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May 8, 1994 | ANNE MICHAUD, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Tim O'Donnell's visit to a jeweler to buy an engagement ring turned up more than a diamond. The advertising writer walked out with a ring and a new client, Hovik Jewelers. The television commercial that O'Donnell and business partner Pat Zimmerman eventually created for Hovik led to their young company's first major award. Smart Guy's Co. in Huntington Beach took home one of the top prizes awarded Saturday night at the 36th annual Orange County AdClub's contest.
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February 27, 1985 | United Press International
Chief Justice Rose Elizabeth Bird has hired a political consulting firm to run her confirmation campaign next year, it was announced Tuesday. The Los Angeles firm of Zimmerman, Galanty & Fiman said it would manage the campaign. Bird's reconfirmation is being opposed by many conservatives, including Republican Gov. George Deukmejian, who says she has blocked enforcement of the death penalty. "I intend to stand for confirmation in 1986," Bird said in a statement released by her campaign firm.
BUSINESS
June 19, 2000 | Associated Press
Lynn Kinney spent 42 years unearthing zinc and lead outside this town in Washington's remote northeastern corner before the mine's owners shut the operation down during a 1977 labor dispute. Kinney retired a few months later, expecting another company to move in to tap the ore left after nearly a century of mining beneath the Selkirk Mountains.
SPORTS
July 5, 2003
Did Paul Kariya know he was lying when he spoke to hundreds of Duck fans at the celebration held at the Pond and said, "Same time, same place, but a different result next year?" As a long-suffering Duck fan, I have endured years of ridicule. As a long-suffering Duck, Kariya has earned the respect of thousands of fans. With this surprising and unexpected turn of events, Kariya has become a traitor. Every time the Avalanche comes to the Pond next season, I will be there to yell at him. Chris Franco San Diego This is one nine-year Duck season-ticket holder who totally supports Duck management's decision not to pay Kariya $10 million -- and I have renewed my season tickets.
BUSINESS
May 8, 1994 | ANNE MICHAUD, TIMES STAFF WRITER
In step with a national trend, small agencies walked away with two of three top honors during Saturday night's 36th annual Orange County AdClub awards ceremony. One of three "Best of Show" awards went to Acme Advertising, a one-man operation run by Sakol Mongkolkasetarin of Fountain Valley. He won in the print advertising category for his work for Pacific Snax Corp., which makes rice snacks shaped like popcorn. The top honor in broadcast advertising was awarded to Smart Guy's Advertising Co.
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July 2, 2000 | MARK JEWELL, ASSOCIATED PRESS
Lynn Kinney spent 42 years unearthing zinc and lead outside this town in Washington's remote northeastern corner before the mine's owners shut the operation down amid a 1977 labor dispute. Kinney retired a few months later, expecting another company would move in to tap the ore that still remains after nearly a century of mining beneath the forested, 7,000-foot-high Selkirk Mountains.
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December 4, 2001 | JENIFER RAGLAND, TIMES STAFF WRITER
A teen counseling group is working to reopen Ventura County's only residential drug and alcohol treatment center for adolescents. The Rainbow Recovery Youth Center for girls, which operated in a four-bedroom farmhouse on an avocado- and orange-tree orchard in Santa Paula, closed in August because of lack of funding. It had six beds. "Right now, these kids have nowhere to go," said Cary Quashen, president of Action Parent & Teen Support Program and Family Counseling Centers in Studio City.
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March 4, 1988 | LEE SIEGEL, Associated Press Science Writer
Methane gas concentrations in the atmosphere have risen 11% since 1978, possibly speeding the seasonal loss of the protective ozone layer above Antarctica but blocking the same depletion over the rest of the Earth, according to UC Irvine researchers. The gas is thought to speed the chemical breakdown of ozone caused by man-made chlorine compounds in polar regions, but winds and warmer temperatures elsewhere around the globe instead cause methane to attack the chlorine atoms, said UCI's F.
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December 4, 2001 | JENIFER RAGLAND, TIMES STAFF WRITER
A Studio City-based teen counseling group is working to reopen Ventura County's only residential drug and alcohol treatment center for adolescents, hoping to fill what many say is a glaring void in services for the area's troubled youth. The Rainbow Recovery Youth Center for girls, which operated in a four-bedroom farmhouse on an avocado- and orange-tree orchard in Santa Paula, shut its doors in August because of lack of funding. It had six beds.
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