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History Comes Alive for Students, Veterans

The events of Dec. 7, 1941, are still fresh in Anthony Iantorno’s mind. He was stationed in Pearl Harbor with the U.S. Army when the attack from Japan launched the U.S. into the war. There had been a false alarm the week before and everybody was on edge, he said. “(Soldiers were) firing at...
Posted On 23 Mar 2011

Orange County Christian Outreach Week

Today is the first day of the 47th annual Orange County Christian Outreach Week. Though the name has changed over the years, the purpose remains the same.  It is: “Reaching out together in love and unity to our friends, family, neighbors and co-workers with the Good News that Jesus Christ...

School Notes

MARCH 18 Appreciating Diversity Day at Corona del Mar High School, all day. Day consists of various informational workshops hosted by tolerance-promoting organizations and community leaders. Contact Kathy Hath at 949-515-6000 x6057 for more information. MARCH 22 Incoming 7th Graders Parent...

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Surreptitious Delicious

  Let’s face it, negotiating a business cocktail party can be strategically challenging, on many levels, and I’m not talking shop. How do you balance a cocktail plate full of appetizers, a beverage and cocktail napkin, reach for passed hors d’oeuvers, and eat gracefully, all...

Newport Officer in Iraq Trains for Half-Marathon

  Story and Photo By 1st Lt. Nathan Lavy   Soldiers with Headquarters and Headquarters Company, 224th Sustainment Brigade, 103rd Sustainment Command (Expeditionary), out of Long Beach, began training in September for the Long Beach Half Marathon that is slated for Oct....

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