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  • New Allen football coach says he's up to the challenge

     
    I have just talked with James Brown, Jr., the new Allen football coach. I expected to be talking with a young man with little experience, but Brown is 51 years old. He played football at Liberty in the late 1970s and left school to join the Marine Corps....
  • Vacation turns to evacuation in Hawaii

    Renee Enna was enjoying a leisurely afternoon while vacationing in Maui when the news hit: A tsunami was headed for the Hawaiian islands after a massive quake in Japan. “We were out sight seeing during the day and just returned home from dinner,&...
  • Hawaii Orders Evacuations In Tsunami Threat

    Hawaii Orders Evacuations In Tsunami Threat
    Hawaii ordered evacuations from coastal areas due to the threat of a tidal wave set off by Friday's earthquake in Japan as a tsunami warning was extended to the whole of the Pacific basin, except mainland United States and Canada. Authorities also...
  • Tsunami Waves Reach 7 Feet in Hawaii, No Major Damage

    Tsunami Waves Reach 7 Feet in Hawaii, No Major Damage
    HONOLULU , Hawaii -- The ripple effect of Japan's deadly earthquake and tsunami appeared Friday to spare Hawaii and the U.S. mainland from major damage, although it damaged vessels and washed fish up on the shore in Maui. A tsunami warning in Hawaii...
  • Tsunami swamps Hawaii beaches

    Tsunami waves swamped Hawaii beaches and brushed the U.S. western coast Friday but didn't immediately cause major damage after devastating Japan and sparking evacuations throughout the Pacific. Water rushed up on roadways and into hotel lobbies on the...
  • NorCal man drowns trying to photograph tsunami

    NorCal man drowns trying to photograph tsunami
    SAN DIEGO -- A 25-year-old man who was washed out to sea while trying to photograph the tsunami in northern California was confirmed dead Friday, according to Del Norte, California, authorities. The man was the only known death in the U.S. caused by...
  • Ruth Lepisto Frazer

    Ruth Lepisto Frazer  Ruth Lepisto Frazer was  born  June 4, 1917, Wakefield, Michigan,  and died  February 28, 2011, Honolulu, HI.   Ruth met her husband Bob in Ann Arbor Michigan at a dance, where she was introduced to him by her elder sister...
  • Continental's JWA Hawaii service halted for now

    Starting Tuesday, Continental Airlines will put its service between John Wayne Airport and Hawaii on hold as the carrier adjusts its schedules to meet seasonal passenger demand, said Jenny Wedge, a spokeswoman for the airport. The airline, which began...
  • Book selection features love, joy, bitterness

    The La Caņada Flintridge One City One Book Committee is transporting readers to the Hawaiian Islands with this year's book selection, "Honolulu," the tale of a Korean mail-order bride who, after escaping a bitter marriage, learns to independently navigate...
  • Catalina trips still on

    Catalina trips still on
    NEWPORT BEACH — Though confusion surfaced when Catalina Flyer took its main boat out of service for retrofitting, the company is using a backup catamaran to ferry offseason passengers between Newport Beach and Avalon. A tour boat built by Geo...
  • Presidential Birth Certificate Opinions In New Orleans

    Presidential Birth Certificate Opinions In New Orleans
    President Obama showed off his birth certificate amid rumors that he wasn't born in the United States. The long form certificate states Obama was born in Honolulu, Hawaii, even though some people doubt it, and think he may have been born overseas.  "We...