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August 29, 2006 | From Times Staff and Wire Reports
A 5-year-old girl who authorities say died after being beaten by her 11-year-old half-sister was identified Monday as Cheyanne Taylor. The half-sister was baby-sitting Cheyanne and her younger brother Friday evening at their home in Rancho San Diego, an unincorporated area east of La Mesa, sheriff's officials said. When the father returned home a few hours later, the 11-year-old told him Cheyanne was not breathing, officials said.
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August 29, 2006 | From Times Staff and Wire Reports
A 5-year-old girl who authorities say died after being beaten by her 11-year-old half-sister was identified Monday as Cheyanne Taylor. The half-sister was baby-sitting Cheyanne and her younger brother Friday evening at their home in Rancho San Diego, an unincorporated area east of La Mesa, sheriff's officials said. When the father returned home a few hours later, the 11-year-old told him Cheyanne was not breathing, officials said.
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December 6, 2003 | Myrna Oliver, Times Staff Writer
John A. Pridonoff, a grief and crisis counselor and former executive director of the Hemlock Society who supported passage of Oregon's controversial Right to Die law, has died. He was 64. Pridonoff died Nov. 24 in Sherman Oaks of heart failure. When the Eugene, Ore.-based Hemlock Society tapped Pridonoff in 1992, directors hoped his professional background would repair the organization's damaged reputation.
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April 19, 1995 | PETE THOMAS
It has been three weeks since they arrived, and anglers in the Santa Barbara area have been in the pink ever since. Pink, as in salmon fillets. Chinook, or king salmon, have invaded the cold ocean off the Ventura-Santa Barbara coast, providing a wild spring for fishermen more used to reeling in sluggish rockfish at this time of year. "It's been pretty incredible fishing," said Fred Benko, skipper of the Condor out of Santa Barbara's Sea Landing. "The fish are right outside the breakwater.
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July 27, 1994 | PETE THOMAS
A week ago, business was so bad in San Diego that Phil Lobred, manager of H&M Landing, made the comment: "We're dying on the vine down here." And it wasn't a case of sour grapes. "It's just been dead down here," agreed Dan Sansome, owner of nearby Pt. Loma Sportfishing. But that was a week ago. The phones are ringing steadily now as the tuna that have been so finicky have turned voracious.
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October 18, 1998 | KARIN ESTERHAMMER, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Aventura Artistica will celebrating the holidays in New Mexico with an "Eggnog in Santa Fe" tour from Dec. 23 to 27. Visitors will see Santa Fe lighted by luminarias adorning adobe rooftops. Those who wish may attend midnight Mass on Christmas Eve at Acoma Pueblo, one of the oldest mission churches in the United States. Guests also will accompany the people of Acoma Pueblo in their sunset lighting ceremony, then attend their traditional holiday dance.
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November 9, 1997 | KARIN DOMINELLO, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Horizons Adventures of a Lifetime is offering two combination hiking and biking tours of the Black Forest and Rhine River regions of Germany, starting June 14 and June 21. The seven-day tour of the Black Forest and Rhine River includes overnight stays in Rudesheim, Baden-Baden and Hinterzarten.
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