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  • Orange County Register
    In an unusual twist, not a single incumbent will run for Huntington Beach City Council this year. As of Thursday, a dozen residents had filed to run for three open seats. Councilwoman Jill Hardy
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  • YAHOO!
    California's most expensive summer destination is Huntington Beach, which ranks 7th most expensive in the U.S. at a nightly rate of $235. Three more Massachusetts cities—Provincetown ...
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  • Men's Journal on MSN.com
    Congress passed the Great American Outdoors Act (GAOA) with sweeping bipartisan support, which President Trump is expected to sign after tweeting his support back in early March. “When I sign it into law,
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  • NBC Los Angeles
    The Apple Fire raging in the mountains in the San Bernardino National Forest has blackened 27,569 acres, destroyed four homes and eight other structures, and is 30% contained this morning, authorities said.
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  • Orange County Register
    Huntington Beach Mayor Lyn Semeta and Councilman Patrick Brenden both announced Thursday, Aug. 6, that their names will not appear on the November ballot – leaving the election wide open.
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  • Orange County Register
    By the time the company received its original operating permit in 2006, the state was soon heading into yet another drought. The Regional Water Quality Control Board now is considering wastewater-discharge permits for the plant not long after the state emerged from one of the most grueling droughts in our history.
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  • Columbus Telegram
    Sylvan is survived by sister, Linda Sloup of Seward; son, Scott (Suzette) Zwick of Columbus; son, Sylvan Jr. (Rebecca) Zwick of Huntington Beach, California; grandson, Nathaniel (Tamara ...
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  • Heavy.com
    Ortiz, 45, has fought four times in the last five years. But “The Huntington Beach Bad Boy” went 3-1 over that stretch including a violent first-round thrashing of Liddell. Tyson didn’t name ...
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  • NBC Los Angeles
    If you're near Raw Bar by Slapfish on Aug. 5? Stop by the Huntington Beach seafooderie for your dollar-an-oyster deal. And if you order a dozen? A glass of Champagne is included, which the restaurant recommends sipping on the outdoor patio. And should be ...
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  • St. Louis Post-Dispatch
    Log in or Activate your account. On your next view you will be asked to: Subscribe today for unlimited access Subscribe today for unlimited access Already a subscriber? Log in or Activate your account. FILE - In this Nov. 13, 2013, file photo, Peter Lee ...
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  • Orange County Register
    tacomaria.com. Here are updates on two restaurants that closed previously: Bluegold/LXSO, Huntington Beach: The Pacific City restaurant had planned to reopen on Wednesday, July 3, following its message Monday, June 29 on Instagram about a closure without ...
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  • Orange County Register
    “The problem is we can’t get on our campuses,” said Jim Perry, athletic director for the Huntington Beach Union High School District. “I’m very hopeful. I’m very anxious to get going as soon as they say we can go. But he added: “The last ...
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  • Orange County Register
    The Apple fire, ignited by hot debris from a vehicle’s faulty exhaust, has destroyed 12 structures, four of them homes, authorities said Tuesday, Aug. 4, as the blaze continued to move deeper into the San Bernardino Mountains.
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  • Military.com
    White also served during the Korean War. After he retired from the Marine Corps, White worked for the Huntington Beach Police Department as a reserve officer then as a full-fledged officer and eventually became a jailer. White volunteered 30 years with the ...
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  • CBS News 8
    There seems to be four hot spots. "So up off Santa Barbara, Ventura, Long Beach, Huntington Beach, Dana Point and off north San Diego county," said Lowe. This summer, lifeguards have made sightings off Imperial Beach and Coronado, but because of military ...
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