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December 2, 1989
The Society of Newspaper Design has given an award for excellence to the Life section of the Times Orange County Edition and its news editor, Chuck Nigash. The judges in the society's annual competition included editors, photographers and art directors from newspapers and magazines across the country. They cited the section in the life-style/feature category for issues published from May, 1988, through January, 1989.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
November 6, 1990 | JOHN PENNER
City Council candidate and former Mayor Jack Kelly has failed to pay $23,615 owed to the previous owners of his weekly newspaper, according to a lawsuit filed Friday. In the suit, filed in West Orange Municipal Court, Jeff Brown and Allison Okada claim that Kelly agreed to purchase their majority interest in the Huntington Beach News for $20,000 last year, has been publisher since then, but has never paid.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
September 30, 1994 | MATT LAIT, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The editor of the Nguoi Viet Daily News, the largest Vietnamese-language daily outside of Vietnam, has resigned his position after comments he made prompted some readers to call for a boycott of the publication. Yen Do, who helped found the Westminster-based paper in 1978, stepped down as editor in chief on Monday, but will remain the paper's publisher, a spokesman for the paper said Thursday.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
March 29, 1992
Reporters, editors, graphics designers and photographers from The Times Orange County Edition earned a record 60 awards, including 20 first-place honors, Saturday night in the 37th annual Orange County Press Club competition, held at the Waterfront Hilton. The Orange County Register took 13 awards, six of which were first-place honors.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
September 4, 2001 | DANIEL YI, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Abortion, drugs, homosexuality, interracial dating. These are not issues even discussed in most Vietnamese American families, but a new bilingual weekly newspaper in Orange County hopes to change that. "After 25 years in this country, our community has a lot more variety of interests than just communism and anti-communism," said Hieu Tran Phan, editor of the English-language section of Viet Tide, a Westminster-based weekly tabloid that debuted in July.
BUSINESS
June 30, 2000 | Bloomberg News
Thomson Corp., which is shedding newspapers to focus on electronic information, agreed to sell three Arizona dailies to closely held Freedom Communications Inc., publisher of the Orange County Register. Terms weren't disclosed. Freedom will get the Tribune in suburban Phoenix, the Daily News-Sun in Sun City and the Yuma Daily Sun, with a combined daily circulation of 130,000.
BUSINESS
April 18, 1990 | JONATHAN WEBER, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The bitter family feud that has racked Freedom Newspapers Inc. for nearly a decade was aired again Tuesday as a three-judge appellate panel heard arguments in dissident heir Harry H. Hoiles' lawsuit to break up the company. Hoiles, 74, one of three descendants of Freedom Newspapers founder R.C. Hoiles, contends that two other branches of the family have illegally prevented him from selling his stock in the family-owned media firm at fair value. Freedom attorney Robert E.
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