Golf Course Body+OC Beach Cleanup +OC Health Care Execs Jump Ship

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Happy Friday, Orange County! Here’s everything you need to know going on locally Friday. Are you a local business owner or marketer in Orange County? Our premium local sponsorships will keep you at the top of inboxes around town every morning. Contact us here for the lowdown. First, today’s weather: […]

Happy Friday, Orange County! Here’s everything you need to know going on locally Friday.


Are you a local business owner or marketer in Orange County? Our premium local sponsorships will keep you at the top of inboxes around town every morning. Contact us here for the lowdown.


First, today’s weather:

Clear throughout the day. High: 87, low: 68.

For our surfers and fishermen, here is your Friday tide report for Orange County.

Low tide is at 5:43 a.m. at 1.02 feet. High tide is at 12:02 p.m. at 5.45 feet. A second low tide will be at 6:38 p.m. at .79 feet.

Sunrise is at 6:32 a.m. and sunset will be at 7:04 p.m.


Here are the top stories today in Orange County:

  1. Are you ready to help pitch in to keep our beaches clean? Whether you visit Seal Beach, Huntington Beach, Newport Beach, Laguna Beach, Dana Point, San Clemente or somewhere in between, find your local beach cleanup location for Sept. 18. (Orange County Patch).
  2. With hospitalizations leveling off, Orange County Health Care takes a look at the different ages of those with coronavirus. OCHA reports. (Orange County Patch).
  3. Are you planning on making a job change before that decision is made for you? Read how one financial adviser wants to help you plan before joining Orange County‘s “Great Resignation.” (Orange County Breeze).
  4. A body was found at a South Orange County golf course. Here’s what we know so far. (San Juan Capistrano Patch).
  5. Orange County Health Care can’t seem to keep its top doctors. Here’s a look as to why, and what the supervisors plan on doing about it. (Voice of OC).

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Today in Orange County:


Orange County Patch Notebook

  • German Shepherd Rescue of Orange County: “Do you and your furry best friend want to support GSROC at the Race for the Rescues? We would love for you both to join the GSROC team as a ‘Virtual Run/Walker with Dog’ and choose any activity you love to do with your dog.” (Facebook).
  • OC Parks: “We’ve heard of ‘branding’ when it comes to social media and marketing, but this is the real deal! This wooden sign at Yorba Regional Park in Anaheim got branded with Bernardo Yorba’s iron when it opened back in December of 1976.” (Instagram).
  • Orange County Fire Authority: “September is National Preparedness Month! Build your supply kit now before a disaster hits. Your kit should have enough supplies to last you and your family for at least 3 days. #WhatsInYourKit? Download our disaster supply kit checklist.” (Facebook).
  • Orange County Sheriff’s Department, CA: “We heard that today is National School Picture Day , luckily a few of our city chiefs had some throwback school year book photos on hand and ready to share!” (Facebook).
  • Orange County Register: “The California Department of Public Health, on Aug. 19, ordered all individuals who provide health care services to inmates, prisoners or detainees in correctional facilities to be fully vaccinated by Oct. 14.” (Facebook).
  • Goodwill of Orange County: “Do you want to work in a truly caring environment? Do you identify with our mission? Join us for our #HiringEvent tomorrow at Huntington Beach store on Adams Avenue from 9 a.m. – 12 p.m. and 2 – 4 p.m. View #OCGoodwill careers here.” (Facebook).

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Ashley Ludwig

About me: Ashley Ludwig has been a columnist and online news editor since 2007.

Prior to joining Patch, she worked as a staff writer for Southwest Riverside’s Valley News Newspaper–in print and online. She was a co-founder of the southern California news conglomerate, DailySoCal.com–and prior to that, a freelance journalist for such publications as the North County Times, San Diego Union-Tribune, and Southwest Riverside News Network (SWRNN.com), and still owns the local southern California Wine Country blog: TemeculaGrapevine.com. Ashley Ludwig has worked as a writer on the web since the late 1990s. She is a graduate of the University of Arizona, with a Bachelor of Arts and Sciences. Wife, and mother of two daughters, she is the author of multiple romantic suspense novels. www.ashleyludwig.com

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