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June 12, 2003 | Pete Thomas
The drive: About 90 miles from downtown L.A. Address: 7575 World Cup Road, Hemet. (909) 926-4653. Rates: $30-$45, cart included. Walking is allowed only in special cases. Overview: The course looks flat upon first glance, but once you set out you find plenty of substantial elevation changes, which is one of many pleasant surprises. In fact, you find a lot more variety than you might expect on a $30 course. Both par-threes on the front nine are scenic -- No.
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April 9, 2008 | Francisco Vara-Orta, Times Staff Writer
It was the kind of comeback that teenager Ryan Freydig had hoped for during his 100 hours of chemotherapy. Diagnosed with testicular cancer two days after Christmas, the Hemet high school senior had to put much of his life on hold. That included his role as a starting pitcher for the West Valley High School Mustangs baseball team.
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May 4, 2007 | From Times Staff Reports
A Hemet man suspected of shooting a 15-year-old African American boy was arrested following a four-hour standoff with police, authorities said Thursday. Jose Garcia Chavez, 20, is accused of shooting the teen four times in the stomach Saturday in an apparent hate crime on the 1900 block of West Acacia Avenue, Hemet Police Lt. Jeff Pinney said. The teen, whose name was not released, is expected to survive. Chavez surrendered at his mother's home in the 300 block of Elmwood Avenue, Pinney said.
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May 4, 2007 | From Times Staff Reports
A Hemet man suspected of shooting a 15-year-old African American boy was arrested following a four-hour standoff with police, authorities said Thursday. Jose Garcia Chavez, 20, is accused of shooting the teen four times in the stomach Saturday in an apparent hate crime on the 1900 block of West Acacia Avenue, Hemet Police Lt. Jeff Pinney said. The teen, whose name was not released, is expected to survive. Chavez surrendered at his mother's home in the 300 block of Elmwood Avenue, Pinney said.
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April 9, 2008 | Francisco Vara-Orta, Times Staff Writer
It was the kind of comeback that teenager Ryan Freydig had hoped for during his 100 hours of chemotherapy. Diagnosed with testicular cancer two days after Christmas, the Hemet high school senior had to put much of his life on hold. That included his role as a starting pitcher for the West Valley High School Mustangs baseball team.
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October 2, 2003 | Seema Mehta, Times Staff Writer
Diamond Valley Lake, a massive drinking-water reservoir in Riverside County heralded as one of the best spots in the nation for bass fishing, is set to open Friday at first light. In addition to luring fishermen, Hemet and other nearby towns are pinning their dreams on the glassy sapphire lake, which they hope will eventually create the next Branson, Mo., or Lake Tahoe.
TRAVEL
May 8, 2011
Six of us decided to spend the night in Hemet after attending a matinee of "Ramona" at the Ramona Bowl. We had made reservations at the Quality Inn and were pleasantly surprised by the motel experience. The managers were accommodating and service-oriented, the rooms were spotlessly clean, the entire property was beautifully maintained and included a pool and spa area. Such a great value: less than $90 a night, which included breakfast, bottles of water and free Wi-Fi. Quality Inn,1201 W. Florida Ave., Hemet; (951)
NEWS
November 12, 1992 | KITTY MORSE, Kitty Morse is a writer and cookbook author living in Vista.
Although California is a relative newcomer to commercial pistachio production, the nut took to the state's climate and topography with a vengeance. Since 1976, when the state's first commercial harvest took place, pistachio acreage has grown to 62,000 acres, making California the second largest producer in the world with close to 500 million pounds of nuts harvested in 1991. Pistachios, actually a relative of the mango and the cashew, are native to the Middle East.
BUSINESS
March 16, 2000
This is one in a series of tax questions from readers answered by local members of the California Society of Certified Public Accountants, to help with your 1999 and 2000 tax issues. Q: We currently own a home that has an adjacent, separately deeded lot. My husband, who is 65, will probably retire in two to three years and we are contemplating selling these properties, as values are rising.
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October 2, 2003 | Seema Mehta, Times Staff Writer
Diamond Valley Lake, a massive drinking-water reservoir in Riverside County heralded as one of the best spots in the nation for bass fishing, is set to open Friday at first light. In addition to luring fishermen, Hemet and other nearby towns are pinning their dreams on the glassy sapphire lake, which they hope will eventually create the next Branson, Mo., or Lake Tahoe.
SPORTS
June 12, 2003 | Pete Thomas
The drive: About 90 miles from downtown L.A. Address: 7575 World Cup Road, Hemet. (909) 926-4653. Rates: $30-$45, cart included. Walking is allowed only in special cases. Overview: The course looks flat upon first glance, but once you set out you find plenty of substantial elevation changes, which is one of many pleasant surprises. In fact, you find a lot more variety than you might expect on a $30 course. Both par-threes on the front nine are scenic -- No.
BUSINESS
August 9, 2006 | Cyndia Zwahlen, Special to The Times
Sushi chef Jimmy Wu could carve a cucumber into a paper-thin scroll, but he knew his knife skills weren't enough to achieve his dream of owning a sushi restaurant. So he took the advice of a customer and contacted a former head of the California Restaurant Assn. The retired restaurant executive spent months teaching Wu the ins and outs of restaurant ownership and helping him scout locations.
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