in Rincon is having a drug takeback Wednesday, April 12 from 11a to noon. Unwanted and expired prescription medication can be dropped off with free keychains or bracelets given to the first 20 dropoffs at IHC on Golsh Road.
The Journey to Wellness family event at IHC from 9:30a to 4p Wednesday, April 12 includes a 2k walk beginning at 10a, arts & crafts, birdsinging, storytelling and healthy food. For info, call 760 749 1410 x5279.
The annual Pala Easter Egg hunt will be 1p Sunday, April 16 at Jim Banks Sports complex. Donations of baked goods, plastic eggs filled with candy, and toys for ages toddler to 14 are being accepted at the Pala Fire Station. For questions, call Monica at 760 742 1632.
The 10th annual Anza Earth Day is Saturday, April 22 from 10a to 3 at Minor Park in Anza. The High Country Conservancy is the host and this year’s theme is “Land Stewardship”. 951 389 0220.
Avellaka’s 8th Annual Inter-Tribal Sexual Assault Awareness Walk is Sunday, April 23 at the San Pasqual Tribal ball fields on North Lake Wohlford Road. Registration at 7a. The walk begins at 9 with lunch provided afterwards. The Monument Quilt will be on display. 760 742 8628
The annual Avocado Festival is Sunday, April 23 all day, all over downtown Fallbrook. Lots of vendors, contests and live entertainment. Go to www.FallbrookChamberOfCommerce.org for more information.
The 8th annual Vista Strawberry Run is Sunday, May 28 at 6:45a. 5 and 10k courses. https://www.facebook.com/Strawberry5000/
There’s a Crochet Club meeting every Tuesday from 5-7p at Pala Administration Building. Call the Tribal Secretary’s office for info at 760 891 3517
There’s a Farmer’s Market every Monday from 3-7p at Lawrence Welk Village off Champagne Blvd north of Escondido. www.WelkResorts.com
The Valley Center farmer’s market is every Thursday from 2 to 6p at on Lilac Road just west of Valley Center Road. Vendor booths are $20. www.VCCountryFarmersMarket.com
The 18th annual Cruisin’ Grand series is on the streets of downtown Escondido every Friday night on Broadway, Juniper and other streets. Schedule of events at www.CruisinGrand.com
Pala Raceway is open from 8 to 6 Fridays through Tuesdays. Closed Wednesdays and Thursdays. 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. Interval Training classes are offered Monday, Wednesday and Friday mornings, and Chair Aerobics classes Tuesday and Thursday mornings. Call Pala Fitness Center for information on all of these at 760 891 3503
Basket weaving classes are offered twice a month Sundays from 2 to 4 at the Pala Old Tribal Hall. Call the Cupa Cultural Center for more information at 760 891 3590
Enrollment is open for Pala Little Feathers Preschool. Free GED and High School math tutoring is available by appointment-only at Pala Library. For more information on all of these programs, call Pala Learning Center at 760 742 1997.
Al-Anon meets Monday evenings at 7:30p and Narcotics Anonymous meets Thursdays at 7p at the Pala Admin building.
Indian Health Council runs a domestic violence support group Tuesday afternoons from 3 to 5:30p and a pain management support group Wednesday mornings from 10 to 11a. From noon to 3 on Wednesdays in the Dreamweaver Room, it’s Stitch to Wellness – a crafting and discussion group covering different health topics each week. Tai Chi classes for elders Tuesdays and Thursdays at 9a. Child safety seat classes are held the first Monday of each month at 9a. All of these are at IHC on Golsh Road in Rincon. Tai Chi classes are also offered at Pala Fitness Center Mondays and Wednesdays at 11a and at IHC Santa Ysabel Tuesday and Thursdays at 11a. You can find out more about all of these at www.IndianHealth.com or by calling 760 749 1410 x5246 or x5340
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 Apr 4 – Gennine Francis, tribute to R&B
- Tues Apr 11 – The Mar Dels, music from the 40s to the 70s
- Tues Apr 18 – Creedence Relived, tribute to Credence Clearwater Revival
- Tues Apr 25 – Kicks Band, 70s and 80s hits
- Tues May 2 – James “King” Kruk, tribute to Elvis
- Tues May 9 – Jeff Johnson, tribute to Sam Cooke
- Tues May 16 – Jonnie Fox and the Satinettes, tribute to 50s & 60s girl groups
- Tues May 23 – Gregory Wolfe, tribute to Rod Stewart
- Tues May 30 – The Bluzmen, tribute to the Blues Brothers
Infinity – Saturday night tribute shows at 8p followed by Club Infinity until 1a
- Sat Apr 1 – Masters of Puppets, tribute to Metallica
- Sat Apr 8 – Fools Logic, tribute to Supertramp
- Sat Apr 15 – The Boys of Summer, tribute to the Eagles
- Sat Apr 22 – Heartbeat City, tribute to the Cars
- Sat Apr 29 = Hollywood Blondie, tribute to Blondie
- Sat May 6 – Wayward Sons, 70s and 80s rock
- Sat May 13 – Ghost in the Machine, tribute to The Police
- Sat May 20 – Zeppelin USA, tribute to Led Zeppelin
- Sat May 27 – Atomic Punks, tribute to Van Halen
The Wine Cave – live jazz & acoustic weekends at 7p Fri and Sat, 5p Sun
Luis Rey’s – live bands at 7p Fridays and Saturdays
Pala Events Center
- Sat Apr 22 – Paradise Vietnamese Concert
- Thu May 4 – Gabriel Iglesias
- Sat May 6 – Brenton Wood with guests Benny Latimore and The Dramatics
- Sat May 13 – Engelbert Humperdinck
- Sun Jun 4 – The Moody Blues
- Sat Jun 10 – Tower of Power / Average White Band
- Sat Jun 24 – Jo Koy
- Fri Jul 21 – B-52s / The Fixx
- Thu Jul 27 – UB40 (listen to Sunday Morning Marley 9 to noon on Rez Radio to win tickets)
REZ RADIO 91.3 FM PROGRAMMING LINEUP as of 9/16/16
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” – “Rez Dub Reggae with Elijah” on Wed and Sun or “Reggae from the Vault” other nights – 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
Tues thru Sat 6p – “The Wolfman Jack Show” – hits of the 50’s through 70’s hosted by the legendary Wolfman Jack – 60 min Tue-Fri, 4 hours Sat - recorded
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 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 – “Rootstock Radio” – host Theresa Marquez 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.
Fri 5p – “One Track Beyond” – host Roy Robertson plays one classic rock hit followed by a track from the same album you may not have heard before – 60 min - recorded
Fri 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
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 – “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 songwriter Joel Rafael – 60 min – recorded
Sat 11p – “Futuresound” – electronic music hosted by Cuscino – 60 minutes – recorded
Sun 9a-noon – “Sunday Morning Marley” - Bob Marley and other classic reggae artists with host John Fox – 3 hours – recorded
Sun 1p – Old Time Radio show “Gunsmoke” – originally aired on CBS Radio in the 1940s and 50s 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 1940s 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 1950s starring Jack Webb. A different episode also heard Thursday at midnight – 30 minutes – recorded
Sun 3p - “Classic Country Saloon” – country music from the 1930s to 1980s – 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 8p – “Rockin’ the Rez” – repeat of the previous Sat 10a show hosted by Joel Rafael – 60 min – recorded
Sun 10P – “Beale Street Caravan” – an hour of Delta blues music and conversation with Memphis Tee and Heather Blue – 60 min- recorded
Sun 11p – “Juke in the Back” – an hour of 1940s and 50s 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
Bonsall High School http://www.bonsallhs.com/
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/