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​​​​​Santiago student wins big on “The Price is Right”
Olivia Draffen, 13, a seventh grader at Santiago Charter Middle School, was pretty nonchalant about being on “The Price is Right.”

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Orange City Council picks its battles

The Orange City Council revoked a Conditional Use Permit (CUP) for a purported motel, citing numerous code violations, unpermitted construction and deceptive practices. The move demonstrates the council’s willingness to shut down questionable activity within the city’s jurisdiction, at least in this case.  read more

Chapman students make 3-D face shields web

Students and faculty from Chapman University’s Fowler School of Engineering and Schmid College of Science and Technology are using 3-D technology to print face shields for healthcare workers treating COVID-19 patients. read more

​​Community spirit thrives in Orange

The Community Foundation of Orange and Orange HomeGrown have teamed up to create #We Are Orange Strong. read more

Creating kindness – one rock at a time

Thanks to Barbara Snelgrove, kindness is spreading throughout the area – one rock at a time. read more

Villa Park seeks small business recovery funds from county

​Villa Park City Manager Steve Franks reports that Orange County has received $555 million in COVID-19 relief funding. read more

​​El Modena High Education Foundation recognizes seniors

The Class of 2020 was born during the year of 9/11, and are graduating as the “COVID-19 class,” under extraordinary, stay-at-home directives. read more  

Dear Sentry Readers and Friends,

The Foothills Sentry needs your help.  The closures and cancellations wrought by COVID-19 have hurt our advertisers and, in turn, hurt us.  The loss of revenue forced us to forego the print version of our May issue and will likely do the same in June.  

December Sentry