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April 6, 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 James T. Cobb, 31, Fountain Valley Sheila L. Valdez, 53, Santa Ana Sharon S. Yip, 19, Westminster HUNTINGTON BEACH Keith W. Eggers, 34, Huntington Beach David E. McCrea, 34, Huntington Beach Diego M. Gavirea, 37, Huntington Beach Michael A. Nelson, 23, San Pedro George P. Libeherr, 45, Huntington Beach Trevor M. Fritz, 27, Huntington Beach Donna L. Lober, 54, Huntington Beach Timothy R. Rich 36, Huntington Beach Jennifer C. Hutchinson, 48, Huntington Beach William T, McCoy, 39, Santa Fe, N.M. Robert T. Duffy, 23, Wakefield, Minn.
NEWS
August 12, 2004
These 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. Jon S. Reitz, 39, San Pedro Christopher J. Pereida, 21, Upland Dean C. Sladek, 33, Huntington Beach Vanessa V. Obanda, 26, Huntington Beach Shenoa L. Peterson, 27, Huntington Beach Amber L. Litman, 21, Huntington Beach Jessica M. Olson, 26, Buena Park Adriana A. Coman, 24, Tarzana Lisa A. Campbell, 41, Huntington Beach Ken Y. Kausler, 23, Coto de Caza Hans W. Rethorn, 52, Costa Mesa Steven L. White, 23, Riverside Scott V. Rungo, 39, Westminster Justin M. Gersonde, 24, Huntington Beach Emily T. Burgos, 27, Anaheim Tye R. Brewer, 42, Huntington Beach Brian C. Behrens, 29, Fallbrook Ralph W. Moore, 77, Huntington Beach Ralph Munoz, 40, Garden Grove
ENTERTAINMENT
By Kelly Strodl | August 24, 2006
Ever since they were little girls, Marilyn, Bungy and Ba Hedley have been scouring beaches for little things left behind that could be transformed into treasures. They learned this love from their father, Eli Hedley, the man named by the Wall Street Journal as "The Original Beachcomber." The San Pedro resident had quite an impressive resume by the time he died in 1981, having worked in Hollywood as a set designer and decorated hotels, bars and entire apartment complexes in his tiki style.
NEWS
May 10, 2001
Huntington Beach's Danny Ray LeMaster was edged out by Stewart Cohen of Northridge in the Senior Men's competition at last weekend's Championship Tour Series surfing event held at the San Clemente Pier. LeMaster was one of three Huntington Beach surfers to place high at the five-star event, which was held in fair to good surf conditions and featured 3- to 5-foot waves. James Webb placed fourth in Masters and Jay Boldt was fourth in Grandmasters.
NEWS
May 11, 2000
The HB Lightning, a girls Under-14 soccer team out of AYSO Region 143 (Westminster/Huntington Beach), captured third place last weekend at The Fox and The Hare Tournament held in Lakewood. By shutting out host Lakewood, Valencia, and Redondo Beach, the Lightning secured first place in their pool to advance to the medal round. In their semifinal match, the Lightning were defeated by San Pedro (Region 6), 4-1. Members of the HB Lightning include Jessica Abdou, Megan Bell, Shauna Brown, Tara Fox, Aubrie Fuette, Jessica Goud, Gena Johnson, Nina Kratter, Caitlin McGinnis, Ann-Mari Osgood, Janet Peterson, Hilary Pohlman, Lindsey Rodgers, and Lauren Stimmler.
FEATURES
By Kelly Strodl | April 19, 2007
As the sun rose, Lindsey Eastman paddled through the Pacific Ocean, miles out to sea, salty water lapping in her face. For the past few hours she had been fighting a 102-degree body temperature, nausea, and exhaustion and she still had more than 30 miles to go. Regardless, the 22-year-old from Huntington Beach pulled herself through the water, stroke by stroke, until her hour was up. Gruelingly, Eastman lugged herself out of the water and into...
NEWS
By Michael Alexander | July 11, 2007
The Coastal Commission has given a mixed response to the city on its request to pull a permit application for the long-contentious Parkside housing development near the Bolsa Chica, city officials said. The city and developer Shea Properties now appear to be faced with a tough choice: letting a deadline expire and facing a major delay in the permit process, or going up to the commission’s meeting Wednesday knowing that a staff report on the issue supports many of Parkside opponents’ positions.
NEWS
By Michael Alexander | July 5, 2007
The Coastal Commission has given a mixed response to the city on its request to pull a permit application for the long-contentious Parkside housing development near the Bolsa Chica, city officials said. The city and developer Shea Properties now appear to be faced with a tough choice: letting a deadline expire and facing a major delay in the permit process, or going up to the commission’s meeting Wednesday knowing that a staff report on the issue supports many of Parkside opponents’ positions.
