PALA TODAY – Friday 8/22/14 – PT will not be published or broadcast Monday and Tuesday so that we can provide live coverage of this weekend’s 7th annual Honoring Traditions Powwow in Pala. PT returns 8/27
The following items are part of “Pala Today” as heard this day at noon on PALA REZ RADIO™ 91.3 FM in Pala and worldwide online … click here to listen live
LOCAL AND REGIONAL HEADLINES
A Riverside jury yesterday unanimously recommended the death sentence for a 27-year old former Marine found guilty of the murders of his immediate superior, Janek Pietrzak and his wife Quiana Faye Jenkins-Pietrzak in their French Valley home six years ago. Kesaun Defron Sykes was the fourth and final defendant to be tried an convicted for the October 15, 2008 killings. Of the other three, two were sentenced to death. The third got two consecutive life sentences. http://www.thevillagenews.com/story/80195/
Three Palomar College students were killed and five others injured in an accident on the 78 freeway near El Camino Real in Oceanside last night just before 11. All eight were stuffed into a Honda Prelude which veered off the road, down an embankment and into a power pole. The accident is under investigation. CHP is not saying if speed, drugs or alcohol were factors, but it’s obvious the car had way too many people in it. The victims were all between the ages of 18 and 22 and part of Palomar’s international program. http://www.utsandiego.com/news/2014/aug/22/three-killed-five-injured-state-route-78/
Valley Center schools were back in session yesterday. That just leaves Bonsall, the last local district to head back to school. That’ll be Monday with opening day for the first time for Bonsall High School at the campus of Sulllivan Middle School on West Lilac Road. The semester begins for Palomar College on Monday as well.
Health officials yesterday said mosquitoes collected in Murrieta, Temecula, and Hemet have tested positive for West Nile virus. They say it’s not unusual for mosquitoes to have West Nile this time of year. Mosquito bites can transmit the disease to humans. Two people in San Bernardino County were found to have been infected last week. Most people don’t show symptoms, but the virus can cause, fever, headache and body aches. Young children, the elderly and those with compromised immune systems are at greater risk. http://www.pe.com/articles/mosquitoes-748647-virus-positive.html
Three North County cities have opted to skip the fall elections and instead appoint candidates to city council seats. On Wednesday, the cities of San Marcos, Solana Beach and Del Mar each decided to save money and make appointments instead of hold elections since all registered candidates were running unopposed. The cancellation does remove the opportunity for write-in candidates. The move is a first for San Marcos and Del Mar. It’s the third time since 2008 for Solana Beach. http://www.utsandiego.com/news/2014/aug/21/elections-canceled-san-marcos-solana-beach-del-mar/
Noting the high price of water and land, the San Diego County Board of Supervisors directed staff this month to work on a program that could open up nearly a third of unincorporated San Diego County to wineries. Current “general use” zoning for most of the back-country allows for the growing of grapes, like any other crop, but not wine-making. The value of all crops in the county was $1.75b in 2012. But economic conditions are causing a change in the mix of those crops. The so-called Agriculture Promotion Program would streamline creation and expansion of “agritourism” pursuits including wineries, microbreweries, cheese-making, beekeeping, and onsite retail sales for those and other agricultural pursuits. http://www.thevillagenews.com/story/80187/
In Major League Baseball – The Padres lost to the Dodgers 2-1. LA took two out of three in the series. The Padres return home for a series with the Diamondbacks beginning tonight. LA hosts the Mets. The Angels blanked Boston 2-0 last night. The A’s did not play. They host Anaheim tonight in one of the most critical series of the season with supremacy in the AL West and in all of the majors at stake.
In the minors – The Storm lost 11-3 to visiting Stockton last night. They’ll play in Bakersfield tonight, tomorrow and Sunday.
In the NFL – The Chargers are at San Francisco on Sunday for the third of this year’s four preseason games.
In NASCAR – races at Bristol Motor Speedway this weekend.
