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          Call Center Rep Needed in Santa Ana! $17/hr. to start!      Cache   Translate Page      
CA-Santa Ana, Job Description: Company in Santa Ana borderline Orange is looking for a Customer Service Representative to join their team! Responsibilities include: -Answering customer questions and concerns -Providing customers with an excellent customer experience -Must be able to determine customer needs and escalate call when necessary -Will be entering date into the database and will be responsible for mai
          Man charged with murder, DUI after fatal weekend crash in Santa Ana      Cache   Translate Page      
The crash happened about 2:20 a.m. on Sunday at Grand and McFadden avenues.
          Bird lands flock of e-scooters in Santa Ana, but it’s unclear whether they’ll stay      Cache   Translate Page      
Cities including Newport Beach, Beverly Hills and Palm Springs have ordered the scooters removed or banned them.
          Loan Officer - Doorway Home Loans - Santa Ana, CA      Cache   Translate Page      
Active CA-DBO license ; A dedicated underwriter answering guideline and scenario questions before submission to capture market share....
From Doorway Home Loans - Sun, 04 Nov 2018 07:36:31 GMT - View all Santa Ana, CA jobs
          Mortgage Branch Manager - Doorway Home Loans - Santa Ana, CA      Cache   Translate Page      
Active NMLS license in your current state of employment; A dedicated underwriter answering guideline and scenario questions before submission to capture market...
From Doorway Home Loans - Sun, 26 Aug 2018 10:09:01 GMT - View all Santa Ana, CA jobs
          Manager of Information Technology - Doorway Home Loans - Santa Ana, CA      Cache   Translate Page      
The individual will work closely with decision makers in other departments to identify, recommend, develop, implement and support cost-effective technology...
From Doorway Home Loans - Sat, 01 Dec 2018 02:06:25 GMT - View all Santa Ana, CA jobs
          Senior Loan Officer - Doorway Home Loans - Santa Ana, CA      Cache   Translate Page      
Active NMLS license in your current state of employment; A dedicated underwriter answering guideline and scenario questions before submission to capture market...
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          Region Sales Manager (w/ travel) - Automotive CRM - Dominion Dealer Solutions - Santa Ana, CA      Cache   Translate Page      
We are looking for people who can answer yes to the following:. Able to create, document and deploy a repeatable process the increases revenue per named account...
From Dominion Dealer Solutions - Wed, 15 Aug 2018 21:59:26 GMT - View all Santa Ana, CA jobs
          Ducks players score big, taking underserved kids on a Christmas shopping spree      Cache   Translate Page      
The team partnered the Santa Ana nonprofit The Wooden Floor.
          Poseidon’s Voodoo Math; and Klepto Kris Murray named to powerful Water Board.      Cache   Translate Page      
Really, Kris on the Santa Ana Regional Water Quality Control Board? NO.
          Comment on Roman Reyna has been sued for not being a qualified candidate for Ward 4 of the Santa Ana City Council by Santanera      Cache   Translate Page      
Roman Reyna won fair & square. Obviously not enough people believed “Basura”. Thankful for this Homegrown Representative for my family. Sorry Phil, there’s no participation award to be handed out here. Roman took the trash out.
          Comment on Roman Reyna has been sued for not being a qualified candidate for Ward 4 of the Santa Ana City Council by Anonymous      Cache   Translate Page      
Good luck Phil!!
          Comment on There was a fire early this morning at the abandoned Saddleback Lodge in Santa Ana by Anonymous      Cache   Translate Page      
I’m going to save you the time and money. Homeless people have taken over that building. They live in there. Put the pieces together. Also, why is this building still up and not demolished ? Last but not least , don’t blame the homeless , blame the cops who see them go into the building and not do nothing about. I have personally witnessed homeless going in and cops just watching.
          Suspect in Anaheim-to-Yorba Linda chase airlifted out of Santa Ana River      Cache   Translate Page      
The pursuit began after a motorist in an SUV hopped a center divider and drove through the truck lane at the Windy Ridge Toll Plaza on the 241 Toll Road.
          Woman pleads guilty to starting Santa Ana fire in July that sent man to hospital in critical condition      Cache   Translate Page      
As many as 10 apartments were damaged or destroyed by the July fire.
          Roman Reyna has been sued for not being a qualified candidate for Ward 4 of the Santa Ana City Council      Cache   Translate Page      
Roman Reyna may have won a seat on the Santa Ana City Council in the November General Election but he probably should refrain from celebrating now that he has been sued by his Ward 4 opponent, Phil Bacerra. Click here to read the legal pleading. You might recall a campaign mailer that included a representation […]
          There was a fire early this morning at the abandoned Saddleback Lodge in Santa Ana      Cache   Translate Page      
There was a fire early this morning at the abandoned Saddleback Lodge, at 1655 E. 1st St., in Santa Ana, according to the O.C. Fire Authority. The fire began at about 4:30 a.m. It began the second and third floors. It was a two alarm fire with approximately 65 firefighters on scene. The fire crews […]
          Orange County streetcar breaks ground as FTA signs for funding      Cache   Translate Page      

