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May 22, 1990 | RICH ROBERTS, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Hal Cribbs, executive secretary of the California Fish and Game Commission, said Monday that he will announce today whether he will resign or force the commission to fire him. Either way, it appears doubtful that Cribbs, 53, executive secretary since 1979, will survive on the commission--as he did when it moved to oust him in 1987 for "meddling in legislative affairs," according to commissioner Albert Taucher of Long Beach.
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May 22, 1990 | RICH ROBERTS, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Hal Cribbs, executive secretary of the California Fish and Game Commission, said Monday that he will announce today whether he will resign or force the commission to fire him. Either way, it appears doubtful that Cribbs, 53, executive secretary since 1979, will survive on the commission--as he did when it moved to oust him in 1987 for "meddling in legislative affairs," according to commissioner Albert Taucher of Long Beach.
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May 23, 1990 | RICH ROBERTS
Hal Cribbs has refused the California Fish and Game Commission's informal request to resign as executive secretary, apparently forcing a public review of his performance. Cribbs, as head of the commission's full-time staff since 1979, is one of the most influential wildlife management figures in the state.
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June 5, 1990 | RICH ROBERTS, TIMES STAFF WRITER
As expected, the California Fish and Game Commission fired Executive Secretary Hal Cribbs Monday, even as a state senate hearing investigated the reasons for the ouster of the second-most powerful fish and wildlife official in the state. The special commission session, called when Cribbs refused a commission request to resign two weeks ago, took only 20 minutes before a standing-room-only audience in Sacramento.
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October 18, 1985 | MAURA DOLAN, Times Staff Writer
The Interior Department, settling a heated internal dispute, announced Thursday that it will release three endangered California condors over a remote mountainous region in Kern County next April to see how they fare in the wild before deciding whether to buy them a multimillion-dollar refuge. The department previously had planned to acquire a 13,800-acre site in Kern County as a refuge for the rare birds.
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April 7, 1990 | RICH ROBERTS, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The protests that the California Fish and Game Commission expected from anti-hunting groups at the final hearing on mammal hunting regulations for 1990-91 came instead from the other side--the hunters. Houndsmen--hunters who use dogs to pursue game--concerned about restrictions on bear hunting, and archers, seeking a more liberal season for deer hunting near San Diego, dominated testimony before the commission Friday in Long Beach.
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February 22, 1996 | ANNA CEKOLA, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Ardith Cribbs was legally sane when she handcuffed her high-ranking game warden husband to a bed and fatally shot him five times in the legs, groin, back and head, a Superior Court jury decided Wednesday. Cribbs, convicted by the same jury of first-degree murder earlier this month, faces up to 30 years to life in prison when she is sentenced March 29. Relatives of her slain husband, Gordan L.
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August 12, 1994 | JODI WILGOREN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Police said Thursday that they have no clear suspect in the shooting death of a high-ranking state environmental official, but they have not yet been able to interview the man's wife, who was found unconscious in their home at the same time his body was discovered. Ardith Cribbs, 38, was in stable but guarded condition at Pacifica Community Hospital in Huntington Beach on Thursday afternoon after an apparent drug overdose Wednesday.
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June 6, 1990 | RICH ROBERTS
What the California Fish and Game Commission achieved by firing Executive Secretary Hal Cribbs earlier this week isn't clear, but another power on the state wildlife scene may follow him. As Cribbs served at the pleasure of the commission, Pete Bontadelli, director of the Department of Fish and Game, serves at the pleasure of the governor, and the state will have a new governor next year.
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May 23, 1990 | PETE THOMAS
It may be too early to determine whether a combination of a crackdown on Japanese long-line fishermen, restrictions on take, and the growing practice of catch-and-release is responsible, but marlin fishing off southern Baja California is better than it has been in several years. "I'd say that this is probably getting back to what it used to be in the good old days," said Bob Van Wormer, owner of the Hotel Punta Colorada in the East Cape region. "This year here has been fantastic.
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