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February 14, 1997 | JOHN COX, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
State entomologists have narrowed their investigation of mysterious stick-like insects that were distributed to schools in southeast Los Angeles County last fall. A week after receiving four of the bugs from a Walnut agricultural association, state experts announced Thursday that the so-called walking sticks are foreign to the United States, and must therefore be classified as minor pests. But the state remains stymied in its efforts to figure out what kind of bug it is.
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September 27, 1998 | GARY KLEIN
A high school football player whose injury caused the game between Covina Northview and Hacienda Heights Wilson to be called after three quarters Friday night was listed in stable but serious condition Saturday, officials at County-USC Medical Center said. Juan Andrade, a senior linebacker for Wilson, was awake and alert and had movement in all extremities, officials said. Andrade collapsed after making a tackle at the end of the third quarter at Covina District Field.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
February 7, 1997 | JOHN COX, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
They started as a classroom curiosity, but the bugs that a teacher brought to her Hacienda Heights classroom are now puzzling county, state and federal officials who are trying to figure out what the stick-like insects are and where they came from. The schoolchildren at Shadybend Elementary seem to enjoy having the long-legged bugs crawl up their arms and across their shoulders.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
February 14, 1997 | JOHN COX, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
State entomologists have narrowed their investigation of mysterious stick-like insects that were distributed to schools in southeast Los Angeles County last fall. A week after receiving four of the bugs from a Walnut agricultural association, state experts announced Thursday that the so-called walking sticks are foreign to the United States, and must therefore be classified as minor pests. But the state remains stymied in its efforts to figure out what kind of bug it is.
SPORTS
September 27, 1998 | GARY KLEIN
A high school football player whose injury caused the game between Covina Northview and Hacienda Heights Wilson to be called after three quarters Friday night was listed in stable but serious condition Saturday, officials at County-USC Medical Center said. Juan Andrade, a senior linebacker for Wilson, was awake and alert and had movement in all extremities, officials said. Andrade collapsed after making a tackle at the end of the third quarter at Covina District Field.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
October 23, 1989 | DENISE HAMILTON, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Poems about monsters that bite children's heads off and underwater pigs that eat excrement have raised concern among some parents in the Hacienda La Puente Unified School District They say the selections--included in a series of Canadian reading books used throughout the district--are morbid and promote devil worship. Unless the books are removed from the curriculum, the parents are threatening to picket the school district.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
February 7, 1997 | JOHN COX, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
They started as a classroom curiosity, but the bugs that a teacher brought to her Hacienda Heights classroom are now puzzling county, state and federal officials who are trying to figure out what the stick-like insects are and where they came from. The schoolchildren at Shadybend Elementary seem to enjoy having the long-legged bugs crawl up their arms and across their shoulders.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
October 23, 1989 | DENISE HAMILTON, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Poems about monsters that bite children's heads off and underwater pigs that eat excrement have raised concern among some parents in the Hacienda La Puente Unified School District They say the selections--included in a series of Canadian reading books used throughout the district--are morbid and promote devil worship. Unless the books are removed from the curriculum, the parents are threatening to picket the school district.
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