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  • Two-minute Drill: Battle of the Bay takes center stage

    NEWPORT HARBOR •The Newport Harbor High Sailors' next game is against another defending CIF Southern Section champion. And they are familiar with these Sea Kings. Newport Harbor (1-1), ranked No. 6 in the Southwest Division, plays rival Corona...
  • Faulkner: Soccer teams finding a will away

    Faulkner: Soccer teams finding a will away
    The fall semester is only a few weeks old, but already soccer players at local universities have experienced one of the great joys of collegiate life: an eventful road trip. The men's and women's teams at both UC Irvine and Vanguard came away with...
  • U.S. customs surprise Japanese visitors

     U.S. customs surprise Japanese visitors
    Six students from Okazaki, Japan, took center stage this week to share a bit of their culture with students at Ensign Intermediate School in Newport Beach. For more than 30 years, the Newport-Balboa Rotary Club, working in conjunction with the Newport...
  • OCC breaks ground on latest project

    OCC breaks ground on latest project
    Orange Coast College broke ground on its $35 million interdisciplinary complex this week, kicking off one of many major construction projects in the works at the campus. The building, adjacent to the Adams Avenue parking lot, will open in fall 2015....
  • IVC ranks high in service to military students

    Irvine Valley College is in the top 20% of schools nationwide for delivering the best experience for military students, according to results from a recent survey. The 1,868 colleges, universities and trade schools on the 2014 Military Friendly Schools...
  • She's got the 'powers'

    She's got the 'powers'
    When Corona del Mar High cross country coach Bill Sumner says the cat's out of the bag, he's not kidding. That cat probably can beat you in a three-mile race. CdM freshman Raquel Powers did not even start the year on varsity, running on JV instead....
  • Girls' Tennis: Sage finishes fourth

    Girls' Tennis: Sage finishes fourth
    NEWPORT BEACH — Sage Hill School sophomore Jaclyn Gerschultz is a three-sport star, as she also plays soccer and runs track. Gerschultz also grew up playing softball, but the Lightning don't have a softball team. It was on the tennis court...
  • OCC reviewing its safety protocols

    Orange Coast College is reviewing how it would respond if a gunman were to open fire on campus. The move came last week on the same day that the college's faculty expressed concern about some safety measures related to lockdowns and active shooters....
  • College crisis team aims to prevent violence

    At an Orange Coast College night class more than a year ago, a student walked outside during a break and said he wanted to kill the professor, according to a school official. The student then pointed his index finger, mimicking a gunshot from a pistol,...
  • Girls' Tennis: Thaxter leads CdM to win

    Lauren Thaxter knew that Wednesday's nonleague girls' tennis match against Manhattan Beach Mira Costa was important, so she definitely wanted to play all three sets. Sometimes that's easier said than done for Thaxter, a Corona del Mar High senior who...
  • Pirates pursuing perfection in cross country

    Pirates pursuing perfection in cross country
    In the battle against complacency along the 5,000-kilometer cross country trail, the competition is not the sole buffer. There is, of course, also the matter of the stopwatch, its constant ticking a relentless measure of individual progress. And,...
  • District communicates its goals

    Newport-Mesa Unified School District Supt. Fred Navarro taught Newport Beach city leaders and residents their ABCs Thursday morning. This wasn't the traditional alphabet taught to young children, but rather the district's way to communicate its...