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November 18, 2005
The Crescenta Valley girls' varsity tennis team made a quick exit from the CIF Southern Section Division II playoffs with a 10-8 opening round defeat to visiting Huntington Beach on Nov. 10. The Falcons finished their season with an overall record of 15-5 while Huntington Beach (14-5) advanced to the second round. While the doubles teams were able to capture six of their nine sets against the Oliers, the singles players could manage only two victories, both by senior Alina Karapetyan.
NEWS
By: | September 8, 2005
Yunuen A. Vasquez, 25, Garden Grove John L. Cooper, 44, Huntington Beach Joseph E. Dorsey, 36, Huntington Beach Daniel S. Diaz, 31, Huntington Beach John E. Hoppe, 46, Garden Grove Andrew K. Martin, 32, Anaheim Adam K. Huh, 22, Huntington Beach Andrew L. Roberts, 33, Westminster Joshua M. Grable, 24, Fountain Valley Jeffrey D. Heath, 41, Huntington Beach Nathaniel D. Haglund, 19, Huntington Beach...
NEWS
By: | September 15, 2005
o7These people were arrested on suspicion of driving under the influence of an intoxicant. They have only been arrested on suspicion of a crime and, as with all crimes, are considered innocent until proved guilty. f7 Dennis G. Midden, 53, Huntington Beach Oscar R. Loera, 26, Hollywood Richard W. Farkas, 25, Huntington Beach William H. Taylor, 52, Huntington Beach Katie A. Moore, 25, Huntington Beach Steven R. Rousseau, 51, Huntington Beach Ignacio R. Ordelanis, 23, Tustin Reginald L. Williams, 47, Lancaster Brian W. Casey, 24, San Clemente Daniel W. Neugebauer, 20, Huntington Beach Peggy J. Marino, 39, Huntington Beach Chantal L. Reeder, 20, Huntington Beach Gregory R. Almazan, 28, Palm Springs Heredi Balazs, 26, Brea Darlene S. Bennett, 29, Fountain Valley Manuel W. Salcido, 32, Compton Justin D. Kingsbury, 22, Tustin Valerie B. Bleakley, 31, Garden Grove Linda L. Robinson, 58, Huntington Beach Damon M. Valenzuela, 27, Whittier Nathan R. Varnold, 23, Huntington Beach Robin R. Howard, 48, Huntington Beach
NEWS
By: | September 22, 2005
EDITOR'S NOTE: These people have been arrested on suspicion of driving under the influence of an intoxicant. As with all suspects, they are considered innocent until proved guilty. Christina A. Ledezma, 21, Moreno Valley Roberto Gomez, 23, La Puente Arthur W. Weber, 37, Long Beach Heather J. Pabst, 22, Huntington Beach Katina M. Boline, 23, Huntington Beach Jessica H. Franzino, 24, Huntington Beach Heather S. Porter, 44, Palmdale Christopher D. Briggs, 35, Huntington Beach Francisco Sepulveda, 24, Riverside Rolando Magana, 26, Westminster Claudia Soltero, 33, Long Beach Justin L. Tacheny, 27, Huntington Beach Michael A. Lloyd, 48, Anaheim Ann M. Frazier, 22, Los Angeles Erin A. Breland, 33, Huntington Beach Rochelle R. Fisher, 50, Huntington Beach Joshua K. Bynum, 19, Huntington Beach Vickie L. Hobbs, 46, Huntington Beach Benjamin F. Kim, 26, Fullerton
NEWS
By: | October 13, 2005
I voted for Don Hansen as a City Council member to represent our city and make leadership decisions for Huntington Beach as a whole. That is why I commend him not only for keeping the residents in southeast Huntington Beach in mind when making his decision to certify the desalination facility's environmental report, but also for keeping the rest of Huntington Beach in consideration. I also commend the majority of members on the City Council for making the right decision in approving Poseidon's environmental impact report.
NEWS
By: | September 15, 2005
James Steinkirchner of Huntington Beach has been promoted to senior vice president for Bank of the West's capital markets division. Steinkirchner, who has been with the bank for 11 years, advises commercial clients in risk management as well as market, economic and derivative trends. o7 f7Mathew Richy of Huntington Beach has been named a private banker for Wells Fargo's Huntington Harbor location. Mr. Richy has worked for Wells Fargo since 1995.
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September 28, 2013
WOMEN'S CROSS-COUNTRY Glendale Community College at Golden West Invitational: The Vaqueros captured their first victory this season in defeating Los Angeles Trade Tech, 75-105, at the five-kilometer race at Central Park in Huntington Beach on Friday morning, led by the exploits of sophomore Elizabeth Nelson. The former Saugus High star captured her first triumph of the season in outracing the competition to a victory in 18 minutes, 28 seconds. Nelson was one of two Vaqueros to finish in the top 10 and was joined by freshman Glindyll Mancia, who took eighth in 19:11.
