June 9, 2004
Girls 5-6 GOLD Eastbluff Heather Barrett Delphine Bioche Corey Cano Tess Crane Courtney Davison Scarlett Fallon Sam Gail Amanda Garrett Taryn Greenberg Tasha Greenberg Hannah Hagemann Kelsey Johnston Athena Livadas Maria Mendoza Emma Nelson Hailey Senske Riley Senske Hanna Stuart Ashley Svendsen Kasia Walleen Peyton Wolonsky...
January 2, 2014
Born in Nashville, TN on March 19, 1933 to the late Nancy & Marion Smith, Marion Smith passed away in Newport Beach on December 29, 2013. Marion grew up in Nashville with 2 sisters and attended Vanderbilt University where he pledged Phi Delta Theta. After 2 years, he transferred to Northwestern University where he earned a BS in Finance. From 1954-1959, Marion earned his wings as a fighter pilot and bombardier navigator in the US Navy where he piloted planes off of aircraft carriers.
August 1, 2006
The Daily Pilot asked students in Erik Nelsen's Ocean Adventures camp, "What's the key to being a good surfer?" "You actually have to like the sport of surfing because there's a lot of work to it. When waves break and you want to get further out, you've got to have a lot of arm strength to paddle through the waves." Carsen McBeath, 14 Las Vegas, Nev. "Just have fun." Birdie Crane, 10 Newport Beach "Never give up. Just always try your hardest."
December 8, 2008
Bruce Glover Community Correspondent The Corona Del Mar Girls U-12 division soccer champions finished their weekend with a 2-1 win over a very talented and tough Costa Mesa team. The victory secured the Mayors Cup for region 57. The team, lead by coach John Pedicini, won all three of their matches with contributions from every player. Offensive standouts Taylor Pedicini, Sara Reynoso and Alyssa Cartiel kept the pressure on while Sydnee Grissenger and Gabriella Glover anchored an impressive defense.
June 3, 2009
The Rotary Club of Newport-Balboa and the Newport Beach Chamber of Commerce honored six students from Corona Del Mar Intermediate School with Character Awards in a ceremony Wednesday at the Newport Beach campus. The Character Awards are meant to encourage and support good character among local youths. They were selected by teachers, school administrators and parents based on their distinguished attributes. The six students honored with the Character Awards are: Christopher Beyrooty, seventh grade; Megan Crane, seventh grade; Claudia Noto, seventh grade; Marisa Brower, eighth grade; Michael Martinez, eighth grade; Eman Wosoughkia, eighth grade.
February 10, 2002
MISSION VIEJO - The Orange Coast College men's basketball team could not contend with defending Orange Empire Conference champion Saddleback and lost, 87-53, Friday night at the Gauchos' gym. OCC freshman Wyshawn Wade came off the bench to lead the Pirates (6-18, 3-7 in conference) with 16 points, while sophomore guard Ryan Webster added nine. The Gauchos (24-3, 10-0) remained undefeated in the OEC, outscoring the Pirates, 45-25, in the second half, after leading, 42-28, at halftime.
May 28, 2006
Staff photographer Kent Treptow's photograph of a house in mid air gives a unique perspective of moving day. Project manager David Scodeller is shown as he helps guide a manufactured home as it was lifted by crane into its place on 33rd Street in Newport Beach on Tuesday. It's not every day we see houses in the air, and the low angle to get Scodeller in the frame put into perspective how high and how big the house was. A lot of times when a house-moving project is occurring, it is hard to get an interesting shot.
April 27, 2005
Jeffrey A. Goffman of Corona del Mar, founder of OnCure Medical Group, was recently appointed to the American Cancer Society Orange County Regional Board of Directors. OnCure is one of the largest providers of outpatient radiology oncology care in the United States. The Orange Coast College speech and debate team finished fifth at the Phi Rho Pi National Speech and Debate Tournament, held April 10 to 16 in Philadelphia. All 14 members of the school's team brought home at least one medal in the competition.
February 25, 2000
The Newport Beach-based advertising and public relations firm Estey-Hoover recently added four clients to its roster. Woodside Biomedical, Inc. and Alacer Corp. -- accounts worth more than $2 million annually -- signed with the agency to promote their products. Woodside produces drug-free medical devices used for the treatment of nausea and vomiting. Alacer produces Vitamin C products. Also joining Estey-Hoover's roster are Vitalife, a company that produces vitamin supplements, and Digi-Crane, a division of OConnor Engineering that produces camera support cranes.
March 15, 2010
GIRLS’ LACROSSE Corona del Mar 7, Tesoro 6 CORONA DEL MAR — Gabby Smith and Tess Crane each had a goal and an assist to pace the host Sea Kings in the nonleague game Monday. Tiffany Paladin, Hillary Bush and Katie Page added assists for the winners, for whom Kylie Mulvaney had an assist. San Clemente 18, Sage Hill 7 NEWPORT COAST — Hayden Furey and Jordan Team had three goals apiece for the host Lightning in the nonleague game Monday.