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By: | August 31, 2005
EDITOR'S NOTE: These people were arrested on suspicion of driving under the influence of an intoxicant. They have only been arrested, and are considered innocent until proved guilty. COSTA MESA Aug. 23 Richard John Isolini, 50, Laguna Beach Aug. 24 Enrique Paz Naranjo, 31, Costa Mesa Friday Felix Soliz, 33, Costa Mesa Saturday Kyle David Brown, 22, Newport Beach Mitch Edgardo Polar, 37, Huntington Beach Sunday Magdaleno Rios-Castro, 37, Santa Ana Espiridion Morales-Campos, 47, Costa Mesa Monday Marsha Diane Wright, 48, Costa Mesa NEWPORT BEACH Aug. 23 Chelsea Saunders Godby, 23, Newport Beach Robert Jerzy Lazarczyk, 38, Newport Beach Aug. 24 Steven Pal Jankovics, 45, transient Friday Arnulfo Romero Perez Jr., 28, Huntington Beach John Edward Stephenson, 42, Newport Beach Saturday Tom Ellis Stepp, 22, Irvine Sunday Paul Anthony Springer, 40, Costa Mesa Monday Jeffrey Garrett Mauch, 41, Costa Mesa Tuesday Tina L. Roberts, 36, Santa Ana
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NEWS
By: | October 2, 2005
19th Annual Harbor Heritage 5K run/walk Female champion Ceci St. Geme, 17:09 Male champion Rick Herr, 16:23 Age-group winners o7Girls: 1 - 12 f7 1. Camille Jolly, Newport Beach, 26:27 2. Cece Beck, 27:01 3. Blakely Ficenec, 29:06 4. Gigi Joseph, Costa Mesa, 30:07 5. Christina Young, Costa Mesa, 30:19 o7Boys: 1 - 12 f7 1. Addison Maclaren, Newport Beach, 23:19 ...
NEWS
By: | August 30, 2005
"How to stand up." JULIA DONOVAN, 9 Sun Valley, Idaho "Building sand castles, and then we take a break to go surfing." SEAN KORKMAZ, 7 Newport Beach "Probably just trying to catch the wave. If you get it, it's a big reward." TYLER BATES, 10 Alameda "Balance. You just have to keep your balance as soon as you get on the board." JOSHUA BULLOCK- GILLETTE, 10 Newport Beach "How to get your board straight on the wave and not tilt it forward or backward."
NEWS
By: | September 15, 2005
Heinz Wilden A memorial service for former Newport Beach resident Heinz Wilden will be at 10 a.m. today at Our Lady Queen of Angels in Newport Beach. Born in Germany, Mr. Wilden lived in Newport Beach for 34 years, where he was president of a chemical-distribution and personal-care-products company. He died Sept. 8 of pneumonia at the age of 74. Mr. Wilden is survived by his wife, Billie Wilden; his brother, Hans Wilden; his son, Thomas Wilden; his daughter, Susan Baron; and two grandchildren.
NEWS
By: | August 27, 2005
VAN HEE-RENO Tonya Van Hee and Russell Reno, both of Newport Beach, exchanged vows on Moorea, Tahiti, on July 27. The bride is the daughter of Orville Van Hee of Canyon Lake, Calif., and Linda Reynolds of Arizona. The maid of honor was Krissy Diaz. The bridesmaids were Andrea Edwards, Karen Horrocks, Mechele Thayer and Renee Difilippo. The bridegroom is the son of Rex and Camille Reno of Newport Beach. The best man was Poncho Lozano. The groomsmen were Kent Greeley, Kirk Smith, Dave Atkins and Joe Roberts.
NEWS
By: | August 31, 2005
WEATHER Morning fog and clouds will clear. See Page A4 SPECIAL SECTION High school football is beginning in Newport-Mesa. Get the scoop from the 2005 Coastal Football Preview. REMEMBERING NEWPORT BEACH Ever dance at the Rendezvous Ballroom? Do you remember when there were empty lots on your street? Do you think you know all about the most meaningful, most hilarious or most unusual thing to happen in Newport Beach? The Daily Pilot wants your stories.
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