September 27, 1989 |
On a slow weekday afternoon, Mike and Joy Flynn, owners of Lamppost Pizza in Fountain Valley, might seem to be a typical hard-working couple consumed with shredding mozzarella, chopping pepperoni and making lots of dough--literally and financially. But consider their 90-hour work weeks, their coffee-and-pizza diets, their ability to withstand a horde of hungry, hyperactive teen-agers, and the Flynns suddenly become more than your average pizza parlor owners. They become. . . Mr. and Mrs.
June 8, 1987 |
A high school cross-country runner crashes his car after drinking at a party, killing himself and two other students. A high school baseball player says he pitched his first varsity game with most of his teammates drunk. A high school football coach starts a drug-testing program after finding two football players and a cheerleader had become addicted to drugs.