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September 10, 2009
Ocean View High School is finally getting a pool ? Olympic-sized. The high school has been waiting 30 years for this and is celebrating with a groundbreaking ceremony Saturday. State and local officials, Huntington Beach Union High School District Supt. Van Riley, board President Bonnie Castrey and Principal Dan Bryan will be at the ceremony. Students will also be on hand with shovels. The pool will be 50 meters, giving Ocean View the only Olympic-sized pool in the district.
NEWS
May 20, 2010
Ocean View High School musicians will bring together pop hits and classical masterpieces at the school's Spring Music Concert on May 27. The concert will blend together the sounds of the Seahawks' choir, drum line, concert and jazz bands for a night of music. The students will play a number of works, including Sting's "Fields of Gold" and Antonin Dvorak's "Symphony No. 9." The concert is free and begins at 7 p.m. at the Ocean View High School theater at 17071 Gothard St. — Britney Barnes
NEWS
September 5, 2002
HAPPENINGS North vs. South Hundreds of residents got a live history lesson in Central Park last week at the Civil War Days reenactment. B1 ALSO: Rockin' Fig shares the latest from the surf scene. B1 Greer Wylder lets you in on the hot back-to-school shopping spots. B2 FAITH 9/11 remembered Michele Marr offers a list of services being offered in Huntington Beach on Sept. 11. A11. SPORTS Hog heaven The fall is here and it is time to toss the pig skin again as Edison and Ocean View high school football programs head into regular season play.
NEWS
January 4, 2001
Army Pvt. Wayne L. Navarro of Huntington Beach has arrived for duty at the Vilseck-Grafenwoehr Military Community in Germany. He is the son of Lloyd and Patti Navarro ... The following were recognized at the 2000-2001 GATE Parent Recognition ceremony for their work in the Fountain Valley School District: Virginia Richardson, Lance Pinkham, Eileen Asahi, Maria Sedlak, Teresa Caldwell and Kathy Headly ... Ocean View High School...
NEWS
May 3, 2001
Angelique Flores HUNTINGTON BEACH -- Ocean View High School students are celebrating diversity this week. Known as International Week, students will have a showcase of dancers performing traditional numbers from Polynesian, Korean, Mexican and Native American cultures. "It's the one big event we put on to promote cultural awareness and tolerance," said senior Brandon Chao, one of the school's Associated Study Body Commissioners of Cultural Awareness.
NEWS
April 8, 2010
City Councilman Joe Carchio has filed for reelection this year in Huntington Beach, going up against 17 challengers for four open seats in November. Carchio, who is completing his first term on the council, filed his candidate intention statement last week. A small-business owner and former basketball and football coach at Ocean View High School, he has served as a council liaison with several community groups, including the Citizens Participation Advisory Board, Community Services Commission, Library Board and Neighborhood Watch.
NEWS
April 6, 2010
City Councilman Joe Carchio has filed for reelection this year in Huntington Beach, going up against 17 challengers for four open seats in November. Carchio, who is completing his first term on the council, filed his candidate intention statement last week. A small business owner and former basketball and football coach at Ocean View High School, he has served as a council liaison with several community groups, including the Citizens Participation Advisory Board, Community Services Commission, Library Board and Neighborhood Watch.
NEWS
April 23, 2009
The city will hold four town hall meetings at area high schools beginning at 7 p.m. April 30 in the Marina High School cafeteria, 15871 Springdale St. At the meetings, residents will have the opportunity to discuss community issues with city department heads. Mayor Keith Bohr will lead each meeting, and will be joined by Mayor Pro Tem Cathy Green and Councilman Gil Coerper, along with City Administrator Fred Wilson and department heads. Topics will include the city budget and development projects.
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By Mike Sciacca | October 26, 2011
Jim Harris, the face of Ocean View boys' basketball and the man who gave the program its identity, died Sunday night after a struggle with kidney cancer. The only boys' basketball coach in the school's history was 67. Harris' coaching career at Ocean View spanned 33 years. During that time, his teams won 19 league championships and three CIF Southern Section titles. He also coached the Ocean View girls' varsity program, which is now headed by his daughter, Kim Morris. His son, Jimmy, was an All-CIF player for his father and later an assistant coach.
