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  • Saint Bonaventure Catholic School flag football team goes 16-0

    Saint Bonaventure Catholic School flag football team goes 16-0
    The Saint Bonaventure Catholic School boys' flag football team from Huntington Beach capped off an undefeated season by beating St. Hedwig, 36–28, bringing its record to a memorable 16-0. The team, composed of 15 sixth-graders, went 9-0 in...
  • Around Town: Christmas around the world

    Old World Village held the 11th annual International Celebration of Christmas and live Nativity play on Dec. 2. The money raised from proceeds and donations will benefit World Vision, a Christian humanitarian organization. Bell choir "Beach City...
  • All-League Football Players

    All-League Football Players
    The 2012 prep football season, which began in August, came to an end on Dec. 15. Below are the names of local players who have been named to the All-Sunset, Golden West and Academy League teams. 2012 Sunset League Football Team MVP: Derek Baljeu,...
  • Commentary: God is more powerful than pastor claims

    I am sending a letter of response to the On Faith column published by Pastor Mark Wiley on Aug. 2 titled "Thoughts on God, the shooting and love." Thankfully, God in this case was in caps. There are many areas of disagreement, but as a reformed Christian,...
  • Carnival fundraiser planned for Oak View

    Elias Hakimian will do what it takes to benefit Huntington Beach's low-income Oak View neighborhood — even if the kids have really, really good aim. Hakimian, the city pastor of Rock Harbor church, is among the local church leaders setting up a...
  • Film with local ties to screen at Bella Terra

    Think of it as "The Bad News Bears" set to Klezmer music. Somewhat like the 1976 comedy film about the national pastime, which starred Walter Matthau as Coach Morris Buttermaker, "The Yankles" is about a washed-up ex-professional ballplayer who makes a...
  • Mailbag: Solar panels have historic price

    I was happy to read that the Huntington Beach City School District expects to save more than $15 million over the next 25 years in electricity costs because of the solar panels installed on five campuses in the article ("District slashes electricity...
  • Reconnect with blessing

    Reconnect with blessing
    When the Rev. Christian Mondor began surfing, he was more of a menace to the waves than a blessing of them. The vicar emeritus at Sts. Simon & Jude Catholic Church in Huntington Beach first hit the waves in the late 1930s. At the time, he lacked a...
  • Mission: Sofia, Bulgaria

    They have to wear a suit and tie practically everyday and are only permitted to use the phone to call their parents, but even then only on Christmas and Mother's Day. Interaction between sexes is limited, so dating is out and even flirting isn't...
  • He would walk 60 miles

    He would walk 60 miles
    The number of years is the theme for Bob Ewing's 60th birthday, but he doesn't want 60 presents, a 60-person party or 60 snow-white swans. Ewing is planning on walking 60 miles and is hoping residents will donate $60 — one dollar a mile—...
  • 'My mind will keep me going'

    'My mind will keep me going'
    The number of years is the theme for Bob Ewing's 60th birthday, but he doesn't want 60 presents, a 60-person party or 60 snow-white swans. Ewing plans to walk 60 miles and has asked supporters to donate $60 — $1 a mile. The executive pastor of...
  • Two for Tanzania

    Two for Tanzania
    Adriel and Aian Vissani plan to board an airplane for the first time in their lives in August 2011. And they don't expect the life-changing experience to end there. The twin brothers are among the members of St. Wilfrid's Episcopal Church in Huntington...