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January 25, 1986 | LEE MARGULIES, Times Staff Writer
For the second time in her career, Sandy Hill was dropped Friday as an anchor at KCBS Channel 2. Beginning Monday, she'll be replaced on the station's 4:30 p.m. weekday newscast by veteran journalist and commentator Bill Stout. Frank Gardner, general manager of KCBS, said replacing Hill with Stout constituted the "finishing touch" on an effort over the past six months to turn the early newscast into "a hard-hitting, substantial broadcast." Hill had been on her second tour at Channel 2.
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July 6, 2008 | by barbara thornburg
Mark Morris breezes into Sandy Hill's Los Olivos ranch house, necklaces dangling, a shawl draped loosely about his shoulders and dance company directors Nancy Umanoff and Lauren Cherubini in tow. Once dubbed "our Mozart of modern dance" by the Washington Post, Morris is the first speaker in a series of Sunday lunch-salons at Hill's ranch and Oak Savanna Vineyard.
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ENTERTAINMENT
August 21, 1986
Sandy Hill, dropped as a news anchor at KCBS Channel 2 in January, will return to TV later this year as co-host of the "CBS Morning News." She'll take over when Faith Daniels goes on maternity leave, probably in late October, and will remain until the show goes off the air in December, CBS said. Hill is no stranger to the morning news routine, having served as co-host of ABC's "Good Morning America" in between stints as a Channel 2 anchor.
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December 30, 1999 | Kenneth Ma, (949) 248-2157
Two emergency workers will be publicly recognized for the emotional first aid they provided during traumatic events. Orange County Sheriff's Deputy Paul Wade and Fire Chief Craig Casey will receive Good Samaritan awards at Tuesday's City Council meeting. Representatives from the Traumatic Intervention Program, a national nonprofit organization, will present the awards.
NEWS
February 9, 1986
How disappointed we were to read that KCBS-TV dropped Sandy Hill from the 4:30 p.m. news. We rate Sandy Hill No. 1. There was a pleasantness about her--a good sense of humor, smile, disposition and excellent reporting of news. George and Pat Arumik, Montebello
NEWS
February 12, 1989
After watching the newly extended "Home" program, I've decided to express my opinion. I am disappointed as to how it has changed. Those things that made the show a success just aren't there anymore, such as the information on improving one's home or creative ideas for one's hobbies. Seems as if "Home" has become just another talk show. Also, Sandy Hill was a wonderful hostess and I think Cristina Ferrare should have stayed on "AM." Elizabeth Sanchez, Norwalk
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
December 30, 1999 | Kenneth Ma, (949) 248-2157
Two emergency workers will be publicly recognized for the emotional first aid they provided during traumatic events. Orange County Sheriff's Deputy Paul Wade and Fire Chief Craig Casey will receive Good Samaritan awards at Tuesday's City Council meeting. Representatives from the Traumatic Intervention Program, a national nonprofit organization, will present the awards.
MAGAZINE
July 6, 2008 | by barbara thornburg
Mark Morris breezes into Sandy Hill's Los Olivos ranch house, necklaces dangling, a shawl draped loosely about his shoulders and dance company directors Nancy Umanoff and Lauren Cherubini in tow. Once dubbed "our Mozart of modern dance" by the Washington Post, Morris is the first speaker in a series of Sunday lunch-salons at Hill's ranch and Oak Savanna Vineyard.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
May 19, 2000
Orange County Sheriff Michael Carona received the 2000 Law Enforcement Good Samaritan Award on Thursday from the county's chapter of Trauma Intervention Programs. Sandy Hill, a spokeswoman for the trauma intervention chapter, said the sheriff was nominated for his long-standing support for the services of the Trauma Intervention counselors.
NEWS
March 18, 1990
Why would ABC change a successful show? I'm talking about "Home." Please bring back Robb Weller. An added bonus would be to bring back Sandy Hill, but I'm not counting on a miracle! D. Bustamante, Alhambra It wasn't ABC's decision: Weller chose to leave the show to give himself time for other projects.
NEWS
February 12, 1989
After watching the newly extended "Home" program, I've decided to express my opinion. I am disappointed as to how it has changed. Those things that made the show a success just aren't there anymore, such as the information on improving one's home or creative ideas for one's hobbies. Seems as if "Home" has become just another talk show. Also, Sandy Hill was a wonderful hostess and I think Cristina Ferrare should have stayed on "AM." Elizabeth Sanchez, Norwalk
ENTERTAINMENT
August 21, 1986
Sandy Hill, dropped as a news anchor at KCBS Channel 2 in January, will return to TV later this year as co-host of the "CBS Morning News." She'll take over when Faith Daniels goes on maternity leave, probably in late October, and will remain until the show goes off the air in December, CBS said. Hill is no stranger to the morning news routine, having served as co-host of ABC's "Good Morning America" in between stints as a Channel 2 anchor.
NEWS
February 9, 1986
How disappointed we were to read that KCBS-TV dropped Sandy Hill from the 4:30 p.m. news. We rate Sandy Hill No. 1. There was a pleasantness about her--a good sense of humor, smile, disposition and excellent reporting of news. George and Pat Arumik, Montebello
ENTERTAINMENT
January 25, 1986 | LEE MARGULIES, Times Staff Writer
For the second time in her career, Sandy Hill was dropped Friday as an anchor at KCBS Channel 2. Beginning Monday, she'll be replaced on the station's 4:30 p.m. weekday newscast by veteran journalist and commentator Bill Stout. Frank Gardner, general manager of KCBS, said replacing Hill with Stout constituted the "finishing touch" on an effort over the past six months to turn the early newscast into "a hard-hitting, substantial broadcast." Hill had been on her second tour at Channel 2.
NEWS
September 8, 1985
Why can't the newscasters get their facts straight? When Sandy Hill announced Madonna's wedding, she named the songs Madonna is famous for and included "Girls Just Want to Have Fun," which is Cyndi Lauper's song. We called the KCBS-TV newsroom to correct this and got the feeling it couldn't care less. A little fact like this may seem unimportant to the news people, but it is very important to fans of the rock stars and their videos. Marion Rose, West Los Angeles
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