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December 3, 2004
Ketta Brown The season has certainly shown itself here at Laguna Beach High School. We are having our annual Holiday Boutique from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday in the Quad at the High School. Vendors from throughout the area will be there displaying crafts and wares. The Honors Chorus from Top of the World and El Morro will be there to perform holiday songs in a thinly veiled attempt to lure their parents onto campus to spend freely. These same parents should remember that their singers will be here sooner than they expect and will benefit from the enhanced technology that this event will provide.
NEWS
July 1, 2005
Ian Nissan A memorial service is planned at noon Saturday at Calvary Evangelical Free Church, 468 Legion St., for Ian Nissan, who died June 25 at his home in Laguna Hills. Mr. Nissan grew up in Laguna Beach, graduating from Laguna Beach High School in 1999, and was engaged to be married. He is survived by his mother, Christine Chesley; father Brian Nissan; sister Monica Nissan; stepfather Robert Chesley; and his stepsister, Kelly Chesley. He is also survived by his fiance, Katie Hanour.
LOCAL
By Catharine Cooper | August 7, 2009
Summertime…. And while the living might not be easy for all the business owners in town, our visitors seem to be soaking up the best of times. The beaches have been packed, the water temperatures have warmed, and after last week’s huge south swell, we’ve settled back into more tourist-friendly surf. I’m sure the lifeguards are happy for a breather. My son, Cooper, was in town for his 33rd birthday this week (OMG, how did I end up with a child who is 33 years old?
NEWS
September 19, 2003
Mike Sciacca Dain Blanton and his partner on the sand, Jeff Nygaard, earned the title of "Kings of the Beach" by winning three tournament titles during the recently concluded Assn. of Professional Volleyball 2003 Bud Light series. Now Blanton, of Laguna Beach, and Nygaard, of Los Angeles, have turned their sights on another prize: qualifying for the 2004 Olympic Games in Athens, Greece. An Olympic qualifying beach volleyball tournament began Thursday at the Home Depot Center in Carson and continues today through Sunday.
NEWS
June 20, 2003
Barricade keeps police busy for nearly two hours Laguna Beach police arrested a Buena Park man and a Dana Point woman after the pair had reportedly barricaded themselves inside an apartment with two children and two other adults in Club Laguna Tuesday, near the Aliso Viejo border. Police responded to a domestic violence call made by a neighbor at 11:07 p.m. Monday and arrested 44-year-old Joseph Ausilio on suspicion of violating a restraining order and 28-year-old Erin Modoff on suspicion of delaying an officer.
NEWS
September 12, 2003
Laguna Beach's Dain Blanton teamed with Jeff Nygaard of Los Angeles last weekend to win the men's title at the Assn. of Volleyball Professionals Aquafina Shootout presented by Bud Light in Las Vegas. Blanton and Nygaard, seeded seventh, defeated No. 5 seed Scott Ayakatubby and Brian Lewis, 21-13, 21-19 in Saturday's final, which was the final men's match of the 2003 AVP Nissan Series. Blanton finished the men's championship match final with nine kills, seven digs and four aces.
NEWS
By Cindy Frazier, cindy.frazier@latimes.com | December 21, 2010
The city of Laguna Beach has issued a flood warning for downtown and city officials are advising the community to take precautions to protect their property. "Minor flooding has been reported at a few locations," Public Works Director Steve May said Tuesday. "Overall, we have been doing very well so far. Monday evening at 9:30 p.m. a storm drain collapsed under the edge of Wendt Terrace around the 800 block. There was no significant damage and crews are making temporary repairs.
SPORTS
June 30, 2006
Lyndsay Kinstler of Laguna Beach, and teammate Alison Ramos of Carson, lived up to their top billing Sunday at the 104th annual Southern California Junior Tennis Sectionals at Los Caballeros Racquet and Sports Club in Fountain Valley. Kinstler, who will be a senior this fall at Laguna Beach High and Ramos, who helped lead Troy to a CIF-Southern Section Division II title last November, were the No. 1 seed in the girls' 18 doubles tournament. They won the event by sweeping the unseeded team of Jill Damion (Corona del Mar High)
NEWS
By Steve Kawaratani | September 21, 2007
?Day of spacious dreams! I sailed for America Overblown with hope.? ? Ichiyo ?From my lawn mower I can make child and grandchild grow into doctors.?? Mochizuki Goro ? ?All aboard,? exclaimed the conductor. Catharine, Sandy, Harry and I stepped with anticipation onto the northbound AMTRAK, a comfortable beginning for a visit to Little Tokyo in Los Angeles. This enclave of Americans of Japanese ancestry is within the confines of America, but outside her cultural borders.
NEWS
January 2, 2004
Mike Swanson The rains came in full force to Laguna Beach and the rest of Southern California on Christmas, and with more storms predicted in the coming weeks, Laguna officials are offering pointers to protect homes and the ocean. Water quality is always a major issue in Laguna, and the oceans are most at risk after a storm, said Rick Wilson, chairman of the Laguna Beach chapter of the Surfrider Foundation. "The city's mantra is, 'Nothing but rain in the storm drain,'" Wilson said.
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LOCAL
By Catharine Cooper | August 7, 2009
Summertime…. And while the living might not be easy for all the business owners in town, our visitors seem to be soaking up the best of times. The beaches have been packed, the water temperatures have warmed, and after last week’s huge south swell, we’ve settled back into more tourist-friendly surf. I’m sure the lifeguards are happy for a breather. My son, Cooper, was in town for his 33rd birthday this week (OMG, how did I end up with a child who is 33 years old?
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NEWS
July 1, 2005
Ian Nissan A memorial service is planned at noon Saturday at Calvary Evangelical Free Church, 468 Legion St., for Ian Nissan, who died June 25 at his home in Laguna Hills. Mr. Nissan grew up in Laguna Beach, graduating from Laguna Beach High School in 1999, and was engaged to be married. He is survived by his mother, Christine Chesley; father Brian Nissan; sister Monica Nissan; stepfather Robert Chesley; and his stepsister, Kelly Chesley. He is also survived by his fiance, Katie Hanour.
NEWS
December 3, 2004
Ketta Brown The season has certainly shown itself here at Laguna Beach High School. We are having our annual Holiday Boutique from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday in the Quad at the High School. Vendors from throughout the area will be there displaying crafts and wares. The Honors Chorus from Top of the World and El Morro will be there to perform holiday songs in a thinly veiled attempt to lure their parents onto campus to spend freely. These same parents should remember that their singers will be here sooner than they expect and will benefit from the enhanced technology that this event will provide.
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