Construction began Nov. 30 on the Orange County Transportation Authority’s 4.1-mile streetcar project in Santa Ana, the same day the project was full funding.

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          Professional Security Officer      Cache   Translate Page      
CA-Santa Ana, VETERANS WANTED *BONUS* - Professional Security Officer *Hired Veterans will receive up to a $2,000 Sign on Bonus* Overview We are North America’s leading security services provider with over 200,000 phenomenal employees. For all full-time positions, we offer medical, dental and vision coverage, life insurance, 401K, employee assistance programs, company discounts, perks and more! Approximately 65
          Senior Director, Sales & Account Management, CA Small Group Commercial - (Santa Ana, California, United States)      Cache   Translate Page      
Lead, coach and develop professional sales and account management team in order to achieve membership and margin targets, continually improve performance and translate key initiatives into action. Provide leadership, strategic direction and oversight including the development and execution of retention, marketing and growth strategies. Responsible for retention and revenue goals while providing the highest levels of customer satisfaction. Achieve commercial new group membership enrollment forecast for assigned segment. Create new sales distribution channels and manage and enhance existing sales channels. This position also has responsibility for supporting the company's local presence and strategy by becoming involved with key organization, committees, and influences within the area of responsibility. Essential Responsibilities: Leads the team to execute established strategy. Provides leadership, vision and direction to achieve new group membership enrollment and margin targets. Identifies resources needed for the team to achieve organizational performance goals. Creates and model a coaching culture that supports continuous growth and development at all levels. Effectively leverages KP's Manager Coaching Program to support team development and sales excellence. Develops, implements, and directs sales strategy that will achieve new business membership goals including collaborating with various internal and external partners to develop these strategies. Provides overall direction and coordination of support resources for all Sales housed and working in their geographic area/line of business responsibility and in concert with all regions where appropriate. Proposes and executes policies and programs to achieve maximum sales volume potential for Kaiser's products and/or services. Manages success of new, complex distribution channels including Brokers, Navigators, Assistors as well as Direct Sales channels to achieve membership, margin and market-share targets. Provides input on product development, as it relates to market opportunities and overall strategy. Contributes to product positioning, pricing, distribution and marketing strategy of all existing and new services. Coordinates KP external messaging to all channels through the development and implementation of plans that achieve sales objectives integrated across communications functions, and consistent with National and Local strategies. Maintains direct market visibility with consultants, brokers, business community leaders and target prospects. Positions the organization by building external relationships with key customers and channels. Gain KP-wide consensus on strategic direction for Exchanges under Health Care Reform and insure that implementation and launch of this transformational work is successful. Leads the optimization and collaboration in the development and execution of all strategic and tactical plans to achieve growth potential and optimal business partnership in each account. Accountable for ensuring budget for department/team stays within allocated budget/costs targets. Ensure a high level of service is provided to group customers and their brokers, agents and advisors. Ensures that effective controls are developed and maintained to ensure the achievement of outcomes for the team.
          Tinder Date = Donated Kidney      Cache   Translate Page      
