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Letter: Where Will They Go on Thanksgiving?

The Woolsey Fire has displaced a reported 250,000 Southern Californians in the last few days. I wonder where these people will be on Thanksgiving? Clearly, many will not be in their homes. Hopefully, most will be with relatives or close friends. Even so, there are bound to be...

Letter: Tale of Two Women

In the aftermath of 2018’s general election, two transcendent local political realities remain. Toni Iseman, targeted for political elimination, was re-elected by a larger majority than her opponents. Jennifer Welsh Zeiter led opposition to a utility under grounding tax measure,...

Letter: Be Prepared to Act Fast in a Disaster

The recent devastating fires in LA/Ventura and Northern California should be a less-than-gentle reminder that residents of disaster-prone areas (like Laguna Beach and many others in California) should not be complacent about being ready to evacuate—and do it fast. The sad tales...



Letter: Where Will They Go on Thanksgiving?

The Woolsey Fire has displaced a reported 250,000 Southern Californians in the last few days. I wonder where these people will be on Thanksgiving? Clearly, many will not be in their homes. Hopefully, most will be with relatives or close friends....

Letter: Tale of Two Women

In the aftermath of 2018’s general election, two transcendent local political realities remain. Toni Iseman, targeted for political elimination, was re-elected by a larger majority than her opponents. Jennifer Welsh Zeiter led opposition to a...

Letter: Be Prepared to Act Fast in a Disaster

The recent devastating fires in LA/Ventura and Northern California should be a less-than-gentle reminder that residents of disaster-prone areas (like Laguna Beach and many others in California) should not be complacent about being ready to...

Letter: Where Will They Go on Thanksgiving?

The Woolsey Fire has displaced a reported 250,000 Southern Californians in the last few days. I wonder where these people will be on Thanksgiving? Clearly, many will not be in their homes. Hopefully, most will be with relatives or close friends....

Letter: Tale of Two Women

In the aftermath of 2018’s general election, two transcendent local political realities remain. Toni Iseman, targeted for political elimination, was re-elected by a larger majority than her opponents. Jennifer Welsh Zeiter led opposition to a...

Letter: Be Prepared to Act Fast in a Disaster

The recent devastating fires in LA/Ventura and Northern California should be a less-than-gentle reminder that residents of disaster-prone areas (like Laguna Beach and many others in California) should not be complacent about being ready to...

Letter: Where Will They Go on Thanksgiving?

The Woolsey Fire has displaced a reported 250,000 Southern Californians in the last few days. I wonder where these people will be on Thanksgiving? Clearly, many will not be in their homes. Hopefully, most will be with relatives or close friends. Even so, there are bound to be thousands who have...

Letter: Tale of Two Women

In the aftermath of 2018’s general election, two transcendent local political realities remain. Toni Iseman, targeted for political elimination, was re-elected by a larger majority than her opponents. Jennifer Welsh Zeiter led opposition to a utility under grounding tax measure, and beat City...

Letter: Be Prepared to Act Fast in a Disaster

The recent devastating fires in LA/Ventura and Northern California should be a less-than-gentle reminder that residents of disaster-prone areas (like Laguna Beach and many others in California) should not be complacent about being ready to evacuate—and do it fast. The sad tales of bodies found...

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American Legion Presents Veterans Day Ceremony

The Laguna Beach American Legion will hold its annual Veterans Day ceremony to recognize all veterans for their service protecting our country at 11 a.m. on Sunday, Nov. 11 at the Legion Hall,...

Elva Irene Ashford

Elva Irene Ashford, a longtime resident of Laguna Beach, died on Nov. 5 of complications due to Alzheimer’s in Glendora. Elva Ashford was born on Oct. 3, 1923 to Bernard and Gladys Nuffer in...

Wisdom Workout

Are You an Over-Talker or an Over-Listener? Talking and listening were fraternal twins separated at birth. Their parents were young and immature and so adoption appeared the best solution for the...

Pet Peeves

Mother was very strict when it came to table manners. Rule #1—No elbows on the table. Rule #2—No shirt, no shoes, no service. And Rule #3—Mother never cooks. She makes reservations. Yes, we went...

Does the Wet Suit You

Okay Corral Marshall Dillon, Miss Kitty, Doc, and Festus can’t vote in Dodge City, Kansas. Not because they are dead, though that could also be a problem. They can’t vote in Dodge City because it...

Finding Meaning

Goodbye Good Ann Ann Richardson, who quietly served our community for over 20 years as a doer and organizer, has moved on. She fought a recurring cancer this past year, there were the usual...