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February 13, 1994
Editors: Robert Magnuson John Lindsay Patt Morrison Terry Schwadron Victoria McCargar (graphics) Tom Trapnell (design) Reporters: James Flanigan, Nora Zamichow, Hugo Martin, Jean Merl, Sam Enriquez, Nancy Rivera Brooks, Jim Schachter, Tom Petruno, Jonathan Peterson, Frank Clifford, Larry Gordon, Carla Hall, Bob Sipchen, Sheryl Stolberg, Irene Wielawski, Bill Boyarsky, Tracey Kaplan, Robert Lee Hotz, Jack Cheevers, Robert A. Jones, Ronald Brownstein.
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June 5, 1996 | GREG JOHNSON, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The Los Angeles Times on Tuesday named Robert Magnuson president of its Orange County Edition and a vice president of The Times. Magnuson, 44, has been editor of the paper's Business section since 1990. He succeeds Judith L. Sweeney, 40, who resigned May 28 to pursue other interests. Magnuson's appointment is effective immediately, according to The Times, but Sweeney will remain with the paper until July 1 to help with the transition. Times Publisher Richard T.
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NEWS
June 5, 1996 | GREG JOHNSON, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The Los Angeles Times on Tuesday named Robert Magnuson president of its Orange County Edition and a vice president of The Times. Magnuson, 44, has been editor of the paper's Business section since 1990. He succeeds Judith L. Sweeney, 40, who resigned May 28 to pursue other interests. Magnuson's appointment is effective immediately, according to The Times, but Sweeney will remain with the paper until July 1 to help with the transition. Times Publisher Richard T.
NEWS
February 13, 1994
Editors: Robert Magnuson John Lindsay Patt Morrison Terry Schwadron Victoria McCargar (graphics) Tom Trapnell (design) Reporters: James Flanigan, Nora Zamichow, Hugo Martin, Jean Merl, Sam Enriquez, Nancy Rivera Brooks, Jim Schachter, Tom Petruno, Jonathan Peterson, Frank Clifford, Larry Gordon, Carla Hall, Bob Sipchen, Sheryl Stolberg, Irene Wielawski, Bill Boyarsky, Tracey Kaplan, Robert Lee Hotz, Jack Cheevers, Robert A. Jones, Ronald Brownstein.
SPORTS
November 13, 1992
Once was bad enough for El Camino Real High linebacker Robert Magnuson. Twice was simply too much. For Magnuson, this picture was indeed worth a thousand words, most of them unprintable. A photo of Magnuson has appeared twice in The Times' Valley sports section this season, each time with a caption that read, in essence: "Robert Magnuson gets plowed under by Chaminade running back Justin Giovannettone."
NEWS
July 17, 1994
Editor: Robert Magnuson Graphics Editor: Victoria McCargar News Editor: Mark Yemma * Reporters: Livable L.A.--Larry Gordon Public Safety--Amy Pyle Human Relations--Dianne Klein Getting Around--Nora Zamichow Livelihoods--James Flanigan Values--Lynn Smith * Artists: Michael Hall, Greg Hester, Lorena Iniguez, Patricia Mitchell, David F.
BUSINESS
July 3, 1998 | A Times Staff Writer
Janet Clayton, 43, editorial page editor and vice president of the Los Angeles Times, and Robert G. Magnuson, 46, senior vice president, regional editions, for The Times, were among six executives named Thursday as vice presidents of Times Mirror Co., parent of The Times and other newspapers. Others named as Times Mirror vice presidents were John S. Carroll, editor and senior vice president of the Baltimore Sun; Anthony Marro, editor and executive vice president of Newsday; William J.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
September 28, 1991
City officials are taking applications to fill six positions on the Beaches, Parks and Recreation and Planning commissions and the Golf Course Committee. Selected candidates will serve until June 30, 1993. Three candidates will be selected for openings on the Beaches, Parks and Recreation Commission, created by the expired terms of Commissioners Eveyln Fernadez and Jennifer Blake and the resignation of Commissioner Robert Magnuson. The positions pay $30 per meeting.
BUSINESS
June 28, 1996 | From a Times Staff Writer
The Los Angeles Times on Thursday named Bill Sing business editor and appointed business columnist James Flanigan to the newly created post of senior economics editor. Sing, who had been deputy business editor since 1991, succeeds Robert Magnuson, who was recently named president of the newspaper's Orange County Edition and a vice president of The Times.
ENTERTAINMENT
July 18, 1998 | ZAN DUBIN
Andrew Lloyd Webber's "Evita" will complete the Orange County Performing Arts Center's 1998-99 Broadway Series, the rest of which was previously announced, center officials said Friday. The touring roadshow, to be staged April 20-25 in Segerstrom Hall, is a 20th-anniversary remounting of the musical, which premiered in 1978 with Patti LuPone in the title role, center officials said. The Broadway season begins Sept. 15 with "Victor/Victoria" starring Toni Tennille.
SPORTS
November 13, 1992
Once was bad enough for El Camino Real High linebacker Robert Magnuson. Twice was simply too much. For Magnuson, this picture was indeed worth a thousand words, most of them unprintable. A photo of Magnuson has appeared twice in The Times' Valley sports section this season, each time with a caption that read, in essence: "Robert Magnuson gets plowed under by Chaminade running back Justin Giovannettone."
BUSINESS
July 30, 1996 | From a Times Staff Writer
Bill Nottingham, previously managing editor at the Los Angeles Times' Orange County Edition, has been named editor of the edition, effective immediately, it was announced Monday by Shelby Coffey III, executive vice president and editor of The Times. Nottingham, whose 11 years with the Times include seven years with the Orange County Edition, will oversee its 170-member editorial staff and will report to Robert G. Magnuson, president of the edition.
BUSINESS
April 30, 1998 | A Times Staff Writer
Times Community News, a unit of Times Mirror Co., said it signed a letter of intent to acquire the Pasadena Weekly, a community newspaper with 35,000 free circulation that serves Pasadena and surrounding communities. Terms of the deal, which must be approved by both parties, were not disclosed. "The Pasadena Weekly is a highly respected community newspaper with a fiercely loyal local following," said Robert G.
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