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  • Academic, Athletic Award Winners

    This corrects Gabrielle Herbosa's information. COSTA MESA HIGH SCHOOL Recipients of the 32nd annual Les Miller Outstanding Student Awards ANGELINE HONG School Activities/Clubs: Virtual Enterprise-Business Plan Team, Academic Decathlon, varsity tennis,...
  • Lobdell: A thousand little miracles

    Lobdell: A thousand little miracles
    Miracle stories told during the Christmas season usually come packaged neatly with tidy endings that produce tears of happiness and smiles all around. This one is different. Though it's being told on Christmas Eve, this story set in Newport Beach is...
  • Upgrade your grandmother's ear trumpet

    Upgrade your grandmother's ear trumpet
    While most people put on headphones to tune out, UC Irvine has found a way to help people tune in with the help of an app called the EarTrumpet. The EarTrumpet assists hearing and tests hearing, determines the problem and adjusts the settings for the...
  • Apodaca: UCI MIND shining light on brain degeneration

    During the last years of my father's life, he slowly, agonizingly slipped away from me. A proud and stoic man who had survived a heartbreakingly unhappy childhood, economic depression and a world war fell at last to the ravages of dementia. Helpless...
  • The Crowd: Resident aims for $30,000 for cancer research by May

     The Crowd: Resident aims for $30,000 for cancer research by May
    This is a story about a legend and a young lady. Arguably the late John Wayne — or the "Duke," as locals still like to call him — lives on in memory with tremendous adoration in the hearts of locals who recall his formidable presence in the...
  • Corona del Mar Today: I Heart Puppies target of animal rights group investigation

    A national animal rights group has launched an investigation into the newly opened I Heart Puppies shop in Corona del Mar. The store, which opened Friday, may have puppies for sale that come from "an egregious violator of the Animal Welfare Act," said...
  • Mailbag: The Helm is a victim of lawsuit abuse

    The reforms the California Legislature put in place three years ago to mitigate the problems of Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) abuse are not working (Re: "Costa Mesa Bar Sued in ADA Compliance Lawsuit," July 8). Despite the California Commission on...
  • The Crowd: Shop until you drop for cancer research

    The Crowd: Shop until you drop for cancer research
    There are those who can turn a negative into a positive and those who can turn a negative into positive cash flow. The second Divorcée Sale, also billed as "A Charity Shopping Event at Pelican Hill Resort," unfolds July 22 through 24. If you think you've...
  • Autism summit offers latest answers

    The Kids Institute for Development and Advancement will present the latest developments in the research on autism in a comprehensible, "parent-oriented" format at the third annual Summit on Autism, the center's founder said Friday. Designed to be a...
  • Elizabeth (Liz) Ann Sanborn

    Elizabeth (Liz) Ann Sanborn was born on June 23rd to Edith and Dr. Clifton Sanborn. She was an avid swimmer as a child. She continued to be an exceptional athlete throughout her life and was extremely active as one of the original members of her gym...
  • My Pet World: Don't choose 'Dr. Google' over a real vet

    ST. LOUIS — Sad news for our pets was announced at a press conference titled, "Houston, We Have a Problem," during the 2011 American Veterinary Medical Assn. Convention July 18. The problem has been a steady decline in our pets' health. "This...
  • Steinberg: Children's long-term health is key

    As fall approaches, the health risk to young athletes is ever-present and parents, coaches, schools and leagues need to take an active role in educating themselves to protect the athletes from unnecessary risk. There is a culture of denial inherent in...