Pebble Beach

26 May 19
Monterey Herald
Former Pacific Grove pitcher Chris Clements was named to the All-West Coast Conference baseball team for the University of Portland. Clements, who is a semifinalist for the National Pitcher of the Year, posted a 7-1 record this spring with a 1.69 earned run average — the fifth lowest in school history. Having transferred from UC Santa Barbara, the right-handed Clements struck out 76 hitters in 86 innings. Opponents hit just .180 off him. Clement was named the WCC Pitcher of the Week three times, posting one shutout. His ERA is ranked No. 8 in the nation. While at Pacific Grove, Clements was 16-0 as a junior, helping the Breakers to a school and county record 31-0 season and a Central Coast Section Division III title. AT&T Pebble Beach Junior Golf scholarship winners The AT&T Pebble Beach Junior Golf Association awarded five $5,000 scholarships to high school golfers that intend to pursue their education and sport. Among them was Carmel’s George McNeely, who is competing next week in the CIF State golf finals at Poppy Hills. McNeely was presented the RJ Harper Memorial Scholarship. The Gabilan Division MVP will golf next year at the University of North Carolina. Carmel’s Priscilla Caballero was awarded the Louis Russo Memorial Scholarship. She will compete next year at Glendale Community College. Reed McCullough was presented the Pebble Beach Company Foundation Scholarship. The Salinas High golfer will attend Cal Poly, San Luis Obispo. His brother Mason McCullough was awarded the Johnny Miller Scholarship, while Jake Pereles of Carmel received the Jim Langley Memorial Scholarship, and will attend North Carolina. In addition, Lauren Hickam of Carmel was awarded a $2,500 Payne Stewart Memorial Scholarship. She will golf next fall at Cal State University, San Marcos. Megan Yang of Lynbrook High also received a $2,500 Payne Stewart Memorial Scholarship. She will attend UC Irvine. Enos named rugby team’s MVP Having turned in her basketball high tops for some cleats, Jordyn Enos was named the Colby-Sawyer women’s rugby team’s Most Valuable Player. A North Salinas graduate and former Herald Basketball Player of the Year, Enos changed sports while at Colby-Sawyer, which is in New Hampshire. The team won the Bowdoin Polar Bears Tier 2 tournament. In 21 games, Enos produced 11 tries for the Chargers. She was also named to the Deans List with a 3.85-grade point average. Enos was a four-year starter at North Salinas, helping the team to a section title. She earned spots on the Herald’s All-County basketball and softball teams. Local wrestlers sparkling for club team Kaelyn Siason and Melanie Martinez of Alvarez joined forces with Monterey’s Valerye Trevizo and Lima Sadozai to help form a state championship wrestling team in their respective weight classes. The foursome was a part of the Santa Clara Valley Wrestling Association team that claimed the state dual meet championships in both Greco and freestyle. Siason was a Central Coast Section wrestling champion last winter at 116 pounds for Alvarez, while Martinez, Trevizo and Sadozai all placed at the section finals. Softball honor for Given at UC Davis Junior slugger Marisa Given was named to the Big West second team as an outfielder for the UC Davis softball team. Given hit .329 for the Aggies this past spring with three homers and 30 runs batted in. She led the team in doubles with 11 and scored 24 runs. She was 5-for-5 in stolen bases. A former two-sport standout at Notre Dame, Given was The Herald’s Softball Player of the Year and Female Athlete of the Year in 2015. She also holds the school record for 3-point goals. Scholarship awarded to Uota Salinas volleyball defensive demon Kaila Uota was awarded the Positive Coaching Alliance Triple-Impact Scholarship for the San Francisco Bay Area region. Uota, who will play volleyball this coming fall at CSU Monterey Bay, was the only winner from the Monterey County area. Last season Uota helped the Cowboys go undefeated in the Gabilan Division, reaching the Northern California tournament. She finished fourth in the state among Division I schools in digs with 656. Coaches needed Marina is looking for a junior varsity volleyball coach. Contact Juan Cisneros at jcisneros@mpusd.k12.ca. Alisal is looking for a girls tennis coach. Contact athletic director Jose Gil at jose.gil@salinassuhsd.org Rancho San Juan High in Salinas is looking for coaches this coming fall for football, cheer, volleyball, boys and girls cross country, girls golf and girls tennis. Contact Matthew Briney at matthew.briney@salinasuhsd.org Carmel is looking for a head varsity and JV girls water polo coach, a head JV boys water polo coach, a