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November 2, 1985 | Eric Macias
KEY PLAYS Camarillo's Billy Bell returned the opening kickoff 50 yards to the Royal 45 and quarterback Mike Henry ran the next three plays for 25 yards, 13 yards and a 7-yard touchdown. . . . Royal running back Ralph Blank raced around left end for a 75-yard touchdown run with 9:29 left in the first quarter. . . . Danny Eastman kicked a 41-yard field goal to give Camarillo a 10-6 lead with 6:18 left in the first quarter. . .
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November 2, 1985 | Eric Macias
KEY PLAYS Camarillo's Billy Bell returned the opening kickoff 50 yards to the Royal 45 and quarterback Mike Henry ran the next three plays for 25 yards, 13 yards and a 7-yard touchdown. . . . Royal running back Ralph Blank raced around left end for a 75-yard touchdown run with 9:29 left in the first quarter. . . . Danny Eastman kicked a 41-yard field goal to give Camarillo a 10-6 lead with 6:18 left in the first quarter. . .
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
May 21, 2004 | From Times Wire Reports
Public agencies would get several more days to consider public record requests under a bill passed by the Assembly on Thursday. The bill would give them 10 working days instead of calendar days. Requested by the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department but opposed by the California Newspaper Publishers Assn., the bill passed by 53 to 7.
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November 17, 1995
It's not official, but with all the ballots finally counted in the Diamond Bar and Walnut from the Nov. 7 city council elections, only a handful of votes separate the winners from the losers. In Diamond Bar, pro-growth candidate Carol Herrera garnered a dozen more votes than Don Schad, a growth opponent. Results show that Herrera and Bob Huff, another pro-growth candidate, came out on top, with 1,614 and 2,233 votes respectively.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
December 11, 1998
The City Council has unanimously voted to appoint Planning Commissioner Daniel Marostica to serve the remaining portion of the council term of Robert Pacheco, who won a state Assembly seat last month. Marostica, 55, will be sworn in Dec. 16. Council members decided against calling a special election to fill the vacancy created by Pacheco's victory in the 60th Assembly District. A special election would have cost the city as much as $50,000, city officials said.
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March 20, 2000 | HOLLY J. WOLCOTT
An 18-year-old Santa Paula man was stabbed in the face and abdomen Sunday afternoon during an argument with another man in front of the victim's house, authorities said. Robert Pacheco was treated for minor wounds at Santa Paula Memorial Hospital after the 4 p.m. incident, Santa Paula Police Sgt. Ish Cordero said. Pacheco was standing in front of his home in the 400 block of 14th Street when a black Honda sedan carrying four men pulled up and one man got out and approached him, Cordero said.
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May 24, 1999 | GEORGE SKELTON
If this were basketball, they would be the Clippers. The other team would be the Lakers. If fish, they'd be the bluegill; the other species the bigmouth bass. But it's politics and they're the Republicans--the Republican Latino legislators. The dominant group is the Democratic Latino legislators. How dominant? When Mexican President Ernesto Zedillo was at the state Capitol last week to kick off a three-day California tour--escorted by Gov.
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July 25, 1993 | MICHELLE WILLIAMS
Look, up in the sky! It could be Robert Pacheco's cellophane art blowing in the breeze. Or Doron Gazit's combination of flight with fancy--balloonish "airtubes." Pacheco, a North Hollywood photographer, started his "Sun and Cellophane" series while driving across Pennsylvania after a spring snowfall. He laid a long piece of blue cellophane across an empty golf course and photographed it blowing in the wind. Gazit's process is more complicated.
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March 4, 2000 | ERIK HAMILTON, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Calvary Chapel's crusade for its sixth state title intensified Friday when the Eagles advanced seven wrestlers to the semifinals of the state wrestling championships at the University of the Pacific. The Eagles closed the first day of competition with 83 points in front of an announced crowd of 5,879. "We have remained focused throughout the season, even when we had setbacks," Calvary Chapel Coach John Azevedo said. "I'm completely blown away on how well our guys have done."
OPINION
February 27, 2004
Consumer groups have used the state's unique law against unfair competition to protect Californians from a grocery chain that was relabeling days-old meat and a nursing home that duped families of residents into paying higher rates. But the powerful law that protects against "any unlawful, unfair or fraudulent business act or practice and unfair, deceptive, untrue or misleading advertising" also is riddled with loopholes that unprincipled lawyers use to shake down small businesses.
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July 3, 2003 | Nancy Vogel, Times Staff Writer
A Los Angeles County assemblyman has agreed to pay a $14,000 fine for failing to report tens of thousands of dollars of campaign loans and expenditures. Robert Pacheco, a Republican who represents suburbs east of Los Angeles, agreed to the settlement -- the maximum fine -- after acknowledging seven violations of state campaign disclosure laws during his 1998 campaign for the Assembly. Pacheco, an attorney, called the violations "a matter of oversight and ignorance on my part."
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