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November 29, 2004 | Daryl Kelley, Times Staff Writer
When Samuel Edwards left San Francisco for Ventura County in 1971, the young doctor had plans to open the intensive care unit at tiny Santa Paula Memorial Hospital -- and to sink roots into the fertile farming valley his ancestors had helped settle a century before. Now Edwards, whose gentlemanly style is a throwback to a bygone era, is helping to reestablish the bankrupt Santa Paula hospital as the emergency lifeline of the Santa Clara River Valley.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
November 29, 2004 | Daryl Kelley, Times Staff Writer
When Samuel Edwards left San Francisco for Ventura County in 1971, the young doctor had plans to open the intensive care unit at tiny Santa Paula Memorial Hospital -- and to sink roots into the fertile farming valley his ancestors had helped settle a century before. Now Edwards, whose gentlemanly style is a throwback to a bygone era, is helping to reestablish the bankrupt Santa Paula hospital as the emergency lifeline of the Santa Clara River Valley.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
December 29, 2001
An Episcopal priest who has clashed with church leaders over his conservative views will be tried in a church court for preaching at a suburban Washington parish without his bishop's approval. The Rev. Samuel Edwards was charged with breaking church laws when he ignored an order from Jane Holmes Dixon, acting bishop of Washington, to leave Christ Episcopal Church in Accokeek in May. He was later forced out of the parish by a federal order.
SPORTS
April 5, 1989
Three of the four Arizona freshman football players arrested last month in connection with a series of campus assaults have been suspended from the school for two years and a fourth has been put on probation, the university's dean of students said Tuesday. Rosalind E. Andreas said that the three players must decide this week whether to accept or appeal the sanctions.
SPORTS
March 10, 1989
Four University of Arizona football players--including one from Tarzana--were jailed overnight for investigation of alleged misdemeanor assaults of a racial nature, authorities said today. The four freshmen, all black, faced arraignment or initial appearances today, officials said. Police said the four allegedly sought out white victims walking alone, accused them of racial slurs and then assaulted them. Tucson Police Sgt.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
June 10, 1999
Warning that Ventura County's health clinics remain out of compliance with Medicare billing rules, federal officials have notified Pierre Durand that his dual role as health care agency director and public hospital administrator also violates regulations. If the county does not bring the clinics into compliance with organizational changes by June 30, it will lose millions of dollars in reimbursement money, officials said Wednesday.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
July 21, 2001
Leaders of a suburban Episcopal parish have filed charges in church court accusing acting Bishop Jane Holmes Dixon of Washington, D.C., of violating canon law by trying to block them from hiring a conservative priest. The vestry of Christ Church in Accokeek, Md., filed ecclesiastical charges with Presiding Bishop Frank Griswold of New York, head of the Episcopal Church. The charges were signed by three of Dixon's fellow Episcopal bishops and several priests and lay members.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
March 8, 1996 | CARLOS V. LOZANO
The Ventura Chamber of Commerce has endorsed Community Memorial Hospital's position against a proposed $56-million county clinic project that the hospital believes would hurt its business. The chamber's board of directors voted to endorse the hospital's stand against Measure X on the March 26 ballot after hearing presentations from both county and Community Memorial representatives.
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