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  • Trophy winners named

    The Pageant of the Masters took top honors in the Commercial Float category in the 45th annual Laguna Beach Patriots Day Parade, held Saturday under sunny skies. Oaks Middle School in Ontario was honored with the Band Assn. Sweepstakes award, while the...
  • Officer honored for homeless outreach

     Officer honored for homeless outreach
    Jason Farris had no idea what his job entailed when the Laguna Beach Police Department selected him three years ago to work with the city's homeless population — nor did city officials. He was honored at the March 1 City Council meeting, with...
  • City manager thaws job freeze

    City Manger John Pietig is allowing the Police Department to fill a position he had originally frozen because the police chief had already offered it by letter. Other positions will not be affected by the reversal. "The officer was given the letter...
  • Community protests track rules

    For as long as many can remember, the track at Laguna Beach High School has been open to the public, even during school hours. But that changed six months ago when the board of education voted to end the public use of school grounds during instructional...
  • Mailbag: Thankful for efforts to help homeless

    When we read of the program proposed by the city last year to deal with the issues concerning our homeless population, we were more than a little skeptical. We thought too little was being done. Recently, we walked the length of both Main Beach and...
  • Our Laguna: Food, money donated to flood victims

    Village Laguna's potluck dinner on Monday raised $605 to add to the $1,000 the group had already donated to help the victims of the Dec. 22 flood. VL members were asked to bring donations of food, but there were more checks than canned goods, which was...
  • Sounding Off: League exists to serve voters — women and men

    The League of Women Voters is celebrating its 90th anniversary. Founded after women's suffrage was adopted, those women who had fought so long for the right to vote set definite goals for this new group. The league would support an informed, participating...
  • So far, so good for Laguna

    What a way to start a revival. Returning to play a full season of varsity softball for the first time in three years, Laguna Beach was hungry for action. The Breakers launched their 2011 campaign March 2 and scored a 13-7 nonleague victory over Connelly....
  • Briefly In The News

    Assistance League hosts coffee The Assistance League Laguna Beach invites prospective members and others interested in learning more about the organization to a coffee from 10 a.m. to noon March 21 at the Chapter House, 547 Catalina St. To attend, call...
  • City Council wrap up

    The following is from the March 1 meeting of the Laguna Beach City Council. Arts Commissioner Patricia Kollenda announced Alliance for Arts activities, which can be reviewed at http://www.lagunabeacharts.org. She also announced that No Square Theatre's...
  • It's been a long Laguna lumberyard career

    It's been a long Laguna lumberyard career
    This week was a little different for Chuck Robinson. For the first time in 45 years, he didn't have to wake up at the crack of dawn and head to his job at the lumberyard in Laguna Beach. After nearly half a century on the job, at age 68, the Ganahl...
  • Woman known for spirit, sense of humor

     Woman known for spirit, sense of humor
    Longtime Laguna Beach businesswoman and resident Leah Leary died March 2 from complications following back surgery. She was 72. Leary opened the Laguna Gander store on the corner of Glenneyre Street and Forest Avenue in 1974. It was a fixture on the...