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April 29, 2004 | Hugo Martin, Times Staff Writer
For nearly 40 years, a shimmering cross hovering over a church steeple has been emblazoned on the city seal of Redlands, a former citrus town just south of the San Bernardino Mountains. But as of Friday, the cross will disappear from logos on every city vehicle, firetruck and library door -- even police badges. In response to a threatened lawsuit by the ACLU, the city is removing the cross and designing a new logo that will be free of religious symbols.
November 27, 2003 | Scott Sandell
Ann and Scot Zimmerman are developing a cottage industry of sorts producing books about home design. So it's appropriate that the couple's second effort in two years is "California Cottage Style" (Sterling, $27.95). On the heels of 2002's "The Comfortable Garden: Designs for Harmonious Living," the new book explores the origins of the cottage and its place in California architecture, in text by Ann and photographs by Scot.
October 10, 2003 | Lance Pugmire, Times Staff Writer
A convicted car thief has emerged as the lead suspect in the slaying of Kelly Laurel Bullwinkle of Redlands, the 18-year-old college student found dead in a citrus grove near her apartment three weeks after she was reported missing, authorities said. A woman who worked with Bullwinkle at Baker's Burgers allegedly told police that her cousin, Michael McMillan, 19, of Redlands, said he killed Bullwinkle during a robbery.
October 9, 2003 | Lance Pugmire, Times Staff Writer
Redlands police on Wednesday confirmed that the body found buried in San Timoteo Canyon over the weekend is that of missing Redlands 18-year-old Kelly Laurel Bullwinkle, and investigators now suspect her slaying may have been drug-related. Police Chief James R. Bueermann promised an intense investigation and said that although a "person of interest" already is in custody on unrelated charges, detectives are aggressively pursuing other leads.
October 8, 2003 | Lance Pugmire, Times Staff Writer
Redlands police have found a "person of interest" who they say may be involved in the disappearance and possible murder of Kelly Laurel Bullwinkle, the 18-year-old college student who has been missing since leaving work more than three weeks ago. Capt. Tom Fitzmaurice said the man, who is jailed in San Bernardino County, made a comment days after Bullwinkle's disappearance that he was "involved." He was not in custody when Bullwinkle disappeared.
October 7, 2003 | Lance Pugmire, Times Staff Writer
Authorities said Monday that they suspect that the body of a young woman found buried in a shallow grave near a Redlands citrus grove is that of Kelly Laurel Bullwinkle, the 18-year-old college student who disappeared after work three weeks ago. The decomposed body was found Saturday afternoon by two paint-ball players a few miles from Bullwinkle's apartment, and San Bernardino County coroner's officials said they expect to identify the body today. Bullwinkle was last seen the afternoon of Sept.
September 26, 2003 | From Times Staff Reports
The mother of a missing 18-year-old Redlands woman on Thursday pleaded for the public's help in finding her daughter, Kelly Laurel Bullwinkle, who has been missing since Sept. 13. Bullwinkle has been missing since she left work at Bakers Square restaurant in downtown Redlands. Police have found no signs of foul play, Redlands police spokeswoman Melissa Merriman said. Her family is organizing a search party today in the High Desert, where Kelly frequently rode horseback.
September 20, 2003
Redlands police on Friday asked for the public's help in finding Kelly Laurel Bullwinkle, an 18-year-old woman who has been missing since Saturday. Bullwinkle, who was last seen at work that afternoon at Bakers Square restaurant in downtown Redlands, was reported missing by her roommate Monday evening. She did not report to work Sunday or Monday. She is white, 5 feet 1, weighs 98 pounds and has brown hair and eyes.
August 7, 2003 | Kristina Sauerwein, Times Staff Writer
The public has a month to get a peek inside the Inland Empire's new Mormon temple -- a rare opportunity, as entrance to such structures is ordinarily reserved for qualified worshipers only. The opportunity ends Sept. 6, when the temple closes to the public forever. Only Mormons in good standing will be allowed inside for reflection, reverence and rites such as weddings and baptisms.
July 23, 2003 | Hanah Cho, Times Staff Writer
A Redlands police officer was arrested Tuesday on suspicion of molesting two girls while off duty, authorities said. Justin Jimenez, 29, was charged with four counts of lewd and lascivious acts against minors, according to the San Bernardino County Sheriff's Department. Jimenez allegedly molested two girls, now 13 and 11, at his Redlands home between 1996 and 1999, authorities said.
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