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By Charles Rich, charles.rich@latimes.com | September 11, 2010
GLENDALE — After his Glendale Community College football team opened its season with a 41-20 home defeat against Pasadena City College, Vaqueros third-year football Coach John Rome realizes it might take some time for the team to find itself and play together. "We are young, especially on offense," said Rome, whose squad will get a shot at redemption when it meets visiting Golden West College in a nonconference contest at 6 p.m. today at Sartoris Field. "Nine of our 11 starters on offense didn't play at the college level last year.
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By: | September 29, 2005
Brian Conley of Golden West College received the M. Dale Ensign Trustee Pacific Regional Award from the Assn. of Community College Trustees. Conley, who has been a faculty member at Golden West College since 1975, was recognized for his dedication and service to his profession. Don and Marilyn MacAllister of Huntington Beach celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary on Sept. 25. They have been active community members for more than 38 years.
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March 30, 2002
Staff BASEBALL St. Francis 9, Mark Keppel 6: The Golden Knights improved to 5-5 with Thursday's nonleague victory on the road. Danny Caldwell pitched three innings in relief, allowing just one hit and striking out four to earn the win. Caldwell replaced starter Clay Young, who struck out six in his four innings of work. Matt McColgan led the way offensively, driving in two runs and going three for three. Ricky Valenzuela was two for two with three runs batted in and Matt Hirsh was two for four with two runs and an RBI. COLLEGE SOFTBALL GCC 11. L.A. Valley 4: The Vaqueros improved to 20-8, 9-5 in rWestern State Conference with Thursday's conference win on the road.
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By: TOM TITUS | September 1, 2005
Classic theater, often gleaned from the library's great books section, has been a staple of the Golden West College curriculum, and that tradition will continue this fall. The stage versions of such novels as "Pride and Prejudice," "The Grapes of Wrath" and "Les Liaisons Dangereuses" all have made their way to Golden West's Mainstage Theater, along with such equally renowned plays as "Hamlet," "Oedipus Rex" and "The Crucible." Now Golden West is about to bring another classic novel to the stage, one that certainly is a local premiere even though its origin dates back a few centuries.
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By: | September 15, 2005
A remodeled Target shopping center in Huntington Beach is causing some concern among neighbors. Earlier this year, Target demolished its old store at the corner of Brookhurst Street and Adams Avenue in order to build a modern shopping center. Neighbors are concerned Target's proposed delivery hours could be disruptive, especially on weekends. Planning Commissioner Bob Dingwall plans to bring the issue before the commission at a Sept. 27 meeting. At issue is whether Target should be allowed to receive deliveries from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. on Saturdays and be barred from deliveries on Sundays.
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By: | September 22, 2005
A tropical thunderstorm battered but didn't bruise Huntington Beach Monday night and Tuesday. Officials said the city did well during the first rainstorm in months. "We fared our first storm nicely and didn't really have any problems," said Howard Johnson, city utilities director. Scattered power outages across Surf City and a few broken tree limbs were the extent of the damage caused by the storm, which officials with the National Weather Service said dropped about a half-inch of rain on Huntington Beach.
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By Charles Rich | September 27, 2008
GLENDALE — Three games into the season, the Glendale Community College football team couldn’t find itself in a better position — feeling comfortable in a familiar setting. Having a two-game winning streak doesn’t hurt the Vaqueros’ cause, either, having posted a lopsided win against East Los Angeles College before recording a stellar defensive effort to topple Riverside City College. Glendale college (2-1) will begin a three-game homestand at 7 p.m. today when it meets Orange Coast Community College (3-0)
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By Edgar Melik-Stepanyan, Special to the News-Press | September 13, 2010
NORTHEAST GLENDALE — It was improved from the previous week's meltdown, but as its head coach said, it still wasn't "good enough. " The Glendale Community College football team made strides on offense and defense in Saturday's nonconference home game against Golden West College. But the Vaqueros still made too many mistakes on offense, had too many lapses on defense and couldn't make crucial plays in a 39-22 loss, their second straight to start the season. "Because we're young, everybody [got]
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By: | October 6, 2005
DATEBOOK Send DATEBOOK items to the Huntington Beach Independent, 1375 Sunflower Ave., Costa Mesa, CA 92626; fax to (714) 965-7174; call (714) 965-7176 or e-mail o7hbindependent@latimes.comf7. Submissions must be received two weeks before publication. TODAY Women's Group Cooking or Scrapbooking. Women interested in learning new cooking skills are invited to meet in the kitchen for classes. All women interested in learning new ways to scrapbook, or simply enjoy the company of others while you work on your projects are invited to join this club monthly in the Garden Room.
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By: Dave Brooks | August 25, 2005
"Sir, do we get our own buckets for tomorrow, or are we going to have to share them with the other cadets?" Evan Beresford asked. Shooting over an unsympathetic look, Westminster Police Lt. Chris Taylor decided to ignore the inquiry instead of offering a response. "See, they're already getting nervous," he later said. Even after five months of training at the Golden West College Criminal Justice Center, no one gets a break on the "Grinder," the concrete courtyard anchoring the academy where cadets meet, do push-ups and take orders from just about everyone.