Former WBA light middleweight champion Austin Trout will fight Daniel Dawson in the 12-round main event of a boxing program tonight at Pechanga Resort in Temecula. http://www.myvalleynews.com/story/80198/
Not much action today on Wall Street. Here’s the midday update from Marketwatch.com. http://www.marketwatch.com/story/newscast-yellen-speaks-no-room-for-jello-2014-08-22
Janet Yellen’s speech today didn’t thrill investors. Marketwatch.com’s Larry Kofsky has a closer look in today’s Stock Talk. http://www.marketwatch.com/story/stocks-mostly-lower-following-yellen-speech-2014-08-22
Redlands-based economist John Husing is sounding the alarm over the growing gap between haves and have-nots. Husing says if something isn’t done about poverty, we’re not going to want to live in Southern California anymore. Based on figures from the 2012 American Community Survey and the state Employment Development Department, over 19% of residents in LA County live in poverty as do over 20% of those in Riverside County. The state average is 17% and nationally it’s 15.9%. For children under the age of 17, the numbers are even worse. One fourth of SoCal children live in poverty. The worst place is Imperial County where it’s one in three. Husing attributes the shift to the rise in Hispanic population and state environmental regulations hampering construction and chasing away other businesses. Education is lagging in the region as well. In 1970, 70% of adults in Southern California had at least a high school diploma – 8 percentage points better than the national average. In 2012 that figure had dropped to 42%, which now trails the national average by about 42%. http://www.pe.com/articles/poverty-748616-percent-california.html
Marketwatch.com’s Charlie Turner reports on some phone apps to help you decompress. http://www.marketwatch.com/podcast/podcastpopup/Take%20On%20Tech/0#
There may be “an app for that”, but who cares? Marketwatch.com’s Andrew O’Day says increasingly, “app” stands for apathy. Here’s Take on Tech. http://www.marketwatch.com/podcast/podcastpopup/Take%20On%20Tech/0#
Here’s Marketwatch.com’s Adrienne Mitchell with the “State of the Food Truck” report. http://www.marketwatch.com/podcast/podcastpopup/Money%20Markets%20And%20More/0
Food truck drivers will be pleased with this news … retail gasoline prices are continuing to fall - slowly. The average price for a gallon of regular in San Diego and Riverside Counties today is $3.82. That’s down 3 cents from a week ago and 19 cents from a month ago. It’s the lowest it’s been in 6 months and is about 3 ½ cents lower than the same time last year. The lowest price in the area today is at the ARCO on East Valley Parkway at N Midway. They’re selling regular for $3.47 a gallon. The lowest price in the Temecula Valley is $3.65 at Costco and Sam’s Club. http://fuelgaugereport.aaa.com/states/california/california-metro/ http://www.riversidegasprices.com/Map_Gas_Prices.aspx
Marketwatch.com’s Tracy Johnke says fuel prices are expected to trend lower nationwide for a while. http://www.marketwatch.com/podcast/podcastpopup/MarketWatch%20News%20Break/0
LIFESTYLE AND GREEN LIVING
If you’re looking for a bargain, Monday is the 98th birthday for the U.S. National Park Service. They’re celebrating by waiving entrance fees at all national parks on Monday, August 25th
The Pala Band of Mission Indians has a number of employment opportunities including full time and part time. For a list, go to http://www.palatribe.com/career-opportunities
Here’s the Pala Safety Committee tip for the month of August.
Half of 2.4 million calls to poison control centers yearly involve children ages 5 and under. And 9 out of 10 poisonings happen at home. Here are some simple steps you can take to prevent poisonings in your home.
- Always store pesticides and other household chemicals in a locked cabinet or garden shed away from children and pets
- Use the safest possible cleaning products. Look for the Design for the Environment (DfE) label on products.
- Re-close pesticides and other household chemical products if interrupted by phone, doorbell, etc. during application.
- Never transfer pesticides and other household chemical products to containers that could be mistaken for food or drink
- Remove children, pets, toys, bottles and pacifiers from areas where you’re about to apply pesticides inside or outside the home.
- Program the Poison Help number into your phone … 1 800 222 1222. If an accident occurs with pesticides, chemicals, medicine or household products, call Poison Help for immediate advice from a local poison expert
These tips provided by Safe Kids Worldwide, the U.S. EPA, 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. There is a NO BURN proclamation for State Responsibility Areas including all of Pala in effect every day until further notice. Today’s (8/22) fire danger level is “high”.
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Pala Weather – night and morning low clouds and fog followed by sunny afternoons with highs about 84 today through Sunday … winds gusting up to 20 miles an hour this afternoon … unusually high surf at local beaches due to a passing tropical storm moving northwest from Baja … waves could be up to 8 feet today and tomorrow on south-facing beaches … slightly warming beginning Monday … afternoon highs about 90 by next Thursday … overnight lows in the low 60’s all week
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
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
NEW SHOW 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
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.
The 7th annual Honoring Traditions Powwow is August 22nd through the 24th at the arena by Pala Rey Youth Camp off Highway 76. On the evening of the 23rd there will be bird singing and dancing from 6 to 8 with a peon tournament at dusk. For details, call Skye at 760 891 3590 or go to www.Facebook.com/PalaPW
Fallbrook Summer Nights, Friday, August 22nd theme is “Salute to the Military” with military vehicles on display and a chili cookoff at Main an Alvarado from 5 to 8. www.FallbrookVillage.org
There’s a custom car show and swap meet Saturday, August 23rd from 4 to 10 at the stadium parking lot in Lake Elsinore. The website for information is http://www.ShowdownCarShow.com/
The next Tribes 4 Christ food bank and clothing drive is Monday, August 25th at the La Jolla Tribal Hall Gym from 3 to 4:30. That’s at 22000 Highway 76 in Pauma Valley. For details, the phone is 760-742 1481
The 44th annual Barona Powwow is Friday through Sunday, August 29th through 31st at the newly renovated Barona Sports Park. Gourd dancing begins 6p Friday with the first Grand Entry at 7. http://www.baronatribe.org/?q=powwow
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 September 2nd . For information, contact the Pala Tribal Secretary’s office at 760 891 3516.
