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May 9, 1990
El Cajon police arrested 11 people Tuesday in an investigation of drugs sales to high school students. The arrests come three months after an undercover officer enrolled as a senior at El Cajon Valley High School, said Lt. Bob Lein, of the El Cajon Police Department. Officer Tina Lawrence bought small quantities of marijuana, methamphetamine and LSD from several students and adults.
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October 3, 2004 | Eric Stephens, Times Staff Writer
Colorful housing tracts and sprawling shopping centers continue to pop up in South Riverside County. But they aren't the only things sprouting from this once-barren landscape. Volleyball is also taking root, particularly at Temecula Chaparral High, where the girls' team has become one of the best in Southern California. It hasn't taken long. Chaparral, which opened in 1996, won its first Southern Section championship last season and, with a record of 9-2, is ranked second in Division I-A.
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SPORTS
October 3, 2004 | Eric Stephens, Times Staff Writer
Colorful housing tracts and sprawling shopping centers continue to pop up in South Riverside County. But they aren't the only things sprouting from this once-barren landscape. Volleyball is also taking root, particularly at Temecula Chaparral High, where the girls' team has become one of the best in Southern California. It hasn't taken long. Chaparral, which opened in 1996, won its first Southern Section championship last season and, with a record of 9-2, is ranked second in Division I-A.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
May 9, 1990
El Cajon police arrested 11 people Tuesday in an investigation of drugs sales to high school students. The arrests come three months after an undercover officer enrolled as a senior at El Cajon Valley High School, said Lt. Bob Lein, of the El Cajon Police Department. Officer Tina Lawrence bought small quantities of marijuana, methamphetamine and LSD from several students and adults.
OPINION
April 6, 2014 | By Theshia Naidoo and Lynne Lyman
Jesse Snodgrass had recently transferred to Chaparral High School in Temecula and was feeling out of place and alone in 2012 when a boy named Dan, another newcomer, befriended him. Jesse, a 17-year-old autistic student, wasn't good at making friends and he was pleased by the overture. But there was something he didn't know about Dan: He was an undercover narcotics officer attending class at Chaparral hoping to bust student drug dealers. Dan quickly began exerting pressure on Jesse to sneak a pill from his parent's medicine cabinet or buy him some marijuana.
SPORTS
March 24, 1989
Sunny Hills High School pounded out 15 hits in defeating Las Vegas Basic, 15-6, Thursday in the first round of the Las Vegas Chaparral tournament at Chaparral High School. Brian Veronda went five for five and Jeff White was three for five for the Lancers. Brent Smith (2-0) went the distance, striking out five, for the victory. He also had two hits. Sunny Hills plays Las Vegas Bonanza at 10 today and Las Vegas El Camino at 7 tonight.
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November 4, 1992 | GEOFF FEIN
Ojai residents are pooling their resources and household items to hold a fund-raising community sale to help pay expenses for a 12-year-old Ojai girl stricken with bone cancer. Lacey Ipach, who learned just after Labor Day that she has cancer in her right arm, receives chemotherapy at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center in Los Angeles, said Chris Ipach, Lacey's mother. "Right now she goes for treatment Tuesday through Friday, and on some weekends," she said.
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November 9, 1991 | POLLY BEE
A survey of 38 students who graduated in June from Chaparral Continuation High School in Ojai shows an 85% success rate, a consistent percentage for seven years, Principal Roy Worsham said. Graduate success is measured by enrollment in college or vocational school, working full or part time or enlisting in military service, Worsham told trustees of the Ojai Unified School District Tuesday. The phone survey, conducted in October, was initiated to justify the school's $241,880 annual budget.
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July 26, 1998
Ojai Studio Artists awarded scholarships to six Ojai students for their outstanding achievements in film, ceramics, photography, drawing and sculpture. The scholarships aim to help the students pursue a college education. The winners: Ambika Rose Orrill, who will attend Bard College in the fall, received the $1,200 Horace Bristol Scholarship. Tim Denne, a student at Ventura College, received the $1,200 Vivika Heino Scholarship.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
February 16, 1992
A 16-year-old Santee youth died after the car he was driving was hit by an alleged drunk-driver at Redwood Avenue and First Street in El Cajon, authorities said. Wesley E. Branson died of multiple injuries at the scene of the 12:30 a.m. accident, a coroner's deputy said. Branson, a junior at Chaparral High School, was driving with Clinton Hoy, 17, in a Ford Mustang when the car was struck by a Chevy Camaro, forcing the Mustang into a utility pole, the coroner's deputy said.
TRAVEL
April 17, 2011
LEHI, UTAH Tulip Festival When, where: Through April 30, Thanksgiving Point Gardens Highlights: More than 250,000 bulbs are abloom during this celebration. Also art, food, live music, vendors and demonstrations. Cost: $10; $8 for children Info: (801) 768-2300, http://www.utahvalleyfestivals.com OJAI, CALIF. Ojai Storytelling Festival When, where: May 5-8, Ojai Art Center and Chaparral High School Highlights: Some of America's best storytellers weave tales of comedy, myth, suspense and adventure.
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September 4, 2002 | From Times Staff Reports
Donations are being sought for a rummage sale and auction to benefit a 9-year-old Ojai boy battling leukemia. Colby Chapman is being treated at Childrens Hospital Los Angeles. Event organizer Jocelyn Somers said his family needs financial assistance. Gift certificates and merchandise are being requested from area businesses for the auction, and donated household items, such as toys or kitchenware, are needed for the rummage sale. Colby also needs A-positive blood donations.
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