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Mysterious Island: The Bounty of Spring

Perhaps you overlooked it in your day planner, but this week the world passed another anniversary of sorts; an anniversary that has an interesting,...

Avalon Boys Golf team captures a threepeat in league play

For the third consecutive year the Avalon Boys Golf team finished at the top of the San Joaquin Valley League Individual Tournament and will...

Islander becomes mainland attorney

Kendra Bray, Avalon High School class of 2005 graduate and local resident, was recently hired as an associate attorney in the litigation department of...

Volunteer Vacations: relax while restoring Catalina’s wildlands

Avalon welcomes more than 600,000 visitors every year. The lucky few take one of the several inland tours, and get a chance to see Catalina’s...

Scuba diving couple to return to Island for their wedding

Jessica Joleen Merritt and Jack Timothy Slider were engaged at 30 feet underwater while scuba diving off Casino Point on March 30, 2012. They will...

Chamber Day/Eve events rally in finalé and raise $125,393

Funding for the USC Hyperbaric Chamber on Catalina that is an integral part of scuba diving safety in the region got a boost from...

Resumes start coming in for city manager

Anyone aspiring to be the permanent Avalon city manager will have until the end of May to submit an application, according to City Attorney...

Catalina Classic returns

The sound of high-speed skateboards cutting across pavement will fill the air in Avalon this weekend. For the second year in a row since it...

Mackies to celebrate their 50th

Before longtime Avalon residents John and Joan Mackie came to Catalina to work for Bill Wrigley, they grew up in Scotland, where they met...

County requires food permits at Avalon events

Event organizers who want to serve food on Catalina must get a permit from Los Angeles County, according to the county Health Department. Each individual...
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