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  • Walk, run, ride for water

    Walk, run, ride for water
    There won't be any turkeys in the Turkey Trot on Thanksgiving in Huntington Beach. But as far as organizer Harvey Saarloos is concerned, thanks will be in order — and not just for the holiday meal ahead. The Seal Beach resident is a member of...
  • Paying back his cousin's kindness

    Paying back his cousin's kindness
    Family, friends and supports filled up the first two rows of the normally sparsely populated Fountain Valley City Council Chambers on Nov. 16 to watch a 12-year-old boy be honored for using his bar mitzvah project to rally the community around his cousin....
  • In The Pipeline: Finding a piece of H.B. in Arizona

    "Clark Gable spent his honeymoon with Carole Lombard right at the top of those stairs back in 1939." Susie Clark is standing at the bottom of a staircase in the historic Oatman Hotel in the Route 66 town of Oatman, Ariz. and recounting its somewhat...
  • Mailbag: Heritage must prevail at Bolsa Chica

    With North and South Korea divided and turmoil brewing once again in the region, we are reminded of the war that led to the division of Korea. Sixty years ago, the United States sent its young but brave soldiers to fight for the freedom and democracy of...
  • IN THE PIPELINE: Go ask Alice's

    It may be the largest cinnamon roll I've ever seen in my life. About the size of a dog's head, warm from the oven, and made from scratch like pretty much everything else here at Alice's Breakfast in the Park. Placed before me along with my eggs and toast,...
  • In The Pipeline: Ask Alice when she's ready

    It may be the largest cinnamon roll I've ever seen. About the size of a dog's head, warm from the oven, and made from scratch like pretty much everything else at Alice's Breakfast in the Park. Placed before me along with my eggs and toast, it's part of...
  • In the Pipeline: Closure on a cold case

    Standing outside the door where Elizabeth Mae Hoffschneider was killed in 1984 is chilling. It looks like any other well-kept apartment complex. But the horror of what took place here makes it very different. About a year and a half ago, I started this...
  • Police chief's daughter arrested on suspicion of assault

    The Huntington Beach police chief's daughter is being held on $50,000 bail for allegedly stabbing her husband Monday morning during a dispute in Midway City. Jennifer Sue Small, 31, was arrested in a hotel on suspicion of assault with a deadly weapon and...
  • Chaplains offer comfort in crisis

    Chaplains offer comfort in crisis
    The man just had a knife to his throat. Training was over, and it was time for the Rev. John McFarland to take action at his first call from the Fountain Valley Police Department. Police talked the man down from taking his life, diffusing the...
  • Family act vaults to Masters status

    Family act vaults to Masters status
    Michael Loschiavo achieved one of his main goals Saturday. This week, he's turned his full attention to goal No. 2. The Huntington Beach High senior came up with a fourth-place finish in the boys' Division 2 pole vault at the CIF Southern Section Track...
  • City Lights: My pet Torto lives on

    There's a moment on "The Simpsons" when Mr. Burns, the tight-fisted owner of the Springfield power plant, gets a telemarketer's call promising a lifetime of happiness for $1. Removing a bill from his wallet, he muses, "One dollar for eternal happiness?"...
  • 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—...