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Turtle and tortoise club is a hub of information for pet owners and enthusiasts

They don’t tend to show overt affection, they don’t need to be fed every day in order to survive and some of them disappear for several months and aren’t seen again until spring. For all the myths to dispel and fun facts to learn about these reptiles, the Orange County Chapter of the California...

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  • Gamers catch the Pokémon fever during world championships event in Anaheim

    Gamers catch the Pokémon fever during world championships event in Anaheim

    They came. They saw. They caught them all. The 2017 Pokémon World Championships descended upon the Anaheim Convention Center from Aug.18 to 20. The three-day event attracted more than 1,000 players of the Pokémon Trading Card Game and video game. The players arrived from more than 30 different...

  • What $1 million buys right now in three O.C. neighborhoods

    What $1 million buys right now in three O.C. neighborhoods

    Historically, Orange County has the highest median sales price for single-family homes among the five counties of the Southland. Here’s a look at what $1 million buys in three of its neighborhoods. ANAHEIM HILLS: Three fireplaces keeps things cozy inside this four-bedroom home, which sits on a...

  • Fountain Valley’s fountain might flow again, but how much?

    Fountain Valley’s fountain might flow again, but how much?

    The large, long-dry fountain outside Fountain Valley City Hall may bubble and babble again soon, though it probably won’t be as full as it was in its pre-drought days. Landscape architects helping the city brainstorm a future for the fountain — a 17,000-gallon, three-part centerpiece of the city...

  • Sheriff and fire officials spar over emergency helicopter rescues

    Sheriff and fire officials spar over emergency helicopter rescues

    An ongoing dispute between the county Sheriff’s Department and Fire Authority over helicopter rescues is escalating after an agreement between both sides fell apart and county supervisors sided with the Sheriff’s Department, giving it joint responsibility with the Fire Authority for rescuing people...

  • This college-prep STEM program has a 100% high school graduation success rate

    This college-prep STEM program has a 100% high school graduation success rate

    Over 20 years ago when Paul Riordan was teaching U.S. history at Santa Ana High School, he had a bright student who suddenly stopped showing up to class. “He was always two chapters ahead of me,” Riordan said of teaching the student. “Then he was gone for a couple of weeks and that bothered me.”...

  • Ray Choi, autoharp champion, is living his dream

    Ray Choi, autoharp champion, is living his dream

    Everyone has dreams but not everyone achieves them. Ray Choi has. Choi is one of the world’s top autoharp players, and he demonstrated it at the 2017 Mountain Laurel Autoharp Championship, according to his peers. He has spent the past 30 years developing his expertise for the autoharp — a musical...

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