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August 10, 2001
Amber Willard GRIFFITH PARK -- A San Juan Capistrano man was killed Thursday morning when his motorcycle crashed on the Golden State (5) Freeway south of the Ventura (134) Freeway. The man's passenger was taken to County-USC Medical Center, according to California Highway Patrol officials. Telephone calls to the hospital requesting the woman's condition were not returned Thursday afternoon. Neither person's name was released but officials said both were 47 and residents of San Juan Capistrano.
NEWS
February 24, 2001
Saro Sarkisian SAN JUAN CAPISTRANO -- The Flintridge Prep boys' soccer team -- which had won five matches in the regular season and averaged just 1.5 goals per match -- had somehow found a way to turn things around in the postseason. Entering Friday's CIF Southern Section Division V quarterfinal match at No. 2-seed San Juan Capistrano St. Margaret's, the Rebels knew they had to keep the good vibes going if they possessed any chance at an upset.
NEWS
May 2, 2011
Obituary Marlys Lorraine Marsteller October 31, 1949 – April 27, 2011 Beloved daughter of Robert and Lorraine Marsteller, sister to Loren and Duane, died peacefully at the hospital where she had been undergoing tests for ten days.  She will always be remembered as a wonderful musician, a talented flutist, a successful teacher of choral music and for the founding and direction of the performances of her Broadway Summer Camp and The...
NEWS
March 5, 2005
SULLIVAN -- NELSON Marilyn Moon Sullivan of San Juan Capistrano and Paul C. Nelson of Glendale were married at Bethany Bible Presbyterian Church in Glendale. The Rev. Dr. H. Ronald Vandermey officiated. The bride and groom have known each other since 1939. They married others during World War II and lost their mates a couple of years ago from illness. The matron of honor was Colleen Reid. The best man was C. Walter Anderson. The ushers were Megan McEachern and Bradford McEachern, the bride's grandchildren.
ENTERTAINMENT
March 3, 2006
Ruth Basler Burr, a prolific artist whose work has graced galleries throughout California, will return March 4 through April 6 for her 36th annual one-woman show at Descanso Gardens' Boddy House Gallery. The exhibit, entitled "California Treasures," includes oils, watercolor, giclees and lithographs of California's coasts, deserts, mountains and missions, as well as Yosemite and Descanso Gardens. Also included will be tapestries, art cards, prints and coasters depicting her work, and her book "Path of Light."
NEWS
May 6, 2002
Gary Moskowitz RANCHO DISTRICT -- As the setting sun dropped behind the stables at the Los Angeles Equestrian Center, Mariachi music filled the arena as rare, elegant breeds of Spanish-bred horses gallantly trotted past cheering crowds. Nearly 4,000 people attended the Fiesta of the Spanish Horse Saturday at the Los Angeles Equestrian Center, many dressed in cowboy hats, boots and country/western shirts. The event was designed to educate people about the history and culture of the Spanish horse in America and provide entertainment.
SPORTS
By Parimal M. Rohit | May 29, 2009
The Flintridge Prep boys? volleyball team?s record-breaking season came to an abrupt end on Wednesday evening, as the top-seeded St. Margaret?s Episcopal School defeated the Rebels in straight sets, 25-15, 25-13, 25-23, at St. Margaret?s in the semifinal match of the CIF Southern Section Division V playoffs. ?We made a lot of errors ? errors that we hadn?t made throughout the playoffs,? Rebels Head Coach Sean Beattie told the Valley Sun immediately after the loss. ?I think their size kind of intimidated us a little bit. I think we tried to change what we do, which is something I told them not to do.?
NEWS
By: Elia Powers | August 14, 2005
As a career airline pilot, Lt. Bill Dickey spent most of his time out of the public eye. But when the opportunity arose to show off his looks, Bill Dickey jumped at the chance. His employer, Trans World Airlines, featured him in a company commercial in which he pinned miniature plastic wings on a child's shirt. "He loved to fly," said Don Dickey, Bill's brother. "He enjoyed taking his friends on board. He fell in love with the air." A decorated World War II hero, Bill Dickey died Aug. 3 of Alzheimer's disease.
SPORTS
By Charles Rich | May 22, 2010
SAN JUAN CAPISTRANO — Bouts of inconsistency with defense and pitching lingered throughout the regular season for the Flintridge Prep baseball team. The Rebels went into the postseason hoping to wipe the slate clean. Unfortunately for them, they couldn’t reverse the trend. A couple of defensive breakdowns and yielding eight stolen bases translated into an 8-3 loss to Capistrano Valley Christian on Friday afternoon in a CIF Southern Section Division VI first-round contest at San Juan Sports Park.
SPORTS
By Gabriel Rizk | May 28, 2009
SAN JUAN CAPISTRANO ? It was far from the ending that the Flintridge Prep boys? volleyball team had hoped for. Then again, the journey itself, one that took the Rebels to the semifinals of the CIF Southern Section Division V playoffs, was far beyond what anyone expected, either. Top-seeded St. Margaret?s was the better team Wednesday night, laying claim to a 25-15, 25-13, 25-23 victory. But with 20 wins and a return to the semis that matched the best finish in program history and that few thought was likely before the season began, these Rebels are now among the best to ever wear the school?
