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May 6, 2004
"I want to go to Cal Poly San Luis Obispo, and I want to go there because I want to fly an airplane and they have a good program in engineering." Cody Johnson, 13 Huntington Beach "I want to go to Chapman University because it's close and I want to be a first-grade teacher." Lauren Phillips, 14 Huntington Beach "Cal State Long Beach because I want to be a teacher and it's close and I know they have a good teaching program." Kristina Denapoli, 13 Huntington Beach "MCI, I want to become an M.A., medical assistant."
FEATURES
January 14, 2009
Huntington Beach resident Tim Appelbaum will be a member of one of three teams sent by Cal State Long Beach to the national American Collegiate Moot Court Assn. national tournament, which will be Friday and Saturday at Chapman University. The three two-person teams won top honors at the Western Regional event on the Cal State Long Beach campus. Appelbaum is a college senior majoring in marketing and management, who is paired with political science major Heather Pegg. He was one of the top orators at the Western Regional tourney.
NEWS
By: | August 16, 2005
Church members attend 2005 World Youth Day More than 90 young Catholics from Orange County are on their way to Cologne, Germany, for the 20th annual World Youth Day. The Diocese of Orange has organized the largest group in its history to attend the event, which begins on Aug. 19. St. John the Baptist Roman Catholic Church in Costa Mesa has the largest contingent. World Youth Day includes prayer sessions, ceremonies, classes and youth social events.
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
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
September 28, 2000
Torus Tammer FOUNTAIN VALLEY -- Linda Short is a treasure -- at least that is how her colleagues view her. On Friday, the secretary to the City Council and city attorney will retire, saying that she is looking forward to the spontaneity her future will bring. "This is the first time that I've elected to not have a plan . . . maybe I'm growing up," she said with a laugh.Short, 57, has worked for the city for 12 years, and besides being a secretary, she is known as a trouble-shooter, mediator, scheduler, writer, organizer and advisor, among other things.
NEWS
May 22, 2003
Frank Harmeier, 13, of Huntington Beach won first place in the photography category at the Youth Expo annual Orange County Science and Engineering Fair for his monochrome print, "Living Proof," of his 13-month-old nephew Gabriel Garcia. The winning photo was taken at a 100-year-old house in Huntington Beach that was previously a sugar factory ... Kelli Satterfield, 8, of Huntington Beach was honored at the Youth Expo Annual Orange County Science and Engineering Fair for her themed scarecrow ... Stephanie Corbett of Huntington Beach was one of nine graduating seniors honored as the top undergraduates at the University of Nevada on Friday.
NEWS
June 15, 2000
-- Compiled by Torus Tammer, Photo by xxxx FAMILY STATUS: Married to the Rev. Dennis Short for 38 years. AGE: 57 EDUCATION: Attended Chapman College, now Chapman University, as a psychology and religion major EXPLAIN YOUR JOB IN 15 WORDS OR FEWER: Coordinate internal and external communication and appointment scheduling, also maintain confidentiality and provide clerical support YOUR GREATEST ACHIEVEMENT:...
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By Chris Epting | June 18, 2012
It's always nice to catch up with a local actor who returns to their stomping ground as part of a big production. With"Les Miserables,"playing through Sunday at Segerstrom Center for the Arts, there are actually two. Weston Wells Olson, who plays Courfeyrac in the show, originally hails from South Dakota, but after attending Chapman University for three years, he feels like this is a big homecoming. "I especially loved the nighttime beach pit fires at Huntington," he told me. "And so coming back here in a show like 'Les Miz' is a real thrill.
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NEWS
By Kathryn Watson | July 8, 2009
County Supervisor John Moorlach’s chief of staff, Mario Mainero, will resign at the end of this month. Mainero, who worked for Moorlach for about 2 1/2 years, will start teaching law full time at Chapman University, where he had taught this past year, he said. Mainero cited personal reasons as a factor, saying his wife had concerns about his health and would rather see him in the classroom. The news “came as a surprise,” said Moorlach, who received the resignation June 29. “I respect his wanting to leave, but if I had my druthers, I’d love to have him stay,” he said.
FEATURES
January 14, 2009
Huntington Beach resident Tim Appelbaum will be a member of one of three teams sent by Cal State Long Beach to the national American Collegiate Moot Court Assn. national tournament, which will be Friday and Saturday at Chapman University. The three two-person teams won top honors at the Western Regional event on the Cal State Long Beach campus. Appelbaum is a college senior majoring in marketing and management, who is paired with political science major Heather Pegg. He was one of the top orators at the Western Regional tourney.
NEWS
By By Dave Brooks | January 26, 2006
Eleven young ladies vie to wear the tiara of Miss Huntington Beach -- a step on the path to Miss America. Forget the state Senate election or the Oscars. From now until Feb. 4, the big debate around Huntington Beach is, "Which girl is it going to be?" With 11 contestants in the running, this year's Miss Huntington Beach contest is going to be a close one. Ranging in age from 17 to 23, the girls represent the area's most popular athletes, students and budding professionals. "We're really excited about the girls we're working with this year," said organizer June Dugmore.
NEWS
By: | August 16, 2005
Church members attend 2005 World Youth Day More than 90 young Catholics from Orange County are on their way to Cologne, Germany, for the 20th annual World Youth Day. The Diocese of Orange has organized the largest group in its history to attend the event, which begins on Aug. 19. St. John the Baptist Roman Catholic Church in Costa Mesa has the largest contingent. World Youth Day includes prayer sessions, ceremonies, classes and youth social events.
NEWS
May 6, 2004
"I want to go to Cal Poly San Luis Obispo, and I want to go there because I want to fly an airplane and they have a good program in engineering." Cody Johnson, 13 Huntington Beach "I want to go to Chapman University because it's close and I want to be a first-grade teacher." Lauren Phillips, 14 Huntington Beach "Cal State Long Beach because I want to be a teacher and it's close and I know they have a good teaching program." Kristina Denapoli, 13 Huntington Beach "MCI, I want to become an M.A., medical assistant."
NEWS
May 22, 2003
Frank Harmeier, 13, of Huntington Beach won first place in the photography category at the Youth Expo annual Orange County Science and Engineering Fair for his monochrome print, "Living Proof," of his 13-month-old nephew Gabriel Garcia. The winning photo was taken at a 100-year-old house in Huntington Beach that was previously a sugar factory ... Kelli Satterfield, 8, of Huntington Beach was honored at the Youth Expo Annual Orange County Science and Engineering Fair for her themed scarecrow ... Stephanie Corbett of Huntington Beach was one of nine graduating seniors honored as the top undergraduates at the University of Nevada on Friday.
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
September 28, 2000
Torus Tammer FOUNTAIN VALLEY -- Linda Short is a treasure -- at least that is how her colleagues view her. On Friday, the secretary to the City Council and city attorney will retire, saying that she is looking forward to the spontaneity her future will bring. "This is the first time that I've elected to not have a plan . . . maybe I'm growing up," she said with a laugh.Short, 57, has worked for the city for 12 years, and besides being a secretary, she is known as a trouble-shooter, mediator, scheduler, writer, organizer and advisor, among other things.
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