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By Charles Rich, charles.rich@latimes.com | December 31, 2011
Once the members of the Crescenta Valley High girls' basketball team got past mid-court, something would go wrong during Friday night's championship game against Huntington Beach in the Costa Mesa Tournament. Most of the time, it resulted in a turnover. "We had 21 turnovers, most of which came in the front court," said Crescenta Valley Coach Jason Perez, whose team fell, 59-36. "We'd get across mid-court and something would happen, like the ball bouncing off a foot. "They have a running team and they also hit some long three-pointers.
SPORTS
June 16, 2009
BASEBALL Landry’s Sporting Goods picked up an 11-10 victory over El Sol on Friday in the Crescenta Sports Assn. Mustang League championship contest. Landry’s capped their undefeated playoff run with an offensive display that saw every player reach base safely. The team scored in five of the first six innings, highlighted by each of the first six batters scoring in the fifth. Landry’s led, 11-5, after six innings behind the strong pitching combination of Will Smiley and Trevor Beer, but made it interesting in the seventh by giving up five runs before relief pitcher Evan Nelson got the last two outs for the save.
NEWS
By Joyce Rudolph | August 18, 2008
Media City Ballet saluted Armenian composer Aram Khachaturian with an emotional performance Saturday night at the Alex Theatre. Jealousy and fear were wrapped into selections from “Masquerade,” choreographed by the company’s artistic director, Natasha Middleton. The tale is about a prince who throws an elaborate party and is given a stolen bracelet by a masked guest. The bracelet belongs to the main character, Nina, and when the prince shows her husband the bracelet, he becomes suspicious of a liaison.
LOCAL
October 20, 2007
A Glendale resident was arrested Thursday along with three other men suspected to be behind a $1.5-million health care scam. Richard Melkonyan, 35, was allegedly involved with a fake health clinic in Burbank that recruited people to undergo unnecessary testing in order to file false claims with Medi-Cal and Medicare, said Gareth Lacy, a spokesman for the California Department of Justice. Melkonyan was arrested before 9 a.m. Thursday at his home on Spazier Avenue, causing a stir in the quaint residential neighborhood.
SPORTS
By Timithie Gould | August 3, 2007
After taking a long summer break, the Los Angeles Futbol Club girls' U12 team took to the field to win the Fullerton Rangers Summer Classic on July 21. "We had only had a few weeks' practice before going into this tournament," said Coach Teddy Chronopolous. The team went undefeated in the gold bracket to capture their second successful tournament championship. Up against the Silver Elite South Bay Soccer Club in the final game, LAFC was playing through their second overtime period when they scored the tournament-winning goal.
NEWS
April 14, 2006
Breaking and Entering After planning their illegal deeds for more than a month, the group approached their target, stealthily, in the dead of night, not wanting to be spotted by the guards. They proceeded to cut through the metal fence; one of the barriers that kept them from their objective. They knew that they were committing a crime, but the rewards were much higher than the risk of being captured. They cared not that they were breaking the law, they simply thought, as all criminals do, that they wanted, needed, what wasn't theirs - no matter who it may hurt.
SPORTS
November 18, 2005
The Crescenta Valley girls' varsity tennis team made a quick exit from the CIF Southern Section Division II playoffs with a 10-8 opening round defeat to visiting Huntington Beach on Nov. 10. The Falcons finished their season with an overall record of 15-5 while Huntington Beach (14-5) advanced to the second round. While the doubles teams were able to capture six of their nine sets against the Oliers, the singles players could manage only two victories, both by senior Alina Karapetyan.
NEWS
By: JERRY PERSON | October 13, 2005
In the beginning, Huntington Beach was a quiet, peaceful beach town that some would refer to as a paradise on earth, an idyllic haven from the busy outside world to the north, a place to relax and raise a family. But as Adam and Eve found out, paradise is not forever, and so it was with Huntington Beach. It was on May 24, 1920, that our sleepy paradise ceased. A Standard Oil Company well, Huntington A No. 1, struck oil, and shortly thereafter Bolsa Chica No. 1 came in at 2,000 barrels a day. Our oil boom was on. Men from all over the country flocked to town with high hopes of becoming rich.
NEWS
By: | October 13, 2005
I voted for Don Hansen as a City Council member to represent our city and make leadership decisions for Huntington Beach as a whole. That is why I commend him not only for keeping the residents in southeast Huntington Beach in mind when making his decision to certify the desalination facility's environmental report, but also for keeping the rest of Huntington Beach in consideration. I also commend the majority of members on the City Council for making the right decision in approving Poseidon's environmental impact report.
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