PALA TODAY – Thursday 4/27/17
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 driver of a truck was seriously injured and Sprinter rail service disrupted for several hours last evening in Oceanside. It happened about 7:24p when the truck, northbound on I-5 veered off the roadway, down an embankment and across train tracks at Oceanside Boulevard, coming to rest after striking a wall next to the tracks. Alcohol and drugs are not believed to be a factor. The unidentified victim was taken to Scripps La Jolla by Air Ambulance from Oceanside Airport. http://www.osidenews.com/2017/04/27/man-severely-injured-vehicle-travels-5-embankment-onto-train-tracks-near-oceanside-blvd/
Travel on the coastal rail corridor will halted for construction this weekend. Officials are warning there will be no Coaster, Metrolink, or Amtrak service in San Diego County this Saturday and Sunday, April 29 and 30. And Sprinter service between the Coast Highway station and Oceanside Transit Center will be replaced with a shuttle service. There could be resulting delays elsewhere on the Sprinter line as well. No replacement bus service is planned for the Coaster. Rail service will resume as normal Monday morning with possible delays up to 15 minutes. More information and alternatives are available at www.GoNCTD.com . http://www.osidenews.com/2017/04/27/coastal-rail-closure-weekend/
The only thing that was missing were the chips and a few spices as a load of avocadoes spilled onto East Mission Road in Fallbrook yesterday morning. At just after 8a, the truck was cut off by a vehicle at Mission and Olive. The sudden braking caused the load of picked fruit to shift and spill onto the road where it was quickly mashed by traffic. The impromptu guacamole party was cleared from by 9:45a. http://villagenews.com/local/spilled-avocados-lead-traffic-guacamole-east-mission/
A town hall meeting two weeks ago in Fallbrook gave the community the chance to discuss possible options for the old Fallbrook Hospital buildings. The Fallbrook Regional Health District board of directors have a new executive director and a revised mission statement. Director Bobbi Palmer explained how it’s no longer feasible for the community to have its own hospital and that the focus of the district now has to be on prevention care. Suggestions for the old facility included use as a non-profit hub for the community and wellness programs for seniors, specifically cardiac rehabilitation. Another town hall meeting is planned for May. http://villagenews.com/local/frhd-holds-town-hall-meeting-discuss-old-hospital-building-options/
The Environmental Group, Endangered Habitats League is suing the city of San Marcos over a controversial plan for 189 homes in the northwestern part of the city. The claim is the development won’t leave enough room for wildlife. The lawsuit claims the city is relying on an outdated environmental impact report for the so-called San Marcos Highlands project at the north end of Las Posas Road. The plan calls for homes on 50 of the parcel’s 293 acres. The remaining land is dedicated open space. Wildlife corridors would be roughly 500 feet wide. A spokesman for the plaintiff says recommendations call for such corridors to be more like 1k feet, or some species including bobcat and mule deer would risk isolation. http://www.sandiegouniontribune.com/communities/north-county/sd-no-san-marcos-sued-20170426-story.html
In the NBA playoffs – Washington poured it on in the 3rd quarter and held on to win Game 5 over Atlanta 103-99 last night. They now lead the first round series three games to two. Same for the Celtics over the Bulls as they beat Chicago last night 108-97. Another pair of 3 to 2 game series could be decided tonight. Toronto is at Milwaukee. The Raptors are looking for win #4. And the Spurs are at Memphis with San Antonio on the verge of clinching that series. The Clippers face elimination by the Jazz tomorrow in Utah.
In the NHL Stanley Cup playoffs – Round Two began last night. Both visiting teams won. The Predators won Game One against the Blues 4-3. And the Ducks fell to the Oilers 5-3. Tonight, the Senators will host the Rangers and the Capitals will host Pittsburgh.
In the minor league playoffs – The San Diego Gulls host Ontario for Game 3 in their best of five series Friday.
In Major League Baseball – A 3-run blast by Ryan Schimpf in the top of the 9th put the Padres ahead 6-5 in what would become an 8-5 win last night in Phoenix. A two-run double by Yangervis Solarte accounted for the two additional runs. Once again, nobody much seem to care. The announced crowd of 12,215 was the smallest ever for a regular season home game at Chase Field. Schimpf had only been batting .102 with a team-high 25 strike outs going into last night’s game. The Angels beat the A’s in Anaheim by the same 8-5 score. The Giants beat the Dodgers 4-3 in San Francisco on a walk-off sacrifice fly by Hunter Pence in the bottom of the 10th. That was the only extra-innings game yesterday. All three series continue today.
