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New Executive Director Wanted Pacific Marine Mammal Center is seeking for a permanent executive director effective July 1 for a 32-hour per week post. The organization...

Funding Aid to Fight Child Trafficking

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A French themed soiree to help fund the rehabilitation of victims of child trafficking in the U.S., will be held on Saturday, May 4,...

Gift Gleaning Opportunities at Harvest Fest

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The annual Harvest Boutique organized by the United Methodist Women will be held Sunday, Oct. 28, at the church, 21632 Wesley Dr., from 10...

Academician Honored

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Laguna Beach resident Richard J. Behl, a professor of geological sciences at California State University, Long Beach, has become the second CSULB faculty member...

Disposing of Ye Olde Electronics

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Surterre Properties invites anyone with unwanted electronics and paper to drive through the Laguna Beach School District parking lot, 550 Blumont St., on Saturday,...

Hikers Find Body on Trail

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A 20-year-old Laguna Beach man, discovered Thursday in Laguna Beach’s Bluebird Canyon, died from a self-inflicted gunshot, according to supervising Depty. Coroner Larry Esslinger. Laguna...

Community Datebook

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One Lane of Glenneyre Closed Work on the Glenneyre Street parking structure required closure of the No. 2 southbound traffic lane on Glenneyre in front...

Whalen Leads Campaign Money Race

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Laguna Beach City Council challenger Robert Whalen’s cash hoard as of June 30 stands at $38,374, possibly the fattest treasury among candidates seeking election...

Ill Prepared Hiker Rescued from Hillside

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A sheriff’s helicopter was used to extract a hiker who suffered an anxiety attack and was unable to move from a steep trail in...

Reviving Plans for a Village Entrance

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The village entrance project to beautify the area between Forest Avenue and the festivals and put in a parking structure has been on and...

Local Bridge Group Needs Players

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The Ganell Baker Round Robin Bridge Tournament, which meets on the first and third Tuesday of each month in the Laguna Beach Senior Center,...

City Council Preview

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Missing the Eco-Tourist Train The former chairman of the city’s environmental committee will ask the City Council tonight to consider the increased revenues that eco-trade...

Freshman Legislator Offers a Sacramento Score Card

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The weather and shoreline make OC coastal cities a “major magnet” that benefits residents and business owners, ... Assemblyman Matthew Harper said.

Pouring Out Spirituality a Grain at a Time

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Serendipity and perhaps good karma brings five Tibetan monks to Laguna Beach beginning next week to perform the sacred art of mandala sand painting...

Locals Rule: First Dibs on Bond Issue

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Re-issuing municipal bonds that pay for undergrounding utility lines in Laguna Beach neighborhoods at a lower interest rate was approved last week by the...