JV assistant football coach, an assistant field hockey coach, and a JV and varsity head girls basketball coach. Apply online at http://www.carmelunified.org Hartnell College football golf tournament The Hartnell College football program will host a shotgun/scramble golf tournament on May 31 at Crazy Horse Ranch in Salinas. Registration is at 10 a.m. with a noon start. There will be a hole-in-one contest, a putting contest for $10,000, two closest-to-the-hole contests and the longest drive contest. Contact Matt Collins at 831-770-6122 or mcollins@hartnell.edu MPC basketball camp The annual MPC Basketball Camp for boys and girls ages 8-14 will be held Aug. 5-9 from 8 a.m. until 3 p.m. Fee is $125. Call 831-601-0685 or mvillagrana@mpc.edu Hartnell youth basketball camp The Hartnell College men’s basketball team will host a youth boys basketball camp June 10-14 for ages 5-14. The fee is $100. Go to http://www.hartnellpanthers.com/camps/camps-list Monterey City Amateur Open Registration for the 70th Monterey City Amateur Open golf tournament is underway. The event will be held July 5-7 at Del Monte Golf Course in Monterey. The deadline is June 21. Contact Matt Welling at wellingm@pebblebeach.com
26 May 19
Monterey Herald
PEBBLE BEACH — A magnificent yacht sedately anchored in Stillwater Cove. The scene is a familiar one on network television during big events such as the AT&T National Pro-Am and the upcoming U.S. Open. But it’s not as simple as just motoring your vessel into the Cove and dropping anchor. There are a lot of bureaucratic hoops to jump through first. Primarily because of security reasons, boaters must apply for permission to anchor their boats during the week of the U.S. Open (June 10-16), said Charles Kurtmen, the Port Captain of the Stillwater Yacht Club in an email. However, an application does not guarantee anchorage. It simply means boaters will be put on a waiting list. There are strict rules and regulations governing the use of the Cove, which is part of the Monterey Bay Sanctuary. “There is so little anchoring room in Stillwater Cove,” Kurtmen added, pointing to the Cove’s inability to handle a lot of boats. The Cove can accommodate up to maybe 30 boats if most of them are small or medium-sized. If the boats are larger, in the range of 100- to 150-feet, he guesses the Cove can safely accommodate up to four. The Stillwater Yacht Club, which is owned by the Beach and Tennis Club at Pebble Beach, is the Cove’s overseer. The Yacht Club leases the Cove from the State Lands Commission during the boating season, from May to October of each year, said Kurtmen. It is responsible for monitoring the Cove during the season and managing the flow of water traffic. Founded in 1948, the Yacht Club was formed to promote yachting on the Carmel Bay and draws its membership exclusively from members of the Pebble Beach Club, though members do not have to be boaters. There are currently 400 members. The Yacht Club sponsors regattas and dinghy races during the season, as well as other activities. It is also a certified American Sailing Association school, certifying would-be mariners in basic keelboat operation. “The Pebble Beach Company will charge $500 per vessel in the Cove for the week [of the U.S. Open] if the vessel is not owned or chartered by a member of the Beach Club,” Kurtmen said. Boaters who have permission to anchor in the cove, but who do not intend to come ashore are exempted from that fee. But everyone coming ashore must also have U.S. Open tickets. “The main reason for the extra boarding fee,” Kurtmen said, “is because harbor employees will be working extra hours than normal” during the event. During the year, the beach at Stillwater Cove is open to the public for recreation from sunrise to sunset seven days a week. People can swim, beach comb, lay out in the sun, or scuba dive in the turquoise water. From May to October, during the boating season, the Cove is open to all boaters. Boats can anchor at designated areas for a maximum of 72 hours. These designated areas do not include the 23 buoy moorings, which are set up during the boating season, as these are for the exclusive use of the Yacht Club members. During the offseason, the Cove is exposed to harsh winds from the south or southwest and the water is subject to large, potentially dangerous swells. “It is usually not safe to anchor during those months,” Kurtmen advised. So, if boaters want to watch the U.S. Open from the ease and comfort of their boats while anchored in Stillwater Cove, they need to get on the waiting list. For more information on boating restrictions and protocols, go to the Stillwater Yacht Club website: https://sycpb.org/.
26 May 19
Dibs' Blog

