September 13, 1987 |
Irwindale may be getting the Los Angeles Raiders, but Duarte and Azusa want to make sure they are part of the game plan. At Duarte's urging, the city councils of the three communities will hold a joint meeting this week to begin coordinating possible economic opportunities and trying to ensure a successful move by the Raiders.
October 4, 1987 |
Mayor Eugene Moses, who had said that his life had become smoother since he hired a private detective as a bodyguard and investigator, found himself in trouble last week while his detective was out of town. Moses got a ticket for running a stop sign, a citation for letting weeds get out of hand in his backyard and a rash that covered his body after he tried to cut down a patch of poison ivy.
September 16, 1995
Sophomore Damian Defeo threw three touchdown passes to lead University to a 31-0 victory over Azusa Friday night a Citrus College. Defeo completed 9 of 18 passes for 158 yards for the Trojans (2-0), who scored all 31 points in the first half. University took a 7-0 lead when Defeo connected with Kelvin Murray on a 75-yard touchdown pass with 4:56 left in the first quarter. University got the ball back but fumbled it away on its 25-yard line.
May 31, 2000 |
In a single Southern California city, you can see the world economy, with all its promise of larger markets and good jobs, and all its threats of low-priced competition and shifting standards. Azusa, a city of 50,000 in the San Gabriel Valley, has a vibrant industrial sector of small manufacturing companies. Their stories reflect the triumphs and problems common to industry throughout this vast region.
March 11, 2011 |
For a government official, Nestor Moreno lived pretty large. Moreno, the director of operations for Mexico's nationalized electricity monopoly, drove a $297,000 Ferrari and owned a $1.8-million yacht named Dream Seeker. Moreno couldn't afford these luxuries on his salary at the Federal Electricity Commission in Mexico City. Instead, U.S. prosecutors alleged, they were gifts from an Azusa company that was peddling its electricity transmission equipment to foreign buyers. Now, two executives of privately held Lindsey Manufacturing Co. ?
February 22, 1987
That little notice "edited for television" appended to certain movies shown on TV should be changed to "pulverized for commercials." David S. Detwiler, Azusa
July 19, 1989
Aerojet Electro Systems in Azusa won a $253,173 increment of a $6.6-million contract from the Army to provide advanced technology for detector subarrays.
September 1, 1991
The people of Azusa and Duarte (who already live in one of the most polluted areas in the United States) are about to be threatened, thanks to the Department of Public Works of the County of Los Angeles, by the potentially most catastrophic, destructive, life-threatening release of over 16 million cubic yards of river mud and silt. In laymen's terms, this is equal to 1.6 million concrete trucks of mud. The silt and mud will be flushed out of the Morris Dam down the virgin San Gabriel River bed, to end up at the Santa Fe Dam area.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
May 26, 2003 |
A mother and her boyfriend were arrested on suspicion of child abuse in connection with the death Saturday of the woman's 3-year-old daughter in a camping trailer. Los Angeles County paramedics responded to a 911 call and found the girl unconscious in the trailer behind a residence in 200 block of North Dalton Avenue about 4:30 a.m., Azusa Police Lt. Gene Street said. She died shortly after arriving at a hospital, he said.