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  • Scholarship Awards Breakfast - Newport Harbor

    NEWPORT HARBOR HIGH SCHOOL Jason Cernius AP Classes/School Activities/Clubs: Art History, Calculus AB, Calculus BC, Computer Science A, English Language, English Literature, European History, Physics C (Electricity and Magnetism), Physics C...
  • Briefs: Grayson, Truxton selected all-stars

    Briefs: Grayson, Truxton selected all-stars
    EDITOR'S NOTE: This corrects that Chase Wilson finished third at the Assn. of Surfing Professionals Hurley Rob Machado Pro. Newport Harbor High safety Kellon Truxton and Costa Mesa cornerback DaSean Grayson were the only two Newport-Mesa seniors to earn...
  • Dr. Val Clark

    Dr. Val Clark
    Dr. Val Clark, 79, of La Canada and Newport Beach, California, passed peacefully surrounded by the love of his family on Saturday, July 2, 2011.  Val was born in St. George, Utah on March 30, 1932 to Earl B. and Iva Knell Clark.  His youth was spent...
  • The Crowd: A story about the American dream

    The Crowd: A story about the American dream
    Paul Salata is a living testament to the all-American ideal that hard work, perseverance and a bit of luck will pay off for any person living under the stars and stripes, regardless of race, creed, gender or national origin. "I made it from L.A. to...
  • City, volunteers help prepare for emergencies

    With a number of close calls from distant tsunamis, and a branch of the Newport-Inglewood fault about one mile offshore, the city of Newport Beach has spent the last several years preparing for tidal waves. Officials have created an evacuation plan for...
  • Classically Trained: Young ensemble plays worldly music

    It's a group where you've got to keep your winds about you. The Pacific Symphony Youth Wind Ensemble performed a program Sunday titled "We the People: Folk Music From Around the World" in the Renée and Henry Segerstrom Concert Hall. It included some...
  • Apodaca: The Spielbergs-to-be show off at festival

    I'm going to let you in on one of the best entertainment values in town: the Newport Beach Film Festival's Youth Film Showcase. The youth showcase, a regular feature of the festival since 2005, is a collection of short films made entirely by kids. High-...
  • Pirates' Moynihan gets back on track

    For a guy whose speed allows him to beat out routine ground balls to shortstop, Matt Moynihan has, at times, been a little slow to come around. At 6-foot-2, 210 pounds and with enough fast-twitch muscle fibers to make a professional baseball scout...
  • City Life: There's honesty and P.R. honesty

    Most public relations specialists will tell you that when a public figure is faced with the possibility of damaging information becoming public, the smart thing to do is break the news yourself. It's a process known as "getting in front of the story."...
  • TWO-MINUTE DRILL

     TWO-MINUTE DRILL
    Costa Mesa High quarterback Nathan Alvis topped 100 yards through the air and on the ground, and had a hand in a career-high six touchdowns in the Mustangs' 53-17 nonleague win over La Quinta, Thursday at Bolsa Grande High. The left-handed junior...
  • 3-D expert from USC to speak

    COSTA MESA — The Orange County chapter of Access Executive Network will host a presentation about three-dimensional art, technology and business by an expert from USC Oct. 19. Phil Lelyveld, founder of the Consumer 3-D Experience Lab at USC's...
  • McDonald on the mark

    McDonald on the mark
    Newport Harbor High football coach Jeff Brinkley is stewing lately after two consecutive losses, but the mention of former Sailors' quarterback Andrew McDonald is sure to soften Brinkley's competitive scowl. McDonald, the Newport-Mesa Offensive Player...