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April 14, 1988
San Diego County sheriff's officers are investigating the death of a woman whose partly decomposed body was found Wednesday near Rancho Bernardo. The nude body of the unidentified woman was discovered shortly before noon by a worker who was clearing brush about a quarter of a mile west of Rancho Bernardo Road, according to the Sheriff's Department. The woman was described as between 20 and 30 years old, 5 feet tall and slight of build, with brown hair.
April 3, 2013 | By Mary Forgione, Los Angeles Times Daily Travel & Deal blogger
Hard to believe that Rancho Bernardo Inn in San Diego charged just $8.16 for a room when it opened in 1963. Half a century later, that rate is still available  -- if you pay regular price for two nights. The deal: Stay two nights at the best available rate and receive a third night for $8.16. It's all part of the 50th Anniversary Package at this resort, which features 287 rooms, swimming pools, fitness center, golf course and more. The deal must be reserved by phone using the code "RBI50.
December 8, 1985
The Bay Corporate Center, 15373 Innovation Drive in the Bernardo Heights area of Rancho Bernardo, has been purchased for $7.18 million by Glenborough Pacific Associates, an Irvine-based syndication group represented by Coldwell Banker, Rancho Bernardo. The seller was Bay Rancho Bernardo Partners, a joint venture of Bay Development Corp. and Pacific Federal Savings & Loan Assn., represented by Grubb & Ellis. The new owners have renamed the 3.79-acre project Glenborough Pacific Plaza.
January 31, 2012 | By Mary Forgione, Los Angeles Times Daily Travel & Deal blogger
For those seeking a no-brainer Valentine's Day escape, Rancho Bernardo Inn in San Diego offers a one-night stay with a four-course meal in its El Bizcocho restaurant for $289. With the basics covered, the rest is up to you -- stroll the gardens, splurge for a spa treatment or just kick back. The deal: Rancho Bernardo Inn's Valentine's Day Stay comes with a Champagne welcome and the meal. Dinner is a set menu  that includes strawberries and Champagne, salmon, poached grouper or short rib and Valrhona chocolate parfait.
November 1, 2007
SOME were happy discoveries -- a child's handmade Mother's Day card, singed around the edges but its essence still intact. Or in Patti Grant's case, an engagement ring recovered from the rubble. (See photo on Page 1.) More than 2,000 homes burned across Southern California in the last two weeks, and as victims began sifting through the ashes, Times photographer Mel Melcon recorded what they found: the touchstones that miraculously survived, the mementos ruined by the flames.
October 24, 2007 | Joel Rubin, Times Staff Writer
SAN DIEGO -- It could have been a war movie set in suburbia. At the entrance to a neighborhood in the city's Rancho Bernardo area, a Hummer blocked the road and camouflage-clad National Guard troops were slinging M-16s. Several hundred worried residents waited in line for as long as two hours, watching police escort their neighbors into the subdivision, one family at a time.
October 2, 1998
Daylight savings time: an oxymoron. JAMES R. PRATLEY Rancho Bernardo
March 7, 1996
GIRLS' DIVISION I Mater Dei (26-3) at San Diego Rancho Bernardo (25-5), 7:30 p.m. After beating Clovis West, 60-50, on Tuesday, things have worked out pretty well for Mater Dei. The Monarchs are still on the road, but against Rancho Bernardo, which has traditionally struggled against Orange County teams--and lost to Huntington Beach in the third game of the season.
January 17, 1993 | Bill Manson
It's like a scene out of "The Andy Griffith Show." "Hi, Mrs. Anton," the policeman says to the elderly lady who answers the door. "Just checking to see if you're OK." The woman's face brightens up. "You look like you could do with a glass of lemonade, dear," she says. Thing is, rookie Ed Matson is older than many of the elderly folks he visits--he's 82.
Huntington Beach overcame a big height disadvantage with a tough swarming defense to defeat Rancho Bernardo, 64-46, to win the Marina girls' basketball tournament Wednesday night. "We were the smallest team in the (16-team) tournament and they were the tallest, so we had to press continuously," Huntington Beach Coach Nick Bartlett said.
December 12, 1992
Vista High School overcame a four-point halftime deficit with some impressive long-range shooting in the third quarter to beat Rancho Bernardo, 97-85, in the third round of the Panther Tipoff Classic at Vista. The Panthers (2-1) made five consecutive three-point baskets and six in seven possessions to go from four points down to two points ahead entering the fourth quarter.
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