July 16, 2008
KNAPP’S TIME ENDS SAN DIEGO — Stewart Hagestad, a Newport Beach resident, is tied for 14th with four others after shooting even-par 72 in the second round of the boys’ 15-17 division of the Junior World Golf Championships at the Torrey Pines South Course Wednesday. Hagestad (76-72, four-over 148) was tied for 33 after the first day. He’ll play in the third round today, trying to qualify for Friday’s final round. Tao Huang of Tawaiin leads the division at 70-72, 142. Jake Knapp, who will be a freshman at Estancia High in the fall, ended his competition in the boys’ 13-14 division after missing the cut at the Riverwalk Golf Club Wednesday.
July 24, 2004
Three more inducted into community circle Family and friends inducted three of their loved ones into Costa Mesa's Circle of Service Friday. The circle, which surrounds the fountain at the downtown Neighborhood Community Center, honors people who, in their lives, spent thousands of hours volunteering for the city. Friday, the circle expanded to include Tom Thompson, Nora Gonzalez Maher and Timothy Richey. House passes another water-quality bill Another bill to enhance the quality of Orange County water passed the House of Representatives Friday.
August 10, 2001
Tom Johnson, Daily Pilot publisher and general manager of Times Community News, has taken over the leadership of the Inland Valley Times, published by the Los Angeles Times. The Inland Valley paper, which publishes Monday through Saturday and was launched in 1999, covers an area from Diamond Bar to Fontana. The paper had been managed by the Times editorial staff. By becoming part of Times Community News, the Inland Valley paper joins the Daily Pilot, Huntington Beach Independent, Glendale News-Press, Burbank Leader and Foothill Leader as part of the community newspaper chain published by the community division of the Los Angeles Times.
May 18, 2005
These people have been 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 suspects, are considered innocent until proved guilty. COSTA MESA Tuesday Ronald Reed Honeycutt, 24, Costa Mesa Robert Ryan Silver, 24, Costa Mesa Thursday Thomas Samuel Vancleef, 24, El Cajon Soo Jin Ahn, 23, Anaheim Suk Hee Jung, 24, Anaheim Kevin Anthony Jones, 28, Costa Mesa Elmer Wilkins, 12/19/64, Costa Mesa Friday Christopher Michael Hassien, 22, Lake Forest Emanuel Juan Hernandez, 25, Costa Mesa Jade Ashley Robertson, 23, Irvine Saturday Daniel James Valeriano, 19, Diamond Bar Edwin Horrocks Livingston, 24, Huntington Beach Travis Kristian Weltzien, 32, Costa Mesa James Yakup Ipek, 30, Mission Viejo Larry Noland Acker, 48, Costa Mesa Jose De Jesus Perez, 27, Costa Mesa Sunday Maksum Vyatches Pirmamedov, 23, Corona del Mar Alexander Paul Hadzi Pavlovic, 29, Mission Viejo Michael John Keener, 21, Cypress Monday Keith Allen Mitchell, 25, Costa Mesa NEWPORT BEACH Tuesday Brandon Heath Blades, 21, Huntington Beach Jeffrey Edward Roberts, 24, San Diego Friday Mark Joseph Bruscianelli, 32, Naperville, Ill. Javier Ferriera Camargo,...
December 19, 2001
Tournament of Champions Richard Dunn NEWPORT BEACH - The 2001 Southern California PGA Foundation Junior Golf Tournament of Champions was held Monday at Newport Beach Country Club, site of the Senior PGA Tour's Toshiba Senior Classic in March. Diamond Bar's Daniel Cho, 15, shot 3-under-par 68 to win the boys overall championship, while Orange's Edward McGlasson, 18, captured first place in the alumni division at 73 and Long Beach's Andrew Elliott, 16, won the boys 16-17 division at 71. San Juan Capistrano's Carling Cho, 17, won the girls 15-17 division at 74, winning by three strokes over runner-up Selanee Henderson of Apple Valley.
November 29, 2006
EDITOR'S NOTE: Donald Albert Maley, 65, Costa Mesa Mossa Nima Taylor, 34, Costa Mesa Thursday Jason Stephan Boyle, 23, Mountlake Terrace, Wash. Carly Crystal Nowak, 27, Corona Gilbert Vargas Magana, 40, Santa Ana David Conway Robbins, 30, Huntington Beach Friday Amanda Joan Williamson, 21, Costa Mesa William Lamon Smith, 42, Garden Grove Saturday Joseph Anthony Garcia, 49, Costa Mesa Sunday Margaret Ann Gallagher, 44, Costa Mesa Jeremy Patrick Golden, 30, Garden Grove Michael Bryan Richardson, 21, Costa Mesa Robert Wayne Rosen, 44, Orange James Clark Walvoord, 36, Brea Jorge Luis Hernandez, 28, Costa Mesa Abiu Quero Cruz, 26, Costa Mesa Martin Ramirez Padilla, 46, Costa Mesa Ryan William Marier, 26, Costa Mesa Thomas Arthur Pico, 71, Costa Mesa NEWPORT BEACH Nov. 21 ...
February 17, 2002
CHINO HILLS - Corona del Mar High senior Steven Russell captured the CIF Southern Section Division III title in the heavyweight division after sweeping through the competition at Ayala High Saturday. Russell and CdM senior Stephen Shipman (215 pounds), who finished fifth, qualified for the Masters Tournament, which starts Friday at Fountain Valley. "I'm overjoyed," CdM Coach Gary Almquist said. "I think I did a 360 in the air. I about jumped out of the gym. Everyone was just so excited."
May 31, 2003
Deepa Bharath It was a voyage that changed many lives. Sixty-five years ago, Allan Fainbarg was a wide-eyed Sea Scout. He was offered food, board and $10 a month to sail aboard the motor ship Stranger for a year to collect exotic animals for the San Diego Zoo. "I begged to get on the ship," said Fainbarg, 84, a longtime Lido Isle resident. Today, 30 of the old-timers will meet at Fainbarg's home and reminisce about their days aboard the 221-foot yacht that was a Newport Beach landmark for many years.
May 17, 2000
Joseph Boo CORONA DEL MAR - If a season could have a preseason, then the Corona del Mar High boys tennis team's first two playoff matches could be called the pre-playoffs. The Sea Kings opened defense of their CIF Southern Section Division I championship Tuesday with a 17-1 destruction of visiting Diamond Bar, the runner-up in the Sierra League. CdM will continue Thursday when it will travel to Irvine, a 15-3 first-round winner over Santa Ana, a foe the Sea Kings are not overly concerned with.
June 15, 2000
Alex Coolman A meeting of a regional air quality agency Friday could see regulations passed that would require expensive alterations to some Newport Beach and Costa Mesa city vehicle fleets, officials said. The South Coast Air Quality Management District will hold a hearing Friday morning at its Diamond Bar office to discuss adopting rules that would require some vehicles and waste-hauling trucks to be converted from diesel-powered engines to motors that run on alternative fuels.