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  • 16 Irvine students win Merit Scholarships

    Sixteen Irvine high school seniors will receive scholarships from their intended colleges, the National Merit Scholarship Corp. announced Wednesday. The college-sponsored Merit Scholarship winners will receive between $500 and $2,000 for up to four years...
  • Steinberg: USC to pay tribute to Junior Seau

    Steinberg: USC to pay tribute to Junior Seau
    The long and painful drought for college football fans ends this weekend. For many local residents it marks the return of their beloved alma mater, the University of Southern California, from the wasteland of limited scholarships and no bowl...
  • Morgan MD, Morgan Lord

    Morgan MD, Morgan Lord
    Morgan died peacefully on August 20, 2012, in Corona del Mar, California, with his wife of 53 years, Mary, at his side. Born March 25, 1933, in Oxnard, California to Kenneth Frederick and Phyllis Lord Morgan, Morgan spent his childhood in Los Feliz and...
  • Dr. Lloyd Gerald Carnahan

    Dr. Lloyd Gerald Carnahan
    Dr. Lloyd Gerald Carnahan (“Dr. Carnahan” or “Lloyd”) 1929 - 2012 Dr. Carnahan, known by his family as “Paca” and “Papa Lloyd”, and long time Fullerton family pediatrician and resident, passed away on...
  • Donna Heidbrink

    Donna Heidbrink
    Donna Heidbrink Biography Donna Jean Riddell was born on May 23, 1927.  A southern California girl, she and her older brother Orin were raised by their parents in San Gabriel.  After her graduation from high school in 1945, she attended the University of...
  • CdM aces test

    CORONA DEL MAR — Corona del Mar High boys' volleyball coach Steve Conti was worried before the match. His Sea Kings calmed him down from the opening whistle. CdM played at a high level for the first-round CIF Southern Section Division I playoff...
  • Lightning's Dion overcame injury

    As a three-sport athlete Sage Hill School senior Jackie Dion certainly remained busy throughout her four years with the Lightning. Adversity plagued her senior year, but Dion pressed on. A dislocated kneecap sustained in January kept her out for the rest...
  • Newport Beach: Ferguson, a homebuilder and wife of assemblyman, dies

    Noted home builder Anita Ferguson, the wife of late Assemblyman Gil Ferguson, has died, family members said Monday. Ferguson succumbed to cancer Sunday evening at Hoag Memorial Hospital Presbyterian, her son Jay Ferguson said. She was 84. Anita Ferguson...
  • Obituaries: Anita Ferguson 1926 - 2010

    Noted Newport Beach home builder Anita Ferguson, the wife of late Assemblyman Gil Ferguson, has died, family members said Monday. Ferguson, who was well known as a conservative activist and GOP fundraiser, succumbed to ovarian cancer Sunday evening at...
  • UCI wins series against UCR

    IRVINE — Eric Pettis held off rallying UC Riverside and went the distance in a 9-6 complete-game win Sunday to clinch the Big West Conference series Sunday at Anteater Ballpark. With the victory, UCI, ranked No. 24 in the nation, climbed to 34-18,...
  • Athletic Awards

    Beau Attyah Corona del Mar The catcher proved to be a consistent force on defense and also provided a punch on offense. With his 3.7 grade-point average, he helped the baseball team earn a CIF Southern Section Academic Team Award. He holds the school...
  • Calling the Shots: So many stories to tell

    Calling the Shots: So many stories to tell
    With 30 high school athletes being honored, there were plenty of stories to tell Wednesday morning at the Radisson Hotel in Newport Beach. The athletic directors from Corona del Mar and Newport Harbor high schools read the achievements that each...