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By Michael Alexander | July 11, 2007
The Coastal Commission has given a mixed response to the city on its request to pull a permit application for the long-contentious Parkside housing development near the Bolsa Chica, city officials said. The city and developer Shea Properties now appear to be faced with a tough choice: letting a deadline expire and facing a major delay in the permit process, or going up to the commission’s meeting Wednesday knowing that a staff report on the issue supports many of Parkside opponents’ positions.
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By Michael Alexander | July 5, 2007
The Coastal Commission has given a mixed response to the city on its request to pull a permit application for the long-contentious Parkside housing development near the Bolsa Chica, city officials said. The city and developer Shea Properties now appear to be faced with a tough choice: letting a deadline expire and facing a major delay in the permit process, or going up to the commission’s meeting Wednesday knowing that a staff report on the issue supports many of Parkside opponents’ positions.
FEATURES
By Kelly Strodl | April 19, 2007
As the sun rose, Lindsey Eastman paddled through the Pacific Ocean, miles out to sea, salty water lapping in her face. For the past few hours she had been fighting a 102-degree body temperature, nausea, and exhaustion and she still had more than 30 miles to go. Regardless, the 22-year-old from Huntington Beach pulled herself through the water, stroke by stroke, until her hour was up. Gruelingly, Eastman lugged herself out of the water and into...
ENTERTAINMENT
By Kelly Strodl | August 24, 2006
Ever since they were little girls, Marilyn, Bungy and Ba Hedley have been scouring beaches for little things left behind that could be transformed into treasures. They learned this love from their father, Eli Hedley, the man named by the Wall Street Journal as "The Original Beachcomber." The San Pedro resident had quite an impressive resume by the time he died in 1981, having worked in Hollywood as a set designer and decorated hotels, bars and entire apartment complexes in his tiki style.
NEWS
July 7, 2005
These 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. Joshua G. Smith, 23, Irvine Sharon L. Stureman, 55, Huntington Beach Mark D. Bridge, 27, Anaheim Thomas M. Williams, 34, San Pedro Jack S. Zagunis, 20, Los Angeles Fred H. Tomlin, 57, Cypress Mike W. Smith, 40, Anaheim Richard L. Hartman, 53, Costa Mesa John S. Oney, 20, Lakewood Leann Novratil, 40, Huntington Beach Christopher C. Hirschman, 22, Huntington Beach Ray A. Wolf, 49, Huntington Beach Margarito Flores, 33, Pomona Jorge B. Peralta, 22, Huntington Beach Allison K. Young, 33, Huntington Beach David A. Roberts, 28, Long Beach Kurt C. Boyd, 42, Costa Mesa Robert A. Gersten, 25, Huntington Beach Jason K. Green, 28, Costa Mesa David F. Sabo, 27, San Clemente Felipe Bandini, 22, Huntington Beach Geofrey L. Beltz, 54, Oregon Oneida Gonzalez, 24, Long Beach Stanley P. Jones, 44, Huntington Beach Albert M. Flores, 26, Anaheim
NEWS
August 14, 2003
It was on a beautiful day in May 1975 that our look back subject watched Burton Meyer Jr., grand master of Masons in California and Hawaii, conduct a cornerstone laying ceremony for the dedication of a new elementary school at 8800 Burlcrest Drive in Huntington Beach. In our look back, one gentleman had more then a passing interest in this ceremony and the school. For when completed, the school would bear his name. The new school would be called Moffett Elementary School in honor of Sylvester Alvin Moffett.
NEWS
May 10, 2001
Huntington Beach's Danny Ray LeMaster was edged out by Stewart Cohen of Northridge in the Senior Men's competition at last weekend's Championship Tour Series surfing event held at the San Clemente Pier. LeMaster was one of three Huntington Beach surfers to place high at the five-star event, which was held in fair to good surf conditions and featured 3- to 5-foot waves. James Webb placed fourth in Masters and Jay Boldt was fourth in Grandmasters.
NEWS
May 11, 2000
The HB Lightning, a girls Under-14 soccer team out of AYSO Region 143 (Westminster/Huntington Beach), captured third place last weekend at The Fox and The Hare Tournament held in Lakewood. By shutting out host Lakewood, Valencia, and Redondo Beach, the Lightning secured first place in their pool to advance to the medal round. In their semifinal match, the Lightning were defeated by San Pedro (Region 6), 4-1. Members of the HB Lightning include Jessica Abdou, Megan Bell, Shauna Brown, Tara Fox, Aubrie Fuette, Jessica Goud, Gena Johnson, Nina Kratter, Caitlin McGinnis, Ann-Mari Osgood, Janet Peterson, Hilary Pohlman, Lindsey Rodgers, and Lauren Stimmler.
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