Is he the ultimate Cuck or not? " 22-year-old Cheyenne HanLee, from Santa Ana, CA, met Gavin on Tinder after he 'super-starred' her. Just over two years later, he has saved her life by donating his kidney to her. Cheyenne told Barcroft TV: "I never thought I would have found Gavin through this dating app, and now we are here and he's giving me his kidney - it's kind of crazy." Gavin added: "She had a nice smile and talked a lot, which made it easy." When Cheyenne and Gavin first started talking, Cheyenne was in denial over how sick she was. She explained: "When I first got Tinder, I didn't believe that I was sick because my illness is invisible. No one else, including myself, could see that I was sick but I could feel it. Cheyenne and Gavin had been together for seven months when she collapsed whilst out with friends during her first year of attending college in San Diego. Gavin then took her to the hospital to have her bloods taken. Cheyenne was told she was surviving on 2% kidney function, which was dangerously low. "Most people don't live to that point, I would have died in a few days if I didn't go to the hospital when I did," Cheyenne explained. Gavin added: "When I took her for the blood test, the doctor told us to come straight to the emergency room, that's when I found out how bad it was." Cheyenne didn't believe it when she was first diagnosed with kidney failure, despite having had the symptoms for years. She said: "I was healthy and young, I thought I was invincible." After being diagnosed, Cheyenne soon started dialysis, which meant for ten hours every night - up until her transplant - she had to hook herself up to her peritoneal dialysis machine to remove toxins from her body. The machine essentially acted as her kidneys. She said: "I was really depressed and didn't do anything every single day. Haemodialysis made me so exhausted, I wouldn't be able to function afterwards. "After I started peritoneal dialysis, I felt a little better and sought out a support group, learning about kidney disease has helped me a lot." Cheyenne was told she needed a transplant very soon, and that was when Gavin stepped in. He explained: "I already knew I wanted to get tested at that point, but I couldn't really do anything for a while because there's a process to get on the transplant list." Cheyenne added: "I was really sick; we didn't talk about the transplant - I just thought I was going to die." Once Cheyenne was more stable, Gavin went through the process of being tested and realised he was a match for Cheyenne. Cheyenne at first didn't want Gavin to donate but her condition wasn't getting any better and she had little luck with other potential donors. And so they agreed that Gavin would donate his kidney. Gavin said: "When people ask the question of why I'm doing this, I tell them it's not a question of why, but rather, how can I not? "I don't think I'm special, I think anybody in my position would do the same thing." Cheyenne disagrees: "I don't think so, I think he's special." On October 24th 2018, Cheyenne and Gavin travelled to the Sharp Memorial Hospital in San Diego for the kidney transplant, which was a success. "Regular 22-year-olds aren't supposed to suffer like she has - I'll do anything to make it a little better for her," Gavin said. After the successful transplant, Cheyenne told Barcroft: "I can't put into words how it feels to have Gavin's kidney. He literally saved my life." Although the transplant was a huge event in their relationship, Cheyenne and Gavin don't think it'll affect them as a couple. Gavin said: "Beforehand, if she had broken up with me, I'd still do it. If she breaks up with me after, that will still be fine. "It's not about the relationship - it's about giving her a good life and being healthy and happy." Cheyenne added: "I can't put into words how grateful I am to him. It's a big life change, I went from being tired doing laundry to how I am now - it's not normal, but it's as normal as I'll get. "I'm really happy, I haven't done dialysis in 21 days and I don't need to be on life support anymore, all because of him.""
          Here's how white colonizers set us up for uncontrollable wildfires       Cache   Translate Page      
"I want us to go humbly to the very people our culture tried to exterminate to listen to what they can teach us."

A red sun rises, and green freeway signs are unreadable in the thick air as morning traffic crawls toward Silicon Valley. It’s just one day into the nightmare of the Camp Fire in Paradise, California, 150 miles to the north, and toxic smoke has already blanketed the Bay Area, where it will deepen over two weeks. I ask myself what I’m doing out here in my car adding to the mess. Ever since last year’s fires ripped through my family’s place in the Napa hills, I’ve felt especially vulnerable. My respiratory passages clench up at every hint of smoke. And now there’s a twinge of chest pain I’ve learned to read as fear, not a second heart attack. It’s a sensation I can calm, but it comes back when I face the enormity of what we’ve done to the Earth and each other.

This story first appeared at Yes! Magazine.

