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October 19, 2010 | By Eric Sondheimer
In looking for possible challengers to unbeaten Gardena Serra in the Western Division, one intriguing team is Oxnard (5-1), led by running back Terrell Watson. Watson, aided by a huge offensive line, has rushed for 1,523 yards and scored 21 touchdowns. He's a 6-foot-2, 210-pound senior whose lowest rushing total in six games has been 169 yards. "He runs hard and doesn't let one guy bring him down," Coach Mark Beckham said. Even more important, Oxnard's offense takes huge chunks of time off the clock, leaving opponents in trouble if they don't take advantage of their few opportunities to score.
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October 19, 2010 | By Eric Sondheimer
In looking for possible challengers to unbeaten Gardena Serra in the Western Division, one intriguing team is Oxnard (5-1), led by running back Terrell Watson. Watson, aided by a huge offensive line, has rushed for 1,523 yards and scored 21 touchdowns. He's a 6-foot-2, 210-pound senior whose lowest rushing total in six games has been 169 yards. "He runs hard and doesn't let one guy bring him down," Coach Mark Beckham said. Even more important, Oxnard's offense takes huge chunks of time off the clock, leaving opponents in trouble if they don't take advantage of their few opportunities to score.
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ENTERTAINMENT
February 5, 1993 | MIKE BOEHM, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Music has been very much a family affair for Little Joe Hernandez. He was a shy kid in Temple, Tex., when his cousin coaxed him to join his first band at 15. When Hernandez began to record a few years later, he scored his first success with "Corrido del West," a sweet Spanish song written by his father. He credits a younger brother, Jesse, with having prodded him first to pursue music full-time, and then to push for broader renown.
ENTERTAINMENT
February 5, 1993 | MIKE BOEHM, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Music has been very much a family affair for Little Joe Hernandez. He was a shy kid in Temple, Tex., when his cousin coaxed him to join his first band at 15. When Hernandez began to record a few years later, he scored his first success with "Corrido del West," a sweet Spanish song written by his father. He credits a younger brother, Jesse, with having prodded him first to pursue music full-time, and then to push for broader renown.
NEWS
May 31, 1997 | GEORGE RAMOS and ROBERT J. LOPEZ, TIMES STAFF WRITERS
In a major victory for federal prosecutors, 12 members of the Mexican Mafia were convicted Friday of racketeering and conspiracy charges, including murder and extortion carried out in a ruthless bid to extend the group's influence beyond California's prisons.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
March 5, 1999 | Chris Ceballos, (949) 248-2150
The City Council this week chose incumbents Joe Hernandez, Tim Hughes and Sue Miller to continue serving on the Planning Commission. Loretta Herrin and James Rosenberg and incumbents Danny Mayer and Steve Manning were selected to serve on the Parks and Recreation Commission. The council will break a tie vote between Juan Ampuero and Bernard Echanow for the fifth Parks and Recreation seat at its March 16 meeting. Information: (949) 461-3400.
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September 21, 1999 | BARBARA MURPHY
J. Hernandez & Co., which serves as employee benefits broker for various public agencies and businesses in Ventura County, has been hired as a pension plan consultant for Harrison Industries and Gold Coast Recycling. The two companies together have more than 350 employees. Trash hauler Harrison Industries serves many of the cities and unincorporated areas of Ventura County through its subsidiaries, E.J. Harrison & Sons, Santa Clara Disposal and Newbury Disposal.
BUSINESS
June 21, 1992
The South Orange County Chambers of Commerce installed Joe Hernandez as its 1992-93 president at a ceremony and fund-raiser on Friday. Hernandez succeeds Bob Lay in the post. The group also installed Terry Owens as president-elect and Doug Watt as chief financial officer. The group named affiliated chairpersons to its board, including Dr. Meg Curtis of Aliso Viejo, Jack Finnerty of Laguna Hills, Ed Lorette of Lake Forest, John Ben of Mission Viejo and Elaine Carter of Rancho Santa Margarita.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
October 30, 1993
Two men were arrested Friday in the "execution-style" slayings in El Monte of a man and a 17-year-old, authorities said. The suspects, Joe Hernandez, 24, and Robert Cota, 18, were held without bail in the Aug. 10 shootings, Los Angeles County sheriff's spokeswoman Britta Tubbs said. Rafael Torres, 28, was shot first, and Julio Silva, 17, was killed 45 minutes later about a mile away, Tubbs said. He said no motive is known. Investigators arrested the suspects about 6 a.m. Friday.
NEWS
November 11, 1986
A man in the custody of sheriff's deputies escaped when he was taken to a local hospital for treatment of breathing problems, authorities said. Joe Hernandez Ambriz, 38, managed to unstrap himself from a gurney at Antelope Valley Hospital Medical Center and walk out an unguarded door, Deputy Carl Deeley said. Ambriz, who was on parole for a burglary conviction, had been arrested on suspicion of receiving stolen property and booked into the Antelope Valley sheriff's station.
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