The 25th annual Sycuan Powwow is Friday through Sunday, September 5-7th on the reservation east of El Cajon. http://sycuantribe.org/pow-wow/
Saturday, September 6th is Grape Day in Escondido beginning with a 5k run at 7:30a, followed by the annual parade down Grand Avenue at 9:30a. The festival at Grape Day Park on North Broadway runs from 9:30 to 4 with entertainment and food and craft vendors. www.EscondidoHistory.org 760 743 8207
The next American Indian Veterans Association bingo games will be Saturday, September 6th beginning at 1 in the Pala Admin main hall. Contact Richard Garcia for more information. 760 749 2837
The Palomar College class, “AIS 170: Political / History Problems and Issues of California Indians” will be held Mondays beginning September 8th at Pala Learning Center, but only IF at least 15 people sign up by then. For more Information, contact Tribal Secretary, Theressa Villa or Doretta Musick at the Learning Center 760 742 1997 www.Palomar.edu
The Fallbrook Firefighters Association hosts its 4th annual 9/11 Memorial Hill Climb of Monserate Mountain at 8a Saturday, September 13th . Registration and other info at www.FallbrookFirefighters.org
Friday, September 19th is Native American Day at Petco Park.
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.
Native basket weaving classes are held twice a month on Sundays at Pala Old Tribal Hall from 2-4p now through December. Call the Cupa Cultural Center for information, 760 891 3590
Pala Skate Park is now open to BMX riders-only all day Wednesdays. That’s in addition to BMX-only hours from 2 until closing on Sunday afternoons. Call Bruce at Pala Fitness Center for information at 760 891 3503.
Escondido’s Cruisin’ Grand event happens every Friday night 5-9p now through September with pre-1970 cars cruising and on display on Grand Avenue between Orange and Ivy. www.CruisinGrand.com
The Pala Learning Center is offering free GED and High School math tutoring by appointment at Pala Library weekdays from 4:30 to 6. Boys to Men Mentoring every Tuesday from 4 to 5 and Girls to Women Mentoring every Tuesday from 3:30 to 4:30 at the Learning Center. Pala CTAS youth program offers Fitness Martial Arts classes every Wednesday and Friday from 4 to 5:30 at the Gym and science classes every Thursday at the Pala Youth Center. For more information on any of these programs, 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 every Wednesday afternoon from 1:30 to 2:30 at IHC in Rincon. You can find out more at www.IndianHealth.com or by calling 760 749 1410 x5246.
Mental Health America of San Diego County hosts bi-monthly mental health first aid training at 4069 30th Street in San Diego. Their phone number is 619 543 0412.
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 Aug 26 – Dean Colley, tribute to Neil Diamond
- Tues Sep 2 – Harmony, tribute to Three Dog Night
- Tues Sep 9 – Robin Kelly, tribute to Karen & Richard Carpenter
- Tues Sep 16 – Andy DiMino, tribute to Dean Martin
- Tues Sep 23 – Jeff Johnson, tribute to Sam Cooke
- Tues Sep 30 – The Legends, rock & roll revue
Infinity – Saturday night shows at 8p – Club Infinity until 1a
- Sat Aug 23 – Fan Halen, tribute to Van Halen
- Sat Aug 30 – INXS-ive, tribute to INXS
- Sat Sep 6 – Queen Nation, tribute to Queen
- Sat Sep 13 – Thundherstruck, tribute to AC/DC
- Sat Sep 20 – Wayward Sons, tribute to 70’s & 80’s rock
- Sat Sep 27 – Fantastic Diamond, tribute to Neil Diamond
Friday, October 3rd – Spiritual medium, Tim Braun 8p at Infinity
Friday, November 14th – Aaron Lewis 8p at Infinity
Pala Events Center
- Sunday, August 31 – Chinese actor and singer, Richie Jen 6p
- Saturday, September 20 – The Stylistics and The Dramatics
- Saturday, October 11 – Neil Sedaka
- Saturday, October 18 – Battle of the Badges, law enforcement charity boxing event
- Saturday, Oct 25 – 4 Da Laffs, with four popular Filipino comedians 7p
- Saturday, December 6 – Jim Gaffigan
Road closures during severe weather events from the County Public Works Department http://www.sdcdpw.org/emergency only available during severe weather
Map to determine who’s responsible for your local fire protection http://www.fire.ca.gov/fire_prevention/fhsz_maps/fhsz_maps_sandiego.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/RadiationFAQS2011.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 early 2014.
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
FEMA natural disaster and emergency prep tips at http://www.sdcounty.ca.gov/oes/ready/
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/