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  • Coast college board voting on parity pay

    COSTA MESA — The Coast Community College District may eliminate supplemental pay that helped bring pay rates for part-time instructors to levels closer to their full-time counterparts. The reduction is so-called "parity pay" is aimed at helping the...
  • New Huntington Beach High Union superintendent named

    The Huntington Beach Union High School District has named Greg Plutko as its new superintendent. Plutko, the deputy superintendent of the Corona-Norco Unified School District, has taught, coached and served in almost every field within a school for...
  • College district hires new chancellor

    The Coast Community College District's Board of Trustees has named Andrew Jones as the district's new chancellor. Jones, who has served since 2005 as vice chancellor for educational affairs in the Dallas County Community College District, will replace...
  • Ilyas wins CIF crown

    Fountain Valley's Hassan Ilyas won the 1 boys' 300 hurdles Saturday at the CIF Southern Section Track and Field Division 1 finals at Cerritos College in Norwalk. The senior won the event in a time of 38.33 seconds. Ilyas also competed in the triple jump...
  • Mailbag: Children are the answer in immigration issue

    We all can agree that immigration reform is a very complicated issue. Assemblyman Jim Silva's recent column, ("Amnesty for illegal immigrants not the answer," Community Commentary, May 19) illustrates the complexity of immigration reform particularly for...
  • Joe Surf: Sport's popularity swells

    Joe Surf: Sport's popularity swells
    The US Open is coming! The US Open is coming! No, not that US Open. That one, the US Open of Surfing, is still a couple months away. This weekend, running from Friday through Sunday, is the US Open of Bodyboarding — also known by its long...
  • A memory on the rocks

    A memory on the rocks
    The small, plastic train, poking out between the rocks, looked like any toy lost on the beach. It measured a few inches long, small enough to tumble out of a pocket or purse, with four thin wheels and rear-end contours hinting at where other cars should...
  • Commentary: School bonds will affect residents' property taxes

    This November, we will be confronted with several local ballot measures that will determine how much we pay in property taxes. Prior to 2000, school districts needed two-thirds approval from the voters to pass local general obligation bond measures. Even...
  • All eyes on a repeat

    Edison High swimming co-Coach Diggy Riley knows that Friday can't come to fruition if Wednesday wasn't what it was supposed to be. Last spring, the Edison girls' swim team captured the program's first CIF Southern Section championship. Since achieving...
  • Hitchcock perfect again

    Randy Cruz saw the delivery from a different perspective Monday. Stationed behind home plate and in the visitor's dugout at the Saddleback High softball field, site of Ocean View's Golden West League game with the host Roadrunners, the Seahawks coach got...
  • On Theater: Golden West unveils next season

    Comedy, tragedy, drama and music — these four basic elements of the theater all will be explored, in that order, by Golden West College during its 2010-11 season. The Huntington Beach college will be leading off with "Don't Dress for Dinner,"...
  • College bookstore outsourced

    Some programs at Golden West College could have to cut back after a new bookstore contract allows the district to take revenue dollars that would normally be used to fund athletic, performing arts and academic programs. The Coast Community College...