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August 25, 2001 | From Times Wire Reports
An 18-year-old Maryland man was sentenced to six months in jail for sending threatening messages to two Santee students after the March 5 shooting at Santana High School that left two dead and 13 wounded. Patrick Andrew Smith pleaded guilty to two counts and apologized for his "cruel and insensitive" actions. He will also serve three years' probation and have his computer use monitored. Judge Judith Hayes banned Smith from chat rooms where teenagers often exchange messages.
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August 25, 2001 | From Times Wire Reports
An 18-year-old Maryland man was sentenced to six months in jail for sending threatening messages to two Santee students after the March 5 shooting at Santana High School that left two dead and 13 wounded. Patrick Andrew Smith pleaded guilty to two counts and apologized for his "cruel and insensitive" actions. He will also serve three years' probation and have his computer use monitored. Judge Judith Hayes banned Smith from chat rooms where teenagers often exchange messages.
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April 9, 1999 | DAVE LESHER, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Gov. Gray Davis said Thursday that he will offer a plan this year to make public service a graduation requirement for all of California's higher education students. "I think it's very important," Davis said in a press conference. "One of the ethics of the World War II generation was a sense of obligation to the future and an appreciation for what they inherited--and that is getting away from us."
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February 2, 1998 | LESLEY WRIGHT, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
Orange County residents have a reputation for being miserly when asked to write checks for charity, but they seem to respond wholeheartedly when asked to give their time. Volunteerism, experts say, has become downright trendy in Orange County. "Tutoring, mentoring right now is very big," said Mary Perez, an administrator at Westminster's Volunteer Exchange. "I think people are realizing it's OK to use volunteers, to use the unpaid manpower."
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