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  • Lobdell: Some Thanksgiving leftovers

    Here are some leftovers for you on the day after Thanksgiving. Turkey. This fowl is also known as the Facilities Management West's deal with the state to buy the 150-acre Orange County Fairgrounds for $150 million. It's already generated one lawsuit,...
  • Sage's Bick, Billingsley continue to impress

    Sage's Bick, Billingsley continue to impress
    Rian Billingsley's nickname is simple. The Sage Hill School tennis player likes to poach at the net and has good volleys, which sometimes lead to opponents getting pegged — unintentionally of course. Billingsley's known as "The Terminator" to...
  • Steinberg: Steriods not for sports

    Warren Moon, the late coach Bill Walsh, Ken Dorsey and I testified before the California Senate and Assembly several years back supporting a bill by State Senator Jackie Speier to ban steroids and dangerous supplements from high school students and...
  • Group wants Ellis off Fair Board

    COSTA MESA — It seems all the dust hasn't settled from the state's failed attempt to sell the Orange County Fairgrounds and the Fair Board's effort to buy it in 2009. The Orange County Fair Preservation Society, a grass-roots group of residents and...
  • It's a Gray Area: Time to privatize out government work

    When former Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger first took office he promised to address the out-of-control worker's compensation system, and he did. Unfortunately, after making progress on about 15% of the difficulties — the ones that were the easiest...
  • Would-be fairgrounds buyer appeals ruling

    COSTA MESA — The Newport Beach-based investment company that was on track to buy the Orange County Fairgrounds from the state before the sale was blocked in court, has filed a petition asking the justices to reconsider their ruling. Facilities...
  • Dentist granted parole

    COSTA MESA — A former Costa Mesa dentist convicted of killing three patients in his care can be released from prison, an appellate court has ruled. A state Court of Appeal late Wednesday reinstated parole for Tony Protopappas, 66. The court order...
  • Brown appoints O.C. labor leader to Fair Board

    COSTA MESA — Gov. Jerry Brown has appointed a labor leader embroiled in Costa Mesa's recent political conflicts to the board of directors that oversees the Orange County Fairgrounds. Nick Berardino, 62, general manager of the Orange County...
  • Community Commentary: Fair could be better off in private hands

    Orange County Fair President and Chief Executive Steve Beazley and Fair Board member Dave Ellis on Wednesday wrote a Community Commentary, "Fairgrounds play a big role in kids' lives," to vow that the fair as we know it would continue in its present...
  • State: O.C. Fairgrounds no longer for sale

    COSTA MESA — As the Orange County Fair opened its gates Friday, state officials said they are no longer looking to sell the fairgrounds. Under former Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger, the state Department of General Services, or DGS, was directed in 2009...
  • Community Commentary: 'We just won' by stopping fairgrounds sale

    With the Orange County Fair now in full swing and the opening weekend drawing the largest first weekend attendance in fair history, it is hard to imagine that California's Department of General Services (DGS) actually was instructed by former Gov....
  • Former dentist convicted of three deaths released

    COSTA MESA — A former Costa Mesa dentist convicted of killing three people in his dentist's chair in the 1980s was released from Folsom State Prison on Tuesday, his attorney said. Tony Protopappas, 66, was headed home with his brother after serving...