We have been on the move in the last week and a bit, which has been quite a journey. It started once we left to my dismay, the beautiful small costal town of Lekeitia and drove the 6 hours to Barcelona. On the way we decided to stop at the city of Pamplona were the […]

26 May 19
Reported

For those fatigued by the hoards populating the Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance, here’s a new goal: The Concorso d’Eleganza Villa d’Este, a multi-day …

26 May 19
Jayhawks in Slovenia 2019

Today was our official “free day” to enjoy the beautiful region around Piran/Portorož. After getting to sleep in for the day, a few of us took a short bus ride to Piran from the hotel and began to shop and explore the town. Following a number of salt purchases, we strolled along a path next […]

26 May 19
Arcynewsy

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26 May 19

Have you been considering exploring or developing your intuitive capacity? If so, why? What is it that is calling you, and what are you hoping to achieve? Or, do you believe that intuition doesn’t actually exist, and is something dreamed up by weirdos and con artists to suit their own agendas? I have found intuitive […]

26 May 19
Rich Ramblings

Well, only a few days of this Mani ‘residency’ left. Leaving on Wednesday but, having been here almost a month now, I don’t feel the usual pressure to cram last-minute excursions in. In the last days I may re-visit some of our favourite haunts: Elies taverna in Kardamyli where they serve succulent grilled prawns with […]

26 May 19
Illustrated Country Diary

Just a quick post:  I must tell you  . . . . . I was very pleased, and suprised, to have sold this little painting  (9″ x 7 “) before it was finished; before the paint was even dry!   For want of anything better to try I thought I would do a painting inspired […]

26 May 19
TumbleStone

These four photos are of hydrogrossular garnets discovered on Gemstone Beach, near Orepuki (the last two photos are of the two sides of the same stone). They don’t look like garnets, do they? We are used seeing garnets like this: The word “garnet” comes from the 14th‑century Middle English word “gernet”, meaning “dark red”. It […]

26 May 19
Dandelion Chandelier

Summer entertaining season has arrived! And hosting an outdoor party is one of the great joys of warm weather living. But how to do it effortlessly and elegantly? Our interior design expert Laurie S. Woods shares 10 steps to creating the perfect luxury outdoor living space. Here’s how to host the perfect outdoor party at your […]

