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October 28, 2007 | Cecilia Rasmussen, Times Staff Writer
When fire chewed its way through the San Bernardino Mountains town of Running Springs last week, it was not the first time the little forest community had been ravaged by flames. As with previous fires, the blazes destroyed some of the town's heritage, including at least one of the original century-old cottages that date to the village's origin as a swanky summer resort for the rich men and women of the Gilded Age.
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October 28, 2007 | Cecilia Rasmussen, Times Staff Writer
When fire chewed its way through the San Bernardino Mountains town of Running Springs last week, it was not the first time the little forest community had been ravaged by flames. As with previous fires, the blazes destroyed some of the town's heritage, including at least one of the original century-old cottages that date to the village's origin as a swanky summer resort for the rich men and women of the Gilded Age.
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February 22, 1998 | VANI RANGACHAR, TIMES STAFF WRITER
It had been the fourth straight day of coping with El Nin~o, and it was getting to me. I was tired of fighting traffic snarls, avoiding mudslides, navigating flooded streets. Why not head to the mountains, I thought, and trade the wet stuff for white stuff and cross-country skiing? This was a radical shift in my thinking; when I moved here five years ago from the East Coast, I hadn't cared if I ever saw snow again. Now El Nin~o was making it look good.
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February 24, 2002 | MARY McNAMARA, TIMES STAFF WRITER
We went in search of snow. It did not seem an unreasonable quest. It was late January, after all, and we looked toward the mountains, where snow is often found. Our two children had made it through the holidays, through all the white-mantled tales and movies and songs, patiently accepting our promises of post-New Year sledding and snow forts. We chose a weekend when those who live in snow country said the odds were pretty dang good.
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