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May 22, 1995
A Rowland Heights Unified School District police officer patrolling near Nogales High School was shot and wounded in the hip Sunday morning by a teen-age assailant who escaped on foot and remained at large, a sheriff's spokesman said. Officer Mark Russell, 29, a five-year veteran of the department, was treated for a minor wound at Queen of the Valley Hospital in West Covina and released, sheriff's spokesman Mark Bailey said.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
May 22, 1995
A Rowland Heights Unified School District police officer patrolling near Nogales High School was shot and wounded in the hip Sunday morning by a teen-age assailant who escaped on foot and remained at large, a sheriff's spokesman said. Officer Mark Russell, 29, a five-year veteran of the department, was treated for a minor wound at Queen of the Valley Hospital in West Covina and released, sheriff's spokesman Mark Bailey said.
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May 5, 1985 | HERBERT J. VIDA, Times Staff Writer
When David Martz, 31, was invited to park his mobile home at Sunset Lane Elementary School in Fullerton, he decided he couldn't do much better for himself, his wife and two children. After all, he now lives in a quiet neighborhood and has a nine-acre yard with jungle gyms, a soccer field and baseball diamond just outside his front door. "It's a great deal for us," said Martz, an environmental technician who works part time as a basketball coach at Kennedy High School in La Palma.
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November 20, 1994 | ISAAC GUZMAN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Only a few miles from the Rose Bowl, and down the street from the USC campus, another heated school rivalry was roiling Saturday evening at the Los Angeles Convention Center. After 11 hours of brain-wrenching competition, Marshall High School upset returning city, state and national champion Taft High in the Super Quiz event of the Los Angeles Unified Academic Decathlon, finishing ahead of 54 teams from around the city.
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November 20, 1994 | ISAAC GUZMAN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Only a few miles from the Rose Bowl, and down the street from the USC campus, another heated school rivalry was roiling Saturday evening at the Los Angeles Convention Center. After 11 hours of brain-wrenching competition, Marshall High School upset returning city, state and national champion Taft High in the Super Quiz event of the Los Angeles Unified Academic Decathlon, finishing ahead of 54 other teams from around the city.
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June 3, 1993 | TOMMY LI, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
No Saturday morning television cartoons. No extra hours' sleep. No playtime with friends from school. But that's all right with 10-year-old Melissa Chang, who spends four hours of her Saturday mornings sitting in a Hacienda Heights classroom. Inside, the American-born fifth-grader learns about her Chinese heritage and how to speak Chinese. "It will help me when I go to Taiwan and when I go to foreign countries," she said before the start of her Chinese arts and crafts class.
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