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By: | July 27, 2005
Robert M. Bennett, owner and founder of Bennett Productions Inc. of Los Angeles, has been elected chairman of the executive committee of the board of directors of the Muscular Dystrophy Assn. Bennett, a Newport Beach resident, was chosen for the position by the board of directors during its recent annual meeting in Los Angeles. Bennett recently stepped down as chairman of the board, a position he held for 10 years. A volunteer national leader of the Muscular Dystrophy Assn.
NEWS
August 26, 1999
Marissa Espino HUNTINGTON BEACH -- Cal Poly Pomona is at least one prospective KOCE buyer continuing to show interest in purchasing the public-television station, although the Coast Community College District school board is trying to keep it at Golden West College. Cal Poly Pomona officials met with KOCE representatives Tuesday. "I can tell you as a university we are certainly looking at the possibility of being a partner of this project," said Ron Fremont, the school's director of public affairs.
NEWS
June 19, 2003
Marina High graduate Sarah McLeod played a pivotal role for the Slammers FC of Newport Beach in their march to the California Youth Soccer Assn. South under-18 State Cup championship. McLeod brought the Slammers to life by setting up a tying goal with five minutes left in the title match against the San Diego Surf and the Slammers got the game-winner five minutes later in a 2-1 victory at Cal Poly Pomona. The victory sends the Slammers to Honolulu to compete at the 2003 U.S. Youth Soccer Far West Regionals.
NEWS
By Michael Alexander | July 30, 2008
After half a year of searching, Huntington Beach has found a new permanent city administrator, officials announced Wednesday. The new person to head Huntington Beach’s numerous departments will be Fred Wilson, 49, now city manager of San Bernardino. Wilson has held that job for 12 years, following nine years of subordinate jobs in the same office. Following a City Council vote on his contract Monday, he is scheduled to start in Huntington Beach Sept. 22. “It is an honor to be appointed as the new city administrator for the city of Huntington Beach,” Wilson said in a statement.
NEWS
October 19, 2000
-- Angelique Flores Dozens of Golden West College athletes are continuing their college careers this fall at various four-year universities across the nation. Many of the university-bound Rustlers earned scholarships for their noteworthy athletic achievements while attending college, and all of them will continue competing in their respective sports. Albert Gasparian, the college's athletic director and the women's volleyball coach, said the athletic scholarships received by students are valued at about $500,000 a year.
NEWS
By: | September 4, 2005
PUBLIC SAFETY Powerboat returning from Catalina runs aground at Crystal Cove A Laguna Beach man's 57-foot powerboat ran aground on the rocks at Crystal Cove State Park early Monday after the owner fell asleep while the craft was on autopilot, officials said. Mark Anton and a woman were aboard the boat, which left Catalina Island around midnight, bound for Newport Beach, officials said. By 4 p.m. Monday, a salvage company had removed the boat from the rocks and had towed it into Newport Harbor.
ENTERTAINMENT
By Mike Sciacca | March 30, 2006
"Break a leg" is the preferred way of wishing good luck to thespians before they take the stage. For Pete Uribe, however, it has a more literal meaning ? it's how he found his way to the theater in the first place. Back when he was a junior at Fountain Valley High School, Uribe broke his ankle while playing basketball for the Barons. Unable to return to the court, the only class he could get into during sixth period was acting. That class changed his life. "It really opened up a whole new world for me," Uribe said.
NEWS
May 6, 2004
Jenny Marder A thoughtful manner, analytical mind, deep hunger for knowledge and an exceptional sense of detail separated Penny Culbreth-Graft, Surf City's first female city administrator, from the rest of the pack, Mayor Cathy Green said. Her appointment was approved Monday night by the City Council at a closed session meeting. Culbreth-Graft will take the reins on June 1. "All of us were blown away with the detail and the background that she knew on our city and just the knowledge that she had," Green said.
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By Michael Alexander | July 30, 2008
After half a year of searching, Huntington Beach has found a new permanent city administrator, officials announced Wednesday. The new person to head Huntington Beach’s numerous departments will be Fred Wilson, 49, now city manager of San Bernardino. Wilson has held that job for 12 years, following nine years of subordinate jobs in the same office. Following a City Council vote on his contract Monday, he is scheduled to start in Huntington Beach Sept. 22. “It is an honor to be appointed as the new city administrator for the city of Huntington Beach,” Wilson said in a statement.
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ENTERTAINMENT
By Mike Sciacca | March 30, 2006
"Break a leg" is the preferred way of wishing good luck to thespians before they take the stage. For Pete Uribe, however, it has a more literal meaning ? it's how he found his way to the theater in the first place. Back when he was a junior at Fountain Valley High School, Uribe broke his ankle while playing basketball for the Barons. Unable to return to the court, the only class he could get into during sixth period was acting. That class changed his life. "It really opened up a whole new world for me," Uribe said.
NEWS
By: | September 4, 2005
PUBLIC SAFETY Powerboat returning from Catalina runs aground at Crystal Cove A Laguna Beach man's 57-foot powerboat ran aground on the rocks at Crystal Cove State Park early Monday after the owner fell asleep while the craft was on autopilot, officials said. Mark Anton and a woman were aboard the boat, which left Catalina Island around midnight, bound for Newport Beach, officials said. By 4 p.m. Monday, a salvage company had removed the boat from the rocks and had towed it into Newport Harbor.
NEWS
By: | July 27, 2005
Robert M. Bennett, owner and founder of Bennett Productions Inc. of Los Angeles, has been elected chairman of the executive committee of the board of directors of the Muscular Dystrophy Assn. Bennett, a Newport Beach resident, was chosen for the position by the board of directors during its recent annual meeting in Los Angeles. Bennett recently stepped down as chairman of the board, a position he held for 10 years. A volunteer national leader of the Muscular Dystrophy Assn.
NEWS
May 6, 2004
Jenny Marder A thoughtful manner, analytical mind, deep hunger for knowledge and an exceptional sense of detail separated Penny Culbreth-Graft, Surf City's first female city administrator, from the rest of the pack, Mayor Cathy Green said. Her appointment was approved Monday night by the City Council at a closed session meeting. Culbreth-Graft will take the reins on June 1. "All of us were blown away with the detail and the background that she knew on our city and just the knowledge that she had," Green said.
NEWS
June 19, 2003
Marina High graduate Sarah McLeod played a pivotal role for the Slammers FC of Newport Beach in their march to the California Youth Soccer Assn. South under-18 State Cup championship. McLeod brought the Slammers to life by setting up a tying goal with five minutes left in the title match against the San Diego Surf and the Slammers got the game-winner five minutes later in a 2-1 victory at Cal Poly Pomona. The victory sends the Slammers to Honolulu to compete at the 2003 U.S. Youth Soccer Far West Regionals.
NEWS
October 19, 2000
-- Angelique Flores Dozens of Golden West College athletes are continuing their college careers this fall at various four-year universities across the nation. Many of the university-bound Rustlers earned scholarships for their noteworthy athletic achievements while attending college, and all of them will continue competing in their respective sports. Albert Gasparian, the college's athletic director and the women's volleyball coach, said the athletic scholarships received by students are valued at about $500,000 a year.
NEWS
August 26, 1999
Marissa Espino HUNTINGTON BEACH -- Cal Poly Pomona is at least one prospective KOCE buyer continuing to show interest in purchasing the public-television station, although the Coast Community College District school board is trying to keep it at Golden West College. Cal Poly Pomona officials met with KOCE representatives Tuesday. "I can tell you as a university we are certainly looking at the possibility of being a partner of this project," said Ron Fremont, the school's director of public affairs.
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