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  • Mesa Musings: Tough editor became patient professor

    Mesa Musings: Tough editor became patient professor
    When Orange Coast College hired Tom Murphine in 1985 as a journalism professor, I winced. He'll scare students away! I'd seen "Murph" at work in the Daily Pilot newsroom. With rolled up sleeves, a no-nonsense demeanor and smoldering pipe jutting from...
  • Pilot wins investigative reporting awards

    Daily Pilot reporter Mike Reicher has placed first and second in the investigative reporting category in a statewide journalism contest for his work on a politician who did not live in a legislative district he sought to represent and a legal flap...
  • Daily Pilot wins 2 statewide awards

    The Daily Pilot won two awards for investigative reporting over the weekend in the Best Newspaper Contest sponsored by the California Newspaper Publishers Assn. Pilot Staff Writer Mike Reicher won first and second place, respectively, in the...
  • TCN welcomes three to newsroom

    TCN welcomes three to newsroom
    Los Angeles Times Community News (TCN), which publishes the Daily Pilot, Laguna Beach Coastline Pilot, Huntington Beach Independent and TheOCnow.com, has hired two new reporters and a page designer/copy editor for its news operations in Orange County....
  • Three staffers win at LAT Editorial Awards

    LOS ANGELES — Three Times Community News (TCN) South journalists won Los Angeles Times 2010 Editorial Awards on Tuesday in recognition of their contributions to the Daily Pilot and its sister newspapers. Web Editor Jamie Rowe, who oversees the...
  • Longtime Pilot columnist Joseph Bell retires

    Longtime Pilot columnist Joseph Bell retires
    NEWPORT BEACH — After nearly 20 years as a mainstay of the Daily Pilot and a long career as a freelance writer and journalism educator, columnist Joseph N. Bell is retiring. Thursday's "The Bell Curve" column will be his last. "When a time for...
  • Lobdell: Owing love of journalism to Bell

    Here's my favorite Joe Bell story: As editor of the Pilot in the '90s, I arranged for Joe, our star columnist, to hit some tennis balls with Lindsay Davenport, an up-and-coming Newport Beach pro who would later earn the No. 1 ranking on the women's tour...
  • Letters From The Editor: Wild West or the very model of civility?

    I once had an editor who said that we're in the business of answering readers' questions, not asking them. And while I generally heed that advice, I've spent some of this young year asking readers what they want from us. Reader input has led me to...
  • Letters From The Editor: Changes coming to Coastline

    Most newspapers aren't growing these days. We are. At least in a small way. The Coastline Pilot will expand its reach beyond Laguna Beach into two neighboring cities, Aliso Viejo and Laguna Niguel, beginning with the Aug. 26 edition. We plan to cover...
  • L.A. Times honors community newspapers

    LOS ANGELES — Three members of the staff who produce the Daily Pilot, Huntington Beach Independent and Coastline Pilot won Los Angeles Times Editorial Awards banquet Thursday night. Times Community News (TCN) South employees Mona Shadia, Barry...
  • Note To Our Readers: Pilot to introduce mobile apps, decrease print by one day

    The Daily Pilot is evolving to ensure our readers can get their news in a variety of ways — be it print or online, through Facebook posts and tweets, or on their mobile devices. To that end, we have a couple bits of news ourselves. First, we're...
  • Winston William Hodge

    Winston William Hodge Winston William Hodge was born in Drummondville, Quebec, Canada on March 24, 1940.   His family moved to Montreal when he was six months old, and they lived there until he was sixteen, when they came to California and settled in...