These fires say it all. As I write, the one in Paradise, alone, has destroyed twice as many homes as last year’s fires and moved even faster across the land. It has killed 88 people, with hundreds still missing, many more homeless, and millions exposed to the sick air. But it’s not just the fires themselves—the “new abnormal” as our governor calls. Most of us know that we’ve crossed a line with climate and are entering a passage that humans have no idea how to navigate. All we know is that our way of life on this planet is not working and needs to change radically and quickly. I’m on the road now because I’m heading to a retreat where we’ll think about how to meet these “burning times.”

Last year when the fires hit us so directly in Napa and Sonoma, I was studying the local ecosystem and my family’s history on the land, so I can tell you some things about fire and colonization that aren’t in the news. These dry-season fires bear close relationship to what the land evolved with—many native plants here can’t reproduce without a good burn. I’m glad to say some of them on our hill are thriving anew after last year’s fire. But modern fires burn differently, thanks to interlocking factors of our own making. The media is beginning to explain how climate change has deepened drought, raised temperatures and even created a desiccating force called “negative rain.” All this accelerates the winds we’ve always had this time of year—dry Santa Ana and Diablo winds out of the northeast that make wildfire more fearsome. On our hill last year, some parts burned lightly, others with a new kind of ferocity that will affect recovery.

In the panic, no one talks about another human factor rooted in our history: how we White Californians, in our earliest legislation in 1850—our first year of statehood—criminalized practices that Indigenous Californians had used for millennia to protect the land from catastrophic wildfire. The people who evolved with this land had learned to work with gentle, controlled burning at milder seasons of the year, supported by ceremony and traditional knowledge. Their burning killed pathogens, fertilized the soil, stimulated biodiversity and healthy creeks, and cleared tinder buildup—leaving a park-like ecosystem that our European ancestors found lovely and rushed to exploit.

To my settler-ancestors, Indigenous burning must have seemed threatening. In its wake, they began the kind of farming that would weaken biodiversity, divert and pollute the waters, and poison the land. The wave of new immigrants who came with the gold rush wanted what media of the time called “only a White population in California” and began a course of genocide and enslavement, now well-documented as intentional. Our first governor even called for a policy of “extermination.” Californians don’t learn this history in school and know almost nothing about the hundreds of Native cultures that knew, loved and tended the lands here before us.

Knowing whose ancestral homelands are affected—the Concow and Maidu peoples in Paradise, the Wappo and Pomo in the fires I followed so closely last year—helps me think about today’s terrible fires. I’d even tracked a fire map showing the worst blaze following the same route as vigilantes in 1850 out to destroy Pomo villages. Eventually our European ancestors outgrew their farms and began to pave and build on fertile land, adding fossil fuel-intensive industry, commerce, homes, and highways like the one I am following through the home-ground of the Bay Area’s Ohlone people. I can’t help thinking we need to acknowledge history and heal before we can change the course of this destruction.

I want us to go humbly to the very people our culture tried to exterminate and listen to what they can teach us.

Calming my mind as I drive, I reason that my route will take me up and over the crest of the Santa Cruz mountains, where there’s likely to be better air. Even so, I remember that catastrophic fires have hit these mountains, too, in recent years. Later I’ll learn that just last night, two smaller ones were contained not far from where I’m heading.

My hunch proves more than right. As the highway climbs through forested land into the mountains, the dense air breaks into god rays among the trees, and a weak mid-morning sun emerges. By the time I turn in to the forest itself on a tiny one-lane road winding up a steep canyon, the air feels healthy again. Redwoods tower taller than anything along the freeway, their unique bark evolved to resist fire, the ground below covered in the ferns and shrubs of their own special ecosystem. This greenness all around is doing its thing, drawing toxins out of the air, like my HEPA filter at home but without the electricity. I am filled with gratitude for the trees. Except for my car, it’s like I’m back in an era before the defilements of fossil fuel. My breath deepens as my body adjusts to the peace.

At the retreat, there is joy in being together, finding equanimity in a burning world—which includes the horrendous mass shootings, growing government militancy, and deep personal pain so many are experiencing as our region, our nation, navigates this violent and fearful passage. Our root teacher Thich Nhat Hanh—now nearing the end of his life and returned to his native Vietnam— has spoken honestly about what humanity may face in the next hundred years as Earth’s ecosystems unravel. His earliest book, Lotus in a Sea of Fire, chronicled the painful destruction of his own country in the Vietnam War. His interpretation of Buddhism and the path out of suffering—with the healing power of the trees—is the grounding I look to, but we need more, something all of us in the wider culture can embrace.