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May 2, 2011
Obituary Marlys Lorraine Marsteller October 31, 1949 – April 27, 2011 Beloved daughter of Robert and Lorraine Marsteller, sister to Loren and Duane, died peacefully at the hospital where she had been undergoing tests for ten days.  She will always be remembered as a wonderful musician, a talented flutist, a successful teacher of choral music and for the founding and direction of the performances of her Broadway Summer Camp and The...
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SPORTS
By Charles Rich | May 22, 2010
SAN JUAN CAPISTRANO — Bouts of inconsistency with defense and pitching lingered throughout the regular season for the Flintridge Prep baseball team. The Rebels went into the postseason hoping to wipe the slate clean. Unfortunately for them, they couldn’t reverse the trend. A couple of defensive breakdowns and yielding eight stolen bases translated into an 8-3 loss to Capistrano Valley Christian on Friday afternoon in a CIF Southern Section Division VI first-round contest at San Juan Sports Park.
SPORTS
By Parimal M. Rohit | May 29, 2009
The Flintridge Prep boys? volleyball team?s record-breaking season came to an abrupt end on Wednesday evening, as the top-seeded St. Margaret?s Episcopal School defeated the Rebels in straight sets, 25-15, 25-13, 25-23, at St. Margaret?s in the semifinal match of the CIF Southern Section Division V playoffs. ?We made a lot of errors ? errors that we hadn?t made throughout the playoffs,? Rebels Head Coach Sean Beattie told the Valley Sun immediately after the loss. ?I think their size kind of intimidated us a little bit. I think we tried to change what we do, which is something I told them not to do.?
SPORTS
By Gabriel Rizk | May 28, 2009
SAN JUAN CAPISTRANO ? It was far from the ending that the Flintridge Prep boys? volleyball team had hoped for. Then again, the journey itself, one that took the Rebels to the semifinals of the CIF Southern Section Division V playoffs, was far beyond what anyone expected, either. Top-seeded St. Margaret?s was the better team Wednesday night, laying claim to a 25-15, 25-13, 25-23 victory. But with 20 wins and a return to the semis that matched the best finish in program history and that few thought was likely before the season began, these Rebels are now among the best to ever wear the school?
ENTERTAINMENT
March 3, 2006
Ruth Basler Burr, a prolific artist whose work has graced galleries throughout California, will return March 4 through April 6 for her 36th annual one-woman show at Descanso Gardens' Boddy House Gallery. The exhibit, entitled "California Treasures," includes oils, watercolor, giclees and lithographs of California's coasts, deserts, mountains and missions, as well as Yosemite and Descanso Gardens. Also included will be tapestries, art cards, prints and coasters depicting her work, and her book "Path of Light."
NEWS
By: Elia Powers | August 14, 2005
As a career airline pilot, Lt. Bill Dickey spent most of his time out of the public eye. But when the opportunity arose to show off his looks, Bill Dickey jumped at the chance. His employer, Trans World Airlines, featured him in a company commercial in which he pinned miniature plastic wings on a child's shirt. "He loved to fly," said Don Dickey, Bill's brother. "He enjoyed taking his friends on board. He fell in love with the air." A decorated World War II hero, Bill Dickey died Aug. 3 of Alzheimer's disease.
NEWS
March 5, 2005
SULLIVAN -- NELSON Marilyn Moon Sullivan of San Juan Capistrano and Paul C. Nelson of Glendale were married at Bethany Bible Presbyterian Church in Glendale. The Rev. Dr. H. Ronald Vandermey officiated. The bride and groom have known each other since 1939. They married others during World War II and lost their mates a couple of years ago from illness. The matron of honor was Colleen Reid. The best man was C. Walter Anderson. The ushers were Megan McEachern and Bradford McEachern, the bride's grandchildren.
NEWS
May 25, 2004
Yi, Kanda fail to advance in CIF Crescenta Valley High boys' golfer Damian Yi carded a six-over-par 78 and Flintridge Prep's Brett Kanda shot a 79 at the CIF Southern Section-Toyota Individual Golf Championship at Canyon Country Club in Palm Springs on Monday. The top 22 golfers will advance to the CIF/Southern California Golf Assn. Final, which will be held at The Member's Club in Murrieta on June 3. Lucas Lee of Torrance defeated Matt Pearce of San Juan Capistrano St. Margaret's in a playoff to capture the championship.
NEWS
March 5, 2003
Ruth Basler Burr shares her memories of Descanso Gardens in her 33rd annual one-woman art exhibit opening Saturday in the Boddy House Gallery. After living in La Canada Flintridge for 29 years, she moved with her husband, Lawrence, to San Juan Capistrano. This year's exhibit, "Reflections," includes a new group of paintings of Descanso Gardens as she remembers them during the many years she walked its pathways with her friends. Burr has sold some 2,800 watercolors and prints to private and corporate collectors.
NEWS
May 6, 2002
Gary Moskowitz RANCHO DISTRICT -- As the setting sun dropped behind the stables at the Los Angeles Equestrian Center, Mariachi music filled the arena as rare, elegant breeds of Spanish-bred horses gallantly trotted past cheering crowds. Nearly 4,000 people attended the Fiesta of the Spanish Horse Saturday at the Los Angeles Equestrian Center, many dressed in cowboy hats, boots and country/western shirts. The event was designed to educate people about the history and culture of the Spanish horse in America and provide entertainment.
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