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By: ROBERT GARDNER | August 21, 2005
EDITOR'S NOTE: The Daily Pilot has agreed to republish The Verdict, the ever-popular column written for many years by retired Corona Del Mar jurist and historian Robert Gardner, in exchange for donations to the Surfrider Foundation. This column was originally published March 26, 1994. I can recall the days when divorces were called divorces and not dissolutions. (Is a divorcee now a dissolutionee?) In those days, before one could secure even a default divorce, it was necessary to corroborate the testimony of the plaintiff.
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By: | September 27, 2005
Sophomore Justine Chen carded a 1-over-par 36 to earn medalist honors and lead the Sage Hill School girls golf team to a 241-303 Academy League victory over Oxford Academy Monday at Strawberry Farms Golf Club. Chen carded an eagle and two birdies for Sage (5-1, 1-0 in league), while junior Ema Koh (46), freshman Sarah Anderson (49), junior Natalie Kraft (52) and sophomore Madison Gillis (53) also scored. Sage plays Ocean View at 3:30 p.m. Wednesday at Strawberry Farms.
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By: | October 6, 2005
SOCCER Region 120 Boys under 16 Costa Mesa 4, South Irvine 0: Juan Becerra scored two goals. Defenders Matt Kirchberg, Luu Nguyen and Jacob Hurd were hard to stop and hard to score on. AYSO Region 57 Girls under 16 Corona del Mar 2, Costa Mesa Code Blue 0: Corona del Mar remained undefeated, beating host Blue Code in a competitive match. Bayley Sprowls scored in the midst of traffic. In the second half, the defensive play by Taylor Rhodes, Chelsea Giger, Ariana Condon and Alix Condon led the way. Julie Kramer scored the final goal of the game with an assist from Breezy Brewster.
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By: ROBERT GARDNER | August 28, 2005
EDITOR'S NOTE: The Daily Pilot has agreed to republish The Verdict, the ever-popular column written for many years by retired Corona Del Mar jurist and historian Robert Gardner, in exchange for donations to the Surfrider Foundation. This column was originally published April 3, 1993. Tom Heffernan was one of the better people. A barrel-chested guy with a nice smile and a deep voice, Tom was the resident special agent of the FBI during the early days of World War II. I was an ONI officer stationed in San Pedro.
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By: ROBERT GARDNER | August 7, 2005
EDITOR'S NOTE: The Daily Pilot has agreed to republish The Verdict, the ever-popular column written for many years by retired Corona Del Mar jurist and historian Robert Gardner, in exchange for donations to the Surfrider Foundation. This column was originally published in March 1994. I have a suggestion for all those task forces that are trying to put together the so-called Clinton health plan. I think they should look into self help. And just to get them off to a running start, I have a few suggestions for them.
NEWS
November 4, 2004
The Sowers Middle School seventh- and eighth-grade girls' basketball teams won their fifth game in league competition as both defeated Corona del Mar. The Lady Vikings won, 26-8, at the eighth-grade level, and the seventh-grade squad coasted to a 40-4 victory. Eighth-Grade Division Sowers 26, Corona del Mar 8 Kaitlin Davis' steady improvement on the court resulted in a game-high seven points as the Lady Vikings took care of the Lady Sea Kings.
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By: Lauren Vane | September 23, 2005
A space heater left on too close to a bed caused a two-alarm house fire in Corona del Mar early Thursday, leaving one woman hospitalized and another requiring treatment for first- and second-degree burns, fire officials said. Four generations of females were living in the home in the 500 block of Narcissus Avenue when the blaze erupted at 1:40 a.m., fire officials said. Another woman, who rents the upstairs of the house, was not home at the time of fire, officials said.
NEWS
July 28, 2006
CORONA DEL MAR — It's hard out here for a pelican. After a June 22 collision with a car windshield in Laguna Beach, a now-recovered California brown pelican nicknamed "Crash" recently was released at the water's edge in Corona del Mar State Beach. Workers from Huntington Beach's Wetlands and Wildlife Care Center, which nursed the young female bird back to health, also released 10 other pelicans that had been victims of fishing lines and hooks or starvation. Crash may have hit the car because she'd been poisoned by domoic acid, a substance produced by red tide algae that is eaten by fish, which are then eaten by birds.
NEWS
July 27, 2006
CORONA DEL MAR ? It's hard out here for a pelican. After a June 22 collision with a car windshield in Laguna Beach, a now-recovered California brown pelican nicknamed "Crash" recently was released at the water's edge in Corona del Mar State Beach. Workers from Huntington Beach's Wetlands and Wildlife Care Center, which nursed the young female bird back to health, also released 10 other pelicans that had been victims of fishing lines and hooks or starvation. Crash may have hit the car because she'd been poisoned by domoic acid, a substance produced by red tide algae that is eaten by fish, which are then eaten by birds.
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