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September 15, 2004
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 Wednesday Joan Son, 26, Costa Mesa Thursday An Robert Buiho, 20, Rancho Cucamonga Orlando Xitumul-Perez, 30, Santa Ana Friday Kevin Leonard Shields, 45, Costa Mesa Jesus Ramirez-Peralta, 23, Costa Mesa Michael Thomas Noonan, 44, Anaheim Saturday Manuel Colocha-Lopez, 28, Costa Mesa Ronald Lee Cole, 38, Costa Mesa Juan Alvarez, 18, Costa Mesa Payman Bahmani, 27, Anaheim Yashar Monazah Youseffi, 21, Calabasas Sunday Alex Romero-Martinez, 27, Costa Mesa Timothy Scott Varga, 30, Huntington Beach Bradley Pope Lamoureux, 23, Irvine Fernando Zavala-Vega, 35, Los Angeles Monday Santiago Alvarez-Tadeo, 27, Costa Mesa Shawne Lee Cooke, 36, Costa Mesa Alejandro Cruz-Vasquez, 21, Garden Grove NEWPORT BEACH Friday Trevor David Nalore, 20, Newport Beach Greg Patrick Sweeney, 32, Beverly Hills Malcolm Guy Stewart, 72, Eatontown, N.J. Saturday Kristina Ann Cisco, 30, Rancho Santa Margarita Archy Posada, 20, Costa Mesa Sunday Alessio Guiuseppe Caldarera, 29, Irvine Roland Felix Molimard,...
LOCAL
February 21, 2009
WRESTLING CIF Southern Section individual tournament RANCHO CUCAMONGA — All six Newport Harbor High wrestlers were eliminated in the Inland Division Friday at Los Osos High. Senior Cameron Rausch, the Sunset League champion at the heavyweight division, went 0-2, losing to top-seeded Wyatt Baker from Servite in the first round, 9-4. Rausch led, 3-0, after two periods. Senior Eric Nordstrom (160-pound division) went 2-2. Junior Nathan Dickey (152)
NEWS
November 16, 2004
Newport Harbor High girls golfer Natalie Draganza shot a 1-over-par 73 to finish eighth at the CIF Women's Southern California Golf Association championship Monday at the Southern California Golf Association Golf Club in Murrieta. The top six players advanced to today's state championship at Red Hill Country Club in Rancho Cucamonga. Draganza, a junior, had two birdies over 18 holes. The three-time Sea View League individual champion used one putt on six holes and did not three-putt her entire round.
SPORTS
August 16, 2006
Wrestling was inadvertently ommited from the Aug. 13 edition's recap of Newport Harbor High boys' athletics in the 2005-06 school year. For the first time, the Sailors won the Newport Harbor-Corona del Mar Tournament championship. The Sailors defeated Orange, 50-27, in their last match of the tournament to secure the title. Ryan Dickey, a 160-pound sophomore, got the pin that put the Tars over the top. Sophomore Josh George (125 pounds) went 8-0 in the tournament, while Eddie Charcas (130)
NEWS
November 2, 2003
Covering the Grand Prix fire started on Friday, Oct. 24. The Inland Valley photographers had left for a conference, leaving no one out there to cover the fire. On my way in to the office that day, Managing Editor S.J. Cahn called me and asked if I would be interested in going to the fires. Knowing that this could be a big deal, I jumped at the opportunity. I spent the rest of Friday in Rancho Cucamonga, trying to get close to the fire lines where the action was. Unfortunately, I was striking out. Without a San Bernardino County press pass, my access was limited.
NEWS
September 4, 2002
RANCHO CUCAMONGA -- Freshman Vanessa Rocha scored one goal and contributed one assist to help lead the Orange Coast College women's soccer team to a 2-0 nonconference victory over host Chaffey Tuesday. Sophomore Fernanda Velasco, a midfielder, gave the Pirates (2-0) a 1-0 lead in the 22nd minute. Rocha, also a midfielder, assisted with a short pass near Chaffey's goal. Velasco's shot was the Pirates' third of the game and they finished with 20, while Chaffey came up with five.
LOCAL
January 15, 2010
Police are looking for a group of men who attacked two others in Costa Mesa?s Triangle Square parking structure just before 2 a.m. Friday. According to police, a 27-year-old man from Rancho Cucamonga and his friend, a 26-year-old man from Fontana, were leaving the Chronic Cantina when they crossed paths with a group of five to 10 people leaving Sutra Lounge next door. As they each went to their cars, one of the two men, both intoxicated, made a comment to one of the girls in the larger group, said Sgt. Zack Hoferitza.
FEATURES
September 10, 2009
Editor’s note: These people have been arrested on suspicion of driving under the influence of an intoxicant. As with all suspects, they are considered innocent until proved guilty. COSTA MESA Sept. 3 Staci Goodman, 44, Santa Ana Gary Ackroyd, 45, Costa Mesa Brent Best, 27, Santa Ana Gavin Montague, 18, Costa Mesa Sept. 4 Nikolas Ambrose, 30, Capistrano Beach Rosendo Aparicio, 30, Corona Ricardo Ortiz, 28, Anaheim Saturday Julie Michael, 26, Rancho Cucamonga Brigitte LaFontaine, 40, Costa Mesa Vince Stratton, 23, Taft Rick Rose, 53, Costa Mesa Michael West, 56, Huntington Beach Sunday Giovanni Macias, 22, Costa Mesa Hilario Trujillo, 44, Costa Mesa Daniel Meija, 38, Costa Mesa Wednesday William Seitz, 42, Newport Beach Luis Garcia, 35, Costa Mesa NEWPORT BEACH Sept.
