June 4, 1990 |
Baseball's June draft begins today, a matter of vital interest to many Orange County players. But the fascination is gone for at least three. Terry Tewell of Cypress College, Gary Christopherson of Golden West and David Stevens of Fullerton College all signed minor league contracts last week. Each was drafted last June but didn't sign.
April 19, 2009 |
After three real estate agents, two price reductions and nearly a year with no offers on their town house in Las Vegas, George and Katherine Grodin turned to a higher power for help. They bought a 4-inch plastic figurine of St. Joseph -- the patron saint of home and employment -- and placed it upside down in their patio with hopes of breaking their home-selling slump. "I just felt so helpless," said Katherine Grodin, 47. "I needed to do something."
March 21, 1989
Los Angeles Cellular Telephone Co. has appointed David T. Stevens as vice president-sales and marketing. Stevens most recently was a manager at IBM.
March 25, 1988
Brian McCloskey, a Sunny Hills High School forward who averaged 18.4 points and 12.3 rebounds this season, was named the player of the year in the Freeway League in a voter of the league's coaches. The team: FIRST TEAM Name School Pete Bach Fullerton Chris Drakos Sunny Hills Kevin Graddy Buena Park Grayle Humphrey Sonora Gary Hunter Buena Park Brian McCloskey Sunny Hills Tim Morris Troy Pat O'Curran Troy Scott St. Clair Sonora David Stevens La Habra Greg Wilber Fullerton
January 15, 2012 |
Though its demise drew little attention because of the partisan year-end brawl over the payroll tax cut extension in Congress, a key mortgage financing benefit disappeared at the end of December: the ability of large numbers of home buyers and owners to write off the premiums they pay for mortgage insurance. The loss of that tax deduction — plus mandatory new fees imposed by Congress on all new conventional and FHA loans — could effectively increase the costs of homeownership this year.
February 28, 1989
Guard Pete Bach of Fullerton High School, who averaged 19.6 points per game, was named the most valuable player of the Freeway League in a vote of the league's basketball coaches. Chris Burton, who led Fullerton to a league co-championship with Sunny Hills in his rookie season, was named coach of the year. Fullerton and Sunny Hills, both 9-1 in league play, each placed three players on the 11-man squad.