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November 15, 1992 | MARY ANNE PEREZ
Three-year-old Jazzmin Sanchez is trying her mother's patience, demanding a toy that just cannot be found. After three months of learning new methods to handle her child and figure herself out at the same time, Tina Sanchez has learned that Jazzmin's behavior means she needs her mother's attention.
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November 15, 1992 | MARY ANNE PEREZ
Three-year-old Jazzmin Sanchez is trying her mother's patience, demanding a toy that just cannot be found. After three months of learning new methods to handle her child and figure herself out at the same time, Tina Sanchez has learned that Jazzmin's behavior means she needs her mother's attention.
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April 2, 1999
Here are some personal details about the three captured U.S. soldiers: Spc. Steven Gonzales Age: 21 Family: Lives in Huntsville, Texas Education: Graduated from Palestine (Texas) High School in 1995 in top 10% of class; attended Texas A&M, 1995-96 Enlisted: 1996 Interests: Science, soccer Quote: "He was a really neat kid. He was the type of student you'd love to have: hard-working, always happy, funny," said Kay Stroud, Gonzales' high school science teacher. Staff Sgt.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
October 1, 1998
A dozen Los Angeles County educators have been honored as 1998-1999 teachers of the year. They will compete next month against 65 other educators statewide to represent California in a national competition, said contest organizers. Donald W. Ingwerson, the L.A. County superintendent of schools, said in announcing the winners: "The 12 winning teachers have been given one of the most cherished honors a professional can receive--the admiration and respect of peers."
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October 6, 2008 | Garrett Therolf, Times Staff Writer
Like others classified by the Los Angeles County bureaucracy as a temporary student worker, Patricia Lopez, 51, was not temporary and not a student. For two decades she has answered phones in county health clinics, a job she took initially to get off welfare. Today, Lopez works about 39 hours a week and takes home little more than $1,000 a month.
BUSINESS
November 11, 2007 | Elizabeth Douglass, Times Staff Writer
The political business was in his blood, but Tom Soto's heart was drawn to protecting California's natural beauty. So he has made his living melding the two. Soto, the son of Assemblywoman and former state Sen. Nell Soto (D-Pomona) and the late state Sen. Phil Soto, has spent nearly two decades jumping among political appointments, business ventures and antipollution causes.
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September 2, 1990 | RICK HOLGUIN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Everyone agrees that improvements are needed at Gage Junior High School, where students have consistently scored below the national average on tests of reading, writing and mathematics. But agreeing on a solution is a different matter. The poor achievement record has triggered a heated battle among the principal, teachers and rival parents groups over what to do about it. One group of parents and City Councilman Luis Hernandez have called for the ouster of David R.
BOOKS
February 19, 1989 | Alejandro Morales, Morales most recent novel is " The Brick People" (Arte Publico Press)
In the last three decades, Chicano fiction has flourished. Bilingual Review, Arte Publico and other independent small presses have published some of the most important Chicano works to date.
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October 26, 1992
Briggs Elementary School District Three candidates, including one incumbent, are running for two seats on the board to represent the two-school, 340-student district in Santa Paula. The loser in the three-person race has been promised a two-year appointment to the board. Carolyn (Jauregui) Bowker Age: 45 Occupation: Owner of a farm management business. Education: Associate of arts degree from Ventura College.
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