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Injuries and Wounds (INACTIVE)

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  • Parents divided on football safety

    Parents of football players at Laguna Beach High School are divided about whether the program is safe. At a time when the threat of Methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus, a potentially fatal bacterium, on high school football fields and in locker...
  • Match made in (gridiron) heaven

    Match made in (gridiron) heaven
    The introduction took place four summers ago when two youngsters from different middle schools met while pursuing the same dream: to make it with the Laguna Beach High football program. Austin Paxson and Chris Paul said they didn't know each other...
  • Laguna notches key win

    Laguna notches key win
    Step one is done. Facing an Estancia team Wednesday that figured to be a big challenge to them in the race for the 2011 Orange Coast League boys' basketball championship, Laguna Beach picked up a key road win by outlasting the host Eagles in overtime,...
  • Sounding Off: Looking for the facts about skateboarding

    A one-page flier, printed front and back, and entitled "Skateboarders on Steep Hills" was recently taped to our fence. Since the flier is reputed to have come from the "Bluebird Canyon" neighborhood (a neighborhood in which I live), I was interested in...
  • Funk continues for boys' soccer squad

    The Laguna Beach boys' soccer team dropped its third straight Orange Coast League game Wednesday when the Breakers fell to visiting Saddleback, 3-0, at Guyer Field. "The game was very scrappy, with both teams looking a nervous at times," Laguna Coach...
  • No smoke detectors in Eagle Rock Way fire

    An Eagle Rock Way home sustained at least $1 million in damages after an early-morning blaze Wednesday consumed most of the structure and its contents, according to Fire Chief Jeff LaTendresse. One occupant of the home and one firefighter suffered...
  • Breakers eager to move on

    OK, game one is done with. Now, the Laguna Beach High football team can turn its full attention to the challenge at hand, a 7 p.m. kickoff today at Ocean View. No, there's no need to dwell on last Friday's season opener, a 62-27 home loss to Northwood....
  • Mailbag: Sewer fees, not taxes, were raised

    Regarding claims in your newspaper by City Council candidate Emanuel Petrascu, ("Council upped property taxes," Sept. 3) I reviewed the agenda and minutes of April 20, did a little more research, and found that the City Council did not raise property...
  • Sounding Off: No. 10 -- reducing litigation

    In December, I will be retiring as city manager of Laguna Beach. Over the 31 years of my tenure, the city has progressed in numerous areas. For the next 10 weeks, I would like to share my perceptions of the city's most significant accomplishments during...
  • Breakers start fast, but can't finish

    Earlier in the week, Ocean View football Coach Harold Eggers was leery of the Laguna Beach offense which, he said, could score quickly. He and his Seahawks found that to be true Friday at Ocean View. Laguna struck fast — and fairly easily...
  • Wounded Breakers look to rebound

    And the hits keep on coming. Two weeks into the 2010 season, the Laguna Beach High football team is beginning to resemble the walking wounded. The injuries are piling up on the Breakers, who today are in Torrance to face Bishop Montgomery for a 6 p.m....
  • Editorial: Skating and city streets don't mix

    Laguna Beach city officials are finding themselves in the unenviable position of having to curtail something that is a lot of fun. And fun is important to Lagunans, especially those reared on the thrills of surfing and other water sports. Of course, the...