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March 16, 1996 | Times Staff and Wire Reports
Pacific Pipeline System Wins Key Approval: Texaco Inc., Chevron Corp., Unocal Corp. and Anschutz Co. said an oil pipeline they want to build in California has won the support of an examiner for state regulators. Victor Ryerson, an administrative law judge for the state Public Utilities Commission, found the $215-million Pacific Pipeline System Inc. project information in a final report on the project's possible environmental impact is accurate.
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March 16, 1996 | Times Staff and Wire Reports
Pacific Pipeline System Wins Key Approval: Texaco Inc., Chevron Corp., Unocal Corp. and Anschutz Co. said an oil pipeline they want to build in California has won the support of an examiner for state regulators. Victor Ryerson, an administrative law judge for the state Public Utilities Commission, found the $215-million Pacific Pipeline System Inc. project information in a final report on the project's possible environmental impact is accurate.
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December 12, 1989
Two Altadena teen-agers who became lost while bicycling on dirt roads in the Angeles National Forest were found cold but unharmed by sheriff's deputies early Monday morning. Nathan Chandra, 13, and Hans Groth, 14, had been dropped off with their mountain bikes by Chandra's mother about 2 p.m. Sunday at the Red Box Ranger Station, high above their homes. When they failed to meet her for a planned rendezvous at 5 p.m., a search team was dispatched.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
December 12, 1989
Two Altadena teen-agers who became lost while bicycling on dirt roads in the Angeles National Forest were found cold but unharmed by sheriff's deputies early Monday morning. Nathan Chandra, 13, and Hans Groth, 14, had been dropped off with their mountain bikes by Chandra's mother about 2 p.m. Sunday at the Red Box Ranger Station, high above their homes. When they failed to meet her for a planned rendezvous at 5 p.m., a search team was dispatched.
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May 23, 1992
Monday marks the celebration of Memorial Day, a day to honor and remember those who died in the nation's wars. Closed: All government offices, courts, banks, post offices, stock and commodity exchanges, libraries, schools and many businesses. RTD buses will follow Sunday schedules.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
May 27, 1990
Monday marks the celebration of Memorial Day, a day to honor and remember those who died in the nation's wars. Closed: All government offices, courts, banks, post offices, stock and commodity exchanges, libraries, schools and many businesses. RTD buses will follow Sunday schedules.
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May 28, 1990
Today marks the celebration of Memorial Day, a day to honor and remember those who died in the nation's wars. Closed: All government offices, courts, banks, post offices, stock and commodity exchanges, libraries, schools and many businesses. RTD buses will follow Sunday schedules.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
July 28, 2001
Re "San Gabriel River Backers Push for National Ranking," July 22: "The National Park Service is a quality act," says the chairman of the Sierra Club's San Gabriel Valley Task Force regarding Rep. Hilda Solis' (D-El Monte) plans for the San Gabriel watershed. This disheartens me, having recently fished the San Gabriel River's West Fork, which is in the Los Angeles National Forest. It is one of the few Southern California wild trout preserves. It still gets an occasional migratory steelhead trout from the ocean, which has to swim through El Monte and Whittier.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
December 22, 1986
It occurred to me on Dec. 12 we were squandering 500 acres of precious national forest that the tragi-comedy of man's inhumanity to himself never seems to lose its momentum. The purpose of the fire at Los Angeles National Forest was to analyze the apocalyptic theory of nuclear winter. Who honestly cares what will be the precise degree of destruction to our planet if we decide to incinerate it with nuclear weapons? Is it not sufficient to know that the resulting damage from a nuclear war, limited or not, will destroy all life as we know it?
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