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statewide water restrictions take effect June 1, 2015.

Golden State Water underestimates interest in public meeting on water use

Golden State Water underestimates interest in public meeting on water use, promises another public meeting soon Last Wednesday evening, Ken Vecchiarelli, local area General Manager for Golden State Water Company, began his pres...
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Detailed information on races scheduled May 22 through May 24 at Los Alamitos Race Course

Detailed information on races scheduled May 15 through May 17 at Los Alamitos Race Course provided by Los Alamitos Race Course: Friday, May 22 Saturday, May 23 Sunday, May 24
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Cypress police blotter, May 11 to May 17, 2015

The items shown below are selected from the logs of the Cypress Police Department. No inference of guilt is implied in showing any item in the Cypress police blotter. May 11, 2015 Fraud – 4:21 p.m. – 6800 block of K...
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2nd St. Band

Gregg Young & the 2nd St. Band to perform at Cypress Concerts on the Green

The award-winning Gregg Young & the 2nd St. Band is pleased to announce that lead vocalist, Andrea “Little Etta” Palm, is singing with the band once again after all most a year. After multiple surgeries, she is coming ...
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Pedal to the Finish

Anytime Fitness Cypress to host Pedal to the Finish event

Anytime Fitness Cypress is hosting a Pedal to the Finish spinning event on June 6, 2015, 10:00 a.m. Pedal to the Finish, presented by SELF, is a grassroots program benefiting the American Cancer Society that motivates people to...
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active seniors

Free Advance Care Planning workshop on Monday, May 18

St. Irenaeus Parish invites everyone to a free workshop on Advance Care Planning so that anyone over 18 can join the conversation about important choices for living and dying. The program is brought to our community by the Oran...
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St. Irenaeus Fiesta on track for June 26, 27, and 28

Save the date! The annual St. Irenaeus Fiesta is on track for the last weekend of June, beginning Friday, June 26, continuing through Saturday, June 27, and ending with a traditional big, big drawing on Sunday, June 28. This ye...
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Kevin Yoon

Oxford Academy scholarship recipient Kevin Yoon recognized by City Council

The Cypress City Council recognized Kevin Yoon of Oxford Academy for being the recipient of a $40,000 scholarship from Southern California Edison. The scholarship is intended to help nurture scholars in science, technology, eng...
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Detailed information on races scheduled May 15 through May 17 at Los Alamitos Race Course

Detailed information on races scheduled May 15 through May 17 at Los Alamitos Race Course provided by Los Alamitos Race Course: Friday, May 15 Saturday, May 16 Sunday, May 17
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Boys & Girls Club of Cypress members Isabel B. and Priyasi P. enjoy some delicious nachos at Summer Preview Night. Courtesy photo.

Cypress Boys and Girls Club turns 40, throws party at Summer Preview Night

The Boys & Girls Club hosted a Summer Preview Night on Friday, May 8 in honor of the Club’s 40th birthday. The Club opened its doors in 1975 and has been serving hundreds of our community’s youth in a fun, safe, and enr...
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National Police Week

Cypress City Council recognizes National Police Week

At the regular meeting of the Cypress City Council on Monday, May 11, the City Council presented a proclamation recognizing May 10-16, 2015, as National Police Week in Cypress. In 1962, President John F. Kennedy declared May 15...
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Shown left to right after delivering George’s repaired bike are Cypress Mayor Rob Johnson, George, Cypress Police Sergeant Matt Timney, and Interim Police Chief Rod Cox. Photo by C.E.H. Wiedel.

Cypress man receives repaired bike courtesy of Police and local bike shop

A developmentally challenged adult, George lives with his sister’s family and often rides his bike around Cypress to get where he needs to go. Not long ago, George was riding his bike along Ball Rd. near Sorrento when he ...
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New Executive Board of the Woman's Club of Cypress: L-R: Program Chairman Louise Beirei, Publicity Chairman Kathi McGraw, Treasurer Donna Holder, Recording Secretary Carole Stone, President Veena Narain, Second Vice-President/Membership Co-Chairs Judy Wagner and Sue Fardette, First Vice-President/Dean Co-Chairs Maria Sterk and Gina Cheifer, and Parliamentarian Stacy Berry. (Not pictured Communications Secretary Patty Boggs). Courtesy photo.

Woman’s Club of Cypress installs new board, honors 50-year member Bobbie Bloch

The Woman’s Club of Cypress (WCC) installed its 2015-2016 executive board of directors at its May 6 luncheon held at the Cypress Courtyard by Marriott. Installing officers were Cypress Mayor Pro Tem Mariellen Yarc and Cypress...
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Members of Girl Scout Troop 3239 & 2800 collecting change to help persons displaced by the Graham St. fire. Courtesy photo.

Girl Scouts at Morris Elementary collect change to help fire victims

Girl Scout Troops 3239 and 2800 based at Juliet Morris Elementary School leaped into action in response to a recent fire that three up to two hundred people onto Graham St. with barely the clothes on their back. Some of those m...
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