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SPORTS
June 26, 1988
Loren Jundy continued his hot pitching and his teammates supported him with torrid hitting as the Valley Dodgers swept a Golden State League doubleheader from the Pacific Coast Earthquake, 11-1 and 10-0, Saturday at Cal State Northridge. The defending league champion Dodgers (15-4, 10-0 in league play), ranked 11th nationally among semipro teams in the National Baseball Congress poll, recorded their 12th and 13th consecutive victories.
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BUSINESS
February 20, 1986 | BILL RITTER, San Diego County Business Editor
The on-again, off-again merger of bankrupt Imperial Airlines and Pacific Coast Airlines in Santa Barbara may be on, again, according to sources close to the companies. "The Pacific Coast deal is still in the making and something should come together very soon," Art Ulloa, Imperial's vice president, confirmed Wednesday.
NEWS
February 6, 1988 | CHRIS CHRISTENSEN
If you plan a quick jaunt to an accessible lighthouse near you, or a tour of many, here are a few along the Pacific Coast. Even if you head out when skies are clear, be prepared for bitter winds and rain in winter, wear sturdy, comfortable shoes and take along binoculars. Restored to its original appearance as a tourist attraction, the old Point Loma Lighthouse is the focal point of the Cabrillo National Monument on Point Loma in San Diego. "The last lighthouse keeper was Capt.
BUSINESS
February 8, 1986 | BILL RITTER, San Diego County Business Editor
Santa Barbara-based Pacific Coast Airlines said Friday that it has suspended passenger service for at least 15 days and that negotiations are under way to sell the company, which for the past four years has been reorganizing under Chapter 11 protection. People who have bought tickets will be "accommodated" on other carriers, according to spokeswoman Trena Pauley. About 160 employees, 25 of them pilots, have been furloughed, and only 15 employees remain, she added.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
July 1, 1988 | Associated Press
Americans on both coasts will have access to a hurricane hot line if a major tropical storm threatens this year, the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration announced Thursday. The agency said it will set up a Pacific hot line to serve residents of Hawaii and coastal states, in addition to the previously announced hot line serving the Atlantic and Gulf coasts. Both systems will offer recorded messages, regularly updated, whenever a named tropical storm threatens the nation.
NEWS
June 25, 1996 | From Times Wire Reports
Hurricane Alma turned back out to sea and was downgraded to a tropical storm after a deadly brush with Mexico's southern coast that killed three people and left hundreds homeless. The season's first Pacific hurricane shredded homes, toppled trees and clogged roads in and near the port city of Lazaro Cardenas, about 220 miles southwest of Mexico City. Poor neighborhoods of cardboard-and-wood homes were devastated, though more solid buildings generally withstood the storm.
SPORTS
November 28, 1993
The Orange and Pacific Coast leagues each had three teams reach the semifinals of the Southern Section football playoffs. The Orange League's Savanna, Valencia and Western reached the semifinals in Division VI. Costa Mesa, Laguna Hills and Trabuco Hills all reached the semifinals in Division VIII. Valencia (11-1), the top-seeded team, seeks its third consecutive title. The Tigers, who have won 11 consecutive games, play Savanna (10-2) Saturday at Glover Stadium.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
March 10, 1998
Sheriff's deputies said it could take until Thursday to clean up a stretch of Pacific Coast Highway in Malibu that was closed over the weekend because of rockslides and mudslides. Bulldozers on Monday cleared away parts of the cliff side softened by February's heavy rains, sending even more debris onto a covered roadway--an effort to forestall future slides, Caltrans officials said.
REAL ESTATE
March 25, 1990 | ROBERT SMAUS, TIMES GARDEN EDITOR
One of the nicer, and most unappreciated, native California plants is the Pacific Coast iris. Quite unlike the stiff, bearded iris of gardens, the Pacific Coast iris looks more like a grass and can be hard to spot among native grasses, at least until it comes into flower. The Pacific Coast iris flowers in early spring, usually in March. The flowers are flat and open and easy to see in the garden and they can be so numerous as to nearly hide the plant beneath.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
August 7, 1998
Using helicopters and rock climbers, Caltrans placed a cable mesh net over a Malibu hillside Thursday in hopes of preventing landslides along Pacific Coast Highway. The net covers a 750,000-square-foot area north of Big Rock Drive, said Caltrans spokeswoman Margie Tiritilli. "Should there be any rocks that slide in the future, the net will capture them and escort them down the hill instead of letting them rumble down to the roadway," she said.
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