August 20, 2000
Designated hitter Freddie May had three hits and drove in a run, and Peanut Williams and Travis McClendon each had two hits and two runs batted in for Lancaster, which rallied from a three-run deficit to defeat the Lake Elsinore Storm, 13-6, in a California League game Saturday night at The Hangar. * Today's game: At Lake Elsinore, 5:05 p.m. Monday's game: At San Bernardino, 7:05 p.m. Tuesday's game: At San Bernardino, 7:05 p.m. On the radio: KUTY-AM 1470.
April 25, 2001 |
Matt Kata's two-run single in the eighth inning gave the Lancaster JetHawks a 7-6 victory Tuesday night at Lake Elsinore (12-7). Kata hit a grand slam in the seventh inning and went four for five with six runs batted in for the JetHawks (12-7). * Today's game: Lancaster at Lake Elsinore, 7 p.m. Next home game: 7:15 p.m., May 1 vs. Modesto. On the radio: KUTY-AM (1470).
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November 1, 1986 |
A 23-year-old Huntington Beach woman died early Friday after her pickup truck slammed into a tree near Lake Elsinore in Riverside County, a California Highway Patrol officer said. Deborah Conlan was following her boyfriend home when she lost control of her Toyota pickup on a curve and hit the tree, Officer Terry Taylor said. Conlan was taken to Mission Valley Hospital, where she died about four hours later.
August 3, 1991 |
The 32-year-old woman who died Thursday when a stunt plane crashed into Lake Elsinore was identified Friday as Ann Horscroft. Her pilot, who also died in the crash, was identified as Jack Halbeisen, 78, a veteran stunt pilot. Horscroft, a member of a Lake Elsinore parachute club, had planned to take a traditional birthday jump with other members of the group. But first she was offered a surprise airplane ride as a present.
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October 20, 2007 |
Two teenage girls were arrested on suspicion of murder Friday in the shooting and carjacking of a Lake Elsinore mother whose 11-month-old child was taken with the car, Riverside County sheriff's deputies said. The child was later left unharmed at a doorstep in Perris. Angelina Arias, 20, was shot Thursday night after stopping on a Lake Elsinore street and offering two girls a ride home, deputies said. She was found in the roadway and died at Inland Valley Medical Center.
March 31, 1990 |
Johnny Pearson, a candidate for Congress from Lake Elsinore, has died at age 64 in a Perris hospital. Pearson, a veteran of three wars, was competing against actor Ralph Waite for the Democratic nomination in the 37th Congressional District, which covers nearly all of Riverside County. Pearson, who won the nomination but lost to Rep. Al McCandless (R-La Quinta) in 1988, had been hospitalized since suffering a stroke March 21. He is survived by six children.
August 2, 1991 |
A 32-year-old woman who was taking an airplane ride given to her for a birthday present was killed Thursday along with the pilot of a single-engine stunt plane when the craft crashed into Lake Elsinore in Riverside County as the woman's husband and children looked on, authorities said. Witnesses said the 78-year-old pilot, from Fallbrook, and his passenger apparently drowned after the crash when they were unable to remove their seat belts after the 4 p.m. crash.
June 9, 1989 |
Impending doom for an abundance of largemouth bass in Lake Elsinore in Riverside County is expected to move the State Fish and Game Commission to lift bag and size limits today. The Department of Fish and Game recommended the action, fearing the fish would die soon, anyway, because of drought conditions--low water, low oxygen levels and high water temperatures. The action is expected just in time for anglers to take advantage of this year's first "free" fishing day Saturday, when no licenses are required throughout the state.
May 22, 1988 |
Healthy times have returned to the Lake Elsinore area. The Lakeside Health Resort opened recently and promises to help guests lose both weight . . . and their cares. Also in full swing is a reborn hot springs haven, Glen Ivy. Boasting the Southland's only red-clay bath, this daytime resort has been dubbed "Club Mud." The Luiseno Indians were the first to soak away their aches and ills at Lake Elsinore. They called the spot Etengvo Wumona (hot springs by the little sea).