Small Town, Great People!

On September 9, 2019, I interviewed Mayor Brian Bergman of La Habra Heights. Mayor Bergman was born in Braham, Minnesota and grew up in Cambridge. As a young adult he had always lived in smaller cities until he moved to the Bay Area. He worked for United Airlines and was promoted to be a manager […]

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Who is Mayor Marick?

On August 28, 2019, I had the pleasure of interviewing Mayor Marick of Brea. Mayor Marick was born in our nation’s capital and lived there until she was 23. She attended The University of Pennsylvania and Georgetown University. In 2003 she moved to Brea for its beautiful and diverse atmosphere. She was on the Planning […]

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Chatting with Mayor Gomez

By Nathan Guerrero On August 19, 2019, I had the honor of interviewing La Habra Mayor Jim Gomez. Mayor Gomez was born at Saint Jude hospital in Fullerton, though the Gomez family originated from Jalostotitlán, Jalisco, Mexico. The history of the Gomez family is extremely interesting, Mayor Gomez’s grandfather walked from Mexico to California, and […]

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Is Rent Control Bent?

As we have all seen during the past City Council meetings, Rancho La Paz residents are in a bad situation. Some have said that rent control is a solution, though there are some pros and cons to the idea, and here they are:                                                                 Rent control is a pretty good solution in a few ways; […]

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Are You Happy or Appalled about Drones Hovering Over Fullerton Homes?

A presentation at the Fullerton City Council’s March 19 session revealed a new program initiated this year at Fullerton College. Students will now have the opportunity to learn firsthand how to fly, control, and safely handle drones. The class shows students how to use this state-of-art technology for careers such as journalism. Mayor Protem Jennifer […]

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Editorial by Nathan Wayne GuerreroA rally of over 75 people came to the front of the Fullerton City Hall in support of saving all 510-acres of the West Coyote Hills on Tuesday, March 5. Even though it was a school night and raining, many including students, stayed on for the council meeting and spoke.Though the […]


Coyote Hills or Concrete Hills?

Friends of Coyote Hills Public Meeting in the Osborne Auditorium at the Fullerton Library on Monday evening drew a standing room only crowd of all ages. I live directly off the beautiful nature reserve of Coyote Hills. Over the past recent years I have “observed” the games played by Chevron and the City of Fullerton […]

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