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  • Water agencies not yet sure about cutbacks

    Water agencies not yet sure about cutbacks
    Local water agencies have reported a moderate reduction in water use in recent months and are awaiting directives from state officials on how much more cutting back they'll need to do before fines are levied.
  • Mailbag: Here's one way to save water – grow a beard, guys

    Back in the 1870s, when my grandfather served in the Assembly, most men had beards. Ditto my baby boomer friends during the Vietnam War. . I think it's time to bring back the beard. It's one way men, from the beach to the boardroom, can do their part...

    Around Town: Kids' inventions on display at Irvine Valley College contest

    Around Town: Kids' inventions on display at Irvine Valley College contest
    More than 450 young inventors in kindergarten through eighth grade will vie for awards and more than $10,000 in cash prizes Saturday in the 28th annual Irvine Valley College "Astounding Inventions" competition. The event runs from 9:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. in...

    Commentary: Battling climate change begins at home

    When it comes to climate change, most of us look at gridlocked Washington, or read about the science wars, and think, what can one individual do? The answer, increasingly and surprisingly, is that individuals are already making a difference — in...

    Commentary: Next energy-efficiency duty: Cities must become 'smart'

    "Green buildings" are popping up everywhere, California schools are getting more efficient and installers of home solar panels are multiplying. What's the next frontier? Our cities. The new catch phrase in the energy community is "smart city." Truly...