February 16, 1987
Two cars full of teen-agers collided head on near Delano, killing six youths and injuring five others, authorities said. A California Highway Patrol team that specializes in major crashes was investigating the accident, CHP dispatcher John Sanchez said. Sanchez said he had no information on what caused the accident, and said there was no evidence that any of the people were wearing seat belts.
April 6, 2002
I never thought I would become a single-issue voter. However, Gov. Gray Davis' granting an indefensible pay increase to correctional officers after their union gave him the largest single check he has received since taking office pushes me to the edge. I am a retired employee of the Department of Corrections with over 30 years of service, so I should be glad for my former brothers. But this is too much. As a taxpayer I object to giving such a gigantic increase to a single group of employees when the rest of the state departments are being asked to take cuts.
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August 8, 2010 |
Jack V. Pandol, a leader of the California produce industry whose innovations included pioneering global partnerships that made fresh fruit available to North Americans year-round, has died. He was 87. Pandol, who had Alzheimer's disease, died Wednesday at his longtime home in Delano, Calif., his family said. He was a second-generation farmer who thought far beyond the borders of the San Joaquin Valley land that he had worked since the 1940s. "When everybody else just saw problems, he saw opportunities," said Bryan Silbermann, president of the Delaware-based Produce Marketing Assn.
March 15, 1986 |
In terms of size, the Lynwood High School girls' basketball team does not match up with Point Loma. Forward Shurell Johnson, at 5-feet 9-inches, is the Knights' tallest player. But that doesn't mean the Knights won't match up well at 6 tonight when they play the Pointers in the Division I Southern Regional championship game at the Los Angeles Sports Arena.
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June 26, 2012 |
They once were hawked on street corners, displayed like the finest artwork with their images of Aztec warriors, Virgin Marys, lions, pandas and unicorns. Laura Genao saw them growing up but never pictured herself owning one. "Too tacky," she thought. Years later, her mother slyly left one on her couch: a blanket with a giant tiger woven in shades of gray, black and white. It was then Genao learned what most Latinos in Los Angeles come to understand as children: Love it or hate it, chances are you're going to forge a bond with a San Marcos.
April 28, 1994
Mike Delano, one of three players dismissed from the North Hollywood High baseball team last week because of disciplinary reasons, was reinstated Wednesday by vote of secret ballot by teammates. "The team voted him back in," Coach Rick Pally said. Delano, a junior left-hander who has 39 strikeouts in 24 1/3 innings, will return to the team next week. Seniors Patrick Fields and Robert Talamantes did not express an interest in returning.