Newly-appointed Buena Park Mayor Fred Smith initiated the Oath of Office to the 2020 officers of the Buena Park Historical Society recently during the group’s monthly dinner meeting at the Knott’s Berry Farm Hotel. Officers are sworn in for two-year terms and include President Chris Brown, who also serves on
At this time of year, many Christian churches celebrate the season with special Christmas concerts and devotionals. The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints is no exception. An annual Christmas Concert is held each year during December that brings together invited local city representatives, congregants, families and their friends.
A trial regarding “Carpetbagger” signs began Monday, December 9, 2019, before the The Honorable Beatriz Gordon at the North Justice Center, Orange County, Fullerton, California. After deliberations, the jury declared they were hung 10 to 2 for not guilty. Having hard all of the evidence during the trial, and upon
At a time in her life when she was looking forward to being a full-time grandmother to her five, soon-to-be-sixth, grandchild, Louise Hawk of Buena Park, has been called to serve as the local President of the Relief Society organization of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. What
Twenty-year-old Kole Brodowski, from Garden Grove, can’t remember a time that he didn’t want to serve a mission for his church, The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Missionaries are one of the most recognized characteristics of the Church. It’s not uncommon to spot the young men donned in
A group of young speakers from local high schools recently seemed more like a group from the United Nations as they addressed the topic of “Freedom of the Press – What does it Mean?” The diverse group represented Korean-born, Venezuelan-born; of Mexican heritage, East-Indian-born and American-born of Belizean (Belize) parents.