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By Jill Cowan | April 3, 2014
Orange County Sheriff Sandra Hutchens talked jails, guns and drugs Thursday morning at a breakfast event with members of Newport Beach's business community. Hutchens, who took the podium at the city's central library as part of the Newport Beach Chamber of Commerce's monthly Wake Up! Newport event series, first discussed the impacts of the state's efforts to relieve overcrowding in prisons on the county. Although Orange County's jails are in better shape than most jurisdictions, she said that when it comes to jail population management, the department isn't getting complacent.
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By Lauren Williams, lauren.williams@latimes.com | August 19, 2011
NEWPORT BEACH — A group of diners got more than soup and a sandwich Friday; they got a lunchtime taste of the law at the Coco's Bakery Restaurant at Fashion Island. About 40 women and men wearing blue-trimmed name tags gathered to listen to Orange County Sheriff Sandra Hutchens give a talk about the effects of budget cuts on law enforcement. Members of the League of Women Voters – Orange Coast and other community members gathered into the diner's den-like area to hear how Hutchens cut about $53 million from the Sheriff's Department in the two years after her initial appointment.
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By Brianna Bailey and Alan Blank | May 29, 2008
How candidates feel about handing over harbor patrol duties to Newport Beach city officials won’t figure in to Orange County Board Chairman John Moorlach’s pick for a new sheriff, he said Wednesday. “I don’t see that as one of the serious, overreaching reasons to hire someone,” Moorlach said. The supervisor’s comments come after Assemblyman Jose Solorio (D-Anaheim) announced earlier this month that he would shelve a bill that would keep the reins of the harbor patrol firmly in the hands of the county.
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By Jill Cowan | February 25, 2014
The Orange County Sheriff's Department may hire temporary staff to help process a flood of concealed-weapons permit applications in the wake of a loosening of the county's gun restrictions . Sheriff Sandra Hutchens announced the policy change last week in response to a U.S. 9th Circuit Court of Appeals ruling that California counties may no longer require residents who want to carry concealed firearms to demonstrate a specific, individualized need...
FEATURES
By B.W. Cook | June 27, 2009
They called it “a night of hope.” The third annual Pink Tie Ball in Orange County sponsored by the Susan G. Komen for the Cure breast cancer support group pulled out all the stops, raising $250,000 for local breast health services. More than 400 guests converged upon Costa Mesa’s Noguchi Gardens at the Pacific Arts Plaza to promote the “power of pink.” It is important to note the party was made possible by some 100 volunteers working with Komen Orange County Executive Director Lisa Wolter Lisa Wolter . Chairwomen of the evening were Marica Pendjer, Analisa Albert, and Aletha Anderson . Aletha with her husband, Chris Anderson , were honored guests of the evening, with additional special recognition paid to Bette and Wylie Aitken for their unwavering support.
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By Jill Cowan | April 3, 2014
Orange County Sheriff Sandra Hutchens talked jails, guns and drugs Thursday morning at a breakfast event with members of Newport Beach's business community. Hutchens, who took the podium at the city's central library as part of the Newport Beach Chamber of Commerce's monthly Wake Up! Newport event series, first discussed the impacts of the state's efforts to relieve overcrowding in prisons on the county. Although Orange County's jails are in better shape than most jurisdictions, she said that when it comes to jail population management, the department isn't getting complacent.
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By Jill Cowan | February 25, 2014
The Orange County Sheriff's Department may hire temporary staff to help process a flood of concealed-weapons permit applications in the wake of a loosening of the county's gun restrictions . Sheriff Sandra Hutchens announced the policy change last week in response to a U.S. 9th Circuit Court of Appeals ruling that California counties may no longer require residents who want to carry concealed firearms to demonstrate a specific, individualized need...
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By Lauren Williams, lauren.williams@latimes.com | August 19, 2011
NEWPORT BEACH — A group of diners got more than soup and a sandwich Friday; they got a lunchtime taste of the law at the Coco's Bakery Restaurant at Fashion Island. About 40 women and men wearing blue-trimmed name tags gathered to listen to Orange County Sheriff Sandra Hutchens give a talk about the effects of budget cuts on law enforcement. Members of the League of Women Voters – Orange Coast and other community members gathered into the diner's den-like area to hear how Hutchens cut about $53 million from the Sheriff's Department in the two years after her initial appointment.
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By B.W. Cook | December 30, 2009
There is perhaps no better story to share on New Year’s Eve than one that is all about hope for a better future. Last week, before Christmas, 322 guests from southern California converged upon the Newport Harbor at dusk to board “The Eternity,” one of the spectacular cruise vessels operated by Electra Cruises. Among the guests were 57 children, all associated with a group that has become nationally recognized as The Make-A-Wish Foundation. Thanks to the generosity of Electra Cruise owners Randy and Linda Guin ther , who provided the boat, the food and the beverages at no charge, and 17 of their dedicated crew members who volunteered their time to entertain the children and their families, it was a spirited and joyful evening.
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By Brianna Bailey and Alan Blank | June 11, 2008
Rep. Dana Rohrabacher will throw his annual margarita- and chili-drenched birthday bash at the home of Newport Beach supporters this weekend. The soiree will include a special musical appearance by former Doobie Brother and original Steely Dan member Jeff “Skunk” Baxter. Since recording the guitar solo for the 1974 hit single “Rikki Don’t Lose That Number,” Baxter has gone on to a successful second career as a defense consultant. The guitarist and Rohrabacher are close friends.
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