San Juan seeks input on River Street proposal

A consultant employed by the city is concerning to begin a research to check out possible ecological effects from River Street, a suggested farm-themed, 61,000-square-foot commercial venture suggested on 5.6 acres alongside the Los Rios Historic Area.

The city welcomes the public to a conference at 5 p.m. Jan. 24 at the Community Center, 25925 Camino del Avion. Attendees could discover the job and recommend locations they wish to see covered in the environmental record.

Concerns? Contact the city’& rsquo; s elderly coordinator David Contreras at dcontreras@sanjuancapistrano.org.

CIF-SS girls basketball polls: Tuesday, Jan. 16

The CIF-SS ladies basketball polls launched Tuesday, Jan. 16.

As chosen by the CIF-SS Girls Basketball Advisory Committee

OPEN DEPARTMENT WATCHLIST
(Updated watchlist will be launched on Jan. 29)
Alemany
Diocesan Montgomery
Brea Olinda
Camarillo
Canyon
Centennial/Corona
Chaminade
Etiwanda
Glendora
Harvard-Westlake
Mater Dei
Long Coastline Poly
Redondo Union
Ribet Academy
Serra
Sierra Canyon
Valley Sight
West Torrance
Windward

DEPARTMENT 1
1 Windward
2 Harvard-Westlake
3 Sierra Canyon
4 Etiwanda
5 Alemany
6 Mater Dei
7 Serra
8 Brea Olinda
9 Long Beach Poly
10 Canyon/Canyon Country
11 Diocesan Montgomery
12 Chaminade
13 West Torrance
14 Centennial/Corona
15 Valley Sight
16 Rosary

DIVISION 2AA
1 Redondo Union
2 Camarillo
3 Mark Keppel
4 Lynwood
5 JSerra
6 La Canada
7 St. Paul
T8 Cajon
T8 Foothill
10 Los Osos
11 Canyon/Anaheim
12 Crescenta Valley
13 Santa Margarita
14 Norco
15 Aliso Niguel
T16 Buena
T16 Tesoro

DEPARTMENT 2A
1 Ribet Academy
2 Glendora
3 Downey
4 Righetti
5 Village Christian
6 Arroyo Valley
7 Kennedy
8 Summitt
9 Upland
10 Dana Hills
11 University
12 Diocesan Amat
13 Hart
14 Westminster
T15 Twentynine Palms
T15 Murrieta Valley

DIVISION 3AA
1 Lancaster
2 Culver City
3 Rancho Verde
4 Pasadena
5 Cabrillo/Lompoc
6 Ayala
7 Palos Verdes
8 Warren
9 Crossroads
10 Rancho Cucamonga
11 Sunny Hills
12 Trabuco Hills
13 Chino
14 Covina
15 Viewpoint
16 South Hills

DIVISION 3A
1 Oxford Academy
2 Beverly Hills
3 St. Mary’s Academy
4 Cerritos
5 Saugus
6 Flintridge Prep
7 Pacifica/Oxnard
8 Whittier Christian
9 La Salle
10 Moorpark
11 Objective College Preparation
12 Hemet
13 San Luis Obispo
14 Chaparral
15 Murrieta Mesa
16 Santa Monica

DEPARTMENT 4AA
1 Foothill Technology
2 Brentwood
3 St. Bonaventure
4 Ontario
5 Knight
6 Bell Gardens
7 Holy place City
8 San Marcos
9 Oak Park
10 Sage Hillside
11 Gabrielino
12 Paso Robles
13 Whitney
14 Oxnard
15 Alhambra
16 St. Joseph/Santa Maria

DEPARTMENT 4A
1 Rolling Hills Prep
2 Cathedral City
3 Pasadena Poly
4 Rosemead
5 San Marino
6 Divine superintendence
7 Dominguez
8 Northview
9 Aquinas
10 Chadwick
11 Templeton
12 Rancho Mirage
13 St. Genevieve
14 Maranatha
15 Saddleback Valley Christian
16 Arroyo

DEPARTMENT 5AAA
1 Hueneme
2 Desert Christian Academy
3 Pilibos
4 Orcutt Academy
5 Santa Clara
6 Mayfield
7 Mesa Grande Academy
8 Ontario Christian
9 Archer
10 Large Bear
11 Workman
12 Glenn
13 Artesia
14 Mountain Sight
15 Calvary Chapel/Downey
16 Marshall

