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ESPN
Sherman: It's time to reform recruitingnearly out of breath, was returning from a three-day trip from his base in Tucs
Sherman: It's time to reform recruiting
ESPN / Posted 5 days ago
nearly out of breath, was returning from a three-day trip from his base in Tucson, Arizona, to New Orleans, Oklahoma City, El Paso, San Diego, Fullerton and Chino, California, back to San Diego and then home. Most coaches keep this kind of... Read more
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Orange County Register
City leaders to soon consider package of zoning changes for CollegeTownA series of zoning changes that would lay the groundwork for 88 acres of develo
City leaders to soon consider package of zoning changes for CollegeTown
Orange County Register / Posted 8 days ago
A series of zoning changes that would lay the groundwork for 88 acres of development on and around the Cal State Fullerton and Hope International University campuses, along with the closure of a street, are perhaps less than two weeks away from... Read more
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Orange County Register
Suspected Placentia gang member pleads not guilty in stabbing of rivalhistory and who prosecutors are seeking to add to a gang injunction, pleaded no
Suspected Placentia gang member pleads not guilty in stabbing of rival
Orange County Register / Posted 9 days ago
history and who prosecutors are seeking to add to a gang injunction, pleaded not guilty Friday to stabbing a rival in Fullerton on Wednesday, the Orange County District Attorney’s Office said. Joseph Paul Alvarez, 25, of Anaheim, and two... Read more
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Orange County Register
Know how to pay for more police before hiring themFullerton needs more police officers. That seems to be the consensus following
Know how to pay for more police before hiring them
Orange County Register / Posted 11 days ago
Fullerton needs more police officers. That seems to be the consensus following a staffing study by a professor from the University of North Texas and a presentation from Police Chief Dan Hughes at last week’s City Council meeting. There was no... Read more
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Orange County Register
Crime rose 33 percent in Costa Mesa in 2015experienced increases comparable to Costa Mesa’s. Other large cities in the cou
Crime rose 33 percent in Costa Mesa in 2015
Orange County Register / Posted 11 days ago
experienced increases comparable to Costa Mesa’s. Other large cities in the county, such as Anaheim, Huntington Beach and Fullerton, saw milder surges. FBI crime stats were available only for the first six months of 2015. Many cities around the... Read more
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Crestview News Bulletin
Relay for Life moves to Crestview High Schoolplace at Crestview High School.“We’re hoping to expand our presence in Crestvie
Relay for Life moves to Crestview High School
Crestview News Bulletin / Posted 11 days ago
place at Crestview High School.“We’re hoping to expand our presence in Crestview this year,” co-event chairwoman Melanie Fullerton said.After years at Spanish Trail Park, the overnight event moved to Shoal River Middle School, but “it was off the... Read more
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Orange County Register
78-old Anaheim man shares the story of his part in 1961 Mississippi sit-inMississippi in 1961. After the students sat down at tables and refused to leave
78-old Anaheim man shares the story of his part in 1961 Mississippi sit-in
Orange County Register / Posted 22 days ago
Mississippi in 1961. After the students sat down at tables and refused to leave, members of the first read-in in the city were arrested for disturbing the peace and spent a sleepless night in jail. On Saturday, Jackson spoke to a group of... Read more
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Orange County Register
Transparency lacking in Tustin?A Tustin City Council special meeting for public input on the city’s strategic
Transparency lacking in Tustin?
Orange County Register / Posted 25 days ago
A Tustin City Council special meeting for public input on the city’s strategic plan was held Saturday, Jan. 9, at 8:30 a.m. A 24- hour notice was given, the minimum required by law. So, did the council members really want the public there to comment?... Read more
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Orange County Register
Placentia rights activist Joe Aguirre, who fought for desegregation in local schools, diesto the Placentia Unified School District,” said his oldest son, Joseph Aguirre,
Placentia rights activist Joe Aguirre, who fought for desegregation in local schools, dies
Orange County Register / Posted 29 days ago
to the Placentia Unified School District,” said his oldest son, Joseph Aguirre, who served two terms on the Placentia City Council. The group petitioned trustees to let their children join in classrooms with white students, even threatening a... Read more
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KOLN Lincoln
H.S. Basketball Scores 1/871, Minden 56 Amherst 71, Overton 36 Ansley-Litchfield 45, Palmer 35 Arapaho
H.S. Basketball Scores 1/8
KOLN Lincoln / Posted 30 days ago
71, Minden 56 Amherst 71, Overton 36 Ansley-Litchfield 45, Palmer 35 Arapahoe 65, Medicine Valley 57 Arcadia-Loup City 61, Adams Central 42 Beatrice 60, Seward 45 Bennington 67, Elkhorn South 63 Bishop Neumann 68, Boys Town 47 Blue... Read more
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