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September 18, 2012
District hires facilities director Ted Doughty Jr. was named director of facilities, grounds and construction at Laguna Beach Unified School District. His background is in general construction, school maintenance, operations and facilities, according to news release. "Ted brings a wealth of experience and knowledge to Laguna Beach Unified School District and will support our schools in outstanding fashion," Supt. Sherine Smith said in a statement. "We are truly fortunate to have recruited him away from San Diego Unified School District.
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By Gene Felder | July 30, 2009
The Laguna Beach Historical Society has a new web site to view historic photographs at http://laguna-historical-society.smugmug.com.  As people loan the Society historic photographs, they will scan in and post on www.laguna-historical-society.smugmug.com for people all around the world to view and enjoy.  The Society has more photographs to add to the site, but currently have uploaded 363 photos.  Viewers are invited to leave comments to help the Society better identify or date the photographs.
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December 5, 2003
Mike Swanson Now-former Mayor Toni Iseman fought off tears as she read a list of words that defined her one-year term, and new Mayor Cheryl Kinsman accepted congratulatory bouquets of flowers from her two sons minutes later. Iseman and Kinsman have butted heads on several city issues in the past year, from campaign contributions to moving the corporate yard, but there were no fighting words during Tuesday's changing of the guard. Councilwoman Elizabeth Pearson, unanimously appointed the new mayor pro-tem by the council, has also had her share of disagreements with Iseman, but thanked her for serving an effective term as mayor.
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By Jennifer Lane, Special to the Coastline Pilot | January 31, 2014
Three wooden cars raced down a 30-foot track at blinding speeds, blending into a blur of color, surrounded by the excited cheers of the Laguna Beach Cub Scouts. They raced, again and again, car after car, cheering the names of winners. The Pinewood Derby, which drew about 70 spectators to the Laguna Presbyterian Church on Tuesday night, has been held annually since 1953 and involves all levels of the Cub Scouts, from the littlest Tigers to the tallest Webelos. "The derby is a great opportunity for the kids to create, learn, spend quality time with their parents who help them, and enjoy recognition for their efforts," Cub Master John Hovanesian said.
NEWS
May 21, 2013
The Laguna Beach Festival of Arts Foundation awarded Laguna Beach High School five grants for visual and performing arts education programs, according to a news release. Laguna Beach High School's art program received a $15,000 grant; its band boosters received $5,000; the dance department $2,500; performing arts program $5,000; and performing arts boosters $2,500. The grants are key to the high school's programs. "Visual and Performing Arts are essential in the development of a well-rounded student," Principal Joanne Culverhouse said in a statement.
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September 18, 2012
District hires facilities director Ted Doughty Jr. was named director of facilities, grounds and construction at Laguna Beach Unified School District. His background is in general construction, school maintenance, operations and facilities, according to news release. "Ted brings a wealth of experience and knowledge to Laguna Beach Unified School District and will support our schools in outstanding fashion," Supt. Sherine Smith said in a statement. "We are truly fortunate to have recruited him away from San Diego Unified School District.
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By Gene Felder | July 30, 2009
The Laguna Beach Historical Society has a new web site to view historic photographs at http://laguna-historical-society.smugmug.com.  As people loan the Society historic photographs, they will scan in and post on www.laguna-historical-society.smugmug.com for people all around the world to view and enjoy.  The Society has more photographs to add to the site, but currently have uploaded 363 photos.  Viewers are invited to leave comments to help the Society better identify or date the photographs.
NEWS
December 5, 2003
Mike Swanson Now-former Mayor Toni Iseman fought off tears as she read a list of words that defined her one-year term, and new Mayor Cheryl Kinsman accepted congratulatory bouquets of flowers from her two sons minutes later. Iseman and Kinsman have butted heads on several city issues in the past year, from campaign contributions to moving the corporate yard, but there were no fighting words during Tuesday's changing of the guard. Councilwoman Elizabeth Pearson, unanimously appointed the new mayor pro-tem by the council, has also had her share of disagreements with Iseman, but thanked her for serving an effective term as mayor.
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