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  • Gas leak forces evacuations in downtown Evanston

    Gas leak forces evacuations in downtown Evanston
    A gas leak has forced the evacuation of several buildings in downtown Evanston, including the headquarters of Rotary International, authorities said. Utility workers hit a gas main at about 11:45 a.m. Saturday on Grove Street near the intersection of...
  • Community & Clubs: Rotary convention features Bill Gates

    As you read this column, I am attending the 2011 Rotary International Convention in New Orleans. More than 20,000 Rotarians have come to New Orleans from over 180 countries, including dozens of Rotarians from Costa Mesa and Irvine. President-elects...
  • Carl F. Graas, Jr.

      Carl F. Graas, Jr.   Carl F. Graas Jr., Glendale native and long-time merchant, passed away in Santa Barbara on October 21. Carl was born in 1923 to Carl and Adele Graas, attended Hoover High School and Pomona College. He served in the 100th...
  • Briefly In The News

    Karger holds presidential fundraiser Fred Karger, who has declared himself a Republican candidate for president, is planning a fundraiser at his Laguna Beach home. "I'm the first openly gay presidential candidate in history," Karger said. Karger was...
  • James Edgar Byron Sr., businessman, dies

    James Edgar Byron Sr., businessman, dies
    James Edgar "Jamie" Byron Sr., a former businessman and mayor who was a member of a political family with deep roots in Western Maryland, died July 2 of heart failure at his home in Shepherdstown, W.Va. The former Williamsport and Hagerstown resident was...
  • A reverence for helping the poor

    A reverence for helping the poor
    In the Ugandan town of Gulu and its surrounding villages, the locals call Peter Keller “Muzungo,” the Acholi word for white person. In Gulu, and in La Crescenta, where he has lived for 36 years, Keller oversees Aid Africa, the one non-...
  • Community & Clubs: Ringing in the holiday bells of service

    This is a busy time of the year for service clubs in Costa Mesa and Newport Beach. Some club members are ringing the Salvation Army bells and staffing the donation kettles at local shopping centers. Others, such as Exchange Clubs of Corona del Mar and...
  • Rotary International Rose Parade Float Needs Donations

    Gayle Anderson was live in Pasadena at the Rotary International Rose Parade Float "Inch Towards the End of Polio" being built by Phoenix Decorating. The recession is having an impact on the organization. Their float is in trouble. The organization needs...
  • Friday Night Lighs In The Morning Wrap Up and The Rose Bowl Oregon VS. Wisconsin College Football Game

    Gayle Anderson was live in Azusa with a wrap up on this year's California Interscholastic Federation High School Football. The City Championship winners are Narbonne. The State Championship winners are Sierra Canyon. For more information about...
  • Rose Parade Preparation Day Three: Kit Cat and Healthcare Foundation Rose Parade Floats

    Gayle Anderson was live in Irwindale at Fiesta Parade Floats to see some of the new participants in this year's Tournament of Roses Parade. During the 5am and 6am hours, Gayle showed the work performed on the Rose Parade Float being produced for the...
  • Rose Parade Preparation Day Four: Indonesia and Girl Scouts Rose Parade Floats

    Gayle Anderson was live in Irwindale at Fiesta Parade Floats to see some of the new participants in this year's Tournament of Roses Parade. During the 5am and 6am hours, Gayle showed the work performed on the Rose Parade Float being produced for the...