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FEATURES
October 21, 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 Oct. 15 Jasmine Werdel, 18, Santa Ana Courtney Barrena, 18, Costa Mesa Mark Clark, 45, Orange Johnathan Castro, 29, Corona Thursday Kathy Forline, 40, Costa Mesa Friday Glenn Kaylor, 45, Newport Beach Saturday Scott Woodrell, 30, San Juan Capistrano David Schultz, 47, Rancho Santa Margarita Kevin Harrell, 37, Lake Forest Mitul Patel, 29, Sherman Oaks Joshua Bebek, 20, Westminster Monday Eric Hodges, 26, Anaheim Hills Costa Mesa Oct. 14 Javier Jimenez, 36, Costa Mesa Brian Barcelo, 34, Costa Mesa Oct. 15 Jonathan Moos, 34, Aliso Viejo Dana Couch, 50, Fountain Valley Charles Murphy, 56, Newport Beach Jaime Estrada, 32, Santa Ana Thursday Christopher Pena-Pantoja, 28, La Habra Steven Veiga, 40, Newport Beach Friday Bjarni Bradwell, 38, Costa Mesa Jason Edmonds, 27, Huntington Beach Paul McMichael, 61, Newport Beach Rodolfo Longino, 28, Santa Ana Jason Luke, 26, Costa Mesa Saturday James Matthews, 23, Carlsbad Alicia Huebner, 26, Newport Beach Sunday Ravindu Munasinghe, 34, Tustin Lori Ryan, 46,...
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SPORTS
October 18, 2008
BOYS’ WATER POLO Corona del Mar 12, El Toro 9 CORONA DEL MAR — Michael Liao scored three goals in the Sea Kings’ nonleague match Friday against the top-ranked team in the CIF Southern Section Division I coaches’ poll.   GIRLS’ VOLLEYBALL Sage Hill def. Capistrano Valley Christian SAN JUAN CAPISTRANO — Junior outside hitter Lindsey Kish had n ine kills and two aces and freshman TessWohrle had seven kills and four aces for the Lightning in the Academy League match Friday.
FEATURES
By B.W. COOK | October 3, 2008
Religious belief, politics and power have blended and indeed conflicted throughout human history in all lands, and at all times. On Nov. 1, 1776, a brutal survivalist pioneer Catholic priest on assignment from the Spanish monarchy in control of Mexico arrived in the wild, unpopulated territory that would become California and established a mission on a coastal plain named San Juan Capis- trano. His name was Padre Junipero Serra Junipero Serra , and the mission at San Juan Capistrano would be his seventh settlement in a group of 21 Catholic missions established in the new territory.
LOCAL
By David Carrillo Peñaloza | August 12, 2008
COSTA MESA — For some odd reason Travis Russell’s golf game flourishes after a bad round. That’s why he works out the kinks a day before a tournament. Russell played well enough to win in his home course Tuesday. Or so he thought at Costa Mesa Golf & Country Club’s Mesa Linda course. As he strolled in to turn his scorecard, fresh off a bogey-free round resulting in four-under-par 66, someone gave him the bad news. “Dude, some guy beat you by one,” a fellow competitor said.
SPORTS
By STEVE VIRGEN | July 29, 2008
Perhaps it was fitting, or at least symbolic, that an earthquake hit the Southland Tuesday morning. At the Daily Pilot we had our own shake-up: Publisher Tom Johnson announced his resignation and there were layoffs (see story on A1). While it appears more devastating than a 5.4 quake, we are standing strong, moving forward, albeit with the help from the community. For so many years, the Daily Pilot, most definitely its sports section included, has provided the best in community coverage of the Newport-Mesa area.
FEATURES
By David Carrillo Peñaloza | May 3, 2008
For a photo gallery of this game, click here. SAN JUAN CAPISTRANO — Coach Andy Berglund dug the situation for Sage Hill School so much that he never moved. As the third-base coach, he didn’t have to frantically wave his arms. Well before the pitch crossed the plate, three base runners motored with two outs and a full count in the fourth inning. Just another timely hit and Berglund knew the Lightning would be closer to claiming the school’s first baseball league championship.
FEATURES
By RON VANDERHOFF | April 25, 2008
You missed the Green Scene at The Fullerton Arboretum last weekend. You missed the Tustin Garden Club’s home garden tour on Thursday. You even missed the Fullerton Beautiful Garden Tour, The Theodore Payne Garden Tour and The Ecke Garden Tour. Silly you. But don’t fret; we’re still in the midst of spring, and you can still get your spring plant and garden fix. Beginning this weekend, and continuing over the next nine days, there are no fewer than six good reasons to get out of your garden at least for a few hours.
BUSINESS
April 21, 2008
The Tory Burch women’s boutique at South Coast Plaza plans to host a special shopping day Wednesday to benefit disabled veterans. Between 9 a.m. and 6 p.m., a portion of all sales will benefit the Homes for Heroes and Foundations for Families program sponsored by Habitat for Humanity of Orange County. Funds will go to construct houses in San Juan Capistrano for veterans with combat-related disabilities and their families. In addition, guests invited by Habitat for Humanity will get a 10% discount on all full-priced purchases.
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