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Correction:

Correction:

The article “Madison Leads in Campaign Donations” in the Aug. 15 edition noted that Mayor Elizabeth Pearson made a campaign contribution to Jon Madison, based on the candidates’ financial disclosures for the period ending June 30. The disclosed documents omitted to indicate that Pearson also made a donation to the campaign of incumbent Council member […]

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Indy Travels Into the Wild, the West and Beyond

Indy Travels Into the Wild, the West and Beyond

We welcome a photo from your adventures exploring far-flung destinations. Pack the Indy and send along a high resolution image with a caption about the backdrop to [email protected]    

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Two Motorists Hit During DUI Pursuit

Two Motorists Hit During DUI Pursuit

Laguna Beach police arrested a 39-year-old Gardena motorist at gunpoint Friday, July 25, who fled pursuing officers for 2.6 miles and collided with two other vehicles, injuring another driver. Hector Chavez was arrested for suspicion of felony hit and run, DUI and evading, and held for $100,000 bail, Sgt. Louise Callus said. The driver who […]

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North Laguna Trail Re-Opened

North Laguna Trail Re-Opened

The Emerald Canyon Trail, was one of the most popular hiking and biking trails in Laguna Coast Wilderness Park, reopened, park officials announced last week. The train was closed in 2010 during a record rainstorm that washed out two large gullies in the middle of the trail and flooded Laguna Canyon and downtown Laguna Beach. […]

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Police Crack Down on Park Smokers

Police Crack Down on Park Smokers

Undercover Laguna Beach police officers issued five citations to people found smoking Saturday, June 21, in the drought-parched open space known as the Carolyn Wood Knoll, near Alta Laguna Park. Since law enforcement officials believe smokers are lighting up during darkness, officers also cautioned numerous others in the Aliso and Wood Canyon Wilderness Park about […]

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Guards Hook a New Home

Guards Hook a New Home

The entire Laguna Beach City Council was present to cut the ribbon last Friday on the city’s $7 million lifeguard headquarters, a more than year-long construction project at the north end of Main Beach initiated in 1999 and redesigned six times. “This building will allow employees to be more effective and accessible,” Chief Kevin Snow […]

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Listen In

Listen In

Pam Wicks, Laguna Beach’s unofficial “spiritual ambassador” to the Tibetan diaspora, and Christine Montonna, from the Collaborative Courts Foundation, are guests of Ernest Hackmon on his 1 p.m. Saturday radio show. “The Importance of Being” can be heard live online at [email protected] Also on the web-based station Saturday is Drew Leavens, a candidate for the […]

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Parents’ Club Welcomes New Members

Parents’ Club Welcomes New Members

The Laguna Beach Parents’ Club invites all interested families to join them for a Family Friday in the Park with refreshments and activities from 4:30-7:30 p.m. Friday, June 27, at Bluebird Park. Bring a picnic, a blanket and mingle with new and current member families and learn about the organization’s year-round activities for parents and families. Most of the […]

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Students Compete in Solar Cup

Students Compete in Solar Cup

Laguna Beach High School students who built a solar-powered boat finished 22nd in a race against their peers in the Metropolitan Water District’s 12th annual Solar Cup. About 40 schools sent teams for the three-day event at Lake Skinner in Temecula. This is the LBHS team’s third entry in the event. Students of physics teachers […]

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 Hotel Operator Buys Second Location

Hotel Operator Buys Second Location

Phoenix-based Classic Hotels & Resorts paid $11.2 million for a second hotel in Laguna Beach, The Laguna Cliffs Inn. The company already owns more the upscale Inn at Laguna Beach, which overlooks Main Beach, as well as another California property, La Playa Carmel in Carmel, Calif. Santa Barbara’s Invest West Financial Corporation has owned and […]

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Indy Calendar April 18-24, 2014

Indy Calendar April 18-24, 2014

  Friday, April 18 Nick I & ADD, 9 p.m., Mozambique, 1740 Coast Hwy. 949-715-7777 The Strangers, 9 p.m., Marine Room Tavern, 214 Ocean Ave, 949-494-3027 Joey Molland’s Badfinger, 8 p.m., The Coach House, 33157 Camino Capistrano, San Juan Capistrano. 949-496-8930 SusiQ Needle Art Guild, 1 p.m. Susi Q Community Center, 380 Third St., 949-497-2241 […]

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Author, Candidate Advocates for Election Reform

Author, Candidate Advocates for Election Reform

Derek Cressman, a candidate for Secretary of State and author of “The Recall’s Broken Promise: How Big Money Still Runs California Politics,” arrives in Laguna Beach on Friday, April 25. He’s here to sign his work at 6 p.m. at Laguna Beach Books, 1200 S. Coast Highway. Cressman, a former vice president of Common Cause, […]