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January 18, 1992 | From Times Staff and Wire Reports
A college student sued his high school alma mater, claiming he was libeled by a student newspaper parody that implied he was involved in a homosexual relationship. Christopher Zerchot, 20, filed the lawsuit in Riverside County Superior Court, alleging "loss of his reputation, shame, mortification and hurt feelings" over the story. The story appeared last year in the April Fools' Day edition of "The Tiger Times," the student-run newspaper at Elsinore High School.
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January 18, 1992 | From Times Staff and Wire Reports
A college student sued his high school alma mater, claiming he was libeled by a student newspaper parody that implied he was involved in a homosexual relationship. Christopher Zerchot, 20, filed the lawsuit in Riverside County Superior Court, alleging "loss of his reputation, shame, mortification and hurt feelings" over the story. The story appeared last year in the April Fools' Day edition of "The Tiger Times," the student-run newspaper at Elsinore High School.
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June 9, 1989 | STEVE KRESAL
Guy Carrozzo, football coach at Ocean View High School the past three seasons, has resigned to become football coach at Elsinore High School, he said Thursday. Carrozzo said the main reason for leaving was the 150-mile commute from Murietta to Huntington Beach each day. He lives about five miles from Elsinore High School. "It has nothing to do with Ocean View High School or the program," Carrozzo said. "We did a lot of positive things here and made some real improvements. But it's something I knew would happen at some time when I moved out there."
NEWS
March 30, 1989
The two juniors from the ABC Unified School District seeking to become the next governor-appointed student representative on the State Board of Education, Paras Mehta and Margie Toy, will fly to Sacramento Tuesday for a final round of interviews. Barry Tambara, principal of Cerritos High School, is accompanying Mehta to the capital, as is Toy's principal, Pauline Ferris of Whitney High.
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June 28, 1989 | NANCY WRIDE, Times Staff Writer
More than 1,000 firefighters from throughout California, Oregon and Washington battled a 3,500-acre brush fire that continued to rage out of control in the Cleveland National Forest this morning near the Orange-Riverside county border. By mid-morning, a U.S. Forestry Service spokesman said that the speed of the blaze had slowed substantially and that 30% of the fire had been contained. Because conditions in the area are the driest in 30 years, however, officials said they have brought in an extraordinary number of firefighters to attack the blaze from the air and ground.
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June 28, 1989 | NANCY WRIDE, Times Staff Writer
More than 1,000 firefighters from throughout California, Oregon and Washington were battling a 3,500-acre brush fire that continued to rage out of control in the Cleveland National Forest this morning near the Orange-Riverside county border. By mid-morning, a U.S. Forestry Service spokesman said that the speed of the blaze had slowed substantially and that the fire had been 30% contained. Because conditions in the area are the driest in 30 years, however, officials said they have brought in an extraordinary number of firefighters to attack the blaze from the air and ground.
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January 30, 1992 | From Associated Press
A college student sued his high school alma mater, claiming he was libeled by a student newspaper that implied he was involved in a homosexual relationship. Christopher Zerchot, 20, filed the lawsuit recently in Riverside County Superior Court, alleging "loss of his reputation, shame, mortification and hurt feelings" over the story.
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August 14, 2003 | Joy L. Woodson, Times Staff Writer
An Army private from Lake Elsinore has died in a vehicle accident in Mosul, Iraq, authorities said. Pfc. Daniel R. Parker, 18, was thrown from a vehicle when the driver swerved to avoid an oncoming taxi in another lane Tuesday, a Defense Department spokesman said. Parker graduated from Lake Elsinore High School in 2002, where he was an ROTC member for four years. Parker was assigned to 44th Air Defense Artillery Regiment, 101st Airborne Division in Fort Campbell.
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July 11, 2004 | Hector Becerra, Times Staff Writer
Lance Cpl. Justin Hunt's dedication to the Marines could be measured in pounds -- as in the nearly 200 pounds the Riverside resident lost over 10 months to prepare for the rigors of boot camp. "He was turned down by the Army and the Navy. They told him he was too big and to come back when he lost the weight," his twin brother, Jason, 22, said.
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February 20, 1986 | WILLIAM OVEREND, Times Staff Writer
The wife of Richard W. Miller, the first FBI agent ever charged with espionage, has filed for a divorce and has been "doing a little dating" recently while Miller awaits the start of his second espionage trial. Paula Miller, 44, the mother of Miller's eight children, said she decided to take the action following a jury deadlock that produced a mistrial in Miller's first espionage trial last November. "Our marriage just didn't have the strength to survive all this pressure," she told The Times.
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June 29, 1989 | NANCY WRIDE and THOMAS BECHER, Times Staff Writers
A persistent 7,500-acre brush fire that has destroyed at least six buildings in a remote Riverside County canyon and forced several hundred residents out of their homes since Tuesday was still burning this morning, although it appeared halted half a mile from Lake Elsinore's shore. By midday, nearly 2,000 firefighters had contained 40% of the blaze, U.S. Forest Service spokesman Dave Reyder said. Red Cross workers at an evacuation center who fed 100 residents fast-food hamburgers for dinner Wednesday night said the fire had claimed 15 homes.
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