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By: | August 23, 2005
Snap more photos at city's traffic lights Yes, I think Costa Mesa should install more cameras to snap pictures of drivers running red lights. Too many people are driving extremely fast, with reckless lane-changing and tailgating. Give them tickets, fine them and take away the licenses of repeat offenders. HALINA GROOTHUIS Balboa Island Fix Newport-Mesa schools properly Clearly Measure A was not enough. All anyone has to do is take a quick drive around Newport-Mesa and look at the schools.
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By: | August 20, 2005
The National Weather Service issued an advisory Friday on the possibility of minor tidal overflows along the coast. Newport officials were not alarmed by the notice. National Weather Service forecaster Robert Balfour said overflows were possible through today. He said high surf generated by a south swell could combine with an expected high tide to allow ocean water to rise above seawalls. Thursday night, the tide around Newport rose to 7 feet, 5 inches, said Rick Greaney of the Newport Beach general services department.
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By: ROGER CARLSON | August 9, 2005
There really is no other way to describe the era of 1982-85 Newport Harbor High football under the hands of one of the most dynamic coaches to ever walk the sidelines in the CIF Southern Section. It was "The Giddings Era," as Davidson Field rocked under the hand of Coach Mike Giddings. Noisy, skilled, controversial, successful and explosive. Take your pick, he was all of those and more. Giddings, in Newport Beach recently while checking out possibilities of a return to Balboa Island, describes it this way: "Hey, they loved me or hated me, but that's me."
NEWS
August 24, 2001
Cindy Trane Christeson "We are all strings in the concert of His joy." -- Jacob Boehme "I'm so happy to know that not all Americans are gangsters," my friend Tertia said to me with a smile. We both laughed. Tertia and I were walking along the beach and talking about her impressions of America and Americans. Tertia, originally from South Africa, lives with her husband, Hani, and their four children in Cairo, Egypt. Hani has been here before, and knew his wife would love exploring our country.
NEWS
May 17, 2001
In the ninth grade, I made the decision to get a special permit to attend Glendale High School,rather than Hoover High. It's a decision I have never regretted. I had many happy times, and continue to have many happy memories of my years at Glendale High. I remember how exciting it was to finally be in high school, and meet so many new people that would become dear friends. Some of those friends are still close after almost 50 years! Growing up in the '40s and '50s was great!
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