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Anaheim Hills Teenager Collects Donated Baseball Equipment for Poor Nicaraguan Kids

And now some happy news about an act of good Christian charity by a young man from Anaheim Hills. From the Orange County Register (my apologies to OCR for lifting nearly the entire article): Teenager thinks outside the batter’s box O.C. student collects, cleans and donates baseball equipment to deliver to Nicaraguan children. John-Paul Velasquez slides through photos on his ...

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The Tourism Industry is an Economic Powerhouse for CA and OC

Here is a timely column that OC Business Council President and CEO Lucy Dunn penned for timely column last week for Fox and Hounds, on the how tourism is key to the economy of Orange County and the state. Here’s an excerpt: Orange County’s 42 miles of coastline is home to the best beaches in the world, including Newport Beach, ...

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Anaheim Police Sergeant Calls for Reforms, Blasts APD Leadership

Sgt. Tony Montanarella of the Anaheim Police Department penned a column that appeared in the OC Register yesterday (for those who unable to penetrate the paywall, here’s a PDF of the op-ed). Sgt. Montanarella calls out three areas in which he urges reform: “Promote and advance the most qualified and most experienced candidates.” “Capitalize and take full advantage of all ...

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County-Sponsored Community Clean-Up in La Colonia Independencia This Saturday

The County of Orange is sponsoring a community clean-up this Saturday in the unincorporated Anaheim community of La Colonia Independencia. According to this news release from the office of Supervisor Shawn Nelson: The County of Orange will hold a Clean-Up Day in the La Colonia  Independencia Community on Saturday, July 27, 2013, from 8:00 a.m. until the dumpsters are full. ...

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OC Labor Federation’s Tefere Gebre Being Tapped for No. 2 Spot in Nat’l AFL-CIO

As executive director of the Orange County Labor Federation, Tefere Gebre has been a vocal opponent of The Honda Center‘s decision to bring in-house its food service operation – which had been contracted to Aramark, whose workers belong to the militant UNITE-HERE union. During public comments at the May 14 Anaheim City Council meeting, Gebre falsely claimed The Honda Center ...

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On the Lighter Side: Peacock Roams Anaheim Hills

On the lighter side of things, the Orange County Register published an article on a peacock that has been roaming around Anaheim Hills for a year or so: He goes by the names Charlie, Paulie, Boo Boo and Diego. But no matter what name he’s called, Anaheim Hills residents know the community’s biggest celebrity– a peacock. The giant bird roams ...

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Scenes from Anti-Police March in Anaheim

Nothing says “peaceful community dialogue” like berets and para-military uniforms: 1:42 pm: Speaker just told the approving crowd that “Justice is only won in the street.” 1:47 pm: the protest leaders just finished a rousing chorus of “up with the people, down with the police.” This is like being in Berkeley. Or Oakland. Some more photos: A nice parent-child Sunday ...

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Adam Ant at The Grove of Anaheim Tonight

Adam Ant is playing at The City National Grove of Anaheim tonight at 7:00 p.m. Adam Ant is one of those musical figures who are emblematic of an era, in this case the early 1980s. The catalog of New Wave classics is long: Stand and Deliver Antmusic Los Rancheros Dog Eat Dog Kings of the Wild Fontier Jolly Roger Goody ...

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AD65 Watch: Young Kim Raises $150,000 At A Single Event

This came over the transom this morning from the Young Kim for Assembly campaign: Young Kim Raises $150,000 at First Event FULLERTON, CA – – Republican Young Kim, still “testing the waters” in the 65th Assembly district, is finding them to be very inviting. Kim raised $150,000 at her first event, held last Thursday evening in Buena Park. “I have ...

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Judge Continues Stay on ACLU Elections Lawsuit Against Anaheim

Judge Franz Miller has continued the stay on the ACLU lawsuit against the City of Anaheim (Moreno v Anaheim) until July 30. My understanding it is to give the city more time to implement the ordinance creating residency-based, at-large council districts. That is good news for Anaheim, bad news for the campaign to carve the city into multiple ethnic fiefdoms. ...

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