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  • Attendees voice outrage at City Council

    Attendees voice outrage at City Council
    COSTA MESA — When the council chamber doors were opened, voices from the outside burst in. From the outside, applause and hoots from inside the chamber echoed out. At City Hall, no matter where you were for Tuesday night's City Council meeting,...
  • It's A Gray Area: Are we watching? Do we care?

    In the April 18 edition of Newsweek, columnist Philip K. Howard published a "Dear Congress" letter setting forth several national policies that are broken, and demanding that they be addressed and fixed. This is similar to the open letter that was...
  • World View: Successful immigrant achieves American Dream

    I've accumulated thousands of business cards throughout my career, but few stand out quite like the one belonging to Surat Singh Randhawa. The card of the Costa Mesa resident and small-business owner is a 2-inch-tall by about 3.5-inch-wide résumé. It...
  • 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: Interpreting the 14th Amendment

    Why are Arizona and an increasingly large number of other states taking their own action regarding illegal immigration? It results from the frustration of the federal government's inactivity. As was discussed in this column from July 22, 2007, Congress...
  • Letters From the Editor: Let's talk about Costa Mesa's future

    Costa Mesa is in the public policy fight of the decade. And that's saying something for a town that has seen bitter battles in recent years over illegal immigration, day laborers, medical marijuana dispensaries and, of course, the fairgrounds. For those...
  • Flores felt compelled to act

    COSTA MESA — As City Councilman Steve Mensinger strolled across the football field at Estancia High School's Jim Scott Stadium on the morning of April 23, English teacher Joel Flores said he saw an opportunity. Flores, 38, isn't a member of any...
  • Top 10 stories of 2010

     Top 10 stories of 2010
    10. Newport-Mesa election: Costa Mesa Councilwoman Katrina Foley won a seat on the Newport-Mesa school board and 30-year incumbent Judy Franco dispatched another challenger, showing that voters wanted both familiar and new voices. 9. City attorney...
  • SPECIAL REPORT: Nguyen's address in doubt

    SPECIAL REPORT: Nguyen's address in doubt
    A candidate for state office may not have lived in the district he seeks to represent at the time he registered to vote, when he submitted his nomination papers, and when he voted there during the primary election, according to campaign finance and...
  • City Life: There's honesty and P.R. honesty

    Most public relations specialists will tell you that when a public figure is faced with the possibility of damaging information becoming public, the smart thing to do is break the news yourself. It's a process known as "getting in front of the story."...
  • Sounding Off: The 'Goat Hill' to 'City of the Arts'

    Has 10 years of bickering over the immigration issue paid off in Costa Mesa? Today, the city is a shining tower of right-wing conservatism and anti-immigration sentiment. While the rhetoric on immigration has grown larger over the years, Costa Mesa's...
  • Lobdell: Newport-Mesa's edition of 'Jeopardy!'

    It's time for the inaugural year-end version of "Newport-Mesa Jeopardy!" And here's your host, Alex Trebek! Alex: Let's get right to it. The categories are: All's Fair, Schooled, Newport Traditions, Politics As Usual, What's in a Name? and Headaches....