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  • Two locals shine in national travel baseball tournament

    Two Laguna Beach athletes Cutter Clawson and Kolton Freeman played key roles for the Baseball Performance Academy Team Rawlings Elite Under-11 team in national tournament play. Clawson, a left-handed pitcher and first baseman, and Freeman, a third...
  • Joe Surf: Paddle out for Mongoose Cup

    It looks easy and fun, so more and more people are getting up on those big, sturdy boards. Find a spot where it is flat and get out there. Stand up and paddle. Stand-up paddleboarding is common in Huntington Harbour and other local harbors, and also at...
  • Joe Surf: Newport surfer rising

    Chase Wilson, welcome to the big time. While Wilson's rise in the ranks in the Assn. of Surfing Professionals' Juniors events is no secret, he took a major step last weekend just a few miles north of his Newport Beach home in the ASP Vans Pier Classic on...
  • Haakenson: Pribram on his way to Tijuana for a great cause

    Haakenson: Pribram on his way to Tijuana for a great cause
    Right now, there's a good chance Laguna Beach's James Pribram is on a standup paddleboard, off the Southern California coast probably in North San Diego County. Whether or not he's having fun is debatable, but there is no doubt Pribram is doing something...
  • Greer's OC: Back-to-school sales at HSS

    Back-to-school shopping is already starting at Huntington Surf and Sport. All four HSS stores will open Friday at 8 a.m. and the sale will continue through Sunday. A sidewalk sale will take place outside and prices in entire store will be reduced 20%...
  • Mailbag: Trees nothing but a danger to everyone

    In response to Ms. Blurock's letter dated Aug. 3, "The 'old spirit' of Laguna is still alive," it is incredible to me how one homeowner can hold the entire neighborhood hostage. Her "large grove of Eucalyptus trees" in North Laguna are a danger to nearby...
  • Mailbag: Paddleout was a successful trip

    Sometimes the best trips are the ones we almost don't go on. I loved the idea of stand-up paddling along the coast and being a part of the Clean Water Initiative, which works to raise awareness of sewage spills, plastic pollution and urban run-off in the...
  • Joe Surf: Perfection not enough for Slater

    The surfing world is still buzzing about the final heat in last week's Rip Curl Pro, the second contest in the Assn. of Surfing Professionals' World Tour schedule at Bells Beach in Australia. Kelly Slater, who seems to be leaning toward making a...
  • Joe Surf: Hundreds paddle out to remember Surfline.com founder

    A couple hundred people paddled out on the south side of the Huntington Beach Pier Sunday while hundreds more lined the pier or stood on the sand to honor Surfline.com founder Sean Collins, who died of a heart attack Dec. 26. Collins' two sons, Tyler and...
  • Quiksilver's new store

    Quiksilver's new store
  • Briefs: Schmidt shines

    Michael Schmidt helped the Costa Mesa Middle School skateboarding team win the National Scholastic Skateboarding League contest Feb. 10 at Quiksilver's Door 33 warehouse in Huntington Beach. Schmidt finished first in the middle school street...