In an afternoon press conference yesterday, Orange County Sheriff Sandra Hutchens publicly announced that she had been diagnosed with breast cancer on November 9th.
The curse of Facebook or in praise of Facebook, but we can attributed today’s birthday wishes to OC Sheriff Sandra Hutchens and OC DA Tony Rackauckas to Facebook.Â Perhaps they can get together for lunch and celebrate. TheLiberalOC wishes you both a happy birthday.
UPDATED: A new poll from Lewis Consulting shows that incumbent Orange County Sheriff Sandra Hutchens is locked in a dead heat with challenger Bill Hunt, a retired sheriff deputy. Hutchens polled at 21 percent, followed closely by Hunt at 20 percent in a sampling of 400 voters taken between April 23-26.
The Association of Orange County Deputy Sheriffs (AOCDS) announced today that they have chosen to endorse retired Lt. Bill Hunt for election this June as Orange County Sheriff-Coroner. The decision came after a vote this week of their general membership.
In response to the Orange County Employees Association (OCEA) asking its members if they might be interested in a brief collective work stoppage, Under Sheriff John Scott sent a memo out to all OCEA represented department members. He instituted a new policy, effective immediately, that any employee represented by OCEA who calls in sick must have a doctor’s note to return to work.
I was flipping through a copy of the Irvine World News for the high school football scores (so many of the kids I coached in Little League and Irvine Youth Basketball are seniors now; many still call me “coach” when they see me and I’m proud of their accomplishments), when I came across Adam Probolsky’s…