October 21, 2008
R. ALLEN BAYLIS Occupation: Lawyer Education: Associate’s from Coastline Community College, law degree from Western State University College of Law Age: 53 Political experience: None in office. Grassroots activism in the naturist community. Why are you running? The City Council seems to take the position that if you stick a new ordinance in front of them, they feel like they should pass it. I’m not inclined to pass any new law unless there’s broad public support for it. What actions should the City Council take?
March 25, 2004
Mike Sciacca The fluorescent, paint-splattered steps and boardwalk along Pier Plaza indicated that something out of the ordinary had taken place at the north side of the Huntington Beach Pier. The paint-stained hands of Brian Cole confirmed it. Cole, a 2002 graduate of Corona del Mar High School, was kicking back with his Team Dynasty teammates Sunday in their makeshift beach dormitory. Their work was done, for the time being, during the final rounds of the 2004 National Professional Paintball League Super 7 World Series.
January 4, 2001
Mike Sciacca Try to limit an all-area high school football team to 24 members. Just try. In an attempt to do so, we sorted through numerous statistics, coaches comments, and actually game performances, to come up with a list of 24. It wasn't easy spreading the wealth among the five local schools, and the list could have expanded to nearly 30 deserving players. Several factors and, naturally, several players, made the 2000 prep football season special.
September 3, 2005
Amber Steen, the most decorated female cross country and track and field runner to come out of Newport Harbor High, has transferred from Arizona to UC Irvine, Anteaters' Coach Vince O'Boyle said Friday. Steen, who lost two seasons to injury at Arizona, will have at least one cross country season of eligibility and one season of indoor and outdoor track and field at UCI. She could also be granted a second year of eligibility by virtue of a medical hardship waiver, O'Boyle said.
September 14, 2000
-- Angelique Flores Asha Goud of Huntington Beach received a $5,000 scholarship from the Southern California Cable and Telecommunications Assn. Goud graduated from Edison High School in June and was selected based on her essay, composition, grade-point average and willingness to make a positive contribution to her community. She is attending the University of Missouri in Kansas City this semester. Coastline College's fall registration extended Coastline Community College has extended registration until Friday.
October 24, 2002
THE RACE FOR CITY COUNCIL Name: Keith Bohr Age: 41 Occupation: Small business owner/real estate consultant Family: Single, no children; three younger brothers. Community Activities: Orangewood Children's Home; board of the Orangewood PALS, an auxiliary of Orangewood Children's Foundation, director of kids events and sits on the Scholarship Committee; a court-appointed special advocate for a teenage boy who is in the foster care system; the Sister City Board; and a volunteer driver for the Council on Aging's "Volunteer Van."
November 3, 2005
Huntington Beach High celebrates its centennial with a dance, fireworks, helicopters and a blowout win over Fountain Valley.Huntington Beach High School celebrated 100 years of education Friday with a homecoming celebration that rivaled a Hollywood blockbuster. Helicopter landings at midfield, pyrotechnics and a parade were all on display during the homecoming game against Fountain Valley High at Sheue Field. Thousands of visitors came to watch a rare Huntington Beach routing of Fountain Valley in a 41-7 victory, but the guests of honor were the six past homecoming queens who came to cheer for this year's winner, Lauren Rosche.