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By: | October 14, 2005
Too few at CaDance performance At our local high school theater, I attended two magnificent performances of the CaDance Festival performed by national, award-winning dancers. I'm still reeling from the beauty of it all. This was a rare opportunity for the residents of Laguna Beach, and what a shame the theater was less than half full. We sat third row center for $35. Would our residents rather go to New York City or Aspen, where I have seen them at triple the price?
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LOCAL
November 2, 2006
EDITOR'S NOTE: These people were arrested on suspicion of driving under the influence of an intoxicant. They are considered innocent until proved guilty. Michael A. Jordan, 22, Long Beach Dane Kibodeaux, 23, Huntington Beach Neil P. Christian, 23, San Clemente Tana Ashby, 45, Huntington Beach Rikki R. Shafer, 18, Huntington Beach Rebecca A. Mills, 24, Huntington Beach Teresa M. Nunez, 22, Whittier Brad S. Johnson, 23, La Habra Sheva Hosseinzadeh, 21, Long Beach Johnnie A. Ramirez, 35, Long Beach David S. McLaren, 35, Huntington Beach Stanley Sibiglia, 47, Santa Ana Paul B. Cortez, 51, Huntington Beach Ronald I. Whitcomb, 79, Huntington Beach Stacey L. Obryan, 45, Huntington Beach Chris J. Studdard, 40, Huntington Beach Krystal S. Lafaye, 24, Laguna Beach Christopher Tannler, 35, Huntington Beach Scott T. Alverson, 29, Santa Ana Lisa M. Harden, 21, Covina
NEWS
By: Lauren Vane | September 2, 2005
A man was killed late Monday while crossing South Coast Highway at Eagle Rock Way in a marked and lighted crosswalk, police said. It is the second crosswalk fatality in 12 months. Jaime Ramirez, 20, of Mexico, was transported to Mission Hospital in Mission Viejo, where he died of injuries. Jaime Ramirez's cousin, Marcos Ramirez,19, was also injured in the accident. He's in serious condition at Mission Hospital. The two men were hit in the marked crosswalk, illuminated by flashing lights, by a 49-year-old Tustin man driving a Toyota Sequoia.
NEWS
May 4, 2000
GAINS DISTINGUISHED SCHOOL BUS DRIVER Sally Miller, a newly retired Ocean View School District bus driver, was named California's School Bus Driver of the Year last week. Miller, 62, said she considered the children on her route to be like her own grandchildren. "For 25 years... to drive a big, yellow bus without ever being involved in a collision is pretty remarkable," says Denise Medina, an officer with the California Highway Patrol, which gave Miller the award.
NEWS
By: | August 26, 2005
Brian Allan exhibit reception Saturday Laguna Beach artist Brian Allan will have his work on exhibit at Spa Josephine with an artist reception from 4 to 7 p.m. Saturday. The exhibit will run through Sept. 30 with 25% of all sales donated to the Laguna College of Art and Design Student Scholarship Fund. Auction to support Sawdust benefit fund The Sawdust Art Festival's 19th annual Benevolence Fund Art Auction will be from noon to 3 p.m. Sunday. The purpose of the Benevolence Fund is to help artists in Laguna Beach should they face hardship.
NEWS
By: | September 23, 2005
Name: Jody Stevens Position: Running back/ defensive back Height: 5 feet 11 Weight: 175 Year: Senior Game Highlights: Stevens rushed for 50 yards and a touchdown on offense as Laguna Beach rallied to tie Ocean View, 14-14, in nonleague action Sept. 16. Defensively, Stevens had several key tackles for losses, in addition to a few big hits. Coach's comments: "The kid played through a broken hand and never missed a play," Laguna coach Jimmy Nolan said.
SPORTS
March 4, 2010
The Junior Pee Wee Green Charger cheer squad of the Huntington Beach Pop Warner Football League traveled to Las Vegas the first weekend of February to compete in the Jamz Nationals Cheer competition. The girls competed in two categories, Performance and Show. The team placed first in the Performance category to become Jamz National Champions. They also placed second in the Show category. The girls cheered from August to January and worked hard for the competition in Las Vegas. The team members are Jessalyn Alvarado, Kaylie Flowers, Charissa Martinez, Madison Moses, Alyssa Sandford, Briana Spainhour, Amanda Sprowls and Alison Steinmetz.
SPORTS
February 28, 2008
TODAY Boys? Golf (2 p.m.) Downey vs. Huntington (at SeaCliff CC) (2:30 p.m.) Edison vs. Estancia (at Mesa Verde CC) Boys? Tennis (3 p.m.) Huntington at Laguna Beach St. Margaret?s at Marina Track & Field (3 p.m.) Ocean View at Irvine Lacrosse (6:30 p.m.) Huntington at Mission Viejo ? FRIDAY Softball (2:30 p.m.) Marina at Rosary (3:15 p.m.) Camarillo at Edison Baseball (TBA)
NEWS
By: Elizabeth Pearson-Schneider | August 26, 2005
I am disappointed that some recent letters to the paper discussing the city's financial management practices were so badly misrepresented. One letter, in particular, was extremely inaccurate. First, some of the numbers in the letter were just plain wrong. For example, San Clemente's annual budget is not $43 million -- it is $102 million (as of 2004). They have a population of 60,701, while we have a population of approximately 24,500. Some of the comparisons in the letters were also not apple-to-apple and, thus, bad examples.
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