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Missionary detained in Russia, back home in Garden Grove
(Click above for more information.) Twenty-year-old Kole Brodowski, from Garden Grove, can’t remember a time that he didn’t want to serve a mission for his church, The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.
Orange County boys athlete of the week: Ketch Gannon, Foothill
Noteworthy: He had six hits and four RBIs over two wins against El Dorado that helped the Knights clinch a share of the Crestview League championship. Gannon, a senior right fielder and pitcher, was 2 for 3 with two RBIs and a stolen base in a 7-2 win over El Dorado and followed that by going 4 for
Beth Goldstein Promoted to Chief Human Resources Officer
BREA, Calif. — CoolSys™ announced Beth Goldstein has been promoted to the role of chief human resources officer (CHRO). Formerly serving as executive vice president for human resources at CoolSys, Goldstein is responsible for the strategic leadership of all aspects of human resources for the company
Four-way tie for first in Orange Coast League baseball
The four teams, all with 8-5 league records: Calvary Chapel; Costa Mesa; Estancia; and Santa Ana. Orange is 7-6 (Saddleback is 0-13). Tuesday’s schedule: Calvary Chapel at Costa Mesa; Orange at Santa Ana; Estancia at Saddleback. Those teams play each other again Wednesday, with visitor/home reverse
Suspect arrested in connection to Santa Ana home invasion robbery, assault on woman
SANTA ANA, Calif. (KABC) -- A man was arrested in connection to a home invasion robbery and assault on a woman in Santa Ana, police said. Police say 35-year-old Victor Martinez broke into a woman's home on the 900 block of West Riviera at about 5 a.m. April 18. He allegedly hit her with a chair, gra
San Gabriel Valley Baseball Top 20: Arcadia, La Mirada, San Dimas, Bonita lead the pack
San Gabriel Valley All-Encompassing Top 20 high school baseball rankings for the San Gabriel Valley Tribune, Pasadena Star-News and Whittier Daily News:. 1. Arcadia (20-1) – Crescenta Valley’s shocking loss gives Apaches two chances to win Pacific.
Sunday Conversation: Danny Sprinkle using past tenures as Montana State head coach
BOZEMAN — On April 4, 2019 former Montana State standout Danny Sprinkle was hired as the 23rd head men’s basketball coach in Bobcats history. Sprinkle had an assistant coaching tenure that lasted almost 20 years before landing the head coach job with the Bobcats.
Long Beach State Notebook: Big Events On Campus
The Long Beach State track and field program hosted the 25th Annual Beach Invitational on campus at Jack Rose Track last weekend with more than 3,000 elite competitors of all ages and skills participating.
Have you Left Money Lying Around? A Look at California’s Clean Fuel Market
LONG BEACH, Calif. — There’s an old story told by economists: A senior and junior economist are walking down the street when the junior economist says, “There’s a $20 bill on the ground!”. Without looking down, the senior economist retorts, “Impossible. Someone would have picked it up already.”
Sunrise service at Fairhaven Memorial features life-like figurines of the 12 disciples
In so many ways, a cemetery is an apropos setting for an Easter service. After all, according to Scripture, Jesus rose from the dead after the entombment of his body. On Sunday, April 21, around 700 worshipers gathered before dawn at Fairhaven Memorial Park in Santa Ana to mark the most revered stor
The Times' high school baseball rankings
A look at the top 25 high school baseball teams in the Southland:. Rk. SCHOOL (W-L) Comment (last rank) 1. ORANGE LUTHERAN (22-4) vs. Mater Dei at Hart Park, Tuesday (1) 2. CYPRESS (24-3) vs. Crean Lutheran, Tuesday (2)
Anaheim Performing Arts Center Foundation Presents LIGHT UP THE NIGHT Benefit
Light Up the Night, a fundraising event to benefit the Anaheim Performing Arts Center Foundation, will take place on Sunday, April 28, at the City National Grove of Anaheim. The curtain will rise at 8pm with a special VIP reception and dinner starting at 5:30pm. The event is being produced for APACF
Fryer on baseball: League championships, playoff berths on the line in final week
It is the final week of the regular season of the high school baseball season, so of course big games are abundant. Playoff berths are guaranteed to the top two finishers in a four-team league (like the Crestview, North Hills, Surf and Wave leagues), the top three finishers in a five-team league (Se
5 reasons why the Ducks future is looking up
Qualifying for the Stanley Cup Playoffs is difficult. Sure, there’s always some criticism levied at the NHL postseason because more than half of the league — 16 out of 31 teams — make up the tournament. But ask franchises like Buffalo or Edmonton how difficult it is to consistently compete (or in th
Disney Heir Condemns Bob Iger’s ‘Insane’ Salary
Abigail Disney, grandniece of Walt Disney, had a few choice words about Disney CEO Robert Iger’s salary last Thursday, condemning his recently reported fiscal 2018 compensation of $65.6 million as “insane.” Speaking on a panel at last week’s Fast Company Impact Council, the noted filmmaker, philanth
Southern California Police Say Teen Lured to Assault With Dating App
SANTA ANA (AP) — Southern California police say a teenage victim of sexual assault was lured through a dating app. KABC-TV reports Santa Ana police arrested 59-year-old Michael Komoto April 18 on a charge of engaging in sex acts with a minor.
Opener strategy helps Halos snap losing streak
ANAHEIM -- The Angels employed the opener strategy for the first time this season and it helped them end a six-game losing streak. opened with a scoreless first before handing it over to.
COLUMN: Long Beach State Doesn’t Need A Mascot
The ancient tale of Siddhartha is about a man who sacrifices materialistic pursuits in order to find a more sustainable spiritually, and he ends up succeeding by finding peace in nothingness.