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October 5 , 2000

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Hermosa Beach

Fonoi returns to old home, new, golden life in Hermosa

Big condo fire will remain unsolved

Officials promise action this Fourth

Fire-conscious HB kids plan 'great escape'

Police Beat

 

Manhattan Beach

Council delays Sepulveda development

Big developer gobbles up Manhattan Village

Area man seeing red over stop signs

Manhattan architect breezes into Century City

Man suffers heart attack before council

Hometown Fair Schedule

Police Beat

Redondo Beach

Contentious condo project gets council's thumbs up

School-bond supporters gear up for election season

Fuel leak causes harbor blast

Police Beat

Sports

Captain Jack

My Two Cents - John Tawa

Our Lady of Guadalupe of Hermosa Beach captured first place in an indoor volleyball tournament over the weekend at Redondo Union High School. OLG's "A" team, comprised of eight eighth graders and one seventh grader, defeated their Manhattan Beach rivals from American Martyrs 15-6 in the finals. Allison Hardesty and Aimee Cook were named to the all-tournament team. Pictured, front row, l-r: Alexandra Toth, Sara Frazer, Vanessa Reyes, Kelsey Macdonald; back row, l-r: Kristine Chavez, Amanda Guerrero, Hardesty, Cook, Brittany Rodriguez, coach Theresa Hardesty