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September 4, 2003 | Bob Pool, Times Staff Writer
Lessons are still being taught at Los Angeles' last one-room schoolhouse. Civic leaders intent on converting the ground beneath it into a slick gateway to the "new" Los Angeles are learning that there's considerable appreciation for things old behind the school's 127-year-old clapboard walls.
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September 4, 2003 | Bob Pool, Times Staff Writer
Lessons are still being taught at Los Angeles' last one-room schoolhouse. Civic leaders intent on converting the ground beneath it into a slick gateway to the "new" Los Angeles are learning that there's considerable appreciation for things old behind the school's 127-year-old clapboard walls.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
April 10, 1997
Victory Christian School, formerly Heritage Christian School, is inviting graduates and former staff members to a 40th anniversary celebration dinner. The reunion for the preschool through sixth-grade school will be May 9 at Knott's Berry Farm. The school's founder, Bob Wells, is expected to speak. Tickets are $20. Information: (714) 220-6726.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
December 20, 1990
By early this week, the Salvation Army in Torrance had filled two garages with canned food donated by individuals, businesses and service organizations, including Epson America, Del Amo Fashion Center, Kiwanis and Rotary clubs, local schools and Scouting and YMCA groups. The food, collected by city workers, will be distributed to about 150 needy families before Christmas Day. Other South Bay groups are helping the needy this holiday season.
SPORTS
November 24, 1990
Christian Heritage converted nine of 12 free throws in the final six minutes and pulled away from Christ College Irvine, 68-65, in Friday's opening round of the UC San Diego Triton tournament. Corey Smith led Christ College Irvine with 16 points. Christian Heritage set school records for fewest field goal attempts (39) and free throw attempts (46) in a game. Christian Heritage, which advances to tonight's championship game, made 29 free throws.
SPORTS
May 2, 1986
Darrell Beck had a double, a triple and scored three runs Thursday to lead Heritage High School to a 10-5 win over Newport Christian in an Academy League game played in Anaheim's Glover Stadium. Joe Alston went 2 for 3 with a double and two RBIs for the Conquistadors (5-6, 6-8). The Patriots are 4-6 and 7-9.
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May 12, 2009 | Times Wire Reports
An Ohio teenager has been suspended by his Baptist school because he attended a public high school's prom. Officials at Heritage Christian School in Findlay had warned 17-year-old Tyler Frost that he would be suspended and prohibited from attending graduation if he went to the public school dance over the weekend with his girlfriend. The school forbids dancing, rock music and holding hands.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
April 15, 1997 | CATHY WERBLIN
In an effort to ease overcrowding, accommodate reduced class sizes and postpone implementation of year-round schools, the Garden Grove Unified School District Board of Education will consider opening two of its leased school sites when it holds its regular meeting tonight. Pending board approval, Skylark School, 11250 MacMurray St., will open with 308 students bused from the overcrowded Heritage Elementary School this fall, and Simmons School, 11602 Steele Drive, will reopen in September 1998.
SPORTS
July 18, 1987 | From Times Wire Services
University of North Carolina athletes J.R. Reid and April Heinrichs highlighted the opening ceremony of the U.S. Olympic Festival Friday night, lighting the symbolic flame at Carter-Finley Stadium. Reid, 19, the Atlantic Coast Conference's basketball rookie of the year last season, played in the 1986 Festival at Houston and will play for the South team this year. Heinrichs, 23, was named U.S. Olympic Committee female soccer athlete of the year last season by the U.S.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
April 20, 1989
I attended the City Council meeting April 11 in Rolling Hills Estates in regard to the expansion plans for Peninsula Heritage School (formerly advertised as Wingrock School). The City Council with the patience of Job listened to the pros and cons, and with infinite wisdom and good sense decided to follow the General Plan set out in Rolling Hills Estates Resolution No. 685, adopted June 13, 1973, which states that "the primary objective of the City is to preserve and enhance the rural character and single family nature of the community."
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