September 5, 2012
Christiane J. Marshall Christiane J. Marshall passed away August 29th, after 89 wonderful years of life. Chris was born in Charleroi, Belgium in 1923. While attending university she was active in the Belgian resistance during World War II, for which she received numerous awards including two Croix de Guerre from the Belgian government. When the US Army defeated the Germans in Belgium she went to work for the US Army. There, she met her future husband Frank, who then was a captain in the office where she worked. In 1946 she married Frank in Belgium and became a war bride, which began their 63 years of loving marriage until he died in 2009. In late 1946 they traveled to California which was to be their home State for the next 65 years. With great pride Chris became a naturalized citizen in 1948.
November 5, 2010
When/where: Tonight, 7 at Clark Field (Long Beach) Key Lightning: Sr. TB/LB/K Taylor Ross (1,405 yards rushing, 20 TDs); Sr. OL/DL T.J. Danner (65 tackles, three sacks); Jr. WR-DB Taylor Petty (32 catches for 589 yards, three TDs). Key Warriors: Jr. QB/CB Samuel Franklin (569 yards passing, five TDs, seven INTs; 705 yards rushing and seven TDs); Jr. RB/LB Brandon White (737 yards rushing, nine TDs); Jr. TE/LB Bryant Freese (team-high 64 tackles). Breakdown: Sage Hill, ranked No. 8 in the CIF Southern Section East Valley Division, will attempt to rebound from a 10-6 loss to rival St. Margaret's in the Academy League opener … The Lightning (6-2, 0-1 in league)
November 2, 2002
Address: 740 W. Wilson St., Costa Mesa Telephone: (949) 631-7730 Web site: www.apayne.com/harbor.htm Denomination: Assemblies of God Year church established: 1955. Harbor Christian Fellowship is the oldest Assemblies of God church in Costa Mesa. Service times: Sunday worship is at 10 a.m.; Home group Bible study and fellowship meets 7 p.m. Wednesday. Senior pastor: Bill Gartner Size of congregation: 40 Makeup of congregation: Members come primarily from local neighborhoods near the church.
November 16, 2007
When the Sage Hill School football team won at Linfield Christian of Temecula, 36-35, on Oct. 19, it was really nothing more than a nonleague win. Exciting, sure, but the Lightning’s last-minute touchdown drive only served to give Sage Hill a momentum boost going into Academy League play. Much more will be on the line tonight at 7:30, when the teams meet again in the first round of the CIF Southern Section Northeast Division playoffs at Sage Hill. “At the seeding meeting, several coaches I talked to from our league said they were surprised we were paired with a team we’d played so recently,” Sage Hill Coach Pete Anderson said.
February 22, 2003
Church name: Newport Mesa Christian Center Address: 2599 Newport Blvd. Costa Mesa, CA 92627 Telephone: (714) 966-0454 Web site: www.newportmesa.org; additional information about Newport Mesa Christian Center's worship, its children and youth programs and its other ministries and programs is available at the Web site. Denomination: Assemblies of God Year church established: 1938 Service times: Three identical services are held on Sunday at 9 and 11 a.m. and 6 p.m. Children's church and youth church, as well as many adult education classes, are held concurrently with the morning services.
June 4, 2004
Barry Faulkner There could not have been a greater contrast Thursday between the split second that decided the game and the remaining 50-plus minutes of girls soccer action between fifth- and sixth-grade gold division, pool B rivals Mariners Christian School and Eastbluff Elementary. The lone goal in a Daily Pilot Cup clash at the Costa Mesa Sports Farm Complex came with the action stopped, as Katie Deverian directed a slow rolling penalty kick inside the left post three minutes into the 25-minute second half.
April 25, 2002
Bravo, Byron de Arakal. As he is one of the few who seems to have a clear take on our fair city's central problem(s), de Arakal's column ("Merrily on our way to nowhere at all," April 3) captures the essence of what most "improvers" have been vilified for even suggesting. Our Costa Mesa City Council is truly leaderless, stumbling, bumbling along, while issuing irrelevant proclamations and publicly patting each other on the back during City Council meetings for "a job well done," while the citizenry wearily waits into the wee hours of the morning to address relevant problems in hopes of finding real solutions.
November 8, 2005
With seven members facing arraignment, Piecemakers vow to resist health agency's enforcement efforts.It was business as usual at the Piecemakers Country Store in Costa Mesa Monday, despite a county health agency's order to stop serving prepared food. Members of the Piecemakers, a Christian religious sect that operates a craft business and tea room, could face fines and jail time if they do not comply with the Orange County Health Care Agency's order to cease all unapproved food preparation and food service.