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SPORTS
October 19, 2011
Wednesday of last week was such a strange day. The mercury pushed up near 100 degrees throughout the region, the sort of strange, unseasonably arid kind of day that will prompt at least a few to start wondering about "earthquake weather. " It was a summer day that didn't happen all summer, and the odd, almost-eerie stillness that comes with such an afternoon was obliterated about 1:30 when a gunman in Seal Beach opened fire, killing eight innocent people (and injuring a ninth).
ENTERTAINMENT
May 18, 2011
YOUR WEEKEND FRIDAY: Tribute bands Barracuda (Heart) and Stone Free (Jimi Hendrix) perform at Gallagher's Pub & Grill, 300 Pacific Coast Hwy., No. 113, Huntington Beach. The show starts at 9 p.m. and is 21 and older only. For more information, visit http://www.gallagherspub.com. SATURDAY: OMC Gallery for Contemporary Art, 7561 Center Ave., Huntington Beach, presents "Tribute to Black on White," a photo exhibit featuring the works of Harold Chapman, Nick Dekker, Pavel Odvody and Renate Scherra.
NEWS
June 10, 2010
It took Michael Place four years to finish one at Ocean View High School. The Alaska native had a rough time before enrolling at Ocean View, losing both of his parents and bouncing from one family member's home to another. During his first three years of high school, he landed in juvenile hall four times and often had to spend semesters at Valley Vista High School, the district's continuation campus, before he could return to Ocean View. By his senior year, though, the 18-year-old vowed to change his ways.
NEWS
By Michael Miller | June 10, 2010
Adriel and Aian Vissani plan to board an airplane for the first time in their lives in August 2011. And they don't expect the life-changing experience to end there. The twin brothers are among the members of St. Wilfrid's Episcopal Church in Huntington Beach flying to Arusha, Tanzania next summer to help renovate a school and soccer field. The Vissanis have been out of the country before when they went on church missions to Tijuana, but they expect the shock to be even greater when they land in the impoverished African country.
NEWS
May 20, 2010
Ocean View High School musicians will bring together pop hits and classical masterpieces at the school's Spring Music Concert on May 27. The concert will blend together the sounds of the Seahawks' choir, drum line, concert and jazz bands for a night of music. The students will play a number of works, including Sting's "Fields of Gold" and Antonin Dvorak's "Symphony No. 9." The concert is free and begins at 7 p.m. at the Ocean View High School theater at 17071 Gothard St. — Britney Barnes
NEWS
April 8, 2010
City Councilman Joe Carchio has filed for reelection this year in Huntington Beach, going up against 17 challengers for four open seats in November. Carchio, who is completing his first term on the council, filed his candidate intention statement last week. A small-business owner and former basketball and football coach at Ocean View High School, he has served as a council liaison with several community groups, including the Citizens Participation Advisory Board, Community Services Commission, Library Board and Neighborhood Watch.
NEWS
April 6, 2010
City Councilman Joe Carchio has filed for reelection this year in Huntington Beach, going up against 17 challengers for four open seats in November. Carchio, who is completing his first term on the council, filed his candidate intention statement last week. A small business owner and former basketball and football coach at Ocean View High School, he has served as a council liaison with several community groups, including the Citizens Participation Advisory Board, Community Services Commission, Library Board and Neighborhood Watch.
LOCAL
By Britney Barnes | January 7, 2010
An Orange County district attorney prosecutor and his wife were arrested over the holidays on suspicion of domestic violence. David Brent, 53, and his wife, Roshawn Brent, 27, were arrested in the late hours of Christmas Day after allegedly injuring each other. David Brent, an assistant deputy district attorney and the head of the homicide unit, has been working for the district attorney’s office for 24 years, said Susan Kang Schroeder, spokeswoman for the district attorney’s office.
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