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March 18, 1992 | ERIC SHEPARD, TIMES PREP SPORTS EDITOR
Joe Dominguez, the Wilmington Banning High School football coach who did not allow his team to play a game at Dorsey last season for fear of gang violence, has resigned. Dominguez said the circumstances surrounding last season had nothing to do with his decision. He said he wanted to spend more time with his family. "My young boy just turned 5," Dominguez said. "It'll be nice to spend some daylight hours with him. "I think it's a good time for me to step away for a while.
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December 13, 2008 | Susan Carpenter, Carpenter is a Times staff writer.
For the millions of Americans now facing the possibility of home foreclosures and unemployment, frugal living isn't just an option. It's an imperative. That sad reality doesn't make it any easier to actually do it, however, especially for the many individuals who've literally bought into the notion of buying now and paying later. How, exactly, does a person go from living large to living within his or her means?
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SPORTS
December 23, 1993
I am writing this letter because of the concern I have for the Banning High varsity football program and Coach Edmund Paculba. I have been around Banning as a fan and a booster club member since 1958, when my father took me to my first Banning game. I am also a former vice president of the booster club. I currently live in the Sacramento area. I still attend about three or four Banning games every year. When I do not come down for a game, I make a phone call to see if the Pilots won or lost.
SPORTS
December 23, 1993
I am writing this letter because of the concern I have for the Banning High varsity football program and Coach Edmund Paculba. I have been around Banning as a fan and a booster club member since 1958, when my father took me to my first Banning game. I am also a former vice president of the booster club. I currently live in the Sacramento area. I still attend about three or four Banning games every year. When I do not come down for a game, I make a phone call to see if the Pilots won or lost.
SPORTS
December 8, 1991 | ROB FERNAS
The Banning High football team drew national attention earlier this season when it refused to play a game at Dorsey's home field because of the fear of violence. More than a month later, Coach Joe Dominguez says he would like the controversy to end as Banning and Dorsey prepare to meet next weekend in the City Section 4-A Division championship game. But is Dorsey willing to comply?
SPORTS
September 9, 1988 | ADAM MARTIN
Believe this: A few weeks ago, Banning High School football players asked first-year Coach Joe Dominguez if they could do up-downs, a conditioning exercise in which they run in place, hit the dirt and bounce back up at least 100 times. Dominguez, not really a fan of the drill, reluctantly agreed. How could he say no? The time-honored drill was vintage Chris Ferragamo, and Dominguez--a disciple of the former Banning coach who collected eight L.A.
ENTERTAINMENT
December 13, 2008 | Susan Carpenter, Carpenter is a Times staff writer.
For the millions of Americans now facing the possibility of home foreclosures and unemployment, frugal living isn't just an option. It's an imperative. That sad reality doesn't make it any easier to actually do it, however, especially for the many individuals who've literally bought into the notion of buying now and paying later. How, exactly, does a person go from living large to living within his or her means?
NEWS
January 19, 1986
The Carson City Council recently filled several vacancies on city committees and panels. Carson resident Joe Dominguez was appointed to the Citywide Advisory Committee, which advises the City Council on the expenditure of block grant funds. Resident Carol Bybee was appointed to the Relocation Appeals Board, which considers cases of displacement that result from city redevelopment actions, and Dorothy deCastro, also a city resident, was appointed to the Fine Arts and Historical Commission.
SPORTS
July 20, 1990 | JEFF RILEY
Some of Southern California's finest high school football and basketball players will compete in the Pepsi Grid-Hoops Festival beginning today at noon and concluding Saturday at El Camino College. Although Banning High will not return to defend its title in the football passing tournament, the 24-team field is highlighted by powers Carson and El Toro. Banning dropped out Wednesday because Coach Joe Dominguez felt he needed more time to develop his young quarterbacks.
SPORTS
April 9, 1992 | DAVE SHEININ, TIMES STAFF WRITER
At the request of Banning baseball Coach Syl Saavedra, the Pilots' team bus was met at Dorsey High by a uniformed police officer and Banning's assistant principal when the team arrived 90 minutes before Monday's game between the two schools. Saavedra had threatened to tell the bus driver to turn around and drive back to Banning if security and administration officials did not meet the team.
SPORTS
March 18, 1992 | ERIC SHEPARD, TIMES PREP SPORTS EDITOR
Joe Dominguez, the Wilmington Banning High School football coach who did not allow his team to play a game at Dorsey last season for fear of gang violence, has resigned. Dominguez said the circumstances surrounding last season had nothing to do with his decision. He said he wanted to spend more time with his family. "My young boy just turned 5," Dominguez said. "It'll be nice to spend some daylight hours with him. "I think it's a good time for me to step away for a while.
SPORTS
December 8, 1991 | ROB FERNAS
The Banning High football team drew national attention earlier this season when it refused to play a game at Dorsey's home field because of the fear of violence. More than a month later, Coach Joe Dominguez says he would like the controversy to end as Banning and Dorsey prepare to meet next weekend in the City Section 4-A Division championship game. But is Dorsey willing to comply?
SPORTS
September 9, 1988 | ADAM MARTIN
Believe this: A few weeks ago, Banning High School football players asked first-year Coach Joe Dominguez if they could do up-downs, a conditioning exercise in which they run in place, hit the dirt and bounce back up at least 100 times. Dominguez, not really a fan of the drill, reluctantly agreed. How could he say no? The time-honored drill was vintage Chris Ferragamo, and Dominguez--a disciple of the former Banning coach who collected eight L.A.
SPORTS
February 1, 1996 | HOUSTON MITCHELL
Banning football Coach Joe Dominguez resigned after one season. Dominguez, who also coached the Pilots from 1988-91, led Banning to a 5-7 record in 1995. Among the candidates mentioned to replace him are former Pilot defensive coordinator Marty Blankenship, former assistant Ken Stumpf and, perhaps the most intriguing candidate, Chris Ferragamo, who coached the Pilots during their glory years in the 1970s and '80s before resigning in 1987. . . .
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September 29, 1993 | BRENDA DAY
Thousand Oaks officials are warning residents of a North Ranch neighborhood that metal fireplaces in their homes may have been improperly installed, creating a safety concern. Homeowners in the 5-year-old Master Series housing development who are worried about potential problems can receive free city safety inspections, said Barry Branagan, director of the city's Building and Safety Department.
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