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OC Register finally found on our driveway

Posted October 21, 2014 by shelley

My household is happy to be able to say that today’s edition of the Orange County Register appeared at the end of our driveway this morning. We had been been reduced to reading political mailers over our breakfast cereal. Or working crossword puzzles saved from prior days’ newspapers. We will have to wait to see […]

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Former CIF-SS Council President Godfrey passes way

Posted October 17, 2014 by courtesy

The CIF Southern Section expresses its deepest sympathies in the passing of former CIF Southern Section Council President Margie Godfrey. Godfrey passed away last night after an extended battle with cancer. Godfrey, the first female president in the history of the organization and the 77th overall, spent most of her career in the Long Beach […]

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Guest editorial: Former Cypress mayor supports Measures Q and R

Posted October 16, 2014 by courtesy

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 your audience of the role that this City Council and City staff quietly played to […]

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Long-time Rossmoor residents Dave and Rebecca Lata. Courtesy photo.
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Long-time Rossmoor resident seeking kidney donor

Posted October 14, 2014 by courtesy

For the last two years, my husband, David Lara, has been my caretaker in helping me battle terminal cancer. He has successfully changed my status from being terminal cancer to now just a person who has cancer and is being monitored. Unfortunately, this stress has taken a toll on him as he lost one of […]

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Outside PAC mailers for Cypress candidates Paolo Morales and Jon Peat

Posted October 14, 2014 by shelley

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 spent thousands of dollars printing literature on behalf of Cypress City Council candidates Stacy Berry, Paolo Morales, and Jon Peat — without the […]

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Contributions received by Cypress City Council candidates [Updated]

Posted October 14, 2014 by shelley

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 $1000 in contributions is expected, a candidate is required to file Form 470 “no later than the […]

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Pictured left to right are Youth Center after school children Nathan Gonzalez, Abraham Macias, Gregory Wong, and Pearson Sapiga enjoying the new dual hooped indoor basketball game that was purchased thanks to a grant from the Run Seal Beach committee. Photo courtesy of The Youth Center.
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Youth Center thanks Run Seal Beach for its new sports equipment

Posted October 12, 2014 by courtesy

More than a hundred kids at the Youth Center’s after school program in Los Alamitos are now enjoying new indoor/outdoor sports equipment thanks to a $2,900 grant from the Run Seal Beach committee. New indoor equipment includes a dual-hooped basketball game, ping pong table, pool sticks and air hockey game playing pieces. New outdoor equipment […]

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Army deserter LeClaire sentenced to 90 years to life for Cypress murder

Posted October 10, 2014 by courtesy

A United States Army deserter was sentenced today to 90 years to life in state prison plus a determinate sentence of 11 years and four months in state prison for shooting and murdering an acquaintance and seriously wounding the defendant’s father and another man in an unprovoked shooting at a Cypress hotel. Steven Matthew LeClaire […]

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Three confirmed cases of enterovirus D68 in Orange County

Posted October 10, 2014 by courtesy

The Orange County Health Care Agency has received confirmation from the California Department of Public Health (CDPH) that three patients in Orange County have tested positive for enterovirus D68. The three patients, all of them children, are unrelated and are not linked with any community outbreak of the illness. There has been an increase in […]

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Los Alamitos Elementary School Principal Songhie Okino at a Chamber of Commerce event in 2011. Photo by C.E.H. Wiedel.
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Los Al Elementary Principal Okino honored as among America’s Best

Posted October 9, 2014 by shelley

Sunghie P. Okino is among 61 outstanding elementary and middle school principals from across the nation and abroad who have been named as 2014 National Distinguished Principals (NDP) by the National Association of Elementary School Principals (NAESP). Okino is principal of Los Alamitos Elementary School (LAE) in Los Alamitos, California. The NDPs will be honored […]

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Cypress City Council candidate Mike Schoppman campaigning on Tuesday, Oct. 8, 2014. Photo via his Facebook timeline.
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Candidate Schoppman responds

Posted October 9, 2014 by courtesy

To the Editor of the OC Breeze RE: Article Titled: Cypress Council race turns weird | October 8th, 2014 Today was National Walk to School Day and I started off the day by walking my kids to school and then afterwards I decided to walk back home, making sure to walk down as many streets […]

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The kindergarten area of A.E. Arnold Elementary School, part of Cypress School District. Photo by C.E.H. Wiedel.
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Cypress Council race turns weird

Posted October 8, 2014 by shelley

We received an odd phone tip this morning. The woman said that an “inappropriately dressed man” was in front of the kindergarten at A.E. Arnold Elementary School on Denni St. yelling at parents, and that the police had been called. She identified the man as one of the candidates running for Cypress City Council. I […]

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