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  • Dr. James McKitterick III

    Dr. James McKitterick III Dr. James McKitterick III was born November 22, 1926, in Lee’s Summit, Missouri, and went to be with the Lord on June 14, 2011. He attended Kansas State University where he graduated with a degree in Veterinary Medicine. He...
  • Authorities detain 15 illegal immigrants at Crystal Cove

    A panga boat carrying 15 illegal immigrants flipped in heavy surf along Crystal Cove early Tuesday morning and ejected all the occupants, federal immigration authorities said. All but two aboard were detained and there were no serious injuries or...
  • It's A Gray Area: A chance to support regulating marijuana

    On Sept. 1 you will have a chance to help us make history. On this date there will be an event to support the Regulate Marijuana Like Wine Initiative that will be on the November 2012 ballot. Please join us. The event will be hosted by Richard Moriarty...
  • O.C. Sheriff pulls over suspected smuggling boat

    Authorities on Sunday intercepted a suspected smuggling boat off Newport Beach that tried to land on a busy stretch of Huntington Beach about two miles down the coast from the U.S. Open of Surfing. Lifeguards spotted the panga, a simple fishing vessel...
  • A View From The Mesa: Main ingredient is love at Mexican cafe

    A couple of years back, I thought I would die if I had to have one more meeting in a Starbucks, so I set out to find some new places. What I found was Amorelia Mexican Café at 2200 Harbor Blvd. This gem near the corner of Wilson Street sits by Jo-Ann...
  • It's A Gray Area: A view of the U.S., as seen from Mexico

    I have been speaking out for more than 19 years against our nation's policy of drug prohibition, but recently I encountered a view from Mexico that I had not heard before. It was titled "Drug Trafficker's Paradise," and was written by Francisco Martin...
  • Wahoo's co-founder takes it to the streets

    Wahoo's co-founder takes it to the streets
    COSTA MESA — If you've ordered from the Wahoo's Fish Taco food truck this summer, there a good chance your grilled fish burrito was served up by Wing Lam, the restaurant chain's co-founder. And even with 60 Wahoo's locations nationwide —...
  • Classically Trained: Trumpeting a remarkable career

    Classically Trained: Trumpeting a remarkable career
    Years ago, Barry Perkins brought his trumpet south of the border. Unlike most Americans who just travel to Mexico for tequila-filled good times, he went for a job, and a prestigious one at that: a seat in the Mexico City Philharmonic. The audition...
  • Fred Allen Howser

    Fred Allen Howser
    FRED ALLEN HOWSER November 6, 1936 – September 11, 2011   Fred passed away peacefully last Sunday, September 11, 2011 due to a complexity of medical issues.  He was born November 6, 1936 in Long Beach, CA as the only child of Fred N. Howser and...
  • Baggage system in new terminal fails test

    Baggage system in new terminal fails test
    After a week of previews and celebrations, John Wayne Airport began checking in travelers at its new Terminal C on Monday. But one group of flyers was sent hiking to the old terminal: people with luggage. Terminal C failed its federal baggage...
  • Shirley Ann Frazier McKitterick

    Shirley Ann Frazier McKitterick, 82, passed away peacefully November 18th, 2011 at her home. She was born November 29, 1928, the daughter of Theodore and Mabel Frazier of Kansas City, Missouri. She graduated from Southeast High School in 1946. Shirley...
  • Airport says 'bienvenidos' to more Mexico flights

    InterJet plans to offer daily nonstop flights from Orange County to Mexico City and Guadalajara starting in mid-October, the airline announced in a press release last week. The announcement came after the Orange County Board of Supervisors approved...