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July 17, 1989
The Hanford City Council has agreed to a settlement that will allow GWF Power Systems to build a coal-fired cogeneration plant in the city. The agreement ended a bitter legal battle that began last December when the City Council imposed a ban on coal burning which effectively overturned its March, 1988, approval of the GWF plant.
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July 17, 1989
The Hanford City Council has agreed to a settlement that will allow GWF Power Systems to build a coal-fired cogeneration plant in the city. The agreement ended a bitter legal battle that began last December when the City Council imposed a ban on coal burning which effectively overturned its March, 1988, approval of the GWF plant.
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TRAVEL
February 5, 2006
"EACH New Year's, our group of 10 longtime friends goes off to celebrate at some congenial spot. This year we discovered a wonderful small-town experience in Hanford, in California's Central Valley. "We stayed at the Irwin Street Inn, a bed-and-breakfast made up of four turn-of-the-century Victorian homes. Interesting civic buildings, a strong sense of history and community, and a charming old inn at very reasonable prices make Hanford well worth exploring." Doubles from $94.50.
SPORTS
June 2, 1986 | ROSS NEWHAN, Times Staff Writer
The availability of Heisman Trophy winner Bo Jackson lends a degree of glamour and mystery to today's annual June baseball draft, but it is the Angels, with five of the first 28 picks, who figure to get rich. "We're in a situation without precedent," scouting director Larry Himes said Sunday. "Now I have to rub the Buddha and see if we can pick the right ones." Most say the Angels can't miss, citing the depth of the 1986 talent pool.
OPINION
May 26, 2008
Editor's note The wars in Iraq and Afghanistan are regular concerns of The Times' editorial pages, and undoubtedly will be much debated in the coming presidential campaign. Today, however, is not for politics or policy, but rather for honor. And thus we pay our respects to the women and men of our armed forces who have given their lives in defense of this country and its freedoms. Below, those who made that sacrifice from Jan. 1, 2008, through midnight Saturday. Jim Newton, Editor of the Editorial Pages -- [ IRAQ ]
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