In the Minors – The Lake Elsinore Storm won their last two games at Visalia – 4-1 last night and 8-0 Tuesday. In last night’s game, Ty France tripled and singled twice. The Storm got all the runs they needed in the top of the 4th with an RBI single by Josh Naylor, who then scored on a two-run double by Miguel Del Castillo. Game 4 of 4 is tonight. The Storm move on to Inland Empire for the first in a weekend series tomorrow night. http://www.milb.com/milb/stats/stats.jsp?gid=2017_04_26_lesafa_visafa_1&t=g_rcp&sid=milb
In college baseball – San Diego State has three games coming up this weekend hosting New Mexico. They lost to UC Riverside Tuesday 6-4.
In the NFL – This year’s draft begins today. Cleveland gets first pick.
The Seahawks and Raiders have agreed to a swap that will send Marshawn Lynch to Oakland. In exchange, Seattle gets Oakland’s 5th round draft pick next year and Oakland takes over Seattle’s spot in the 6th round. Sources at ESPN say Lynch and the Raiders have a two-year agreement in place. http://www.espn.com/nfl/story/_/id/19159591/marshawn-lynch-set-join-oakland-raiders-trade-seattle-seahawks-agreed-to
In golf – The Zurich Classic of New Orleans got underway this morning. Brian Stuard is the defending champion.
Local high school sports:
Bonsall – boys’ varsity golf against River Valley from Lakeside today
Great Oak – swimming at Vista Murrieta at 3p; boys’ varsity golf hosting Vista Murrieta at Redhawk at 3p; co-ed track at Vista Murrieta at 3:15p; boys’ volleyball at Murrieta Valley beginning at 4;15p
Valley Center – JV golf at a tournament at Oceanside Municipal at noon; softball at Escondido at 3:30p; volleyball at San Dieguito Academy at 4p
Fallbrook – varsity golf against Ramona at San Vicente at 3p; boys’ volleyball at Sage Creek beginning at 3:30p; gymnastics against Westview at La Costa Canyon at 3:30p
All three major U.S. stock exchanges were up at least slightly as of mid-afternoon trading. The NASDAQ had the biggest gains at about a third of a percent. Gold was up $2 to $1,266 an ounce, snapping a three-session losing streak. Oil was down below $49 a barrel.
Ford Motor Company’s first quarter profit fell 35% compared with a year ago over higher costs, mostly related to recalls. That caused the stock to fall 1.7% by mid-afternoon.
The retail price of gasoline remains remarkably stable at a time of year when at the very least the switchover to summer blend gasoline should be causing prices to rise. The average price of a gallon of regular in San Diego County is right where it was a month ago and down two cents from last week at exactly $3.00. It’s $2.97 in Riverside County. Nationwide, the price is trending down about 4 cents in the last week to $2.39. All averages are more than 20 cents higher than the same time last year. Today’s lowest local price is $2.57 at U.S. Gas on 5th at Centre City Parkway in Escondido. In Murrieta, it’s $2.59 at Sam’s Club. http://www.riversidegasprices.com/
A personal diary just 61 pages long was purchased yesterday by a Massachusetts collector at auction for almost $719k. Only 12 of the 61 pages were hand-written – the rest typed. It originally belonged to John F. Kennedy and was written before his Presidency during a short stint as a journalist just after World War II. Entries can be seen at the website for RR Auctions. Expensive as it was, such items tend to be good investments. The only danger is if that celebrity or historical figure should somehow fall from grace. http://www.marketwatch.com/story/this-persons-diary-just-sold-for-more-than-700000-2017-04-27
LIFESTYLE AND GREEN LIVING
The San Diego County Board of Supervisors voted yesterday in favor of measures to boost recycling and extend the life of local landfills. The goal of the 4-nothing vote with Greg Cox away in Washington is to divert 75% of all trash fromo unincorporated areas away from landfills by 2025. The current figure reported by contracted waste collection companies is 62%, which already exceeds the state’s minimum requirement of 50%. County staff reported the areas requiring better recycling efforts are organic materials including landscape trimmings and food scraps, and construction and demolition materials. Estimates are that two thirds of what goes into county landfills fall into those two categories. Supervisors also voted to increase the franchise fee for trash hauling companies from $2.35 per ton to $6.96 per ton. The fee had not been increased in 20 years. http://www.countynewscenter.com/board-of-supervisors-vote-to-boost-recycling/
