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By Matt Szabo | September 17, 2009
The first high school football game of the season was dedicated to the man who had coached so many of those kids over the years. Norton Penney Sr. was there at Guyer Field that night, speaking to the Laguna Beach High football team before they took on Corona del Mar on Sept. 11. “Nort” had lost some weight, but he was there to cheer on his sophomore son Norty and the Breakers, who had their best showing in many years against the eventually too-powerful Sea Kings. “It was really neat,” Nort Penney said Thursday afternoon.
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By: | October 7, 2005
The Laguna Beach High cross-country athletic booster club will host a fundraising event on Oct. 16 at the Sandpiper Lounge. Laguna Beach is the defending Division IV State champion. The event will run from 4 to 8 p.m. at the lounge, located at 1183 S. Coast Highway. The Incredible Blues Offenders will be playing at the event, which includes food catered by La Sirena Grill. A live auction and raffle also are part of the night's festivities.
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By: | October 14, 2005
Laguna Junior Challenger tennis event Oct. 23 The Laguna Beach Laguna Beach Junior Challenger Series 2005 will be held Oct. 23 at Alta Laguna Park. The event, presented by All Court Tennis, features round-robin tournament play for junior players ages 10-and-under through 14-and-Under, novice to advanced. The cost is $25 per player and entry deadline is Wednesday. For more information, call Julie Heussenstamm of United States Professional Tennis Assn.
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By Cindy Frazier | August 28, 2008
The Laguna Beach Unified School District will have more students in September — instead of fewer as expected — officials said at Tuesday’s Board of Education meeting. “This district is growing, which defies logic,” Supt. Robert Fraisse told the board. “We would expect [enrollment] numbers to be less, but something unique is at play here. This district is on sound financial footing and that could have significant ramifications for the new year.
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By Mike Sciacca | June 6, 2013
During a nine-month stretch when Laguna Beach High athletics attained unparalleled success in different avenues of competition, Haley Putnam and Drake Martinez have been selected to carry the banner for the 2012-13 school year. Putnam was named the female recipient, and Martinez the male counterpart, of the school's Athlete of the Year honor. The two, both seniors who will graduate in two weeks, were honored, as well as several other Breakers, during the school's annual All Sports Booster Club banquet Tuesday at Tivoli Terrace in Laguna Beach.
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June 18, 2004
Barbara Diamond Despite the effects of the state's ongoing financial crisis, Laguna Beach officials were able to approve a budget Tuesday for the next fiscal year that cuts no public services or city personnel. The City Council voted 4 to 0, Councilwoman Toni Iseman was absent, to approve the $49-million budget with only minor tweaks to the recommendations by City Manager Ken Frank. "This is a year to pare costs rather than add programs," said Frank, who rarely admits publicly to an optimistic view of city revenue.
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By Matt Szabo | September 17, 2009
The first high school football game of the season was dedicated to the man who had coached so many of those kids over the years. Norton Penney Sr. was there at Guyer Field that night, speaking to the Laguna Beach High football team before they took on Corona del Mar on Sept. 11. “Nort” had lost some weight, but he was there to cheer on his sophomore son Norty and the Breakers, who had their best showing in many years against the eventually too-powerful Sea Kings. “It was really neat,” Nort Penney said Thursday afternoon.
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