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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
June 1, 1999
People should be pleased--but not surprised--by the recent scientific reports indicating that pesticides are not a major cause of the problems of the Salton Sea (May 23). Environmentalists, farmers and public agency officials have all known for some time that the real problems of the sea lie elsewhere. The cause of the sea's excessive (and occasionally toxic) algal growth is the fertilizer contained in agricultural runoff. Fortunately, farmers are working responsibly with the Regional Water Quality Control Board to develop a program of TMDLs (total maximum daily loads)
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ENTERTAINMENT
April 16, 1999 | MIKE BOEHM, TIMES STAFF WRITERS
Howard T. Mango says he thought he was being a theatrical entrepreneur, not a philanthropist, when he helped launch the Pacific Coast Civic Light Opera, based at Golden West College. Now Mango, a Newport Beach audiologist, has sued the musical-theater company and its executive director, Golden West dean David F. Anthony, for allegedly defrauding him of his investment and of his rights as an owner. Mango has acted in musicals on the local community theater scene for nearly 25 years.
SPORTS
April 13, 1999
Scott Taylor will resign as boys' water polo coach at Santa Margarita High to become a member of the men's water polo program at Golden West College, Santa Margarita Athletic Director Rich Schaaf said Monday. Golden West Athletic Director Tom Hermstad said Taylor's exact role with the Rustlers has yet to be decided. Taylor will remain the girls' water polo coach at Santa Margarita, Schaaf said.
SPORTS
December 3, 1998 | JOHN WEYLER, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Peter Janov had seen the results of his son's efforts at getting a water polo scholarship to a university in the United States--actually, he hadn't seen the results because there weren't any--so he wasn't too keen on this new idea of contacting California community colleges. "I wrote to 130 universities," the younger Peter Janov said, "It cost about $500 just to send all the letters. Some coaches wrote back and said they don't take international players. Some didn't write back at all.
ENTERTAINMENT
November 18, 1998 | ROBERT KOEHLER, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
In their movies, when Mickey and Judy wanted to put on a show, you knew that they'd do a great job, and not just because they were Mickey and Judy. They willed it to happen. They believed. Richard Wesley's new play, "The Siddons Club," at Golden West College's Studio West Theatre, is about a group of young women in the New York theater scene who fight to keep open their boarding house, which is named after 18th century actress Sarah Siddons.
SPORTS
November 12, 1998 | STEVE KRESAL
The Golden West College women's volleyball team wasn't in the mood to share Wednesday as the Rustlers beat host Saddleback in four games in an Orange Empire Conference match. The victory gives Golden West (18-0, 11-0), the top-ranked team in the state, a two-match lead over No. 2 Saddleback (16-4, 9-2) with three left. Golden West tied for the conference championship with Saddleback last season and Fullerton the year before.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
September 23, 1998 | LESLEY WRIGHT
As a student at Golden West College in 1973, Scott Steidinger was charged with designing an outdoor amphitheater. At the time, he was fulfilling the vision of then-college president Dudley Boyce. Now, 25 years later, Steidinger is again overseeing designs for a new amphitheater. Boyce, who presided over a college that was less than 10 years old and still under construction, wanted an amphitheater like the one on the grounds of his alma mater, Stanford University.
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