If these burning times are our passage, there must be some rites like older cultures must have had—to strengthen us as we move through it. Secular and divided as we are, we must find them as we enter this fearful unknown. I would like to see us start with acknowledging and grieving our history—including our treatment of the earth and the Indigenous people.

Can we give up our desire for the material things that mark our lifestyle? We can’t go back and rebuild with those same toxic substances—as some of my Napa neighbors are doing. We can live more simply. My Buddhist teacher says this will be much easier for people in our culture when they feel engaged in a loving and nurturing community, so building more heartfelt connections is key. As Einstein so famously said, we can’t solve a problem from the mindset that created it. We are faced with the huge task of giving up the fossil fuel mindset.

I want us to go humbly to the very people our culture tried to exterminate to listen to what they can teach us. Already scientists have begun to learn the value of intentional burning. Fire ecology courses borrow the wisdom of the Indigenous. But I want us to ask Indigenous people to take the reins themselves and help get us back on track with fire. I want them to take care of their own lands once again, as the Karuk people are doing up north on the Klamath River. They have the wisdom we need and—given what they’ve survived—the resilience. If there are prayers to go with their techniques, these need to be said. Thank goodness the people with the medicine are still here. After last year’s fires, I looked and found California Natives like Ron Goode of the North Fork Mono who have taken up work in the woods, sometimes fighting fires. Ron and others around the state still have their original teachings about fire and know how—without fear—to be in relationship with a force that baffles the wider world. These are the teachings we all need now.


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          I Swiped Right On Tinder - And Got A Kidney | TRULY      Cache   Translate Page      
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A YOUNG WOMAN suffering from kidney failure has finally found a replacement organ – from the boyfriend she met on Tinder. 22-year-old Cheyenne HanLee, from Santa Ana, CA, met Gavin on Tinder after he ‘super-starred’ her. Just over two years later, he has saved her life by donating his kidney to her.

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          Red Flag Warning Returns With Cold Santa Ana Winds      Cache   Translate Page      
Dry and gusty Santa Ana winds sweeping through Southern California are predicted to bring days of critical fire weather conditions.
          Past Tense: December 6, 2018      Cache   Translate Page      
70 years ago - 1948 Work was begun on the Idyllwild Fire House between the Trading Post and Ice & Fuel. 65 years ago - 1953 Joan Crawford, Kathryn Grayson and Elizabeth Taylor were in holiday pictures at The Rustic Theatre. 60 years ago - 1958 Santa Ana winds pushed the temperature to 80 degrees […]
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          Crystal Crisis Release Date Set for Switch      Cache   Translate Page      

SANTA ANA, California, December 5, 2018—Nicalis, Inc. today announced that Crystal Crisis, the cute and colorful new color-matching combat game, will be released on April 23, 2019. Previously announced for Nintendo SwitchTM, the game will now see simultaneous releases on both Nintendo Switch and PlayStation®4.

Nicalis also revealed plans to bring The End Is Nigh, a challenging adventure platformer, and Dungreed, an infinitely replayable 2D action game, to PS4 in 2019.

Crystal Crisis

Developed and published by Nicalis, Crystal Crisis is presented like a traditional fighting game, but instead of pressing buttons to kick and punch, competitors arrange falling crystals into matching colors to clear them from the screen and inflict attacks on their opponents. In this star-studded crossover puzzle game, players can choose from 19 different playable characters, including fan favorites from Cave Story, The Binding of Isaac, Tezuka Productions and many other surprise entrants.


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CA-Santa Ana, Will only consider local candidates for this position* Come work for a company who is a leader within the insurance and health care service industry. With a 13-year track record of success and growth, our organization is at the forefront of innovation and is poised to revolutionize the industry. We offer nothing but the best in service, technology, and products to our clients. As a member of our t
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CA-Santa Ana, Summary Part Time Event Specialist Are you outgoing and enjoy interacting with people? If promoting brand awareness through product demonstration sounds appealing, then our Part Time Job is the right fit for you! We are looking for Brand Ambassadors to engage customers by promoting products to increase sales. If you have experience in food services, retail, and/or customer service or simply enjoy
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