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SPORTS
July 19, 2012
LONG BEACH - UC Irvine junior Ryan Knapp, who stood out at Estancia High and Orange Coast College, won the Long Beach Open Amateur Qualifying Tournament after he shot a nine-under-par 63 at Recreation Park Golf Course Wednesday. UCI sophomore Pete Fernandez finished second with a 65 and also qualified for the 24th Long Beach Open. Marcus Mercado-Kiel, a Newport Harbor High product who finished tied for 11th in the state as a freshman for OCC in May, was also among seven who qualified for the Long Beach Open.
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SPORTS
May 9, 2012
BOYS' TENNIS Corona del Mar 18, Sunny Hills 0 CORONA DEL MAR - The No. 2-seeded Sea Kings (18-3) opened the CIF Southern Section Division I playoffs with a dominating win Wednesday. Chaz Downing won 6-0, 6-0 in singles. Fellow freshman Jonathan Rhone took over for Downing in the third round and won 6-3. CdM Coach Brian Ricker said Rhone was very nervous the long-standing CdM tennis "French-Fry Rule" might come his way. When CDM wins 17-1 the person who got the 1 (a 1 looks like a French fry)
LOCAL
January 15, 2010
Police are looking for a group of men who attacked two others in Costa Mesa?s Triangle Square parking structure just before 2 a.m. Friday. According to police, a 27-year-old man from Rancho Cucamonga and his friend, a 26-year-old man from Fontana, were leaving the Chronic Cantina when they crossed paths with a group of five to 10 people leaving Sutra Lounge next door. As they each went to their cars, one of the two men, both intoxicated, made a comment to one of the girls in the larger group, said Sgt. Zack Hoferitza.
FEATURES
September 10, 2009
Editor’s note: These people have been arrested on suspicion of driving under the influence of an intoxicant. As with all suspects, they are considered innocent until proved guilty. COSTA MESA Sept. 3 Staci Goodman, 44, Santa Ana Gary Ackroyd, 45, Costa Mesa Brent Best, 27, Santa Ana Gavin Montague, 18, Costa Mesa Sept. 4 Nikolas Ambrose, 30, Capistrano Beach Rosendo Aparicio, 30, Corona Ricardo Ortiz, 28, Anaheim Saturday Julie Michael, 26, Rancho Cucamonga Brigitte LaFontaine, 40, Costa Mesa Vince Stratton, 23, Taft Rick Rose, 53, Costa Mesa Michael West, 56, Huntington Beach Sunday Giovanni Macias, 22, Costa Mesa Hilario Trujillo, 44, Costa Mesa Daniel Meija, 38, Costa Mesa Wednesday William Seitz, 42, Newport Beach Luis Garcia, 35, Costa Mesa NEWPORT BEACH Sept.
LOCAL
February 21, 2009
WRESTLING CIF Southern Section individual tournament RANCHO CUCAMONGA — All six Newport Harbor High wrestlers were eliminated in the Inland Division Friday at Los Osos High. Senior Cameron Rausch, the Sunset League champion at the heavyweight division, went 0-2, losing to top-seeded Wyatt Baker from Servite in the first round, 9-4. Rausch led, 3-0, after two periods. Senior Eric Nordstrom (160-pound division) went 2-2. Junior Nathan Dickey (152)
FEATURES
December 12, 2008
A group supporting separation of church and state recently sued Rancho Cucamonga after a billboard on Route 66 that read “Imagine No Religion” was removed and destroyed. The Freedom From Religion Foundation argued in the lawsuit that a city official contacted the billboard company after receiving many complaints about the sign. Reports vary, but one account said a city official denied asking the billboard company to take down the sign, but confirmed that the city relayed the number of complaints.
SPORTS
August 16, 2006
Wrestling was inadvertently ommited from the Aug. 13 edition's recap of Newport Harbor High boys' athletics in the 2005-06 school year. For the first time, the Sailors won the Newport Harbor-Corona del Mar Tournament championship. The Sailors defeated Orange, 50-27, in their last match of the tournament to secure the title. Ryan Dickey, a 160-pound sophomore, got the pin that put the Tars over the top. Sophomore Josh George (125 pounds) went 8-0 in the tournament, while Eddie Charcas (130)
NEWS
March 23, 2005
Members returned to tee off at Newport Beach Country Club Tuesday while crews continued the takedown and cleanup process from the Toshiba Senior Classic, which concluded Sunday. Tournament crews have removed all bleachers and will shift their efforts to dismantling skyboxes and tents for storage, along with repairing parking lots and areas of the golf course, Marc Sorgatz, tournament operations manager said. They hurriedly removed trailers from the volunteer village and took down remaining leaderboards before the rains hit Tuesday afternoon.
NEWS
March 9, 2005
Marisa O'Neil Defense attorneys on Tuesday continued their attack on the credibility of the alleged victim in a gang-rape case, with a string of witnesses testifying she was a liar who craved popularity at her high school. Five former friends of Jane Doe, as the now 19-year-old woman is known in court, testified on Tuesday, each saying they were friends with her prior to the 2002 incident. Each described her as a "liar" or "dishonest person," when questioned by defense attorneys.
NEWS
February 26, 2005
Larry Thorne has been many places and has seen many things in his 75 years. Thorne served as an officer in the Navy during the Korean War. He began a legal career as a lawyer and then sat as a judge for 22 years. His biggest brush with fame, however, may have come courtesy of '70s rocker Frank Zappa, who had to appear before Thorne in court one time. Thorne was born in Tacoma, Wash., but has lived all over the West Coast. He now lives in Costa Mesa with his wife Shelley and spends a lot of time taking classes at the Costa Mesa Senior Center.
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