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Cabrera among OC Register layoffs

Yvette Cabrera, columnist for the Orange County Register and the current president of CCNMA, has been laid off from the paper.

According to Gustavo Arellano, from the OC Weekly, 5 reporters, including Yvette, were laid off and 4 other unfilled positions were eliminated.

Yvette was named best columnist by the Orange County Press Club in 2011.  She had been at the OC Register for 13 years.

 

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  1. [...] Cabrera won the David McQuay Award for Best Columnist award at the annual Orange County Press Club Awards Gala on July 20, 2011.  She wrote for the Register for 13 years, according to Media Moves. [...]