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June 11, 2012
Long time Laguna Beach and Aliso Viejo resident, Richard (Dick) Lovejoy Narver, passed away peacefully on May 27, 2012.  Born in Los Angeles on May 14, 1923 to Alice Vida and David Lee Narver and grew up in Beverly Hills.  After serving in the Navy during WWII, Dick completed his studies in 1945 at Stanford University where he was a water polo star and a Beta Theta Pi member. He met and married his beloved wife, Grace Powell Narver while working as an insurance salesman in Portland, Oregon.  In 1952, they moved to Southern California with their infant daughter, Lindy.   While living in San Gabriel, their second daughter, Ellen, was born.  Over the years, they resided in San Gabriel, Altadena, Pasadena, and Three Arch Bay, before finally joining The Covington community in Aliso Viejo.  His wife Grace and brother David (Lee)
SPORTS
May 15, 2009
The Laguna Beach High boys? tennis team opened the CIF Southern Section Division IV playoffs Thursday with a home match against Mayfair. With a win, the Breakers are scheduled to play a second-round match against either San Gabriel or Buckley at 3 p.m. Saturday. However, that match may actually take place today. Tennis coaches have been scrambling to avoid conflicts, as there are several United States Tennis Assn. Nationals tournaments set for Saturday. Laguna Beach Coach Aaron Talarico said Breakers standout singles player Jake Michaels is scheduled to play in a tournament in Texas this weekend.
ENTERTAINMENT
By Michael Miller | November 1, 2012
Ferdinand Deppe's painting of the San Gabriel Mission underwent a long journey before landing in the Laguna Art Museum's permanent collection. But it didn't always travel first-class. In fact, when collector Nancy Moure first encountered the painting two decades ago at a gallery in Pasadena, the dealer told her that the painting had recently been found in a drawer. And not to protect it from sunlight or dust - the painting was serving as the liner of the drawer. Moure, though, saw a unique value in the piece and gladly shelled out for it. Thanks to her efforts, Deppe's landscape, which curator Janet Blake believes to be the oldest oil painting completed in California, has a home in the vault at 307 Cliff Drive.
BUSINESS
June 9, 2006
Milano's to help raise funds Milano's Cucina Italiana is helping to raise money for the San Gabriel Valley Habitat for Humanity during a fundraising lunch and dinner on Thursday. Milano's will donate a portion of its profits to the charity, which is building 11 homes on Kenwood Street in Glendale. Diners who mention the "Women's Build-Kenwood Project" will receive a surprise gift when they arrive to eat. The restaurant is at 525 N. Brand Blvd., Glendale. To make a reservation, phone (818)
FEATURES
June 9, 2006
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NEWS
By Cindy Frazier | March 12, 2009
A burglary suspect led Laguna Beach Police on a high-speed 60-mile chase to San Diego County Tuesday night, Sgt. Bob Rahaeuser said. The suspect, Nioel Banuelos, 41, of San Gabriel, was apparently smoking methamphetamine during the chase. A resident on Driftwood Drive called police at 7:36 a.m. to report a burglar in the home, then told police the suspect had gotten into a vehicle and was driving away. When police arrived, the suspect sped off, then stopped briefly while police exited their vehicle, and then allegedly sped away southbound on South Coast Highway toward Dana Point, Rahaeuser said.
SPORTS
By Mike Sciacca | February 23, 2007
Laguna Beach High's run in the CIF Southern Section Division III playoffs came to an end Wednesday when visiting Century scored a 3-0 second-round victory at Guyer Field. The loss snapped a five-game unbeaten streak for the Breakers. The goals were the first allowed by Laguna in four matches and the most in a game since four to Estancia in a 4-1 loss on Jan. 17. Century, champion of the Orange League, moves on to San Gabriel Valley League-champ Paramount in the quarterfinals today.
NEWS
April 2, 2004
Laguna Beach High School has hired Jimmy Nolan as its new head football coach, the school's Athletic Director Ron Schwartz said Thursday. Nolan replaces Dave Holland, who retired at the end of the 2003 season. Nolan is a 1992 graduate of Mater Dei, where he was a member of the National Honor Society and Associated Student Body vice president for two years. He received a scholarship to play football at the University of Utah and graduated from the university with a bachelor's degree in sociology.
NEWS
By Chris Wiebe | June 9, 2006
UNIVERSAL CITY ? More than 500 people packed the Grand Ballroom at the Sheraton Universal on Saturday to pay tribute to Glendale Community College president and superintendent John Davitt, who is retiring from his post at the end of the month after 21 years. "John has left behind not only touching the lives of generations of students ? but he left a tangible mark on the campus of Glendale Community College," Rep. Adam Schiff said. The retirement dinner included speeches from Schiff, Assemblyman Dario Frommer, Glendale Mayor David Weaver, Burbank Mayor Todd Campbell and others.
NEWS
May 25, 2007
Arthur Josiah Casebeer, Jr., former Laguna Beach Planning Commissioner and Design Review Board member, died May 20 in his Laguna Beach home. He was 97. Casebeer was born to Arthur J. and Florence Churchill Casebeer in Pasadena on October 16, 1909. Raised in Pasadena and San Diego, he attended UCLA and Caltech. Working in engineering and manufacturing, Casebeer was employed by Vultee Aircraft, Roehm, Cannon Electric and C-F before joining Lockheed Aircraft in Burbank, where he helped create the L1011.
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By Michael Miller | November 1, 2012
Ferdinand Deppe's painting of the San Gabriel Mission underwent a long journey before landing in the Laguna Art Museum's permanent collection. But it didn't always travel first-class. In fact, when collector Nancy Moure first encountered the painting two decades ago at a gallery in Pasadena, the dealer told her that the painting had recently been found in a drawer. And not to protect it from sunlight or dust - the painting was serving as the liner of the drawer. Moure, though, saw a unique value in the piece and gladly shelled out for it. Thanks to her efforts, Deppe's landscape, which curator Janet Blake believes to be the oldest oil painting completed in California, has a home in the vault at 307 Cliff Drive.
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NEWS
June 11, 2012
Long time Laguna Beach and Aliso Viejo resident, Richard (Dick) Lovejoy Narver, passed away peacefully on May 27, 2012.  Born in Los Angeles on May 14, 1923 to Alice Vida and David Lee Narver and grew up in Beverly Hills.  After serving in the Navy during WWII, Dick completed his studies in 1945 at Stanford University where he was a water polo star and a Beta Theta Pi member. He met and married his beloved wife, Grace Powell Narver while working as an insurance salesman in Portland, Oregon.  In 1952, they moved to Southern California with their infant daughter, Lindy.   While living in San Gabriel, their second daughter, Ellen, was born.  Over the years, they resided in San Gabriel, Altadena, Pasadena, and Three Arch Bay, before finally joining The Covington community in Aliso Viejo.  His wife Grace and brother David (Lee)
SPORTS
May 15, 2009
The Laguna Beach High boys? tennis team opened the CIF Southern Section Division IV playoffs Thursday with a home match against Mayfair. With a win, the Breakers are scheduled to play a second-round match against either San Gabriel or Buckley at 3 p.m. Saturday. However, that match may actually take place today. Tennis coaches have been scrambling to avoid conflicts, as there are several United States Tennis Assn. Nationals tournaments set for Saturday. Laguna Beach Coach Aaron Talarico said Breakers standout singles player Jake Michaels is scheduled to play in a tournament in Texas this weekend.
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