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September 4, 2008
When: Tonight, 7 Where: Aquinas High Key Eagles: Senior tailback Carlos Mendez (283 carries, 1,584 yards, 13 TDs in 2007); senior quarterback Radamas Gutierrez (496 passing yards); senior receiver Jason Moreno (19 receptions, 145 yards). Key Falcons: Senior tailback Bobbie Jones (top returning rusher); quarterback Tyler Stirewalt (first-year starter). Breakdown: Both teams are coming off league championship seasons. Estancia was 5-6, 2-1 in the Orange Coast League last season to make its third straight appearance in the CIF Southern Section playoffs.
LOCAL
By Lauren Vane | July 29, 2006
Two juveniles were detained in the city of San Bernardino early Friday in connection with a carjacking in a Costa Mesa strip mall this week. The stolen car, a silver Volvo SUV, was recovered when the juveniles were taken into custody during a sweep in San Bernardino, Costa Mesa Det. Don Holford said. Police are still investigating whether more people were involved in the carjacking and robbery that happened in the parking lot of Grower's Direct at 17th Street and Superior Avenue at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday.
SPORTS
By Soraya Nadia McDonald | August 31, 2007
Since he became football coach at Estancia High, Mike Bargas has been chanting the same mantra as the season opener has drawn closer and closer. “I just hope we line up properly.” He was still saying it this week in anticipation of tonight’s game, a 7 against Aquinas of San Bernardino. Bargas said he’s been nervous since he has no video on the team, but he’s been scouting it through the Internet instead. “We know they’re mostly a running team with a four-four defense,” he said.
NEWS
May 7, 2009
Babette Harris Meyers, of San Bernardino and Newport Beach, passed away Saturday, May 2, 2009 after a valiant fight with lung cancer and emphysema. Babette is survived by two sons, Jess Meyers and his wife, Nikki of Lake Forest, California and Harris Meyers and his wife Sharon of San Jose; three grandchildren, Jessica, Marcia and Bennet Meyers; and one sister, Joan Nordman of Camarillo. Private services for the family will be held. In lieu of flowers or other remembrances, please send contributions to the Harris-Meyers Scholarship Fund California State University of San Bernardino 5500 University Parkway, San Bernardino 92407 or the City of Hope.
NEWS
October 26, 1999
Greg Risling The Costa Mesa Police Department took home first place honors last weekend at a regional competition in San Bernardino for motorcycle officers. The department beat out a handful of teams for the team award. The officers representing the department demonstrated their superb riding skills to lay claim to the title. Officer Angelo Morgan was second in individual competition and Officers Mike Cohen, Bob Coash and Gerry Stukkie placed third in a separate rally.
FEATURES
September 30, 2008
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.   Newport Beach Thursday Vijay Soni, 63, Newport Beach Saturday Joshua Andreoli, 21, Wrightwood Jesus Lozano-Gonzalez, 21, Anaheim Sunday Cheryl Fischer, 45, Lake Forest Jose Herrera-Garcia, 53, Tustin Monday Dragos Damian, 31, Riverside   Costa Mesa Sept.
NEWS
By Lauren Vane | July 28, 2006
Breaking News Two juveniles suspected of a Costa Mesa carjacking were detained this morning in a criminal sweep in the city of San Bernardino, police said. Costa Mesa police drove out to San Bernardino to interview the suspects and are still investigating whether more people were involved in the carjacking, which happened at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday, said Costa Mesa Det. Don Holford A 40-year-old Newport Beach woman was approached by two men in the parking lot of Grower’s Direct shopping mall at West 17th Street and Superior Avenue.
FEATURES
May 18, 2010
SAN BERNARDINO — The Corona del Mar High baseball team saw its season end, coming out on the wrong end of a pitchers’ duel Tuesday at Cajon of San Bernardino. Cajon pitcher Tanner Clark led his team to a 2-0 win in a wild-card game of the CIF Southern Section Division III playoffs. Clark struck out seven and gave up just four hits in his shutout to improve to 9-1. Corona del Mar junior pitcher Eric Morris (6-4) wasn’t that far off, striking out four with no walks, while giving up only four hits and one earned run. Cajon (18-8)
BUSINESS
March 5, 2010
A Newport Beach-based real estate investment trust has acquired $211 million worth of Southern California medical office buildings, it announced this week. Nationwide Health Properties Inc. has bought buildings in Mission Viejo, Orange, Pasadena and San Bernardino. The purchases show that capital markets are thawing, making more commercial real estate deal-making possible. Analysts predict that health care investment trusts will make more deals this year. They typically invest in assets such as senior housing, medical office buildings and hospitals.
