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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
May 9, 1995
My daughter attends "Open Classroom" at Blanche Reynolds School in Ventura, where its members were responsible for the organization and completion of the Rainbow Bridge park project. Three cheers for a job well done and a sincere thank you to the many individuals, businesses and government agencies that made donations or helped with the actual park construction. The children love it. Remember: This is what community involvement is all about. JENNIFER MARTIN Ventura
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October 27, 2000 | LON EUBANKS, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Jenifer Martin appears to be the picture of good health, with boundless energy. The Cal State Fullerton junior is among the top runners on the Titan women's cross-country team, is taking a 17-unit class load and still finds time to work two part-time jobs. To think that two years ago, there was doubt that Martin would ever run in a college meet again. A car swerved into a bicycle lane on a street in Brea, hitting Martin while she and other Titan runners were on a training run.
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SPORTS
October 27, 2000 | LON EUBANKS, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Jenifer Martin appears to be the picture of good health, with boundless energy. The Cal State Fullerton junior is among the top runners on the Titan women's cross-country team, is taking a 17-unit class load and still finds time to work two part-time jobs. To think that two years ago, there was doubt that Martin would ever run in a college meet again. A car swerved into a bicycle lane on a street in Brea, hitting Martin while she and other Titan runners were on a training run.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
May 9, 1995
My daughter attends "Open Classroom" at Blanche Reynolds School in Ventura, where its members were responsible for the organization and completion of the Rainbow Bridge park project. Three cheers for a job well done and a sincere thank you to the many individuals, businesses and government agencies that made donations or helped with the actual park construction. The children love it. Remember: This is what community involvement is all about. JENNIFER MARTIN Ventura
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
March 1, 1993
Yes, we are in need of tax reform in California because Proposition 13 was a con and so were the past 12 greedy years. "Pay now or pay later." Well, it's later and one way or another we will pay. Those of you with children may have noticed that we somehow lost financial support (a tax base) for our public schools. And those of you who have had to change your primary residence may be paying considerably more property tax than a neighbor with property of equal or greater value. Surprised?
SPORTS
April 9, 2000
First team *--* Name School Year Joanna Antonsen Agoura Junior *--* Proved a multiple threat with 55 goals, 64 steals and a school-record 37 assists for Marmonte League champions. *--* Rachel Burkons Harvard-Westlake Senior *--* All-Southern Section Division III selection was the second-leading scorer for section-finalist Wolverines.
NEWS
December 26, 1991 | MARY LOU LOPER
Stars were on the ceilings. Gold stars were on the napkin rings. The rose topiary centerpieces were statuesque. Some ladies who had worn short dresses wished they had worn long. The party, bringing together descendants of two families prominent in the world of oil--the Kecks and Dohenys--may have been the most sparkling of the holiday season.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
April 25, 1996 | FRANK MANNING
A Calabasas girl and a North Hollywood boy won the top prize at the eighth annual Music Center Spotlight Awards, which were presented Tuesday night at the Dorothy Chandler Pavilion. Jessica Tivens, 15, a freshman at Calabasas High School, won in the classical voice category, while drummer Tony Austin, 17, of North Hollywood, a senior at Los Angeles County High School for the Arts, won in the jazz instrumental category. Each won $5,000.
SPORTS
March 11, 1992
Brethren Christian 1991 RECORDS: OVERALL: 6-9 LEAGUE: 5-9 COACH: RECORD AT SCHOOL Dave Clifton: 0-0 RETURNING STARTERS YR. POS. B-T Michelle Rueter So. P R-R Sara Lynch Jr. 1B R-R Shilo Cowles Jr. OF R-R Tammy Judd So. SS R-R Julie Rosa Jr. 2B R-R OTHER TOP RETURNERS YR. POS. B-T Thuy Chau Jr. OF R-R Melissa Reeves So. IF-OF R-R TOP NEWCOMERS YR. POS. B-T Jennifer Martin So. IF-OF R-R Joi-Lin Hunt Fr. IF-OF R-R Stephanie Sanford Fr. IF-OF R-R Denise Hansen Fr. C R-R Candy Vandeven Fr.
ENTERTAINMENT
August 19, 1996 | VICTORIA LOOSELEAF
With states of agitated emotions, accompanied by the grit of unwavering determination, Francisco Martinez's work "Trilogy," which premiered Saturday at Cal State Northridge's Performing Arts Center, might also be a metaphor for this locally based teacher-choreographer: Francisco Martinez Dancetheatre, now in its 15th year, continues to present inspired work, despite small audiences and the financial challenges inherent in today's dance companies.
BUSINESS
October 4, 2008 | Michelle Quinn, Times Staff Writer
Apple Inc. investors experienced palpitations Friday after an apparently false report that Chief Executive Steve Jobs had had a heart attack sent shares down 9% in a matter of minutes. The Securities and Exchange Commission is investigating the report, which appeared just before 7 a.m. EDT on iReport .com, a user-submitted news website run by CNN.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
February 9, 1991 | LISA MASCARO
Stephanie Rodriguez, a senior at Anaheim High School, is shunning dual beliefs that youngsters who participate in student government are nerds and that women do not belong in the upper echelons of city administration. Dressed in a trendy, purple, short pantsuit, with matching near-neon purple stockings, she joined her counterpart for the day--City Atty. Jack L. White--to learn his trade.
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