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August 26, 1994 | BRYAN RODGERS, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
Hart and Saugus high schools will play some of their home games at Canyon High because of earthquake damage to the football stadium at College of the Canyons, their traditional home site. The stadium at Canyons was severely damaged in the Jan. 17 earthquake, and it is estimated that repairs should be completed by Oct. 15. Hart's opener Sept. 9 against San Fernando has been moved to Canyon and its game against Thousand Oaks the following week has been moved from Friday, Sept. 16 to Sept. 15.
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December 14, 1999 | STEPHANIE STASSEL, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Throughout the 20th century, the San Fernando Valley has been no stranger to natural disasters. Earthquakes, fires, floods--the region has seen them all, often with horrific outcomes. The most damaging to property was the Northridge earthquake that struck with a 6.7 magnitude on Jan. 17, 1994. The temblor killed 57 people, injured nearly 12,000 others and caused more than $40 billion in property damage, still the costliest disaster in U.S. history.
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December 14, 1999 | STEPHANIE STASSEL, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Throughout the 20th century, the San Fernando Valley has been no stranger to natural disasters. Earthquakes, fires, floods--the region has seen them all, often with horrific outcomes. The most damaging to property was the Northridge earthquake that struck with a 6.7 magnitude on Jan. 17, 1994. The temblor killed 57 people, injured nearly 12,000 others and caused more than $40 billion in property damage, still the costliest disaster in U.S. history.
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August 26, 1994 | BRYAN RODGERS, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
Hart and Saugus high schools will play some of their home games at Canyon High because of earthquake damage to the football stadium at College of the Canyons, their traditional home site. The stadium at Canyons was severely damaged in the Jan. 17 earthquake, and it is estimated that repairs should be completed by Oct. 15. Hart's opener Sept. 9 against San Fernando has been moved to Canyon and its game against Thousand Oaks the following week has been moved from Friday, Sept. 16 to Sept. 15.
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May 31, 1994 | KAY HWANGBO and MARK SABBATINI and VIVIEN LOU CHEN, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
After a long, hard winter of mudslides and earthquakes, San Fernando Valley residents showed they were more than ready for a little summer fun at Memorial Day events that featured national pride, nabobs and in one case, nudity. After a spattering of rain, the sky cleared in time for festivities in Canoga Park, Burbank and Topanga to honor those who gave their lives for their country.
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