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ANA The Santa Ana Elks Lodge is weighing its options for the site of the old Saddleback Inn, which has returned to the organization's control. George Flores, chairman of the Elks board, said the ground lease with Saddleback Inn LLC, which owned the
A decade ago, Saddleback Church in Lake Forest launched one of the most ambitious programs of international mission work in the history of American evangelical Christianity. Plan, Saddleback Pastor Rick Warren set his church the goal of helping to
Ronald Reagan stood next to a statue of Napoleon inside a hotel lobby, shook the hotel owner's hand, and then quipped: Three good men. The good man the former president was referring to was Bruce Gelker, founder of the Saddleback Inn, which at the
Saddleback Church pastor Rick Warren who returned to the pulpit on July 27, about four months after the suicide [...] Log in Continue with the story. Get full access to ocegister.com and much more by becoming a 7-day subscriber.
Teachers at school districts in southern Orange County are being taught that if they can't hide or get away from a campus gunman, they should try to take him out. It's a very different message than the past emphasis on avoiding confrontation.
ANA A stretch of First Street is expected to reopen by Monday morning after being closed for the demolition of an overhead pedestrian bridge connected to the fire-damaged Saddleback Inn. Starting Saturday, officials barricaded the roughly one-third
ANA A well-known former hotel was damaged Friday by its third fire in two years, fire officials said. Orange County Fire Authority firefighters responded to a three-alarm fire at the Saddleback Inn, 1655 E 1st St., around 10:30 p.m., fire Capt...
Bakersfield Classic on Sunday, shutting out Bakersfield 12-0 and losing to Saddleback 12-2. Both softball games ended after five innings due to the eight-run rule...Bakersfield and Natalie Orosco went 4-4 with five RBIs for the Vaqueros (7-15).
ANA An Orange County judge has appointed a receiver for the Saddleback Inn, with instructions to prepare plans for the old hotel's demolition or repair. In October, Santa Ana sued to place the long-vacant Saddleback Inn property under a receiver who
Marilyn Grein lived alone and traveled the world by herself, but she refused to drive on freeways. She adored England and many things British, but would use plain Lipton tea bags every morning. And while she was known to residents across South Orange