June 19, 2012
You might want to check to see if the surf's up Wednesday. The California Assembly on Monday approved a resolution declaring June 20 International Surfing Day, and the head of the sport's international advocacy group is urging people to take the day off to hit the waves. "You have my permission to skip work," Surfrider Foundation Chief Executive Jim Moriarty announced on Twitter . "I'll even write your sick note....
January 27, 2010
In his recent State of the State address, Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger addressed our fiscal deficits. He lamented that the budget for the Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation has doubled on his watch. Moreover, the governor is tired of California being a donor state. Recent estimates suggest that California gets back 78 cents for every tax dollar sent to Washington. His answer?: “We need to work with the federal government to build a more fair and equitable financial relationship.
October 27, 2009
The 2009 Golden State Spirit All-State Team Was announced November 22, 2008. These 15 girls were chosen from the best of the best from the state of California based on Cheerleading skills, Academics and outstanding Community Service. The following girls were chosen to the California All-State Team: From Granite Bay High School Allison Grace From Hart High School Stephanie Harris From Magic All Stars Lauren Loos From Victory Cheer Company Natalie Corwin From Riptides Brittany Scholl From Mater Dei High School Kendall Bullock From Costa Mesa High School Allison Krikorian ...
June 4, 2012
Editor's note: The Daily Pilot was not granted access to Mitt Romney's visit to the Balboa Bay Club & Resort on Friday night and instead covered the protests outside. This story from pool reports was made available later. * A confident-sounding Mitt Romney in Newport Beach mocked his rival's campaign Friday, hours after the release of disappointing jobs numbers put Democrats on the defensive. At his private fundraiser at the Balboa Bay Club & Resort — where four tickets fetched as much as $25,000 — Romney joked about a visit former President George W. Bush made to the White House a day earlier for the unveiling of his official portrait.
July 13, 2009
Submitted by Kelsey Chase July 12, 2009 As a summer intern in a city full of unique opportunities and rare experiences I have made every effort to make the best of my stay in Washington DC. You really never know who you might see or what you might stumble across. So far, a couple notable experiences I’ve had were attending a small presentation given by the former Presidential candidate John McCain and sitting in on a Congressional hearing that my boss testified at. This week I had a memorable experience meeting the Senator of California, Senator Diane Feinstein.
August 2, 2011
Lumpkin, Charles Keith (aka Keith Charles) Born in Long Beach, California on March 19, 1925, passed away on July 30, 2011 in Newport Beach, California. Served in the U.S. Navy in World War II. Graduated from Claremont McKenna College. Chairman of Horton & Converse Pharmacies for over 36 years. Married for nearly 59 years to Lillian. His family also includes son, Keith and his wife, Leonie; grandson, Nicholas and his wife, Micaela; grandson, Charles and his wife, Katie; granddaughter, Tilly; and great granddaughter, Emma.
January 6, 2012
Saad F. Nohra (John) September 4, 1932-December 23, 2011 Resident of Alameda, California Born in Alexandria, Egypt on September 4, 1932 to the late Fouad Nohra and Odette Antonios., Saad (John) Nohra passed away peacefully in Alameda, California on December 23, 2011 surrounded by his beloved wife, Irene Nohra and his children Guy(Linda) Nohra, Carol (Gary) Crane, and Maureen Nohra (James Gilchrist). He also leaves behind his loving grandchildren, Brittany and Camille Nohra, Tess, Jason, and Hannah Crane and Quinn and Chloe Gilchrist.
October 18, 2013
Pidio “Pete” Anthony Martinez Pete was born on November 8th, 1957 in East Los Angeles, California. He grew up in Hacienda Heights, California with his parents Elpidio and Betty Martinez, along with his siblings Emelynn, Esther, Vincent, Paula, Victor, David and Kelly. Pete attended Glen A. Wilson High School. Pete's first born child, Elpidio Anthony Martinez II, was born on August 2nd, 1976 in La Mirada, California, as well as his second son, Daniel Ray Martinez on February 6th, 1978. Pete worked at Owens & Minor as a distribution manager for 20 years, where he met the love of his life, Laurie Anne Nieto. Pete & Laurie married on July 16, 1994 in Nipomo, CA. Through their marriage they joined two families, Pete and his sons with Laurie and her daughter, Nicole Ann Siwiecki and son Ryan Paul Siwiecki. On January 11th, 1996, Quinton Scott Martinez joined the family. In 2001, Elpidio married Erin and gave Pete his two grandchildren, Kaitlin and Madison. Pete & Laurie built a life and home together in Huntington Beach, CA. For the last 13 years, Pete worked as the Operations Manager at Hoag Hospital in Newport Beach, CA. He selflessly volunteered for many community projects sponsored by Hoag. Pete and his family were very active members of the St. Simon & Jude parish.
March 7, 2013
HAL LEHMAN May 8, 1918 - February 26, 2013 Hal Lehman, 94, a 55-year resident of Newport Beach, died peacefully after a long illness, at his Lido Isle home, surrounded by family on Tuesday, February 26, 2013. Hal, the only surviving son of Gladys and Benjamin H. Lehman, was born at home in Boston on May 18, 1918 during the post-WW I flu epidemic. He was basically a life-long Californian, however, having moved with his family to Berkeley in 1920, when his father joined the University of California faculty as a professor of English. Hal's mother and father were divorced in 1922 and his mother moved to Los Angeles where she subsequently became a screen writer and was one of the founders of the Screen Writers' Guild. As a result of the divorce Hal spent a lot of time on trains between northern and southern California, spending one year with his father in Berkeley and the next with his mother in Toluca Lake. That arrangement continued until he was 16, when he decided to stay in southern California closer to most of his friends. Graduating from North Hollywood High, he went on to UC Berkeley WWII was on the horizon and he joined the Army in 1940. A good portion of the next five years were spent in the South Pacific theater.
May 27, 2009
Boys 3-4 Grade Gold Division Lincoln 5, Harbor View 0 COSTA MESA — Sam Neiger and Tanner Cislaw scored two goals each to help lead Lincoln to the pool-play win Wednesday at the Costa Mesa Farm Complex. Brennan Greenwald added a goal and an assist for Lincoln, which grabed its first win and improved to 1-1. Myles Glenn had an assist, as did Sohil Wadood and Justin Lloyd. Lloyd also provided strong defense in the midfield, helping Lincoln record the shutout and bounce back from its loss to defending champion Carden Hall on Tuesday.