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NEWS
March 29, 1993
The body of a 23-year-old Long Beach man was found Sunday in a car that apparently went off west-bound Ortega Highway and plummeted 250 feet down the side of a cliff, authorities said. The victim was identified as Bradley Ennis Hackman, who had left his father's home in Murrieta Hot Springs about 9:30 p.m. Saturday, said coroner's investigator Richard McAnally. He had complained of feeling tired and ill at the time, the investigator added.
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SPORTS
July 9, 1988
Shawn McConnell of Brea won five races, including the main event, to take the speedway motorcycle Fair Derby championship Friday in front of 6,810 spectators at the Orange County Fairgrounds in Costa Mesa. McConnell won his three heat races, then one semifinal and the final. He finished with 21 points. Bart Bast of San Bernardino was second with 18 points, Alan Christian (15 points) of Murrieta Hot Springs was third and Phil Collins (14 points) of Newport Beach was fourth.
REAL ESTATE
August 9, 1987
Rancho Bella Vista, a $250-million master planned, mixed-use community, will be developed on 780 acres in Murrieta in southwestern Riverside County by the Toman Co. of Irvine. The site is just south of the Interstates 215 and 15 intersection, off the Winchester Road exit. Ground breaking is scheduled in early 1988 on master improvements, including extending Murrieta Hot Springs Road and enhancing the natural lake, with first move-ins planned for late 1988.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
May 21, 1988
My sympathies go out to Navy Lt. Kathleen Mazure, the officer who has run afoul of the Navy's medieval class and caste system by having sexual relations with and later marrying, egad, a lowly enlisted man of, say again?, the Marine Corps ("She Marries a Corporal--Now Faces Court-Martial," Part I, May 13). When the Navy was founded in 1775 at the outset of the Revolutionary War, it adopted almost intact the customs and traditions of its enemy, the aristocratic British Royal Navy.
SPORTS
February 2, 1990 | CURT HOLBREICH, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The San Diego State athletic department fell $151,000 short of anticipated football ticket sales revenue last season but expects to make up much of the difference from increased revenue and savings in other areas, the department reported Thursday. The department received approximately $1.27 million from football ticket sales, less than the department budgeted but more than officials said they feared they might raise before they launched a late-season plea for public support.
REAL ESTATE
October 6, 1991
* POWAY: Monterey Point, by Pacific Shelter; 21 3-4-bedroom, 2 1/2-3-bath detached homes, 2,063-2,859 square feet; starting bids, $189,000-$254,900; auction to be held today at Rancho Bernardo Inn; auctioneer, Real Estate Disposition Corp., (714) 432-8353. Los Angeles County * MALIBU: Portico at Malibu, a bank foreclosure; 21 2-bedroom, 2 1/2-bath townhomes, up to 2,464 square feet; minimum bids, $549,000-$648,000; open 10 a.m.-6 p.m. daily at 6435 Zumierez Drive; auction to be held Oct.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
August 27, 1986 | BARRY S. SURMAN, Times Staff Writer
For two hours, four teen-agers led sheriff's deputies, local police and California Highway Patrol officers on a breakneck chase along winding Ortega Highway through southern Orange County and into southwestern Riverside County Tuesday before running out of gas and luck. Deputies arrested the four teen-agers on a long list of charges, including joy riding, drunk driving and burglary.
NEWS
December 29, 1994 | ZAN DUBIN, Zan Dubin is a staff writer for the Times Orange County Edition. This column is one in an occasional series of first-person accounts of leisure activities in and around Orange County.
I had joked with a friend the night before: "Doreen, tomorrow I have one of my toughest assignments in 10 years at the paper. I have to take a mud bath at Murrieta Hot Springs." She gushed: "Take me with you!" Now I wish she had gone without me. The stench, familiar to most anyone who has been to a spa, hit the moment I walked in the door. Trying to keeping an open mind, I thought: It's a good stench, the stench of replenishment, rejuvenation, health.
REAL ESTATE
July 1, 1990
LOS ANGELES: Final phase of Surfwood Monterey, 22 of 92 2-bedroom condominiums; 1,000-1,200 square feet; $149,950-$179,950; builder, Surfwood Development Inc.; close of escrow move-ins; $170 monthly association dues for pool, spa, common areas; open daily 11 a.m.-5 p.m. at 6140 Monterey Road, reached from Avenue 60 exit of Pasadena (110) Freeway.
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