26 May 19
Longmont Times-Call
REAL ESTATE, COMMERCIAL DEALS May 16-22, 2019 Trust deeds This list includes trust deeds (to secure repayment of A. loan) of $750,000 or more. Information includes the borrower, lender, address or legal description of the property, date the trust deed was filed and amount. Cb 1820 Lefthand LLC, Corefirst Bk Trust, 1820 Lefthand Circle, Longmont, 05/10/2019, $2,850,000.00 Colleen Burke and Rodney Wayne Bolls, Cherry Creek Mortgage Co. Inc., 7237 Meadow Lane, Niwot, 05/14/2019, $1,116,800.00 David A. and Tiffaney Janowicz, Elevations Credit Union, 8668 Skyland Drive, Niwot, 05/16/2019, $1,000,000.00 Derek Gerald Leopold, United Wholesale Mtg, 2114 Onyx Way, Longmont, 05/16/2019, $760,000.00 Ej 700 Tech Court LLC, Goldman Sachs Bk Usa, , 05/10/2019, $14,000,000.00 Jeremy and Rebecca A. Warriner, Eagle Home Mortgage LLC, 4416 Heatherhill Circle, Longmont, 05/14/2019, $855,920.00 Kristopher and Brianne Crown, Elevations Credit Union, 9455 Crystal Lane, Longmont, 05/16/2019, $1,892,000.00 Lawrence J. and Loretta P. Abrams, Deephaven Mortgage LLC, 8610 N. 87th St., Longmont, 05/14/2019, $806,250.00 Lawrence J. and Loretta P. Abrams, Deephaven Mortgage LLC, 8700 N. 87th St., Longmont, 05/14/2019, $825,000.00 Rita G. Cabela, Timothy W. King, 7562 Crestview Drive, Niwot, 05/13/2019, $1,360,000.00 Steven Wright, Firstbank, 3924 Divot Court, Longmont, 05/16/2019, $828,000.00 Deeds This list includes deeds (conveying title to A. property) of $350,000 or more. Information includes the seller, buyer, address or legal description of the property, date the deed was filed and amount. Amanda Leslie and Aaron Heinen Ranard, Chad Pieper, 3584 Columbia Drive, Longmont, 05/13/2019, $472,500.00 Bc Brennan LLC, William Bradley Derthick, 613 Brennan Circle, Erie, 05/13/2019, $499,600.00 Boulder Creek Denio LLC, Dean and Carolyn Lottman, 722 Widgeon Drive, Longmont, 05/16/2019, $491,100.00 Brent Sommervold, James Brian Sasse, 2548 Cambridge Drive, Longmont, 05/14/2019, $425,000.00 Brittan A. Kuhlman, Kathryn A. Brown, 390 Riverside Drive, Lyons, 05/13/2019, $359,000.00 Burvill LLC, Lawrence J. and Loretta P. Abrams, 8610 N. 87th St., Longmont, 05/14/2019, $1,075,000.00 Gary L. and Gary Wickett, Jose Eligio Garciaperales, 2130 Vivian St., Longmont, 05/15/2019, $374,900.00 Gcc Longmont Holdings LP, Cb 1820 Lefthand LLC, 1820 Lefthand Circle, Longmont, 05/10/2019, $3,800,000.00 Harley Gail Lyons Revocable Trust, Sunset Invest LLC, multiple properties, 05/15/2019, $750,000.00 Hdp Superior LLC, Thb Superior Mf LLC, , 05/15/2019, $357,600.00 James P. and Kim N. Campassi, Peter Baldwin Williams, 840 Tenacity Drive, Longmont, 05/14/2019, $785,000.00 Jeff R. and Cynthia A. Lambert, Rodney Wayne and Colleen Burke Bolls, 7237 Meadow Lane, Niwot, 05/14/2019, $1,396,000.00 John T. Reichert, Stephan M. and Tangi A. Lancaster, 3260 Cummings Drive, Erie, 05/16/2019, $458,000.00 Jpb Holdings LLC, Lennar Colo. LLC, , 05/10/2019, $6,650,000.00 Kane Co. LLC, Lawrence J. and P. Loretta Abrams, 8700 N. 87th St., Longmont, 05/14/2019, $1,100,000.00 KB home Colo. Inc., Adam C. and Sheila M. Ellis, 