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By Edgar Melik-Stepanyan, Special to the News-Press | September 13, 2010
NORTHEAST GLENDALE — It was improved from the previous week's meltdown, but as its head coach said, it still wasn't "good enough. " The Glendale Community College football team made strides on offense and defense in Saturday's nonconference home game against Golden West College. But the Vaqueros still made too many mistakes on offense, had too many lapses on defense and couldn't make crucial plays in a 39-22 loss, their second straight to start the season. "Because we're young, everybody [got]
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By Charles Rich, charles.rich@latimes.com | September 11, 2010
GLENDALE — After his Glendale Community College football team opened its season with a 41-20 home defeat against Pasadena City College, Vaqueros third-year football Coach John Rome realizes it might take some time for the team to find itself and play together. "We are young, especially on offense," said Rome, whose squad will get a shot at redemption when it meets visiting Golden West College in a nonconference contest at 6 p.m. today at Sartoris Field. "Nine of our 11 starters on offense didn't play at the college level last year.
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By Charles Rich | September 27, 2008
GLENDALE — Three games into the season, the Glendale Community College football team couldn’t find itself in a better position — feeling comfortable in a familiar setting. Having a two-game winning streak doesn’t hurt the Vaqueros’ cause, either, having posted a lopsided win against East Los Angeles College before recording a stellar defensive effort to topple Riverside City College. Glendale college (2-1) will begin a three-game homestand at 7 p.m. today when it meets Orange Coast Community College (3-0)
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By: | October 6, 2005
DATEBOOK Send DATEBOOK items to the Huntington Beach Independent, 1375 Sunflower Ave., Costa Mesa, CA 92626; fax to (714) 965-7174; call (714) 965-7176 or e-mail o7hbindependent@latimes.comf7. Submissions must be received two weeks before publication. TODAY Women's Group Cooking or Scrapbooking. Women interested in learning new cooking skills are invited to meet in the kitchen for classes. All women interested in learning new ways to scrapbook, or simply enjoy the company of others while you work on your projects are invited to join this club monthly in the Garden Room.
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By: | September 29, 2005
Brian Conley of Golden West College received the M. Dale Ensign Trustee Pacific Regional Award from the Assn. of Community College Trustees. Conley, who has been a faculty member at Golden West College since 1975, was recognized for his dedication and service to his profession. Don and Marilyn MacAllister of Huntington Beach celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary on Sept. 25. They have been active community members for more than 38 years.
NEWS
By: | September 22, 2005
A tropical thunderstorm battered but didn't bruise Huntington Beach Monday night and Tuesday. Officials said the city did well during the first rainstorm in months. "We fared our first storm nicely and didn't really have any problems," said Howard Johnson, city utilities director. Scattered power outages across Surf City and a few broken tree limbs were the extent of the damage caused by the storm, which officials with the National Weather Service said dropped about a half-inch of rain on Huntington Beach.
NEWS
By: | September 15, 2005
A remodeled Target shopping center in Huntington Beach is causing some concern among neighbors. Earlier this year, Target demolished its old store at the corner of Brookhurst Street and Adams Avenue in order to build a modern shopping center. Neighbors are concerned Target's proposed delivery hours could be disruptive, especially on weekends. Planning Commissioner Bob Dingwall plans to bring the issue before the commission at a Sept. 27 meeting. At issue is whether Target should be allowed to receive deliveries from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. on Saturdays and be barred from deliveries on Sundays.
NEWS
By: TOM TITUS | September 1, 2005
Classic theater, often gleaned from the library's great books section, has been a staple of the Golden West College curriculum, and that tradition will continue this fall. The stage versions of such novels as "Pride and Prejudice," "The Grapes of Wrath" and "Les Liaisons Dangereuses" all have made their way to Golden West's Mainstage Theater, along with such equally renowned plays as "Hamlet," "Oedipus Rex" and "The Crucible." Now Golden West is about to bring another classic novel to the stage, one that certainly is a local premiere even though its origin dates back a few centuries.
NEWS
By: Dave Brooks | August 25, 2005
"Sir, do we get our own buckets for tomorrow, or are we going to have to share them with the other cadets?" Evan Beresford asked. Shooting over an unsympathetic look, Westminster Police Lt. Chris Taylor decided to ignore the inquiry instead of offering a response. "See, they're already getting nervous," he later said. Even after five months of training at the Golden West College Criminal Justice Center, no one gets a break on the "Grinder," the concrete courtyard anchoring the academy where cadets meet, do push-ups and take orders from just about everyone.
NEWS
March 30, 2002
Staff BASEBALL St. Francis 9, Mark Keppel 6: The Golden Knights improved to 5-5 with Thursday's nonleague victory on the road. Danny Caldwell pitched three innings in relief, allowing just one hit and striking out four to earn the win. Caldwell replaced starter Clay Young, who struck out six in his four innings of work. Matt McColgan led the way offensively, driving in two runs and going three for three. Ricky Valenzuela was two for two with three runs batted in and Matt Hirsh was two for four with two runs and an RBI. COLLEGE SOFTBALL GCC 11. L.A. Valley 4: The Vaqueros improved to 20-8, 9-5 in rWestern State Conference with Thursday's conference win on the road.
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