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May 11, 2000
The following people were arrested on suspicion of driving under the influence of an intoxicant. They have been arrested on suspicion of a crime and, as with all crimes, are considered innocent until proved guilty. FOUNTAIN VALLEY Richard Manning, 37, Garden Grove Alfredo Miranda, 36, Santa Ana HUNTINGTON BEACH Bernard J. Cain, 47, Dana Point Heidi A. Patla, 46, Costa Mesa Robert D. Sproul, 52, Riverside William R. Karslow, 38, West Valley, Utah Elvis Carrillo, 27, Santa Ana James A. Tullio, 47, Huntington Beach Alberto Z. Bello, 38, Anaheim Ninda Koukhamsay, 20, Long Beach Adam L. Neal, 21, Whittier Louis R. Hughes, 70, Anaheim Qasim S. Tremazi, 25, Huntington Beach Thanh P. N. Tran, 27, Simi Valley James E. Fanning, 18, La Palma Jill R. Carl, 21, Santa Ana
NEWS
February 10, 2000
The following people were arrested on suspicion of driving under the influence of an intoxicant. They have only been arrested on suspicion of a crime, and as with all crimes are considered innocent until proved guilty. FOUNTAIN VALLEY Diane P. Garcia, 49, Huntington Beach Cutberto H. Tolentino, 28, Tustin HUNTINGTON BEACH Julie A. Christine, 42, Costa Mesa George Collo, 75, Huntington Beach Jay M. Decker, 50, La Palma Rebecca A. Dickerson, 33, Huntington Beach Charles D. Herrema, 41, Seal Beach Michael A. Irwin, 29, Huntington Beach Paul E. McGraw, 42, Huntington Beach Abha Oswal, 20, Placentia Daniel P. Russotti, 38, Las Vegas Craig Sands, 47, Manhattan Beach Tara J. Schaeffer, 30, Huntington Beach Matthew P. Wharton, 18, Garden Grove Richard V. Yoswa, 59, St. Paul, Minn.
NEWS
July 31, 2003
Huntington Valley Little League's Major Division All-Star team had its baseball season come to an end in a 7-5 loss to Tustin Western in the Section 5 Tournament played at Curtis Park in Mission Viejo. Huntington Valley got off to a quick start in jumping to a 4-0 first inning lead. Barry Luke and Nick Mazzone started the game with consecutive singles and singles by Race Parmenter and Tim Higgins led to three runs. Tanner Phillips later grounded out to score Higgins.
NEWS
By: Tom Harman | September 8, 2005
This month marks the fourth anniversary of a day we will never forget. On Sept. 11, 2001, 3,000 people died in New York City, Washington, D.C., and Pennsylvania. Victims included firefighters and police officers who were gallantly saving their fellow citizens from the burning World Trade Center buildings; military personnel on duty at the Pentagon; and hundreds of others who were simply doing what they did every day. Fifty Californians died that day. They were people like David and Lynn Angell of Pasadena, who were passengers on American Airlines Flight 11, en route to Los Angeles from Boston; and Yeoman 2nd Class Melissa Rose Barnes of Redlands, a sailor working at the Pentagon during the time of the attack.
NEWS
November 13, 2003
Jenny Marder While Assemblyman Tom Harman can't be losing much sleep over this year's reelection campaign, all signs point to a tougher battle in 2006 when he plans to run for county supervisor. His decision could result in a swap between two of Orange County'smost influential politicians, as Supervisor Jim Silva, who will be termed out in 2006, said he may seek Harman's Assembly seat. Harman, who is running for reelection to the 67th Assembly District, has announced that he plans to seek the supervisor's seat when he's termed out of office in 2006.
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By Alicia Robinson | April 6, 2006
Larry Caballero Age: 60 Residence: La Palma Party: Democrat Family: Married to Margaret; with two grown sons. Education: Bachelors degree in English and history from Cal State Long Beach, 1967; masters degree in education from Cal State Long Beach, 1973. Career: Teacher of English, journalism, history and government; taught at Banning Senior High School in Wilmington from 1970 to 2001 and at South Gate Community Adult School from 2001 to 2006; executive board member of the California Democratic Party In a race where his opponents together have already spent nearly $1 million, Democrat Larry Caballero's bid for the 35th District Senate seat may be the cheapest in history.
NEWS
By Purnima Mudnal | June 8, 2006
Orange County Supervisor Jim Silva held on to a 10.3% lead over his nearest rival, Cypress City Councilman Mike McGill, in the 67th District state Assembly race to win the Republican primary, according to final unofficial results released by the Orange County Registrar of Voters. "It's over, and I'm very excited about that," Silva said at his Huntington Harbour waterfront home, where about 100 guests gathered for the election party Tuesday . Silva was the favorite to win, having built formidable name recognition and endorsements during his time in elected office.
