🌱 Help Find Stolen Dog + Homeless In Flood Channels + New ER

Welcome back Orange County! Let’s start with an informed note on Tuesday, January 25th. Here’s everything you need to know about Orange County today.

First today’s weather:

Fog early, then clears to sunshine. High: 71. Low: 52.

Here are the top stories in Orange County today:

  1. have you seen this dog A desperate dog owner is urgently looking for his stolen dog and asks for the help of the public. Keian Vahedy said be 5 year old Maltese, Furley, was alleged stolen after him dropped him off at Pawradise Grooming in Yorba Linda. Vahedy said he went to pick up his dog from the pet grooming salon and was told the five-pound dog had been stolen. An employee who worked at the store for just two days took the dog away and never came back. Vahedy offers a $5,000 reward without any questions asked. He said his dog was “the light of his life.” Anyone with information can contact them Orange County Sheriff’s Department. People can also post tips on Instagram. Read the full story here: (KABC-TV)
  2. Several homeless camp in San Juan Capistrano were visited by the Orange County Sheriff’s Department Office of Behavioral Health. They spoke to several people who were affected homelessness in flood protection channeloffers them resources provided by the health authority. The Behavioral Health Bureau said it was grateful for its partnership with Orange County Public Works and the Health Care Agency. On Facebook is the OCSD urges everyone to work together to”keep our community safee and clean.” If you see homeless camp or too much garbage and debris in Orange County flood control channels, the OCSD asks people to do so initiate a work order online at myoceservices.ocgov.com. (Facebook)
  3. Will Sa Clemens have access soon Emergency Health Services? The residents of the Spanish seaside village ranked life quality like 95 percent, but healthcare received only a 54 percent Rating in a recent survey. When Memorial Hospital in San Clemente, CA closed in 2016, Anyone who had an injury while surfing, boating, or hiking had few health care options nearby. Eight out of ten residents preferred building some form of hospital within city limits and most supported use public funds To make it possible. In 2019, a health group began examining what it takes Reopening of the 6-acre hospital, not for acute care, but as Ambulatory Campus. City of San Clemente officials are awaiting development plans. You can read more about this story here: (OC Register)

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Today in Orange County:

  • Chamber Board Meeting – Garden Grove Chamber of Commerce. (8 o’clock)
  • Winter’s Tale Hour (Taft) – Orange Public Library – Children. (10:30 am)
  • Admission Tickets – Sherman Library & Gardens. (10:30 am)
  • State of the City of Fountain Valley – Fountain Valley Chamber of Commerce. (12 o’clock)
  • Literacy “Chat Time” – Huntington Beach Public Library. (1:30 p.m.)
  • Workforce Solutions: Onsite – Anaheim Workforce Connection. (2.30)

From my notebook:

  • Orange County, CA Sheriff’s Department: “Please remember that all of the OC Sheriff’s social media accounts are not monitored 24/7. We also cannot accept reports via social media. In an emergency or to report an ongoing crime, please call 911.” (Facebook)
  • Orange County Registry: “The number of cases in the city totaled 841 as of January 18, according to the OC Health Care Agency.” (Facebook)
  • SoCal field trips: “KNOTT’S PEANUTSβ„’ CELEBRATION will be held daily from January 22nd to March 6th at Knott’s Berry Farm.” (instagram)
  • Orange County Department of Ed: “Dr. La Habra City School District Superintendent Joanne Culverhouse has announced her decision to retire at the end of the school year after 41 years of teaching.” (Instagram)
  • Who is Hiring in the Orange County Area? Browse New Local Jobs: (Orange County Patch)

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Now you know and you’re ready to step out the door this Tuesday. I’ll be back in your inbox tomorrow with another update!

β€” Paula Constance

About me: I am a freelance writer, author and media producer. I get involved in media projects that empower, engage and help make the world a better place.