Officials from Indian Health Services testifying at the Senate Committee on Indian Affairs report that while levels of obesity and Type II diabetes are generally leveling off, the numbers are still staggering – particularly among the young. While American Indians and Alaskan Natives are 2.3 times more likely to be diagnosed with diabetes than the general population, the rate for Native youth ages 10 to 19 is nine times that of the general population. The rate more than doubled for those aged 15 to 19 in the years from 1990 to 2009. An 11-year old from the Salt River Pima-Maricopa community told Senators, the kids don’t want to give up Hot Cheetos. “They’re addicted to them. They buy four bags a day from the ice cream man. We must destroy the ice cream man!” Chairman of the Pyramid Lake Paiute Tribe, Vinton Hawley says it’s began when traditional subsistence lifestyles were suddenly replaced with federal programs that rely on store-bought foods, poor access to fresh produce, and increased consumption of fast food. https://indiancountrymedianetwork.com/culture/health-wellness/destroy-ice-cream-man-native-youth-testifies-diabetes-crisis/?mqsc=ED3883560
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The Pala seniors’ lunch menu for tomorrow (4/28): taco salad, beans, lettuce & tomato, and fresh fruit
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Pala Weather – sunny with a high of 77 today … 79 tomorrow … about 85 Saturday and Sunday with possible Santa Ana winds gusting up to 30 miles an hour Friday night into Saturday … low 80s Monday and Tuesday … about 80 Wednesday … overnight lows about 50 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.
Language classes in Pa’enexily are offered every other Tuesday in the Pala Admin Building. The next class is May 9 from 2:30p to 4:30p. Call the Tribal Secretary’s office for info 760 891 3517
Inter Tribal Sports in Temecula is sponsoring a series of seminars for registered charities to learn about grant writing. The next one is Wednesday, May 10 from 10 to noon and is about budgeting. Register by calling 619 460 2738. www.GrantWritingSpecialists.com
The ABBA Show will be at the Old Town Temecula Theater Friday, April 28 at 8p. Tickets and info at www.TemeculaTheater.org
The annual Temecula Valley Bluegrass Festival is Friday through Sunday, April 28-30 at Tucalota Creek Winery on E. Benton Road in Wine Country. 442 444 0068
The Ohlone “Big Time” Powwow is Friday, April 28-Sunday April 30 in Pomona.
Anniversary mass will be held for Francis Alvarez Saturday, April 29th at 10a at Pala Mission Church with luncheon afterwards at Pala Administration building.
The Santa Rosa Plateau Nature Education Foundation’s 14th annual Garden Tour and Garden Party is from 10a to 5p Saturday, April 29. It includes tours of four properties with the party at Liberty Oaks Ranch. Tickets are at www.SRPF.org or at the Santa Rosa visitor’s center.
The Fallbrook Garden Club’s home garden tour is Saturday, April 29th from 9a to 3p beginning at the Fallbrook Historical Society. Tickets available at Major Market and the Chamber of Commerce. www.FallbrookGardenClub.org
Avellaka’s 8th Annual Inter-Tribal Sexual Assault Awareness Walk is Sunday, April 30 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 Balboa Park Powwow is coming up Saturday and Sunday, May 13 & 14 from 10 to 6p each day at Park Boulevard and Presidents Way with Grand Entry at noon. Host drums Coyote Canyon and Sooner Nation. For info, 858 442 5033
The 1 Love Reggae and Arts festival is Saturday, May 20 in Fallbrook at Casa Estrella restaurant on South Mission from 4 to 9p with food, art and reggae music. It’s a benefit for the Fallbrook Animal Sanctuary. For information, call 760 468 4244.
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 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 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
- 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 & Fri Jul 27-28 – UB40
- Thu Aug 31 – Pat Benatar / Toto
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/
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/