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  • Feinstein reelected, Associated Press reports

     
    San Francisco Democrat Dianne Feinstein has won reelection to the U.S. Senate, defeating Republican autism activist Elizabeth Emken of Danville, according to the Associated Press. California’s senior senator, Feinstein is expected to gain more clout...
  • Jocelyn Chia, Irene Maemura come up short

    MURRIETA — A mixture of frustration and satisfaction best summed up the feelings of Crescenta Valley High’s Jocelyn Chia and Burbank’s Irene Maemura immediately following the pair’s season-ending efforts at Thursday’s 2012...
  • Wanda Jean Monette Dec. 15, 1931 - Oct. 15, 2012

    Wanda was born in Nebraska on December 15th, 1931 to Walter and Meta Heuerman.  She grew up on a farm and graduated from Pender High School in Pender, Nebraska in 1949.  Following graduation, she worked at the Bell Telephone Company in Sioux City, Iowa,...
  • Friday's college roundup (volleyball, tennis, soccer): CNU, Randolph-Macon women advance to regional semifinal volleyball clash

    Christopher Newport, Randolph-Macon, Juniata (Pa.) and Emory of Atlanta rolled to first-round victories in the NCAA Division III women's volleyball Newport News Regional at the Freeman Center. Cory Harris had 15 kills as CNU, ranked fifth in the country,...
  • Greer's OC: Stock up for sweater season

    It's finally feeling like fall, which means time to wear cozy sweaters for cooler weather. At two amazing boutiques in Newport Beach — Sienna Brown Fashion at Corona del Mar Plaza and its sister store Coastal Cool at Crystal Cove Promenade —...
  • Battle of Gettysburg Map Moved to Hanover

    Battle of Gettysburg Map Moved to Hanover
    It took a crane and four tractor trailers to move a piece of history into downtown Hanover today.  Those involved hope an electric map of the Battle of Gettysburg will draw more attention to the role southwestern York County played in the Civil War....
  • High School Roundup: CdM's Matsuoka advances

    High School Roundup: CdM's Matsuoka advances
    Amy Matsuoka is a shy and quiet type. The Corona del Mar High freshman is not one to speak much. This season, she is just letting her play do all the talking on the golf course. Matsuoka made quite the statement Thursday when she shot seven-over-par...
  • It's unseemly for nonprofit CEOs to make millions

    It's unseemly for nonprofit CEOs to make millions
    The story of the nonprofit CEO who solicits charity while raking in a giant salary is, by now, becoming a Central Florida cliché. There was NorthStar High School in Orange County, which was a miserable failure academically but paid its principal $824,000...
  • Greg Lee

    Greg Lee
    GREG, LEE Greg Lee, 57, of Corona Del Mar, passed away on September 11, 2012. He was born in Santa Monica, CA on December 18, 1954, to Audrey Churchill and Donald Lee.  Greg grew up in Corona Del Mar, attended Corona Del Mar High School, lived in Irvine...
  • GOP Retains Grip on U.S. House of Representatives

    GOP Retains Grip on U.S. House of Representatives
    WASHINGTON -- Republicans held on to their House majority in Tuesday's election, leaving Democrats well short of the net gain of 25 seats they needed to take control. "The American people have once again given the House of Representatives to Republicans,...
  • Memorial for CdM fire victim is Saturday

    A memorial will be held for Corona del Mar resident Greg Lee at 11:30 a.m. Saturday at Hope Chapel in Huntington Beach. Lee died Sept. 11 at age 57 when a fire broke out in his home during the day. He was the son of Audrey Churchill and Donald Lee and is...
  • Caltech leader looks to the future

    Caltech leader looks to the future
    When David Lee first arrived at Caltech, he was seeking his doctorate in physics, and calculators were the hot new data-crunchung tool. Today, supercomputers interpret mountains of numbers at lightning speeds, students can track it all on their iPads,...