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January 21, 1995 | BILL BILLITER
Carry a toy weapon and you face possible expulsion from any public high school in Huntington Beach, Fountain Valley and Westminster. The Huntington Beach Union High School District board on Tuesday night gave unanimous approval to a new policy on both real and fake weapons. District officials noted that many toy guns and knives are so realistic that they can easily be used to threaten or terrorize people at schools.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
January 21, 1995 | BILL BILLITER
Carry a toy weapon and you face possible expulsion from any public high school in Huntington Beach, Fountain Valley and Westminster. The Huntington Beach Union High School District board on Tuesday night gave unanimous approval to a new policy on both real and fake weapons. District officials noted that many toy guns and knives are so realistic that they can easily be used to threaten or terrorize people at schools.
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SPORTS
October 3, 2000
The condition of Troy Kopp, the former Mission Viejo High School quarterback who suffered serious injuries in a car accident in Canada last week, has been upgraded to fair and stable. Kopp was admitted to Calgary Foothills Hospital in critical condition. His family has requested no information regarding his injuries be released.
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February 16, 1985 | ADRIANNE GOODMAN \f7
David Everett, an eighth-grader at Washington Middle School in La Habra, probably never thought he would win an award for helping a cafeteria worker clean a lunch area. The same is true for Felipe Salazar, who won a ribbon for improved behavior in his eighth-grade class.
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June 10, 1987 | ELLIOTT ALMOND and STEVE LOWERY, Times Staff Writers
This is Edison High School, Huntington Beach, Calif. This is a little slice of American pie where the color-coordinated cheerleader strolls hand-in-hand with the letterman. Where teens wearing the latest Euro-rage fashions dart through the locker-lined aisles during lunch break. This is a school inhabited by teen-agers who are not unlike their peers across the nation. They are youths with dating, parent, grade and drug problems. Edison is a campus not immune to society's nefarious ways.
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March 25, 1990 | CARLA RIVERA, TIMES STAFF WRITER
There are a few kinds of people for whom the Rev. John McReynolds has no sympathy: those who close their minds to the gift of diversity, those who fail to see the promise in all of us and youngsters who speak of what they can't do instead of what is possible.
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