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NEWS
February 7, 2014
The Newport Mesa Tea Party will host two candidates running for a seat on the Orange County Board of Supervisors and offer a chance for the public to ask them questions Thursday. Assemblyman Allan Mansoor (R-Costa Mesa) and Michelle Steel, Orange County's representative on the state Board of Equalization, are both running for the District 2 supervisor seat held by John Moorlach, who is being termed out. District 2 covers Costa Mesa, Newport Beach, Huntington Beach, Seal Beach and parts of Fountain Valley Mansoor and Steel will speak and answer questions between 6:30 and 8:30 p.m. at Halecrest Park Swim & Tennis Club, 3107 Killybrooke Lane in Costa Mesa, according to an announcement from the group.
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ABOUT
February 6, 2014
Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Scott Fletcher of Newport Beach are happy to announce the engagement of their daughter, Jennifer Michelle Fletcher, to Jason Buck Irby. Miss Fletcher is a graduate of Corona del Mar High School and of University of California, Los Angeles. She is employed at Pacific Dental Services as a Manager of Alignment and Improvement processes. Mr. Irby is a graduate of Edison High School and is employed at Pacific Dental Services as Manager - Network Administrator.  The couple became engaged on New Year's Eve while vacationing in Hawaii and are planning to wed in 2014.
NEWS
February 4, 2014
Newport Beach City Councilman Keith Curry raised $127,690 last year for his upcoming campaign for the 74th Assembly District seat, according to campaign finance reports. His total contributions now surpass $160,000, according to a news release. Allan Mansoor (R-Costa Mesa) currently holds the 74th District seat, but he is running for a place on the Orange County Board of Supervisors. Curry, who recently served as mayor of Newport Beach, will probably face fellow Republicans Matthew Harper, mayor of Huntington Beach, and Emanual Patrascu, district director for Assemblyman Travis Allen (R-Huntington Beach)
SPORTS
By Matt Szabo | February 1, 2014
It has been an interesting season for the Newport Harbor High girls' soccer team, to say the least. Upsetting Corona del Mar, 3-2, in the Battle of the Bay game in December was certainly a highlight. It was Newport's first win in the rivalry series in four years. But days before that win, junior forward Gema Sanchez broke her fibula. And days after that win freshman sensation Sianna Siemonsma, up to that point the team's leading scorer, fractured her ankle. The loss of firepower before the Sunset League began has hurt the Sailors, who sit at 0-3-3 in league with four games remaining.
NEWS
January 31, 2014
State Assemblyman Allan Mansoor announced Friday that he's picked up two endorsements in his run for Orange County supervisor, from Costa Mesa Mayor Jim Righeimer and Huntington Beach Mayor Matthew Harper. Mansoor, a former Costa Mesa mayor, is seeking the District 2 supervisor seat held by John Moorlach, who will be termed out and is now running for Congress. "Allan Mansoor has experience working at the local level," Righeimer said in a prepared statement. "I'm proud to continue Allan's legacy of reform in Costa Mesa and am looking forward to working with him at the county level.
SPORTS
January 30, 2014
Newport Harbor senior guard Nic Sargeant swished the game-winning three-pointer from half-court at the buzzer, lifting the Sailors over Marina, 56-55, in Wednesday's Sunset League boys' basketball game at home. Sargeant made the shot after an inbound play with four seconds left. He finished with 20 points for the Sailors (12-10, 3-2 in league), who are in third place in league after the first round. Caleb O'Neil added 10 points and 10 rebounds. The Sailors play at Huntington Beach on Friday.
NEWS
By Jill Cowan and Melanie Mason | January 28, 2014
The state Assembly on Monday overwhelmingly approved a measure that aims to preserve beach fire rings. The gathering spots have been at the center of protracted battles in Southern California's beach towns, where regional air-quality officials have stepped up their regulation of the bonfires because of concerns over their effect on health and the environment. The issue was first raised by Corona del Mar residents living near the pits. Huntington Beach residents quickly took an opposite stance, leading the fight to maintain the rings.
NEWS
January 22, 2014
Former California Gov. George Deukmejian has endorsed Newport Beach City Councilman Keith Curry for Assembly. Curry, who recently served as the city's mayor, is seeking the seat in District 74 currently occupied by Allan Mansoor (R-Costa Mesa). In a prepared statement released Wednesday, Curry described Deukmejian as one of his "inspirations for public service" and a "role model for integrity, dedication and effectiveness. " "I want to be the kind of legislator he was," Curry said in the statement.
NEWS
By Hannah Fry | January 16, 2014
A Newport-Mesa Unified School District educator and Huntington Beach community program were honored Wednesday for their affect on education. Janine Frendo, an instructional aide at TeWinkle Middle School, and the group Huntington Beach Reads One Book, were among four honorees presented with Outstanding Contributions to Education awards during the Orange County Board of Education meeting in Costa Mesa, according to a news release. The awards, which began in the 1980s, were started to acknowledge those who have dedicated their time to support education in Orange County schools.
NEWS
By Jill Cowan | January 14, 2014
Newport Beach police have arrested two men who could be tied to more than 20 residential burglaries in the city and neighboring Huntington Beach, authorities said Tuesday. The arrests, a Newport Beach Police Department news release said, came after a Dover Shores resident reported seeing the driver of a white Jeep Rubicon on Saturday stop outside her home, write something on a piece of paper and drive away. The woman took a cell phone picture of the Jeep, which she recalled matching a description NBPD Det. Tracy McKenzie had posted earlier that week on neighborhood social network Nextdoor.com , according to the release.
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