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Would Two-Bits Tame Congestion?

Would Two-Bits Tame Congestion?

Editor, They say we break the record for bicycle and pedestrian deaths for a town our size. If you look
Village Matters

Village Matters

31Jul14 • 0 comments
Back in the ‘80s Back in the ‘80s. That phrase seems so strange to me, having grown up with references
Two Motorists Hit During DUI Pursuit

Two Motorists Hit During DUI Pursuit

31Jul14 • 0 comments
Laguna Beach police arrested a 39-year-old Gardena motorist at gunpoint Friday, July 25, who fled pursuing officers for 2.6 miles
Some Leap!

Some Leap!

31Jul14 • 0 comments
Summer campers observed a pair of humpback whales leaping out of the water and waving their flukes about two miles
Shore Scene

Shore Scene

Prehistoric Creatures Close-up Chitonsare primitive marine mollusks resembling trilobites whose fossil record can be traced back to the Devonian Period
Trafficking Expert Describe Modern Day Slavery

Trafficking Expert Describe Modern Day Slavery

31Jul14 • 0 comments
“What Human Trafficking Looks Like in Orange County and What We Can Do” is Sandra Morgan’s talking point at 10:30
Police Veteran Turns in Her Badge

Police Veteran Turns in Her Badge

31Jul14 • 0 comments
Investigations supervisor Louise Callus retired from the police department on Thursday, July 31, capping a 30-year career with Laguna Beach
Pet Peeves

Pet Peeves

Groundbreaking Discovery I took an inventory of my life. Bad career. Check. Bad marriage. Check and double check. (Gigantic asterisk
Indy Calendar

Indy Calendar

31Jul14 • 0 comments
Friday, Aug. 1 The Outriders, 6 p.m. Cliff Restaurant’s Fireside Theater. Walter Trout tribute, 8 p.m., The Coach House, 33157
Conservation Stalls Deeper Water Cutbacks

Conservation Stalls Deeper Water Cutbacks

By Jennifer Erickson | LB Indy Thanks to the conservation policies of the two water districts supplying Laguna Beach, residents
Passionate Pleas Preserve Historic Building

Passionate Pleas Preserve Historic Building

By Jennifer Erickson | LB Indy Residents overwhelmingly supported the preservation of Laguna’s historic sewer digester building last week during
Big Changes in Small Packages

Big Changes in Small Packages

27Jul14 • 0 comments
By Randy Kraft, Special to the Independent A duo of innovations hit the downtown this month with the Planning Commission’s
Lesser-Known Lessons Motivate School Candidates

Lesser-Known Lessons Motivate School Candidates

26Jul14 • 0 comments
By Rita Robinson | LB Indy Two candidates for three seats on the Laguna Beach School District board have officially
Postcards to Capture Global Hopes for Peace

Postcards to Capture Global Hopes for Peace

By Kellie Hall, Special to the Independent The Laguna Beach-based arts nonprofit TIMOTCA (The International Museum of Twenty-first Century Art)
Riders Vow to Push for Bike Safety

Riders Vow to Push for Bike Safety

By Kellie Hall, Special to the Independent A swarm of 200 to 300 cyclists rode en masse from Heisler Park