By Liz Richell

If there is such a thing as a guardian angel, one appeared in Humboldt County last September when an injured bear cub was found stumbling along the side of the highway. Read More >>

Rescued bear cub makes a splash at OC Zoo

Enderle Center's Summer Concert Series
3rd Friday Every Month, All Summer
5 pm to 8 pm

Kiss Me Kate
Aug. 18-22
Peppertree Park, Old Town Tustin

OPA Fall BBQ and dance
Sept. 26 

5:30 pm to 




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Institution seeks pollution solution
A manufacturing plant left a copper-soaked footprint on what is now university property.  See Chapman, page 4

The hills are alive
Residents facing unwanted gates, grading, digging, dust and 'dozers offer their thoughts on the proposed Marywood project.  See Letters, page 7

Still smitten for soda 
New owner of Watsons Drugs promises to preserve its past and boost its presence with a flurry of new flavors.  See New Watson’s, page 11

Star-spangled candor

Immigrant educator turns the power of patriotism into nationally known performance art.  See Paula, page 12

More buck for the cluck

4-H’ers pluck up the prizes and earn top dollar for their hand-raised farm animals and home-made edibles.  See 4-H fares, page 16

December Sentry