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April 2, 2009
EDITOR?S NOTE: These people were arrested on suspicion of driving under the influence of an intoxicant. They are considered innocent until proved guilty. Wayne A. Depew, 25, Garden Grove Chau P. Nguyen, 46, Anaheim Sharla D. Brown, 56, Fullerton Jonathan R. Montoya, 25, Huntington Beach Ricardo A. Garcia, 21, Temple City Jose S. Rivera, 23, Newark Lauri F. Howell, 43, Huntington Beach Amy M. Sanders, 25, Huntington Beach April D. Sena, 21, Laguna Niguel Jorge A. Mancilla, 24, Westminster Jeffrey G. Davis, 21, Huntington Beach Tetsuji Hattori, 40, Costa Mesa Tobie L. Anderson, 32, Long Beach Richard Caillouette, 53, Huntington Beach Nikole M. Tapia, 26, Garden Grove Donald Snow, 35, Huntington Beach Sean M. Goss, 37, Huntington Beach Sharyn S. Campbell, 44, Huntington Beach Gregory Vasquez, 31, Garden Grove Michael D. Alkov, 57, Westminster Gail J. Roberts, 39, Huntington Beach Danielle M. Bergeron, 23, La Palma Jannalee L. Balenger, 29, San Clemente Tommie L. Williams, 24, Downey Jonathan C. Broesel, 29, Long Beach Kalliane M. Cheav, 27, Long Beach Luisa D. Rodriguez, 44, Costa Mesa Jason L. Mayo, 27, Camp Pendleton Stephanie E. Polster, 23. Twentynine Palms Morgan O?
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By Purnima Mudnal | June 8, 2006
Orange County Supervisor Jim Silva held on to a 10.3% lead over his nearest rival, Cypress City Councilman Mike McGill, in the 67th District state Assembly race to win the Republican primary, according to final unofficial results released by the Orange County Registrar of Voters. "It's over, and I'm very excited about that," Silva said at his Huntington Harbour waterfront home, where about 100 guests gathered for the election party Tuesday . Silva was the favorite to win, having built formidable name recognition and endorsements during his time in elected office.
NEWS
By Alicia Robinson | April 6, 2006
Larry Caballero Age: 60 Residence: La Palma Party: Democrat Family: Married to Margaret; with two grown sons. Education: Bachelors degree in English and history from Cal State Long Beach, 1967; masters degree in education from Cal State Long Beach, 1973. Career: Teacher of English, journalism, history and government; taught at Banning Senior High School in Wilmington from 1970 to 2001 and at South Gate Community Adult School from 2001 to 2006; executive board member of the California Democratic Party In a race where his opponents together have already spent nearly $1 million, Democrat Larry Caballero's bid for the 35th District Senate seat may be the cheapest in history.
NEWS
By: Tom Harman | September 8, 2005
This month marks the fourth anniversary of a day we will never forget. On Sept. 11, 2001, 3,000 people died in New York City, Washington, D.C., and Pennsylvania. Victims included firefighters and police officers who were gallantly saving their fellow citizens from the burning World Trade Center buildings; military personnel on duty at the Pentagon; and hundreds of others who were simply doing what they did every day. Fifty Californians died that day. They were people like David and Lynn Angell of Pasadena, who were passengers on American Airlines Flight 11, en route to Los Angeles from Boston; and Yeoman 2nd Class Melissa Rose Barnes of Redlands, a sailor working at the Pentagon during the time of the attack.
NEWS
November 13, 2003
Jenny Marder While Assemblyman Tom Harman can't be losing much sleep over this year's reelection campaign, all signs point to a tougher battle in 2006 when he plans to run for county supervisor. His decision could result in a swap between two of Orange County'smost influential politicians, as Supervisor Jim Silva, who will be termed out in 2006, said he may seek Harman's Assembly seat. Harman, who is running for reelection to the 67th Assembly District, has announced that he plans to seek the supervisor's seat when he's termed out of office in 2006.
NEWS
July 31, 2003
Huntington Valley Little League's Major Division All-Star team had its baseball season come to an end in a 7-5 loss to Tustin Western in the Section 5 Tournament played at Curtis Park in Mission Viejo. Huntington Valley got off to a quick start in jumping to a 4-0 first inning lead. Barry Luke and Nick Mazzone started the game with consecutive singles and singles by Race Parmenter and Tim Higgins led to three runs. Tanner Phillips later grounded out to score Higgins.
NEWS
May 11, 2000
The following people were arrested on suspicion of driving under the influence of an intoxicant. They have been arrested on suspicion of a crime and, as with all crimes, are considered innocent until proved guilty. FOUNTAIN VALLEY Richard Manning, 37, Garden Grove Alfredo Miranda, 36, Santa Ana HUNTINGTON BEACH Bernard J. Cain, 47, Dana Point Heidi A. Patla, 46, Costa Mesa Robert D. Sproul, 52, Riverside William R. Karslow, 38, West Valley, Utah Elvis Carrillo, 27, Santa Ana James A. Tullio, 47, Huntington Beach Alberto Z. Bello, 38, Anaheim Ninda Koukhamsay, 20, Long Beach Adam L. Neal, 21, Whittier Louis R. Hughes, 70, Anaheim Qasim S. Tremazi, 25, Huntington Beach Thanh P. N. Tran, 27, Simi Valley James E. Fanning, 18, La Palma Jill R. Carl, 21, Santa Ana
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