DIVISION 5AA
1 Grace Brethren
2 Mary Star of the Sea
3 Anaheim
4 Arrowhead Christian
5 Riverside Preparation
6 Xavier Preparation
7 St. Pius x-St. Matthias
T8 Academy Careers/Exploration
T8 Diocesan Diego
10 Nordhoff
11 Milken Area
12 Spiritual Heart of Jesus
13 Hesperia Christian
14 Providence
15 Western Christian
16 Fillmore

DIVISION 5A
1 Oakwood
2 Eastside Christian
3 Garey
4 Nuview Bridge
5 Lancaster Baptist
T6 Tarbut V’ Torah
T6 Victory Valley Christian
8 Cobalt Institute
9 Pacifica/Santa Monica
10 Crossroads Christian
11 Calvary Murrieta
12 Pomona Catholic
13 Palm Valley
14 Hillcrest Christian
15 Connelly
T16 CSDR
T16 Adventist

Orange County boys basketball rebounds leaders: Jan. 15 update

The Orange County boys basketball recoiling leaders through Jan. 14.

Leaderboards are based on statistics readily available each Monday early morning.

No. Call GP Reb RPG
1 Mehkel Harvey,
Ocean Sight
18 225 12.5
2 Brandon Limon, Acaciawood 9 103 11.4
3 Festus Ndumanya,
Capistrano Valley Christian
18 195 10.8
4 Luke Hosozawa, Sunny Hills 18 180 10.0
5 Sam Howlin, La Habra 19 183 9.6
6 Brendan Harrick, Esperanza 17 151 8.9
7 Edward Williams, Katella 7 61 8.7
8 Josh Griffith,
Pacifica Christian
17 146 8.6
9 Harminder Dhaliwal, Aliso Niguel 21 175 8.3
10 Sebastian Castro, Garden Grove 9 75 8.3
11 Ben Kayekjian, Acaciawood 9 72 8.0
12 Brennan Hellmers, Foothill 19 149 7.8
13 Nathaniel Washington, Ocean View 16 125 7.8
14 Omar Bueno, Godinez 20 156 7.8
15 Jake Miller, Yorba Linda 19 146 7.7
16 Tyler Clark, Brea Olinda 17 129 7.6
17 Jorge Torres, Katella 16 119 7.4
18 Alex Bray, University 15 111 7.4
19 David Lucio, Loara 17 121 7.1
21 Quentin Watts,
Trabuco Hills
19 133 7.0
22 Jacob Eyman,
Los Alamitos
11 77 7.0

Laguna Woods to hold quarterly shredding event Jan. 26 at St. Nicholas Church

The City of Laguna Woods as well as Waste Administration of Orange Area will certainly organize their next quarterly shredding event 12:30 to 3:30 p.m. Friday, Jan. 26 in the car park of St. Nicholas Church, 24252 El Toro Road.

Homeowners will certainly be able to hand over delicate records for shredding by an adhered firm at a safe and secure center. Please keep in mind that this is a drop-off occasion just; papers will not be shredded on-site. Please bring no greater than 5 boxes or bags per vehicle as well as get rid of binders and also huge binder clips prior to the occasion.

Do not bring newspapers or publications. Rather, dispose of them in reusing containers. Concerns? Call Town Hall at 949-639-0500.

Ex-Orange County residents recount panic in Hawaii when missile alarm sounded

  • Amanda Olson, right, of Kauai, rushed home to her husband Jack, her daughter Isabella, left, and son Jacksen, above, Saturday morning thinking it might be her last chance to see them. The Olsons, like all of Hawaii, had received an alert of a ballistic missile threat that turned out to be a false alarm. (Courtesy of Amanda Olson)

    Amanda Olson, right, of Kauai, rushed house to her spouse Jack, her daughter Isabella, left, and also son Jacksen, above, Saturday morning thinking it may be her last chance to see them. The Olsons, like all of Hawaii, had actually received an alert of a ballistic missile danger that transformed out to be a dud. (Politeness of Amanda Olson)

  • Eugene Tanner of Oahu called and told his dad he loved him during panicked preparations to take shelter on Saturday morning. Tanner, like all Hawaiians, received an alert warning of a ballistic missile threat that turned out to be a false alarm. (Courtesy of Eugene Tanner)

    Eugene Tanner of Oahu called and also informed his dad he enjoyed him during worried prep work to take shelter on Saturday early morning. Tanner, like all Hawaiians, obtained a sharp warning of a ballistic missile hazard that became a dud. (Thanks To Eugene Tanner)

  • This screencap from Eugene Tanner’s phone shows the official alert and a news flash warning of an inbound ballistic missile that turned out to be a false alarm. (Courtesy of Eugene Tanner)

    This screencap from Eugene Tanner’s phone reveals the authorities sharp and a news flash caution of an inbound ballistic missile that became a dud. (Courtesy of Eugene Tanner)

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Assuming your world is regarding to end has a means of giving life some viewpoint. Perhaps your house being a mess isn’& rsquo; t such a huge deal.

