If that actually happened, it is not noted in the Police Files on page A8, which list reports for March 28, ranging from a fatal crash on Broadway to a stray goat on Dunning Drive. Referring to 14 year old Chance Gaul, Lovett writes “[w]hile Porsches and Mercedes Benzes precariously descend the windy canyon roads here at 25 miles per hour, Chance bombs down at 40, sometimes even 60 mph on his skateboard, savoring the sea breeze on his face.”It would be great if the skateboard families who dealt with the Laguna Beach City Council in a patient and civil manner could find someone who has the time and energy to run for City Council in the next election. The parents and children not only spoke well at several long council meetings but contributed literature, ran interesting page ads in local newspapers and also used the well known decal, “Skateboarding is not a crime.” These people are a big part of today’s Laguna Beach, so why shouldn’t they have their own candidate for City Council? I say, go for it!.
Needless to say, the sinking of the Titanic captured the attention of people all over the world. Newspapers wanted up to date information, especially about fatalities, while anguished family members tried desperately to find out if their loved ones had survived the sinking. It was a time when the town of North Sydney, and the various telegraph offices in Newfoundland, were at the centre of the world’s attention..
Adds and sub audible tone to your transmission to open the repeater and some need it on receive. Stands for Constant Tone Coded Squelch System. Tone you need and find out if 1750Hz is required, these simple instructions will allow you to quickly access your local network and allow you to engage in your first contacts.
Is where I was born and raised and there is just about everything in this area, this town, this state, that I love, Smith said on Wednesday. Don know what more you could want from a place when you are 70 miles from Manhattan and 20 minutes from the mountains. This is where I want to be for the rest of my life and if I can farm it for the rest of my life that is my real goal.
Photo by Kim Palaferri/Auburn JournalEd Elmgren pays his respects to Army Soldier Nicholas Burley as his casket is driven by. Burley father lives in Foresthill and his brother is a Firefighter in Roseville. Army Specialist Nicholas Burley, Auburn Fire Department saluted as the soldier casket was driven through Auburn on Elm Road up Highway 49 to Nevada City.