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April 3, 2009
Laguna Beach resident Whitney Pavlik placed 17th over the weekend at the Assn. of Volleyball Professionals Panama City Open, which started the AVP season. Pavlik and partner Stacy Rouwenhorst, seeded No. 15, fell in the first round of the winner?s bracket to No. 18 Saralyn Smith and Beth Van Fleet, 21-16, 21-15. There was no contender?s bracket, as the event was abbreviated due to bad weather. Pavlik, the 2008 AVP Rookie of the Year, earned $600. Last season on tour, Pavlik was top 10 in 10 of 15 tournaments entered, including a career-best fifth-place finish in Boulder, Colo.
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September 6, 2002
Barbara Diamond Ted Brunner wears two hats -- well, really two shirts -- at the Laguna Beach Police Department. Brunner, 68, and his wife, Lucy, are members of the volunteer Citizens on Patrol program. When he is out on the streets as a volunteer, he wears the light blue shirt of the Cop participants. But when he puts on the dark blue shirt of a reserve officer, it's a different ballgame. "As a COP volunteer, you do foot and car patrols, vacation home checks and traffic control," Brunner said.
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November 7, 2003
Mike Swanson Million-dollar renovations of Bluebird Park are underway, and some community members are trying to raise another $80,000 to re-erect the rocket ship that many consider the landmark of the park. Construction began in September on the larger portion of the park used by older children and Music in the Park in the summer. The upper part of the park, which has a tricycle track for tots, will remain open until the larger section is finished.
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By James Pribram | December 9, 2010
I hit the wall Tuesday, hard, after being on watch Monday morning from 6 a.m. to noon and again from 10 p.m. to 2 a.m. I awoke feeling groggy, tired and grumpy. The fast-paced drizzle, gray and cold skies didn't help matters much. It only feeds into this feeling of isolation. The bad weather has returned. If our sailboat were a pinball machine, we would have been on full tilt days ago. Right now, as I write, we are stuck on the port side (left) doing just more than 6 knots in 30 plus knots winds.
ENTERTAINMENT
By Candice Baker | March 12, 2007
Endangered Planet Gallery owner Charles Michael Murray's attempts to schedule a series of events to commemorate Earth Day and its 91-year-old founder, John McConnell, have brought a surfeit of additional honors and connections — from a city proclamation to an appointment by a United Nations representative. "The concept here is actually very big, and everything else falls under that," Murray said. "That's what John is all about. His concepts are global, connecting people, eliminating the boundaries that we've had."
ENTERTAINMENT
March 16, 2007
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April 3, 2009
Laguna Beach resident Whitney Pavlik placed 17th over the weekend at the Assn. of Volleyball Professionals Panama City Open, which started the AVP season. Pavlik and partner Stacy Rouwenhorst, seeded No. 15, fell in the first round of the winner?s bracket to No. 18 Saralyn Smith and Beth Van Fleet, 21-16, 21-15. There was no contender?s bracket, as the event was abbreviated due to bad weather. Pavlik, the 2008 AVP Rookie of the Year, earned $600. Last season on tour, Pavlik was top 10 in 10 of 15 tournaments entered, including a career-best fifth-place finish in Boulder, Colo.
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September 6, 2002
Barbara Diamond Ted Brunner wears two hats -- well, really two shirts -- at the Laguna Beach Police Department. Brunner, 68, and his wife, Lucy, are members of the volunteer Citizens on Patrol program. When he is out on the streets as a volunteer, he wears the light blue shirt of the Cop participants. But when he puts on the dark blue shirt of a reserve officer, it's a different ballgame. "As a COP volunteer, you do foot and car patrols, vacation home checks and traffic control," Brunner said.
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