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The Mr Squiggles Hamster vs a Real Hamster
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Even though a lot of parents think that the Mr Squiggles hamster is expensive, he really isn’t that much more than a regular hamster. Although the real hamster itself is only between $5 and $10, you have to buy it food, a cage, a water bottle, and shavings to put on the bottom of the […]

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Beaten pit bull mix recovering slowly
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Tustin A pit bull mix who was seen being beaten by two boys in October is recovering slowly. The dog, named Maggie, was rescued Oct. 30 by Stephen Taoney and a neighbor in Huntington Beach and taken to the Animal Assistance League of Orange County…. Secrets To Dog Training – Click Here!

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Students send toys, notes to developing countries
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Tustin The shoeboxes don’t hold shiny new shoes. Instead, the 711 shoeboxes collected by Red Hill Lutheran students are filled with toys, stuffed animals, balls, toothbrushes, toothpaste, combs, washcloths, soap, school supplies, socks, candy and a… FREE ENERGY FOR DEVELOPING COUNTRIES

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Dye pack explodes on bank robber
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Tustin – A man robbed the Wachovia Bank on Tuesday, but didn’t get far with the money before a dye pack exploded, sending bills flying around the street, tempting at least one passerby. The man walked into the bank at 18351 Irvine Boulevard and…

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This weekend’s events
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Here are a few of the events coming up this weekend. Saturday Learn to make a needle felted Christmas tree at 1 p.m. at The Beading Place, 100 W. First St. Watch the USC away game at 5 p.m. at Bluewater Grill in The District with USC Marshall…

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Police buy new computer systems
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Tustin The Tustin Police Department will be buying 35 mobile data computers and 34 in-car video systems from Data 911 at a cost of $456,576. The total includes the cost of installation and training. The computers are used for communicating with…

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Boys & Girls Clubs holds card making party
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Tustin The Boys & Girls Clubs of Tustin is sponsoring a Card Making Party. Volunteers will put together cards, card quilts and smile packs to send to children in hospitals, Ronald McDonald Homes and children in England who requested them. The party…

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Police give Thanksgiving meals to those in need
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Tustin The Tustin Police handed out Thanksgiving meals to residents who otherwise wouldn’t have had a special dinner for the holiday this morning. Families waited for the meals at the Tustin Family and Youth Center at Newport and Sycamore avenues….

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