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May 11, 1992
Natural events have prompted us to prepare for "the big one" in Southern California. Surprisingly, when it came it wasn't a geological upheaval but a social one! PATTI GOLLONG, Encinitas
October 1, 1985
Santa Fe Management Group, an Encinitas-based operator of hotels and motels, announced agreements to operate the Mission Valley West TraveLodge, the Ontario South TraveLodge, the San Bernardino Penny Lodge and the South El Monte Penny Lodge in Los Angeles County.
June 29, 1987
Leo Gurnoe of Encinitas rallied to defeat Bill Sparks of San Diego, 13-15, 15-10, 11-8, to win the men's open division of the Coors Light/Marty Hogan racquetball tournament Sunday at the Escondido Athletic Club. The three-year-old tournament featured amateur players in 14 divisions for men and women. Gurnoe is eligible to play for $500 in a regional tournament at Las Vegas in September, facing players from California and Nevada who won similar qualifying tournaments.
May 5, 2009 | Larry Gordon
Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger on Monday made two appointments to the University of California Board of Regents, the panel that governs the 10-campus system. George Kieffer, a prominent Los Angeles attorney and UCLA law school graduate, previously served as an alumni representative on the board and as president of the California Community Colleges Board of Governors. Kieffer is a Democrat. Charlene Zettel of Encinitas served as a Republican in the Assembly for one term and later was director of the state Department of Consumer Affairs.
February 7, 1988
A 10-year-old Leucadia girl accidentally shot and killed herself Friday with a .22-caliber rifle that had been left in a bedroom, authorities said. Maria Patricia Clemente, a fourth-grader at Leucadia Central School, died in the emergency room of Scripps Hospital in Encinitas at 7:28 p.m., deputy coroner Jerry Hillbrand said. The girl was rushed to Scripps by her father, Manuel Clemente, from the home on the 700 block of Hygeia Avenue after being shot in the chest about 7 p.m., Sheriff's Sgt.
July 5, 1985
Two UCLA runners were among the top three finishers in the men's division of Thursday morning's Coronado Half Marathon. Bruin Rich Brownsberger, an El Cajon native, finished in first place with a time of 1:05.07. UCLA teammate Jerry Marsh of San Diego came in third at 1:05.56. Second place went to Ed Mendoza, who registered a time of 1:05.06. Mendoza won the half marathon in 1982 and 1983. Oonaugh Bruni, of Encinitas, captured the women's division in 1:19.56. Lorrie Dierdorff was second at 1:20.
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