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October 24, 1988 | CARL INGRAM, Times Staff Writer
"Hi, I'm Roy Whiteaker, your candidate for the state Senate," the hefty fellow in brown Western boots tells voters as he tramps from house to house with an armload of campaign brochures declaring him to be "A great lawman. A great lawmaker." On this day and most others as he knocks on doors, nobody recognizes Roy Whiteaker as the rural sheriff who in 1971 received international attention in the spectacular Juan Corona mass murder case.
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October 24, 1988 | CARL INGRAM, Times Staff Writer
"Hi, I'm Roy Whiteaker, your candidate for the state Senate," the hefty fellow in brown Western boots tells voters as he tramps from house to house with an armload of campaign brochures declaring him to be "A great lawman. A great lawmaker." On this day and most others as he knocks on doors, nobody recognizes Roy Whiteaker as the rural sheriff who in 1971 received international attention in the spectacular Juan Corona mass murder case.
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April 29, 2005 | Susannah Rosenblatt, Times Staff Writer
Riverside, hip? Break dancers, graffiti artists and deejays are grooving this week at the fourth-annual hip-hop theater festival at UC Riverside, one of the few events of its kind in Southern California. The five-day CaliFest '05, which continues tonight and concludes Saturday, includes a hip-hop dance-off, a collection of spoken-word artists and a reprise of four one-act plays that debuted Tuesday.
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February 25, 1986 | GLENN F. BUNTING and CARL INGRAM, Times Staff Writers
Balmy, spring-like weather Monday helped thaw residents who have been without heat or hot water for the last week and led city officials to close their emergency shelter. Meanwhile, utility work crews hoped to begin restoring natural gas service today. Although the Lake Tahoe Airport and U.S. 50 reopened Monday, city officials cautioned tourists that the area was operating on one-third of its normal electricity because of downed power lines.
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June 9, 1991 | CARL INGRAM, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Newly elected Sheriff Arthur Brandwood had served as the chief law enforcement officer of rural Sutter County for scarcely three months when he was handed a political rattlesnake: an official notice of intent to recall and remove him from office.
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