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SPORTS
By Barry Faulkner | April 22, 2014
Kevin Emerson's first stint with the Orange Coast College football program was short and uneventful. But the former coach at Citrus and San Bernardino Valley community colleges, announced as the seventh coach in OCC's 66-year football history on Monday, is hoping for a much more meaningful association with the Pirates this time around. Emerson, chosen from more than 80 applicants, replaces Mike Taylor, who will be the Pirates' defensive coordinator after 15 seasons at the helm. Taylor was 62-91 to produce the worst winning percentage (.405)
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SPORTS
April 21, 2014
Kevin Emerson, who coached at San Bernardino Valley College the past five seasons, has taken over as Orange Coast's football head coach, the school announced Monday. Emerson takes over for Mike Taylor, who was 62-91 over the past 15 seasons. Taylor, who got OCC to three bowl games, will remain on the Pirates staff as the defensive coordinator. Emerson, who was 29-23 in five seasons with the Wolverines, will be officially introduced as coach during a meet-and-greet with the new coach Thursday at OCC's gym. "The past few days have been a little intense, to say the least," Emerson said in a release posted on the school's website.
NEWS
By Jenny Stockdale and By Jenny Stockdale | August 29, 2012
Board members of the Coast Community College District have appointed Julie Frazier-Mathews as its new board secretary. Board President Jim Moreno said Wednesday that after an extensive recruitment process, the board selected Frazier-Mathews for her 15 years of experience in executive-level support, administrative services, personnel management and time spent working with and for elected officials. "The entire board looks forward to her skills, leadership and experience," Moreno said.
NEWS
By Imran Vittachi, imran.vittachi@latimes.com | August 13, 2011
The funeral for a San Bernardino County deputy from Irvine who was killed in a traffic collision last week on Shady Canyon Drive will take place Wednesday morning in Rancho Cucamonga. On Friday, a spokeswoman for the San Bernardino Sheriff's Department confirmed that one of its deputies, Det. Duane Parkison, was killed in an off-duty crash with an SUV while riding his bicycle in Irvine on the afternoon of Aug. 10. Parkison, 42, a 15-year department veteran, had been assigned to the department's Rancho Cucamonga station for five years, according to a San Bernardino sheriff's news release.
SPORTS
May 19, 2010
SAN BERNARDINO — The Corona del Mar High baseball team saw its season end, coming out on the wrong end of a pitchers' duel Tuesday at Cajon of San Bernardino. Cajon pitcher Tanner Clark led his team to a 2-0 win in a wild-card game of the CIF Southern Section Division III playoffs. Clark struck out seven and gave up just four hits in his shutout to improve to 9-1. Corona del Mar junior pitcher Eric Morris (6-4) wasn't that far off, striking out four with no walks, while giving up only four hits and one earned run. Cajon (18-8)
BUSINESS
March 5, 2010
A Newport Beach-based real estate investment trust has acquired $211 million worth of Southern California medical office buildings, it announced this week. Nationwide Health Properties Inc. has bought buildings in Mission Viejo, Orange, Pasadena and San Bernardino. The purchases show that capital markets are thawing, making more commercial real estate deal-making possible. Analysts predict that health care investment trusts will make more deals this year. They typically invest in assets such as senior housing, medical office buildings and hospitals.
FEATURES
By Brianna Bailey | February 13, 2010
Newport Beach residents Dick and Gertie Meehan met May 9, 1942 during a “blind date” party that Gertie’s friend threw for her brother’s soldier friends stationed at Twentynine Palms. Dick, who was 23 at the time, was the only civilian in the group of guys. Gertie was 18. When the group decided to drive from San Bernardino to the Santa Monica Pier, Gertie liked how Dick stayed on the sand with the other girls and kept them company while the soldiers dove into the waves.
LOCAL
November 10, 2009
A 37-year-old Costa Mesa man has been arrested on suspicion of killing his friend in a car crash in San Bernardino County over the weekend, California Highway Patrol officials said Tuesday. Edward Richard Nigro, the vehicle’s driver, was arrested hours after he rolled his off-road truck in the Calico Dry Lake bed, near Barstow. The rolling truck ejected Andrew McKenzie, 26, of Costa Mesa, CHP officials said. The truck rolled onto McKenzie and killed him, San Bernardino County sheriff’s officials said.
LOCAL
By Joseph Serna | November 4, 2009
A San Bernardino man who robbed a man in Newport Beach in August will spend the next year in jail. If he stays out of trouble after that, he can avoid prison time, authorities said Wednesday. Anthony Elijio Ventura, 22, pleaded guilty last week to second-degree robbery for his part in attacking a 37-year-old man on the Balboa Peninsula in the middle of the night Aug. 18 and stealing his wallet. Police said at 4:45 a.m. Ventura and another man, Marco Zamudio, 19, of San Bernardino, attacked the victim as he waited for the bus at 32nd Street and Balboa Boulevard.
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