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Surf dogs rule the waves at Huntington Beach contest

Dogs from all over the world hit the waves Saturday in Huntington Beach for the annual Surf City Surf Dog competition. The four-legged contenders, sporting life jackets, had 12 minutes each to showcase their best Kelly Slater impression at Huntington Dog Beach before being judged on confidence...

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Costa Mesa and Newport Beach

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LAX gets dismal passenger satisfaction ranking while John Wayne Airport wins high marks

Huntington Beach, Fountain Valley, Seal Beach

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Poseidon's environmental plan doesn't halt criticism of proposed desalination plant

Laguna Beach

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Laguna City Council will discuss trees and transportation on Tuesday
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Laguna City Council will discuss trees and transportation on Tuesday

The Laguna Beach City Council on Tuesday will consider whether to adopt additional rules regarding removal of privately-maintained trees. Councilman Robert Zur Schmiede requested the city return with options intended to prevent tree felling without letting the city know ahead of time, a city staff...

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Argentine painters explore nature in exhibit at Soka University
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Argentine painters explore nature in exhibit at Soka University

They dream of nature, human figures, landscapes and sunlight. Pablo Salvadó and Sebastián Chillemi are two Argentine painters whose works are on view through Jan. 7 at Founders Hall Art Gallery in Aliso Viejo’s Soka University. Their recent paintings and drawings focus on the natural world, particularly...

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  • The city says not to jump from Lido bridge, but I say look before you leap

    The city says not to jump from Lido bridge, but I say look before you leap

    Re: “Those who jump from Lido bridge either can’t read or are overcome with entitlement”: As one of those “so-called adults” who has successfully jumped off of the Lido Bridge without facing any of the horrible outcomes you describe, I have to say that I am indeed entitled. Having two eyes, a pair...

  • So nice to see CdM middle schoolers connect during lunchtime

    So nice to see CdM middle schoolers connect during lunchtime

    Re: “At Corona del Mar Middle School, kids can't use cellphones at lunch. The result? They talk”: Corona del Mar Middle School has embarked on something brand new, and it seems to be working. The new rule simply says: “No student cellphone use during lunch.” The interacting of face-to-face scenarios...

  • As churchgoers we urge Congress to protect, not deport, the Dreamers by passing the act in their name

    As churchgoers we urge Congress to protect, not deport, the Dreamers by passing the act in their name

    We write as people of faith who are either attendees at, or members of, Irvine United Congregational Church. Our progressive Christian faith prompts us to strenuously object to the decision by President Trump to end the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program. Terminating DACA means turning...

  • FAA decision to reroute flights infuriates residents

    FAA decision to reroute flights infuriates residents

    Re: “Huntington Beach residents say excessive airplane noise is hurting their quality of life,”: Concerned about possible noise impacts of the new Metroplex air traffic control project, we attended two public educational workshops offered by the Federal Aviation Administration early this year to...

  • Traffic still chaotic near site of 8-year-old's death

    After the accident that took the life of 8-year-old Brock McCann on his way home from school last year, many residents are encouraged with the installation of sidewalks along 15th Street in Newport Beach. However, what is curious to us is that the CR&R trash trucks are still operating during key...

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