September 11, 1999 |
Alhambra 22, Glendale 12--Jeff Jenkins' 40-yard touchdown run midway through the third quarter broke the game open at Moor Field in Alhambra. Jenkins led Alhambra with 111 yards rushing in 11 carries. He also had a three-yard touchdown run. Egbert Flores got Glendale on the scoreboard with a six-yard touchdown run early in the second quarter. The Dynamiters pulled within 14-12 on Hadi Burpee's 81-yard return of a blocked field goal.
September 22, 1988
Supervisor Pete Schabarum has appointed one of his aides, who lives in Walnut, as his representative to the Southern California Rapid Transit District board of directors. Jeff Jenkins, a staff assistant who handles transportation issues for Schabarum, replaces former board member Erwin Jones, who resigned at Schabarum's request because of disagreements between the two on transit issues.
March 7, 2001 |
The Anaheim Grizzlies might never materialize, but that hasn't stopped an Anaheim ticket brokerage from reserving the Internet domain name, anaheimgrizzliestickets.com, and a Mississippi college student from reserving the name anaheimgrizzlies.com. Vancouver Grizzly owner Michael Heisley faces a March 26 deadline to tell the NBA where he would like his team to play next season, with Anaheim one of five cities under consideration.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
October 18, 1992
With all the talk about cleaning up politics, you would think that more of our elected officials would be interested in investigating the recent Calabasas Taxpayers Committee scandal, and the allegations that the Soka organization is attempting to buy or influence the local elections ("Inquiry Into Mailer Is Sought," Times Valley Edition, Sept. 15). Isn't it more than simply suspicious when one day Mike Lewis (longtime Soka lobbyist) claims that "he had no interest in Calabasas politics and didn't even know any of the people who live there," then, one month later, the same Lewis states "the taxpayers' association was unrelated to his work for the school (Soka)
September 26, 2002 |
Gino Riney, a senior guard at Van Nuys Grant High who averaged 29.1 points last season, has pleaded not guilty to two counts of automobile theft with a firearm and is being held in Sylmar Juvenile Hall, according to Deputy Dist. Atty. Dan Feldstern. Grant High basketball Coach Howard Levine said Riney was arrested Sept. 13 for alleged incidents that took place on April 21 and June 28 in the San Fernando Valley.. "He claims he's innocent and we're hopeful," Levine said. "It seems so unlike him."