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Seen from the air, the Mississippi snakes across the terrain in thousands of curves and loops. The landscape is dominated by circular and semicircular arcs, the remains of old meanders. Cutoff loops become ponds or lakes. A river's length and shape are...
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Baby boomers may remember the Beatles' verse: "It was 20 years ago today, Sergeant Pepper taught the band to play." How long 20 years seemed when that song was released! Let's double that this October and November to celebrate the 40th anniversaries of...
COSTA MESA — Councilwoman Wendy Leece remembered when she was on the city's Parks and Recreation Commission and the Fairview Park Wetlands & Riparian Habitat Project first crossed her desk. Costa Mesa City Engineer Ernesto Munoz and Public Services...
NEWPORT BEACH — A city project to control erosion along Lower Buck Gully will also restore the area's natural landscape and remove threatening birds that lay eggs in other birds' nests, according to a California Coastal Commission staff report....
A new series of apartment homes are scheduled to replace the longstanding waterslides and wave pools when Irvine's Wild Rivers closes its gates for good at the end of the season. The 26-year-old waterpark and nearby Camp James, a summer day camp for...
A World War II-era, single-engine plane piloted by a Newport Beach man crashed into a San Luis Obispo creek Thursday morning, leaving him relatively unscathed but his passenger seriously injured, San Luis Obispo County officials said. The pilot,...
A decision on what people see when they enter Laguna Beach from Laguna Canyon Road has plagued city officials for at least three decades and still remains unresolved. The Planning Commission is winding down its review of a revised environmental impact...
BASEBALL Orange Coast 16, Fullerton 11 COSTA MESA — Sophomore first baseman Jordan Beck went four for five with seven runs batted in and one run scored for the Pirates in the Orange Empire Conference game Tuesday. Sophomore right fielder...
Editor's note: This corrects the cost of the regional project to filter selenium. City and county officials have hit some setbacks in an ambitious effort to reduce the amount of selenium, a naturally occurring yet potentially toxic element, that...
Letters have been sent to residents along Lower Buck Gully, advising them that an erosion project is moving along with construction still slated to begin after Labor Day. The project "should stabilize the canyon bottom by retraining the creek to its...
Is it "beep beep" or "meep meep"? The jury is still out but we'll get to that in a minute. There are coyotes in Costa Mesa. That isn't exactly news, because there are urban coyotes in almost every city, including one called New York, which has a...
Many ask, "What is an estuary?" The simplest answer is, "A place where fresh water and salt water meet." The tidal mouth of any river is an estuary. Local residents are lucky to have in their midst the largest remaining natural estuary in Southern...
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