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Guest opinion: A call for change ignored— a sad ending

I have a sad ending to the story of the Seal Beach Historical Society/Red Car Museum (SBHS) non-profit that I wrote about in early...

Ongoing and upcoming local issues: Walt’s Wharf, pandemic enforcement, city commissions

Seal Beach Coyote Committee last met in 2014. Recent Coyote attack on pet confirmedEditor’s note: If you have a question about a city issue—or...

Guest Column: A WWII veteran reflects on the meaning of the...

The MEDAL OF HONOR is the highest and most prestigious award medal designed to honor and give recognition to the nation’s soldiers, sailors, airmen,...

Editor’s Notebook: Seeding of democracy

For every generation, there is seemingly a seminal moment. These moments come unannounced, yet seem to transcend and outlast the average importance otherwise connected...

Column: The fate of the telegraph operator

Perhaps you have seen some old “cowboy movies” showing a man transmitting a message using a telegraph “dot and dash” instrument, or something similar??The...

Letters to the Editor: Thursday, Feb. 15, 2018

Fascinating Applegate article What a fascinating article you wrote on Libby Applegate (“A teacher of living history,” Sun News, Feb. 1, 2018) and her life...

A teacher of living history

As Seal Beach residents gathered to hear an update on the Bay Theatre last week, few realized that seated among them was Libby Applegate,...

Locals get Bay Theatre update

Bay Theatre owner Paul Dunlap said last week that he expected reconstruction of the iconic landmark to be finished in December of 2018 or...

Aunt Gertie loves the Little Blue House

Aunt Gertie dropped by the Little Blue House on the Greenbelt. It’s so cute I was ready to move right in. Charles Antos of...

A moment in time …

Seal Beach’s Time Capsule has been buried with objects and mementos from the city’s Centennial year, 2015. At the public event last Saturday, May...
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