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NEWS
October 24, 2004
Deirdre Newman On Richard "Dick" Carroll's campaign brochure is the phrase "Let's Roll," emblazoned in the public consciousness by the brave airline passengers who thwarted the terrorists on one of the planes hijacked on Sept. 11. The City Council candidate is using the phrase on his brochure because he admires the heroism and patriotism of the battle cry. "I have a great admiration for heroes -- we don't have many," he said. "That's why I joined the Marines.
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NEWS
February 23, 2005
Andrew Edwards More rain pounded Newport-Mesa on Tuesday, followed by blue skies and sunshine -- until the next big burst of showers. "It's a pretty strong, cold, unstable storm," National Weather Service forecaster Dan Whitlow said. On land, sporadic downpours drenched the area, while over the Pacific, a waterspout touched down about 2 p.m. Tuesday some 10 miles offshore from Newport Beach, Whitlow said. Waterspouts are tornados that form over water, and the National Weather Service announced a tornado watch along the California coast from San Mateo Point to the Mexican border from 2:30 p.m. to 6 p.m. Tuesday.
NEWS
By Pat Neisser | July 14, 2005
The sleek, red trolley pulled up to the platform just as I retrieved my round-trip ticket from the automatic ticket machine. I had walked a few yards from the elegant Westgate Hotel, where I had stayed the night, to the platform. Grabbing a seat, I spent the next 40 minutes enjoying the passing scene. The new Padres stadium, PetCo Park, was a knockout. What fun it was riding a trolley to the Mexican border, instead of grinding my way down the 5 Freeway to a parking lot near the border.
NEWS
By JOSEPH N. BELL | April 27, 2006
What wonderful irony. George Bush is at the nadir of his presidency. By almost every polling yardstick, he has hit record lows. The once solid underpinning of his support from the political and religious right is being splintered by the morass in Iraq and the corruption at home. Members of his own party are avoiding photo ops with him. The tiny margin by which he won elections has long since been swallowed up by doubt. And to rub salt in the political wound, Neil Young has just released an album calling for Bush's impeachment, and a Seymour Hersh article in the current issue of the New Yorker lays bare some shattering plans in Washington for Iran that reprise the build-up for Iraq.
FEATURES
By Ana Facio Contreras | October 7, 2006
Ken Schwarz of Corona del Mar began his 2,663-mile hike seven years ago with a single step on the U.S.-Mexican border. The 59-year-old dentist wanted to complete the Pacific Crest Trail from Mexico to Canada before his 60th birthday. Last weekend, he did. "It's a wonderful experience. You don't have to do it all at once — you can do it in parts," said Schwarz, who has climbed in the Swiss Alps. "It's a sport that you can do at any age, if your joints are good." The trail, which stretches through California, Oregon and Washington, is traveled by many avid hikers.
NEWS
April 20, 2012
Obituary for Jeff Chandler January 18, 1942-April 15, 2012 Jeff Chandler passed away peacefully on April 15, 2012, at his home in Rancho Santa Fe, California, surrounded by his family. He was first diagnosed and treated for prostate cancer in 1998 and had a recurrence in 2007. He waged an amazing battle against the disease, never complaining and keeping his positive attitude to the very end. Jeff thoroughly researched prostate cancer and continued to search for new treatments both in this country and abroad.
NEWS
By Hannah Fry | April 2, 2014
Family members of one of four men killed during the Newport to Ensenada Yacht Race two years ago have filed a lawsuit in Los Angeles Superior Court against the boat's GPS manufacturer and distributor. Loren Mavromati, the widow of Theo Mavromatis (their last names are spelled slightly differently), and their three children filed the lawsuit March 26 against Spot LLC, the Colorado-based company that manufactured the boat's safety alert system, Globalstar, Travel Safety Group and Amazon.com , which sold the product.
NEWS
April 28, 2000
Andrew Glazer o7 In March, Costa Mesa resident Tony DiLorenzo went public with his plan to hike 2,600 miles up the West Coast. Impressive, since the 26-year-old's four-and-a-half-month solo journey will take him through scalding deserts and towering snowcapped mountains, from the Mexican border to British Columbia. But more impressive is the clear reason behind his journey: His little brother, Paul. Paul DiLorenzo, a sophomore at UC Riverside, was born with thalassemia, a rare, and potentially fatal blood disease.
NEWS
By Mona Shadia | January 6, 2010
Maria Piedad Hernandez is not your typical community volunteer. This undocumented immigrant from Mexico has been volunteering for Mika Community Development Corporation for the past two years. She sells tamales for a living but volunteers much of her time at the Costa Mesa nonprofit, by sweeping streets in the neighborhood and serving food during Mika’s holiday charity drives. The nonprofit’s mission is to build up leaders from low-income communities by organizing neighborhood action committees, and helping them set goals and working together to achieving them.
NEWS
April 8, 2002
Ahoy. Good news from our northern border neighbor Canada is that their CANPASS program for recreational boaters, shut down since after Sept. 11, will be reinstated for the boating season. The CANPASS is a boater-friendly system for checking into customs after crossing into Canadian waters from our Pacific Northwest. I have used this system many times and I have only praise for the practical approach to helping boaters check in any time of the day. Not so true every time I deal with the U.S.-Mexican border crossing in either direction.
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