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October 25, 1994 | JOHN SCHWADA
Assemblyman William (Pete) Knight (R-Palmdale), 63, was first elected in 1992. The retired U.S. Air Force colonel and test pilot, has a wife and seven children. James Hutchins, the Democratic challenger, 44, is a material quality specialist at Northrop-Grumman Corp. Hutchins is married and has two children. Knight's legislative career began with an inauspicious bang.
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October 25, 1994 | JOHN SCHWADA
Assemblyman William (Pete) Knight (R-Palmdale), 63, was first elected in 1992. The retired U.S. Air Force colonel and test pilot, has a wife and seven children. James Hutchins, the Democratic challenger, 44, is a material quality specialist at Northrop-Grumman Corp. Hutchins is married and has two children. Knight's legislative career began with an inauspicious bang.
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August 7, 1993 | JACK CHEEVERS and JOHN CHANDLER, TIMES STAFF WRITERS
Filing deadlines for elections to fill seats on city councils and school and community college boards throughout the San Fernando Valley region were extended Friday because many incumbents failed to submit papers to run again. Incumbents from Lancaster to Agoura Hills missed Friday's normal deadline, triggering an automatic three-day extension under state law to encourage non-incumbent candidates to jump into the Nov. 2 elections. The new deadline is Wednesday at 5 p.m.
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April 19, 2000 | EMILY GREEN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Earlier this week, downtown Los Angeles was filled, even more than usual, with people concerned not so much with what we need but with what we want. From Saturday to Tuesday, an estimated 900 cookware manufacturers set out their wares at the Gourmet Products Show at the Los Angeles Convention Center. As one strolls the aisles, it seems that perhaps nothing is as compelling as life's little nonessentials. "It's scary to walk this show," says Marty Hiester, the host at the Kuchenprofi stall.
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February 15, 2009 | roger alford, Alford writes for the Associated Press.
When the wind died down and the ice storm had passed, Joe Stutzman gathered his spare lanterns and stepped out of his Amish farmhouse to lend them to his modern-living neighbors. "I feel sorry for my neighbors who were used to electricity and all of a sudden didn't have it," Stutzman said. "I know that must be hard for them." Hundreds of thousands of people in Kentucky have been without electricity for their lights, furnaces, ovens and refrigerators since the killer storm hit more than two weeks ago, and some spots might not get power back for weeks.
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October 4, 1993 | LAUREN A. BORSA, ASSOCIATED PRESS
Curtis Hanks strolled over to a custom-made leather saddle and admired the dark, rich texture with satisfaction. "That's our pride and joy," he said. "In fact, we think it's the best in the world." Hanks owns the Smith-Worthington Saddlery Co., where employees have been stitching saddles since George Washington was president. It was 1794 when Normand Smith opened for business, making and repairing saddles in a shop on Main Street in Hartford.
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May 13, 1990 | STEVE KRESAL, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The ease with which Rancho Santiago College dispatched Mt. San Jacinto from the Southern California Regional playoffs Saturday was impressive. Rob Nay pitched a five-hitter and the Dons won, 12-0, in the second game to win the series two games to one. Rancho Santiago had won, 6-4, Friday. The Dons were overpowering in the second game Saturday after struggling in the first game, an 8-7 loss. In the loss, Rancho Santiago had only seven hits and left eight runners on base in the final four innings.
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August 12, 1993 | JOHN CHANDLER, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Ninety-two people filed candidacy papers for seats on 15 school and water district boards in the November election, led by 14 candidates for a trio of seats on the governing board of the region's troubled high school district, county officials said Wednesday.
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October 28, 1991 | JOHN CHANDLER, TIMES STAFF WRITER
A potentially pivotal contest that could shift the leadership of the Antelope Valley high school board highlights the region's four biggest school district elections next week. Amid discontent over busing cutbacks, locker removals and a new dress code for teachers, two incumbents and seven challengers are vying for three seats on the five-member governing board of the Antelope Valley Union High School District on Nov. 5.
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May 29, 1994 | JOHN SCHWADA, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The June 7 primary election won't be totally bereft of cliffhangers or promises of political novelty for San Fernando Valley voters, even though half a dozen incumbent state legislators are unchallenged or face only nominal opposition. For the Van Nuys-based 20th Senate District seat, GOP voters will pick a candidate to run in November against state Sen.
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November 6, 1994 | JOHN SCHWADA, TIMES STAFF WRITER
There's the 19-year-old UCLA student. And the 75-year-old veteran lawmaker. The lesbian lawyer and the ex-judge with Christian fundamentalist ties. A hardware store owner, a swimming pool contractor, at least two millionaires, nine attorneys and one law student. There are only three women, and no minorities.
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