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Elections

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  • Scenes from election night

    Scenes from election night
    It was a long night for Laguna Beach City Council candidates. Absentee ballots posted shortly after 8 p.m. Tuesday put Planning Commissioner Robert Whalen in the lead followed by Steven Dicterow. But it was hours before all 26 precincts were counted,...
  • Election 2012: Deadline to apply for mail-in ballots is Oct. 30

    More and more folks are voting via mail-in ballots, touted as a convenience for busy citizens. Oct. 30 is the deadline to apply for mail-in ballots. Applications for the mail-in ballots are available in the city clerk's office in City Hall or the...
  • Whalen, Dicterow claim council seats

    Whalen, Dicterow claim council seats
    With all precincts reporting late Tuesday night, Planning Commissioner Bob Whalen and former City Councilman Steve Dicterow were the top vote-getters for the two open seats on the Laguna Beach City Council. According to data from the Orange County...
  • Mailbag: Does the dog define the candidate?

    Four years ago, six Democrats were vying for their party's presidential nomination. Back then, the pundits griped there was very little light between the candidates. Not surprisingly, that's virtually the same thing I have been hearing since the...
  • Council aims to repair, prevent

    City officials on Tuesday considered ways for residents and businesses to better prepare for and perhaps prevent disasters — even as the city continues to repair damage wrought by the Dec. 22 flood. The City Council voted unanimously to sponsor a...
  • Military service inspires graduate

    Sitting at Starbucks and facing Main Beach, Kevin Staight couldn't be farther from the Middle East, a region he's called home off and on for the last eight years. On June 12, the 28-year-old Laguna native donned a cap and gown as the first graduate to...
  • From Canyon To Cove: Fellow survivor offers his support to others

    Laguna Beach accountant Jeffrey Ross was a fit 54 when a sudden pain in his abdomen caused him to pass out and sent him down a course of medical investigation that led to a diagnosis of pancreatic cancer, a 12-hour surgery, and a grim prognosis that he...
  • In The Arts

    Evans performs Wednesday at Hotel Laguna Yve Evans, a keyboardist and vocalist, will perform during Jazz Wednesday sponsored by Laguna Beach Live! from 6 to 8 p.m. Wednesday in the Hotel Laguna's rose garden. Evans performs jazz, blues and gospel. The...
  • Excitement mounts for festival

    Excitement mounts for festival
    Nancy Holly will walk onto the Festival of Arts grounds as an artist this weekend. It will be the first time the equine photographer has shown there. When asked if she was excited to be one of 140 artists juried into the show, she responded, "Oh my god....
  • Hospital acquires Domanskis property

    Mission Hospital outbid the state for a South Laguna property that city officials and environmental activists thought they were on the verge of acquiring for open space. Earlier this month, the City Council had approved the purchase of what is known as...
  • Our Laguna: Artists are the heart of festival season

    Our Laguna: Artists are the heart of festival season
    Dan Skaggs has been creating water sculptures for 20 years, most recently the one in front of the Laguna Beach County Water District that commemorates the service of the late Susan Trager. "The sculpture was a tribute to her personality and taste,"...
  • School Board Meeting Wrap-Up

    The following is from the Laguna Beach School District Board of Education meeting on June 28. * Board supports Supt. Smith Board President Theresa O'Hare said the board recently reviewed Supt. Sherine Smith during her first year in the position. Smith...