December 12, 1987 |
Senior tailback Michael Beauregard rushed for 333 yards and 4 touchdowns in 25 carries to help the Cajon High School Cowboys of San Bernardino defeat the Arroyo High Knights of El Monte, 44-6, Friday night before 4,500 fans at Cajon in the Southeastern Conference championship game. Beauregard finished the season with 2,218 yards. The victory over the defending conference champion Knights gave Cajon (13-1) its first championship. Cajon finished with 467 yards, and all but 5 came on the ground.
March 19, 2013 |
When Santa Monica publicist Kevinie Woo got the word of a looming shortage, "at first I was a little bit panicked. " The product in question: yoga pants. But not just any yoga pants. Lululemon Athletica Inc., the purveyor of pricey athletic wear, is warning of a squeezed supply of its signature black yoga pants, form-fitting women's garments that have developed an almost cult-like following nationwide. The news came after the company announced it would be recalling thousands of pairs from store shelves because of a manufacturing defect.
April 29, 2011 |
On a day when President Obama toured tornado-ravaged Tuscaloosa and declared that he'd never seen devastation like it, residents of DeKalb County — a lesser-known region of corn and chicken farms about 150 miles northeast — were quietly counting the cost of their own tragedy. There were 33 dead and more than 200 hurt in the county so far, making DeKalb one of the hardest-hit regions in the multi-state tornado siege that has killed at least 333 people and injured more than 2,000 this week, the deadliest twister outbreak since 1925.
June 26, 1988 |
If you advise mature travelers that the best time to beat the crowds and high prices of the Canadian Rockies is during May or October, you may hit a snag. They've no doubt heard that the temperature hovers around 5 degrees during those months. That even sounds about right for the northerly province of Alberta, which holds one of North America's largest collections of glaciers and icefields within its mountainous folds.
February 27, 2000 |
At a cemetery on Ramon Road, where the Crayola-green lawns of this desert community yield to sand and tumbleweeds, Frank Sinatra is buried. His plain, flat gravestone bears an epitaph taken from the title of an early '60s song he recorded: "The Best Is Yet to Come."
December 14, 2006 |
U.S. money market mutual fund assets rose to a record $2.333 trillion as yields near five-year highs attract investors, according to the Money Fund Report. Total assets increased $21.3 billion in the seven days that ended Tuesday, the Westborough, Mass.-based newsletter said Wednesday. The previous high was $2.326 trillion, set in December 2002.
November 11, 2004 |
The number of Americans filing initial claims for jobless benefits increased by 2,000 to 333,000 last week, the Labor Department said. The less volatile four-week moving average of claims declined to 336,000, the lowest since the week ended July 3, from 341,500 a week earlier. The number of people continuing to collect state jobless benefits rose to 2.81 million in the week that ended Oct. 30 from 2.79 million a week earlier.
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April 10, 1990 |
Mupu Elementary School District of Santa Paula received $4,333 as its quarterly share of proceeds from state lottery sales, about the same amount received last year. "Most of the funds are earmarked for fine arts and student field trips," Principal Mark Stevens said at Monday's school board meeting. Previous lottery earnings have been paid to teachers as salary bonuses, Stevens said.
December 31, 1986
Certron Corp., the Anaheim maker and distributor of audio and video recording materials, announced net income of $333,000 for fiscal 1986, ended Oct. 31. For fiscal 1985, Certron reported a loss of $133,000 after the costs of closing the company's Anaheim audiocassette plant, which totaled more than $500,000. Sales for fiscal 1986 were $25.9 million, down slightly from $26.8 million a year earlier. The company would not release fourth-quarter results for fiscal 1986.
September 27, 1985 |
Skip Trial held off a closing rush by favored Stephan's Odyssey and won the $333,400 Pegasus by a neck at the Meadowlands Thursday night. Skip Trial covered the 1 1/8 miles of the Grade II stakes for 3-year-olds in 1:51 on the sloppy track that was drenched by daylong rain. Given a perfect ride by jockey Jean Luc Samyn, the son of Bailjumper paid $6.20 to win backers and earned $200,000 for owner Mrs. Ben Cohen. It was the sixth victory in 11 starts for the Sonny Hine-trained colt.