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Don’t fear the reefer, no madness in sight

April 14, 2014 2:49 pm
Don’t fear the reefer, no madness in sight

It is time for California to rethink it’s policy on marijuana.

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A cup of brew with Rue

April 13, 2014 10:00 am
A cup of brew with Rue

Placentia brewery owner shares his story on why he opened the doors to the Bruery.

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Chatter on Cha20

April 12, 2014 12:00 pm
Chatter on Cha20

Artesia based restaurant is catching the attention of locals with new location in Downtown Fullerton.

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Reigning Supreme

12:00 pm
Reigning Supreme

Fullerton College’s winningest baseball coach has been on the Hornets’ coaching staff for 33 years, but it is unclear how much longer he will be remain with the team.

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Why is it so hard to fire bad teachers?

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Why is it so hard to fire bad teachers?

Professors collect their checks, students miss out on better education.

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More concealed guns a danger to O.C.

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More concealed guns a danger to O.C.

Loosening the requirements for concealed weapons could be dangerous.

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Hornets drop rubber match with rival Chargers

April 11, 2014 5:36 pm
Hornets drop rubber match with rival Chargers

The Fullerton College baseball team continued its recent slide, during which they have five of its last six games, including three straight.

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Women’s tennis clinches conference title

4:00 pm
Women’s tennis clinches conference title

The Hornets’ tennis team beats OCC and picks up second consecutive title.

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Statewide ban on plastic bags not worth the cost

3:12 pm
Statewide ban on plastic bags not worth the cost

Senate Bill No. 270 proposal appears to be an insignificant change to the state and may not make such a positive impact.

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Baseball drops third consecutive OEC game

2:57 pm
Baseball drops third consecutive OEC game

FC baseball loses 5-1 to Riverside after a late Tigers rally.

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