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February 8, 2000
Earth Corp. announced it has moved from Northridge to a 50,000-square-foot facility at 1647 Truman St. in San Fernando. The company has 80 employees and plans to double its labor force this year. Earth Corp. manufactures and supplies imaging products, including laser and inkjet cartridges.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
February 8, 2000
Earth Corp. announced it has moved from Northridge to a 50,000-square-foot facility at 1647 Truman St. in San Fernando. The company has 80 employees and plans to double its labor force this year. Earth Corp. manufactures and supplies imaging products, including laser and inkjet cartridges.
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March 5, 1995 | JESSE KATZ, TIMES STAFF WRITER
On the hallowed grounds of the Alamo, a shrine so sacred that men still must doff their hats before setting foot in the limestone chapel, Frank Buschbacher is digging for gold. For the last month, his team of excavators has delicately sifted through a gaping hole carved out of the plaza floor, an unprecedented treasure hunt somewhat akin to burrowing for riches underneath the Vatican.
NEWS
July 20, 1997 | MAUD S. BEELMAN, ASSOCIATED PRESS
Urlick Evans gazed at the caged eagle 60 feet up in an old cottonwood and the bird glared down at him, two proud creatures struggling to adapt to their environment. "He's wild," the 21-year-old former son of the streets said. "I was pretty much wild then too." The eagle, named Hoptowit, is one of four bald eaglets being raised in temporary captivity on the banks of the Anacostia River in hopes of repopulating the nation's capital with the national symbol.
NEWS
July 20, 1997 | MAUD S. BEELMAN, ASSOCIATED PRESS
Urlick Evans gazed at the caged eagle 60 feet up in an old cottonwood and the bird glared down at him, two proud creatures struggling to adapt to their environment. "He's wild," the 21-year-old former son of the streets said. "I was pretty much wild then too." The eagle, named Hoptowit, is one of four bald eaglets being raised in temporary captivity on the banks of the Anacostia River in hopes of repopulating the nation's capital with the national symbol.
BUSINESS
January 14, 1988
Diane C. Creel has been named chief operating officer of the Earth Technology Corp. Creel previously was chief marketing officer of the Long Beach environmental consulting firm.
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