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Tallying Storm Losses Could Speed Flood Relief

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Residents and businesses that have sustained any damage from the Dec. 22 storm should report the extent of those damages for at least two...

Disaster Spawns Flood Watch Advocates

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By Jennifer Erickson | LB Indy   In the wake of Laguna Beach’s most recent disaster, some residents see costly lessons in how to minimize danger...

Relief Efforts Take Shape

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Wanted:  Strong Bodies, Trucks and a Storage Shed By Rita Robinson | LB Indy Skilled volunteers as well as specific items are needed to help flood...

A Flood of Relief Requests

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Compiled by Indy staff Laguna Beach flood victims who are trying to "dig out" mud from inside their houses and off their properties are in...

Matt Engen and Stan Price

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Matt Engen   Matthew Engen, known as Matt or Matteo, died unexpectedly Dec. 15, 2010.   The husband of Glynnis Engen, and son of Rolf and Carol Engen...

Preparing for the Next Onslaught

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Even as flood-wary residents monitor weather forecasts and hope to avoid a repeat of last week’s destruction, city officials are tallying damage to 30...

Preparing for the Next Onslaught

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Even as flood-wary residents monitor weather forecasts and hope to avoid a repeat of last week’s destruction, city officials are tallying damage to 30...

Streat Beat

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Arrest Made in Mail Thefts Laguna police arrested a Santa Ana woman for suspicion of mail theft after they found correspondence from several people in...

Volunteers Vital to Flood Cleanup

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By Ted Reckas | LB Indy   Liesa Schimmelpfennig, daughter of Anneliese Schools founder Anneliese Schimmelpfennig, snuck into the Laguna Canyon campus with a few friends...

In Creativity vs. Mother Nature, Some Lose the Battle

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p.MsoNormal, li.MsoNormal, div.MsoNormal { margin: 0in 0in 0.0001pt; font-size: 12pt; font-family: "Times New Roman"; }div.Section1 { page: Section1; } By Daniella Walsh | LB Indy   The...

Canyon Surrenders to Storm’s Force

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Nurseryman Kevin Naughton says the devastation that wrecked his Laguna Gardens Nursery “was unlike other storms” that have come through the canyon. It had all the characteristics of a flash flood, a wall of water that “blew out everything in its path,” he said, including 100-pound statues and a cinder block wall that toppled intact. Indeed, Naughton’s property, once filled with garden accessories, ceramic pots and healthy greenery at the corner of Laguna Canyon and Raquel roads, this week looked like it had been in the path of a steamroller and a tornado.

Special-Needs Rocker Back in the Spotlight

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Scott Siegel, the autistic songwriter and vocalist who leads the Arrest My Sister alternative rock band, is among 11 honorees at the first Genius...

Of Service To More Than Veterans

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By Lee Winocur Field and Marion K. Jacobs   Chartered and incorporated by Congress in 1919, the American Legion is devoted to advocating on behalf of...

Experts Find Third Infected Palm

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By Ted Reckas | LB Indy   Experts detected another palm tree near North Coast Highway and Wave Street with signs of red palm weevil damage...

“The Little Engine That Could” Gains Ground

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By Rita Robinson | LB Indy The easy part was scrambling for two years to buy a deserted retirement home at Ruby Street and S....