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June 21, 2001 | SCOTT GOLD, TIMES STAFF WRITER
A state school for deaf students is in turmoil this week after Sacramento officials fired its superintendent, a move that reflects an emotional debate about how to educate deaf children--and whether deafness should even be considered a disability. Technically, state education officials placed Rachel Stone, superintendent of the California School for the Deaf in Riverside, on 30-day paid leave. But they told her in a Monday letter that in coming weeks she will "receive formal notice . . .
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June 21, 2001 | SCOTT GOLD, TIMES STAFF WRITER
A state school for deaf students is in turmoil this week after Sacramento officials fired its superintendent, a move that reflects an emotional debate about how to educate deaf children--and whether deafness should even be considered a disability. Technically, state education officials placed Rachel Stone, superintendent of the California School for the Deaf in Riverside, on 30-day paid leave. But they told her in a Monday letter that in coming weeks she will "receive formal notice . . .
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SPORTS
January 22, 1999
Channel Islands High used a big first half to take control en route to a 57-44 victory over Hueneme in a Pacific View League girls' basketball game Thursday night at Hueneme. Monique Taylor scored 15 of her 17 points and Jaline Bradley had 10 of her 14 points in the first half to help stake the Raiders (15-5, 3-0 in league play) to a 38-24 lead. Because of foul trouble, Taylor sat out most of the second half and Bradley missed most of the fourth quarter.
SPORTS
February 19, 1999
Damaris Hinojosa had a quadruple-double while playing three quarters to help Moorpark High defeat Fountain Valley Los Amigos, 76-22, in the first round of the Southern Section Division II-AA girls' basketball playoffs Thursday night at Moorpark. Hinojosa had 26 points, 17 rebounds, 14 steals, 10 assists and five blocked shots for No. 2-seeded Moorpark (23-2), which outscored Los Amigos, 27-2, in the third quarter. The Pepperdine-bound Hinojosa made 11 of 18 shots.
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July 17, 1985 | Herbert J. Vida
Msgr. John Sammon of the Roman Catholic Diocese of Orange says humor is "good medicine" that has served him well during his 43 years as a priest. "Life is too tough without humor," he said. Recently, after he received the prestigious Archbishop Cousins award from Serra International for his record in guiding young candidates to the priesthood, he told a reporter, "I bought it." But that's his charm.
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