That lesson was one in a mix of alleviation, unhappiness and also anger as stressed locals of Hawaii learned their islands were not, as a matter of fact, being targeted by a ballistic rocket on Saturday early morning, as a false alarm sent out to the entire state had actually led them to believe.

Amanda Olson of Kauai was appreciating her routine Saturday early morning workout class when she received the alert. As every person else in the course examined their phones, tranquility turned promptly to panic.

“& ldquo; It went from being a regular early morning workout course to all of us running for our lives,” & rdquo; claimed Olson, 35, at once a Huntington Coastline local as well as trainee at the Orange Area Register.

“& ldquo; It was one of the most panicked I’& rsquo; ve ever felt in my life,” she said. “I was horrified. I assumed without a doubt it was all mosting likely to finish in a couple of minutes. Part of me assumed ‘& lsquo; okay, this is a poor desire, this isn & rsquo; t genuine. & rsquo; & rdquo; Rushing house to her hubby as well as youngsters, Olson found herself wondering what she was intended to do. The washroom isn’& rsquo; t specifically missile-proof, besides, and the alert used no advice beyond telling everybody to nestle immediately. All she desired was to be together with her household if it was about to end.

Approaching her residence, Olson chatted with overwhelmed and also frightened neighbors prior to discovering her hubby in the shower room filling up emergency situation water containers.

After an extensive 15 minutes, Olson got in touch with her sibling, that had heard the alert was a dud. It was more than Thirty Minutes prior to official word went out verifying it, Olson said. By then, her family members driven to the coastline to appreciate each other’s company as well as the alleviation they felt at the time.

“& ldquo; This is a good opportunity to be happy for our lives as well as not be emphasized that your home is a mess,” & rdquo; Olson said. & ldquo; It was gratefulness, relief and also some sadness that this is the globe we stay in. I didn’& rsquo; t truly know ways to discuss it to my six years of age, I still place’& rsquo; t; I put on & rsquo; t wish to enter into bombs and also poor individuals and also all that.”

& rdquo; The early morning was equally as frantic for Eugene Tanner, 54 of Oahu. Tanner was gazing out his home window, ready to enjoy his early morning coffee with a cinnamon raisin bagel and cream cheese, when an alarm system appeared from his phone.

“& ldquo; I looked at the sharp, and one of the first points I read is ‘& lsquo; ballistic rocket,’” & rsquo; & rdquo; stated Tanner, that as soon as lived in Costa Mesa and was a Register digital photographer. “& ldquo; I needed to review it concerning 4 times to earn sure I read it properly.”

& rdquo; After contacting a good friend of his to verify others had obtained the alert, Tanner claimed he entered a full-on panic. He began confining his animals, his electronic camera equipment –– whatever he’& rsquo;d want to save, as well as prepared to earn his escape. As he ran back and forth from his home and also the corridor, he found a group of his neighbors nestling in the stairwell, which really felt to every person like the most effective chance at shelter they had, he said.

As he recognized he may have just a couple of mins left, Tanner stated he called his parents to make certain they were alright. Prior to hanging up, he left his father with “I like you.”

“& ldquo; It was concerning half an hour prior to things began to improve. As well as today, individuals are dismayed,” & rdquo; Tanner said. & ldquo; Local political leaders are dismayed, exactly how did this take place? Why did it take so long? Where is the leadership? Where’& rsquo; s the governor? Why isn & rsquo; t he on TELEVISION live, telling us this is a dud? Chances are, he’& rsquo; s still trying to discover out why things dropped by doing this.”

& rdquo; Both Olson as well as Tanner claimed among the most powerful takeaways from their unusual Saturday early morning was the realization of exactly how ill-prepared the majority of people are for an actual emergency situation.

“& ldquo; I thought I was prepared, I thought I was emotionally ready with all my vital papers as well as so on,” & rdquo; Tanner said. & ldquo; Besides the rage clears up, individuals of Hawaii are going to be taking a look at themselves as well as going, ‘& lsquo; God, we weren & rsquo; t planned for this. We thought we were prepared, but we’& rsquo;” re not, & rsquo; & rdquo; Tanner said. & ldquo; Be prepared, due to the fact that male –– the past two hrs have actually been an unbelievably mind-blowing experience.”
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