2237 Lombardy St., Longmont, 05/10/2019, $596,300.00 Konard Kidacki, Matthew S. and Chen Z. Heroy, 12766 Strawberry Circle, Longmont, 05/14/2019, $799,000.00 Lauren and Marcelino Spagnuolo, Benjamin T. German, 767 Thornwood Circle, Longmont, 05/15/2019, $426,000.00 Lennar Colo. LLC, Kippy Denise Sloan, 2363 Tyrrhenian Circle, Longmont, 05/14/2019, $684,300.00 Lennar Colo. LLC, Jennifer Anne and Rebecca Jean Bosley, 1051 Sandstone Circle, Erie, 05/13/2019, $638,400.00 Lennar Colo. LLC, Christopher Jon McGrath, 944 Sandstone Circle, Erie, 05/15/2019, $642,000.00 Lucas and Angela Laidlaw, Kevin and Elizabeth Schuetz, 703 McClure Court, Erie, 05/13/2019, $495,000.00 Matthew L. and Angela B. Groeninger, Donald L. Johnson, 1179 Cooke Court, Erie, 05/14/2019, $471,500.00 Max R. and Jean Rene Davis, Steven Wright, 3924 Divot Court, Longmont, 05/16/2019, $1,035,000.00 Meritage Homes Colo. Inc., Carrie Lynn Halbasch, 1148 Telleen Ave., Erie, 05/16/2019, $356,700.00 Meritage Homes Colo. Inc., Ryno and Charlotte J. Loots, 147 Northrup Drive, Erie, 05/13/2019, $552,200.00 Michael B. Gisel, Sharon and Russell W. Rumberger, 1145 Grant St., Longmont, 05/15/2019, $352,000.00 Pauline C. Olivas, Nicole Rose and Andrew Phillip Hamilton, 3105 Spinnaker Drive, Longmont, 05/13/2019, $365,000.00 Paul Katz, George and Sharon Maxfield Twigg, 737 Wade Road, Longmont, 05/10/2019, $375,000.00 Robert Douglas and Michelle A. Reagan, Allison Miller, 1329 Oakley Lane, Erie, 05/10/2019, $525,000.00 Ronald P. and Joan M. Nordgren, Gina Sabine Crago, 3989 Pebble Beach Drive, Longmont, 05/15/2019, $995,000.00 Samantha and Nathan Harris, Alex Herda, 746 Memory Lane, Longmont, 05/14/2019, $483,000.00 Sergio Montes Rodriguez, Benjamin Paul and Amy Christine Adams, 1601 24th Ave., Longmont, 05/16/2019, $392,000.00 Skoringham Living Trust, Mark Story, 426 Emery St., Longmont, 05/16/2019, $448,000.00 Standard Pacific Colo. Inc., Jeremy and Rebecca A. Warriner, 4416 Heatherhill Circle, Longmont, 05/14/2019, $1,069,900.00 Standard Pacific Colo. Inc., Kirstin Anne and Matthew James Dugger, 1805 Burke Drive, Erie, 05/14/2019, $595,000.00 Standard Pacific Colo. Inc., Gregory Mattos and Briana Tomboulian Brown, 790 Grenville Circle, Erie, 05/16/2019, $631,800.00 Steven and Marie Preitauer, Kyle Wente, 7141 Oriole Lane, Longmont, 05/16/2019, $974,000.00 Susan L. Perschke, Jessica M. Kimsey, 1846 Caleta Trail, Longmont, 05/10/2019, $565,000.00 Theodore J. Hehn, Heidi M. and Matthew L. Jaeckel, 229 Welch Drive, Lyons, 05/14/2019, $615,400.00 Thomas C. Dempsey, Derek Gerald Leopold, 2114 Onyx Way, Longmont, 05/16/2019, $950,000.00 Toll Co. LP, Peng and Boua Inkhamfong, 1301 Lyons Lane, Erie, 05/16/2019, $695,600.00 Zoe Ann McCollum Separate Property Trust, Taylor Properties Lllp, 713 Collyer St., Longmont, 05/14/2019, $865,000.00
26 May 19
Illustrated Stories

There was once upon a time a girl. Her name was Miranda. She lived with her mum in a small colourful house made of wood and stone which stood on the edge of a beach. One early morning as the sun rose, Miranda went out to play on the beach. It was a wide, beautiful […]