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FEATURES
July 2, 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. Newport Beach June 26 Warrick Stanley, 47, Santa Ana Ricardo Avila-Lugo, 38, Santa Ana Robert Ybarra, 28, Phoenix, Ariz. Richard Kohlmeyer, 54, Laguna Beach Saturday Lesley Kwan, 30, Walnut Sunday Mohammad Komaee, 28, Aliso Viejo Tuesday Hector Mercado, 39, Costa Mesa Wednesday Alonso Ferezi-Murillo, 21, Ensenada, Mexico Victor Vega, 62, Newport Beach Costa Mesa June 25 Zachary Gonzales, 28, Costa Mesa June 26 Jason West, 29, Costa Mesa Michael Bartmess, 25, Costa Mesa Erik Folkedal, 36, Newport Beach Saturday Gary Garcia, 27, Whittier Jessica Perez, 22, Costa Mesa Beth Lewis, 25, Costa Mesa Sunday Marcos Sandoval, 57, Costa Mesa Anthony Zeller, 47, Santa Ana Tamera Wampler, 48, Newport Beach Monday Derek Castillo, 23, San Juan Capistrano Javier Castellon, 32, Santa Ana Halidio Sanchez, 27, Costa Mesa Matthew Brady, 29, Rancho Santa Margarita
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SPORTS
April 29, 2009
BOYS’ GOLF Sage Hill 211, St. Margaret’s 237 SAN JUAN CAPISTRANO — Mac Mace shot a three-over-par 38 to tie for medalist honors and help the Lightning clinch an outright Academy League title at Marbella Country Club Wednesday. Steve Choi shot 39 and James Chai shot 42 for Sage Hill (14-2, 9-0 in league), which plays against Whitney today at Rancho San Joaquin Golf Course.   Laguna Beach def. Estancia ALISO VIEJO — The Eagles shared the Orange Coast League championship, as the Breakers won on the sixth player score by three strokes, 48-51, after a 204-204 tie at Aliso Viejo Country Club Wednesday.
NEWS
February 18, 2009
I too have a kitty that had a lump appear on her back, many years ago (“A valuable pet lesson,” Feb. 3). Since she was the runt of the litter it was very prominent. We took her to the vet thinking it was an abscess, and they removed it. I chose not to have a pathology report done (an extra $70 at that time). Within a few weeks it appeared again. They removed it again and this time I decided to have it tested, since the tissue looked “weird” to the doctor.
NEWS
By Paul Anderson | February 2, 2009
Monday at the Costa Mesa Historical Society, Mary Ellen Goddard eagerly laid out hair combs, fans and a musty old box, items usually displayed at the adobe, or Diego Sepulveda Adobe, at Estancia Park. Meanwhile, her husband, Art Goddard, showed a visitor archival photographs of the adobe, and revealed a few details about the pair’s soon-to-be-released Costa Mesa history book, probably the first one in the past 30 years. It’s exciting times for the historical society as the planned re-roofing, which has been in the works for the past three years, has just gotten started.
NEWS
November 17, 2008
Laird, Barbara passed away on Friday, November 14, 2008. Born on August 24, 1950 in Detroit, Michigan, and married to her one and only love, Larry in 1969. They moved to their first home in Bluebird Canyon in Laguna Beach in 1970 and later built a new home in this special neighborhood. Their thirty-eight years there were happy ones filled with the birth of their two children, Coby and Dana, school and church activities, family camping trips and the companionship of a caring neighborhood.
NEWS
October 21, 2008
Joan G. Crum Joan G. Crum of Florence, Oregon died Oct. 14, 2008 at the age of 83. She was born to Forrest E. Gilmore and Giralda (Schenk) Gilmore in Alhambra, Calif. on May 14, 1925 and raised in Tulsa, Oklahoma. After graduating from high school, she returned to Southern Calif., marrying Deforest J. Crum in 1947. Mrs. Crum lived in Costa Mesa, Calif. for over 50 years until 2004 when she moved to Florence, Oregon. Widowed in 1962, Mrs. Crum raised her 3 daughters independently with a deeply loving and generous spirit.
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