November 13, 1990 |
Clifford J. Walker is a historian and an expert on a river many think is a myth--the 150-mile Mojave River, one of the longest and largest underground rivers in the world. "A lot of people don't believe there is a Mojave River. They see the dry bed not realizing that beneath it flows a wide, wide river," said Walker, 60, who teaches a course on the history of the Mojave Desert at Barstow Community College.
August 22, 1990 |
Nick Zupo says the good news is that trout fishing at Big Bear Lake should be red-hot right now. The bad news is that it won't be for long. Big Bear, along with all other Southern California fisheries, will be hit hard by a severe cutback in the state's trout planting program. Zupo is a fish culturist at the Mojave River state fish hatchery, which will be closed by Oct. 1, a victim of $12.
August 24, 1990 |
Assemblyman Paul Woodruff (R-Redlands) said Thursday he has the necessary 41 votes to keep the Mojave River State Fish Hatchery from closing, or at least from staying closed for long. The Victorville hatchery, scheduled to close Oct. 1 as part of budget cutbacks by the Department of Fish and Game, is the primary supplier of rainbow trout to public fisheries in Southern California.
September 12, 2002 |
2001 champion: La Quinta. League favorites: Victorville Victor Valley (Desert Sky), La Quinta (Desert Valley), Pomona Diamond Ranch (Mt. Baldy), Phelan Serrano (Mojave River), Fontana Kaiser (Sunkist). Contenders: Barstow (Desert Sky), Palm Desert (Desert Valley), Ontario Chaffey (Mt. Baldy), Hesperia Sultana (Mojave River), Riverside Norte Vista (Sunkist). Key dates: Friday, Kaiser vs. Rancho Cucamonga at Chaffey College; Sept. 20, Kaiser vs. Riverside North at Riverside College; Sept.
February 12, 1989
Eight Southland projects are among the 33 honored in Seattle by the American Society of Landscape Architects. The honorees are: Institute for Regenerative Studies, Cal Poly Pomona, designed by Planting Design, Sierra Madre; Lantern Bay Blufftop Parks, Dana Point, SWA Group, Laguna Beach; Six Views, Cal State Fullerton, exhibition curated by Pamela Burton.
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September 16, 2012 |
To reach one of the last wild populations of the mountain yellow-legged frog on Earth, Adam Backlin and Elizabeth Gallegos tramped down a no-nonsense trail, scaled cliffs and barged through nettles along a vein of water in a scowling canyon deep in the San Gabriel Mountains. Finally, the U.S. Geological Survey field biologists reached the headwaters of the Mojave River, about 15 miles west of Wrightwood. They forded pools and crawled through underbrush to net as many of the endangered frogs as possible and methodically record their vital statistics.