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  • William Ernest (Ernie/Coach) Johnson

    William Ernest (Ernie/Coach) Johnson
    William Ernest (Ernie/Coach) Johnson Legendary football coach, Ernie Johnson, 87, of San Juan Capistrano, California passed away at his home on September 15, 2013. Ernie was born October 12, 1925 in Bruceville, Texas to William and Bessie Johnson. The...
  • Cal State Long Beach provost appointed interim president

    Cal State Long Beach provost appointed interim president
    Donald J. Para, provost and senior vice president for academic affairs at Cal State Long Beach, was appointed Thursday as interim president while the college searches for a successor to the departing F. King Alexander. During 26 years at the Long...
  • Friends, family remember a cheerful, friendly woman

    Friends, family remember a cheerful, friendly woman
    Kelly Morehouse had aspirations to become a teacher, like her parents. She earned her bachelor's degree in elementary education from Cal State Long Beach in May and started talking with Circle View first-grade teacher Heather Pouelsen. She was...
  • 'It all begins with books'

    'It all begins with books'
    Harbor Day School in Newport Beach was built with a library at its center. Students filter through it all day, and librarian-taught classes rotate in. The lessons often include activities such as kids feeding their "bookworm" earth worms or using...
  • Around Town: Singing at the pier and helping out in Thailand

    Around Town: Singing at the pier and helping out in Thailand
    Notables Performing her patriotic duties Jenn Lucas sang the national anthem at the Huntington Beach Pier on the Fourth of July with Mayor Pro Tem Matthew Harper by her side. Lucas was also last year's national anthem singer. She is the former...
  • Tuesday's local college roundup: Hokies' season opener vs. Alabama in Atlanta sells out

    Football: Virginia Tech's season opener against two-time defending national champion Alabama, at 5:30 p.m. Aug. 31 at the Georgia Dome in Atlanta, has sold out. ... Old Dominion canceled a 2014 game at Charlotte, one of its future rivals in...
  • Cal State trustees approve pay for six presidents -- with no raises

    Cal State trustees approve pay for six presidents -- with no raises
    The California State University Board of Trustees on Tuesday set compensation for six campus presidents, with none receiving a raise. Presidents Willie J. Hagan at Dominguez Hills will receive $295,000; Eduardo M. Ochoa at Monterey Bay, $270,315;...
  • Water Polo: CdM Grey ready for action

    Water Polo: CdM Grey ready for action
    There are many reasons why the CdM Aquatics Grey 18-and-under boys' team plans to have a good time at this year's USA Water Polo Junior Olympics. Two of the captains from last year's CdM high school team, Newport-Mesa Player of the Year Reid Chase...
  • Trash talk and the real dirt on a 'toxic tour' of Los Angeles

    Trash talk and the real dirt on a 'toxic tour' of Los Angeles
    You won't find any homes of the stars on this tour bus as it shuttles rubber-necking sightseers through Los Angeles. You may not even see the Hollywood sign through the haze from the smokestacks, rail yards and refineries along this "toxic tour" through...
  • College recruiters give low-income public campuses fewer visits

    College recruiters give low-income public campuses fewer visits
    The Webb Schools, a private high school in Claremont, is a magnet for college recruiters from around the country and the world. This fall, 113 Ivy League and other schools sent representatives to the campus — more than the 106 students in the senior...
  • Cal State students protest for rollback of 'success fees'

    Cal State students protest for rollback of 'success fees'
    Dozens of students rallied at a meeting of the California State University governing board Wednesday, chanting and hoisting signs that urged the chancellor and trustees to rollback “success fees” that are raising costs on many campuses. More...