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By: | August 15, 2005
The Daily Pilot is looking for students to participate in a back-to-school feature in which 10 Newport-Mesa kids -- two from each of the four public high schools and two from Sage Hill -- will get free SAT training. To take part in the feature, e-mail us an essay about yourself and your academic achievements to o7dailypilot@latimes.comf7. The deadline is Friday. Students chosen for the feature will be asked to agree to be interviewed for a front-page story and to write weekly essays about their experiences.
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By: | October 4, 2005
o7The Daily Pilot visited Harbor View Elementary's after-school club and asked: "What's the key to winning at chess?" f7 "To keep your king away from all the moves where somebody can capture you." CASSIDY GEORGE, 9 Newport Beach "You never take your king off the board." JAKE HUGGINS, 9 Newport Beach "To think, and not to move into the wrong spaces." PAUL VREBALOVICH, 6 Newport Beach "Be able to control the center."
NEWS
By: | September 17, 2005
Kenny Rakestraw Born: May 24, 1988 Hometown: Newport Beach Height: 6-foot-4 Weight: 160 pounds Sport: Cross country Position: No. 1 runner Coach: Nowell Kay Favorite food: Burritos Favorite movie: "40-year-old Virgin" Favorite athletic moment: "Winning my race last Saturday at the Laguna Hills invitational. I've never won a race before." Week in review: Rakestraw had the day's fastest time (15:40) in winning the Laguna Hills invitational's senior Division II race.
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By: | October 11, 2005
o7The Daily Pilot asked students in Woodland Elementary's sign-language class: "What sign would you use to represent yourself?" f7"A B on your heart, just because I like to care for people and animals." Brittany Lambert, 11, Costa Mesa "Make an R around your little finger for gymnastics, because I've been taking it a long time." Roxy Wills, 10, Costa Mesa "Writing with an R, because I like to write stories." Rosalie Deliz, 9, Costa Mesa "An E by my cheek, because I do really big smiles."
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NEWS
By: | October 11, 2005
KARA DEMILLE Born: April 16, 1986 Height: 5-foot-4 Year: Sophomore Major: Psychology High school: Newport Harbor Sport: Women's soccer Position: Goalkeeper Coach: Matt Tutton Favorite food: Chinese Favorite movie: "Dumb and Dumber" Favorite athletic moment: "My first game at Orange Coast College last season. Week in review: She posted back-to-back shutouts to help the Pirates defeat Fullerton, 2-0, on Oct. 4, then top district rival Golden West, 4-0, Friday.
NEWS
By: | October 6, 2005
Thanks to the Daily Pilot, I have learned some amazing things about sea lions. Sea lions can read, and like other social mammals, they are subject to political pressure. Several months ago when the Pilot printed an article in which people demanded that the barge be moved, the next day, I noticed as I kayaked by, that all the sea lions had disappeared, not only from the barge but from the back of other boats. They stayed out of the bay for several weeks, but as the publicity died down they returned in mass, though not on the barge which had been closed.
NEWS
By: | October 5, 2005
DIANA Diana was a featured "Pet of the Week" in the Daily Pilot in July. No one has opened their heart to take her into their home since she was diagnosed with a hole in her heart. Her condition causes her no pain and doesn't restrict her activity level. There is no reason Diana cannot go to a loving home and live a quality, albeit shorter, life. Diana is a beautiful sable color and she is now six months old. She needs daily medicine that would be paid for by the organization and she likes other animals.
NEWS
By: | October 4, 2005
o7The Daily Pilot visited Harbor View Elementary's after-school club and asked: "What's the key to winning at chess?" f7 "To keep your king away from all the moves where somebody can capture you." CASSIDY GEORGE, 9 Newport Beach "You never take your king off the board." JAKE HUGGINS, 9 Newport Beach "To think, and not to move into the wrong spaces." PAUL VREBALOVICH, 6 Newport Beach "Be able to control the center."
NEWS
By: Michael Miller | October 4, 2005
Every Wednesday at Harbor View Elementary, the members of the after-school chess club learn the ins and outs of one of the world's greatest strategic games. But they also learn an important rule: Chess is a gentleman's sport. Last week, the club's instructors -- director Al Massip and assistant Brett Strunk from the Chess Center in Costa Mesa -- led a seminar on how to move and capture pieces. They prefaced it, though, with a talk on board etiquette, beginning with a simple rule.
NEWS
By: | October 3, 2005
Don't just get fat, get Super Fat JACKshrimp restaurant has scheduled a "Super Fat Tuesday Benefit Buffet" on -- need we say? -- Tuesday to raise money for hurricane victims through the American Red Cross. Option One Mortgage of Irvine has agreed to provide up to $5,000 in matching funds. The cost for the buffet will be $45. JACKshrimp is at 2400 West Coast Highway, Newport Beach. For more information, call (949) 252-1023. Eat, drink, be merry The Food, Wine and Micro-Brew Fest at South Coast Plaza is set to benefit Second Harvest Food Bank of Orange County and KTLA charities.
NEWS
By: John L. Blom | October 1, 2005
I have decided to make a few comments after reading Mayor John Heffernan's article in the Sept. 22 Daily Pilot. I think that one of the biggest problems with the proposed civic center project is that the call for public input was made only after the decision of using the current site was made. I think the residents feel that this issue was rammed down their throats. And to distract from that issue, the council asked for input only on what scale the rebuilding should be done.
NEWS
By: | September 28, 2005
GETTING INVOLVED runs periodically in the Daily Pilot on a rotating basis. For information about adding your organization to this list, call (714) 966-4600. NEIGHBORS FOR NEIGHBORS The 25th bi-annual community clean-up event hosted by the City of Costa Mesa will focus on low-income, senior-owned, mobile homes. The program was created by the city to help low-income residents with the beautification of their homes and to assist in local community clean-up, as well as foster the volunteer spirit throughout the community.
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