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Expanded candidate statement: Diana D. Hill, Los Alamitos Unified School District Board of Trustees

Diana D. Hill is running for re-election to the Board of Trustees of the Los Alamitos Unified School District. Ms. Hill originally responded to our invitation to all local candidates to send us a photo and a statement for publi...
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Dr. Jeffrey I. Barke, candidate for Los Alamitos School Board. Courtesy photo.

Expanded candidate statement: Jeffrey I. Barke, M.D., Los Alamitos Unified School District Board of Trustees

Dr. Jeffrey I. Barke is running for re-election to the Board of Trustees of the Los Alamitos Unified School District. Dr. Barke originally responded to our invitation to all local candidates to send us a photo and a statement f...
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Marketing and more: Sign language

Yard signs … Fence signs … Wall signs – wherever you look, there are signs posted urging you to vote for a particular candidate or support a specific proposition. Many people grumble about the landscape being littered wit...
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Letter to the Editor: Response to Valery Wagner’s letter to the Event Newspaper

I am curious as to why, in her letter to the Orange County Breeze, Cypress School Board President Valeri Wagner does not answer material questions regarding Measure M Bonds and upcoming Measures Q and R? Ms. Wagner complains ab...
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Guest editorial: Former Cypress mayor supports Measures Q and R

Hello. I’m Tim Keenan, former Mayor of the City of Cypress. I’m here tonight because I’m concerned about some of the misinformation floating around about Measures Q & R that are on the ballot for Nov. 4, and to remind...
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Letter to the editor: Writing, the “forgotten R,” must be brought back

The time has come for me to write about writing – my passion, my life’s work, my hobby, the core of my educational philosophy, and right now, the largest source of my frustration with education. With No Child Left Behind, w...
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Outside PAC mailers for Cypress candidates Paolo Morales and Jon Peat

In an article published earlier today on Contributions received by Cypress City Council candidates, I highlighted that our local municipal election had somehow attracted an outside political action committee (PAC) that had spen...
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Contributions received by Cypress City Council candidates [Updated]

California state law requires a candidate to file a Form 460 detailing both contributions and expenditures for their campaign if the candidate expects to receive more than a $1000 in contributions in a year. If less than a $100...
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Retired military intelligence officer to speak on ISIS and other foreign issues

Please join the 405-605 Tea Party Patriots on Oct. 21 at Rush Park Auditorium, 3001 Blume Drive in Rossmoor at 7:00 p.m. Our speaker will be Col. Jon H. Gold, U.S. Army retired. Col. Gold is a career Military Intelligence Offic...
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Letter to the Editor: Cypress needs a better plan than Measures Q and R

In opposing Measures Q and R, our problem is not with selling Mackay School and/or improving the Cypress School District Headquarters, but how it is being done. In voting NO on Q and R, residents stand for a better plan. Instea...
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Letter to the Editor: Response to George Pardon’s letters and rebuttal to Measures Q and R

It is not news that George Pardon is not a fan of the Cypress School District, even though his wife retired as a teacher from one of our schools. His disdain for the system that educates our students is however a surprise to me...
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Cypress candidates forum on Oct. 9, 2014. Photo by Katie Wiedel.

Cypress City Council candidates participate in forum at Cypress College

The seven candidates vying for the three open seats on the Cypress City Council met for a well-attended public forum at Cypress College on the evening of Thursday, Oct. 9. Stacy Berry, Nancy Kyllingstad, Paulo Morales, Jon Peat...
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Cypress College, 11th President, Dr. Bob Simpson

Cypress College President to speak to Chamber on effectiveness of school bonds

Cypress College President Dr. Bob Simpson will be the guest speaker at the Chamber of Commerce Networking Breakfast Tuesday, Oct. 14, at the Residence Inn by Marriott, 4931 Katella Ave. in Cypress, at 7:30 a.m. Dr. Simpson will...
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Jay Sondhi, candidate for Cypress City Council. Courtesy photo.

Candidate statement: Jay Sondhi, Cypress City Council

Jay Sondhi is running for election to one of three open seats on the Cypress City Council. Mr. Sondhi responded to our invitation, extended at a recent candidates forum, to all local candidates to send us a photo and a statemen...
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