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November 2, 1988
The U.S. Forest Service is selling 153 acres of Angeles National Forest near Lake Hughes as part of a land swap that will add nearly 400 rugged, pristine acres to the national forest in the San Gabriel Valley. The Forest Service is selling the land because of the changing character of Lake Hughes--a growing, unincorporated community of 1,000 residents 59 miles north of Los Angeles--and the irregular boundaries of the forest, said Edward Medina, assistant lands officer for the Forest Service.
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July 27, 1998 | DARRELL SATZMAN, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
Jennifer Lampman is a 20-year-old with very little spare time, but she's going to try to cram in some college. It's not that Lampman isn't interested in earning a degree. She plans to enroll at Antelope Valley College in the fall. It's just that she already has a full-time job, plus she's the organizer of Lake Elizabeth's annual '49er Day parade, serves in the Army Reserves and recently became the youngest person ever elected to the Lakes Town Council.
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February 21, 1995 | DOUGLAS ALGER, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
Don Arnett likes what's in his back yard. Stretching out from his one-story home is an immaculate lawn of bright green grass, with a stone patio table to one side. At the end of the lawn is a short, rock retaining wall and then a lake. The lake is calm and scenic. The fluttering of wings and the amiable honking of its native ducks are the loudest sounds. "My favorite thing is when the moon comes up over one side of the lake or down the other," said Arnett, 64.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
February 21, 1995 | DOUGLAS ALGER, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
Don Arnett likes what's in his back yard. Stretching out from his one-story home is an immaculate lawn of bright green grass, with a stone patio table to one side. At the end of the lawn is a short, rock retaining wall and then a lake. The lake is calm and scenic. The fluttering of wings and the amiable honking of its native ducks are the loudest sounds. "My favorite thing is when the moon comes up over one side of the lake or down the other," said Arnett, 64.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
July 27, 1998 | DARRELL SATZMAN, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
Jennifer Lampman is a 20-year-old with very little spare time, but she's going to try to cram in some college. It's not that Lampman isn't interested in earning a degree. She plans to enroll at Antelope Valley College in the fall. It's just that she already has a full-time job, plus she's the organizer of Lake Elizabeth's annual '49er Day parade, serves in the Army Reserves and recently became the youngest person ever elected to the Lakes Town Council.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
November 2, 1988
The U.S. Forest Service is selling 153 acres of Angeles National Forest near Lake Hughes as part of a land swap that will add nearly 400 rugged, pristine acres to the national forest in the San Gabriel Valley. The Forest Service is selling the land because of the changing character of Lake Hughes--a growing, unincorporated community of 1,000 residents 59 miles north of Los Angeles--and the irregular boundaries of the forest, said Edward Medina, assistant lands officer for the Forest Service.
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