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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
August 16, 1989
A former tribal secretary and administrator of the Barona band of Mission Indians was arraigned Tuesday in federal court on a felony charge of embezzling about $10,000 in tribal funds over two years. Susan Osuna, 43, of Santa Ysabel, was charged in U. S. District Court in San Diego as a result of a Department of Interior investigation into allegations that Osuna embezzled funds from tribal checking accounts during 1987 and 1988, said U. S. Atty. William Braniff.
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May 1, 2010
Re "Free Speech Loses in ‘South Park,' " by Mary McNamara, April 24: In the United States, the 1st Amendment restricts the government's right to interfere with free speech, not a corporation's rights to censor its own employees. The Comedy Central folks did the math and didn't want to risk losing their employees, which is a rare act of corporate responsibility, not a support of Islam or terrorism. The issue of this being a violation of the 1st Amendment is thus largely moot.
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SPORTS
January 27, 1994 | Associated Press
Princess Mitterand, a daughter of Triple Crown winner Seattle Slew, took the early lead and romped to a 3 1/2-length victory Wednesday over Dianes Halo in the $78,675 Santa Ysabel Stakes at Santa Anita. Ridden by Chris McCarron, Princess Mitterand covered 1 1/16 miles in 1:43 1/5. It was her first stakes victory. She returned $3 and $2.20 as the odds-on favorite in the field of four 3-year-old fillies. There was no show wagering. Dianes Halo paid $2.60.
TRAVEL
May 20, 2007 | Jerry Schad, Special to The Times
A hikers' highway-in-the-making stretches before us, curving upward through the spring-green grass, enticing us to follow it. The song of the meadowlark and the whoosh of an occasional car fade. We ascend to the rim of the sloping meadow and climb more vigorously up a grass- and shrub-covered rampart offering an ever-widening view of the oak-dotted Santa Ysabel Valley below.
SPORTS
February 15, 1997 | BOB MIESZERSKI, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Through the first 38 days of the Santa Anita meeting, no horse has won by a bigger margin than Sharp Cat did in the Santa Ysabel Stakes last month. Against five outclassed opponents, the chestnut daughter of Storm Cat cruised home 14 lengths ahead and clearly established herself as the top 3-year-old filly in California.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
March 29, 1988 | NANCY RAY, Times Staff Writer
There used to be a joke going around Santa Ysabel about the county health clinic. If you flushed the toilet while smoking a cigarette, wags would caution, you would blow up the whole place. "Now, I don't know for sure that it was true, but the fumes were pretty fierce, they say," admitted Larry Aker, assistant deputy director of county Environmental Health Services. It was 1976 or early 1977 when gasoline first showed up in Santa Ysabel water wells, the only local water supply.
SPORTS
January 23, 1992 | BOB MIESZERSKI, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Alex Solis' longest win streak remains four races. Seeking his fifth consecutive winner in Wednesday's Santa Ysabel Stakes while riding Golden Treat, he had to settle for second, beaten by a head, by Crownette. After breaking from the rail, Golden Treat, the 5-2 second choice, was shuffled back around the far turn, then had nowhere to go until late, but still almost caught the winner. "I only got clear in the final 150 yards," said Solis, who had replaced an ill Chris McCarron.
NEWS
October 13, 1986 | MIKE GRANBERRY, Times Staff Writer
For some people, they're a way of life. They're a way to raise kids, a way to pass one's days out of a city. They're a way to keep a litany of fireside stories building through the years, a way of bringing back the memories, the good times, the good people. It's hard to imagine a ripe piece of fruit packing that kind of power, but it does. For Ray and Helen Meyer, apples are life, the fruit of 26 years.
TRAVEL
May 20, 2007 | Jerry Schad, Special to The Times
A hikers' highway-in-the-making stretches before us, curving upward through the spring-green grass, enticing us to follow it. The song of the meadowlark and the whoosh of an occasional car fade. We ascend to the rim of the sloping meadow and climb more vigorously up a grass- and shrub-covered rampart offering an ever-widening view of the oak-dotted Santa Ysabel Valley below.
SPORTS
February 15, 2004 | BOB MIESZERSKI
Halfbridled, the 2-year-old filly champion, may be missing from today's $250,000 Las Virgenes at Santa Anita, but the Grade I drew a quality group of nine 3-year-old fillies. Hollywood Story, winner of the Hollywood Starlet in December, and A.P. Adventure, who made a successful stakes debut in the Santa Ysabel on Jan. 4, head the field in the one-mile race, which is part of a pick six with a carry-over of $137,427.
SPORTS
February 15, 2004 | BOB MIESZERSKI
Halfbridled, the 2-year-old filly champion, may be missing from today's $250,000 Las Virgenes at Santa Anita, but the Grade I drew a quality group of nine 3-year-old fillies. Hollywood Story, winner of the Hollywood Starlet in December, and A.P. Adventure, who made a successful stakes debut in the Santa Ysabel on Jan. 4, head the field in the one-mile race, which is part of a pick six with a carry-over of $137,427.
SPORTS
January 5, 2004 | Bill Christine, Times Staff Writer
Bob and Beverly Lewis use multiple trainers for their expansive racing stable, but they didn't get around to hiring the veteran Wally Dollase until a year ago. Even now, Dollase has only two horses for the Lewises, but one of them -- the 3-year-old filly A.P. Adventure -- could be a corker. Running for only the second time, A.P. Adventure made the leap from a maiden winner to a stakes victor when she put away five rivals for a 3 1/2-length win in Sunday's $106,800 Santa Ysabel at Santa Anita.
SPORTS
January 4, 2004 | BOB MIESZERSKI
Although Halfbridled, the best 3-year-old filly in the country, isn't in the lineup, the field for today's $100,000 Santa Ysabel Stakes at Santa Anita has quality. Three of the six entrants in the Grade III are unbeaten and probable favorite Salty Romance is fresh off a victory in a $250,000 stakes at Delta Downs. Wildwood Flower is the most experienced of the unbeatens. She has won all three starts for owner-breeder John Gunther and trainer Jerry Hollendorfer.
SPORTS
February 15, 1997 | BOB MIESZERSKI, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Through the first 38 days of the Santa Anita meeting, no horse has won by a bigger margin than Sharp Cat did in the Santa Ysabel Stakes last month. Against five outclassed opponents, the chestnut daughter of Storm Cat cruised home 14 lengths ahead and clearly established herself as the top 3-year-old filly in California.
SPORTS
January 27, 1994 | Associated Press
Princess Mitterand, a daughter of Triple Crown winner Seattle Slew, took the early lead and romped to a 3 1/2-length victory Wednesday over Dianes Halo in the $78,675 Santa Ysabel Stakes at Santa Anita. Ridden by Chris McCarron, Princess Mitterand covered 1 1/16 miles in 1:43 1/5. It was her first stakes victory. She returned $3 and $2.20 as the odds-on favorite in the field of four 3-year-old fillies. There was no show wagering. Dianes Halo paid $2.60.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
July 5, 1992 | TOM GORMAN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Ken Childs is part rancher and part marketer, a man trying to capture consumers with this oldest of made-in-America products. Buffalo meat. As in buffalo burgers, buffalo steaks, buffalo roast, buffalo chili. As in, forget the beef, where's the buff?
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
March 16, 1986
The Times' special supplement "Health Care Challenge: Cost vs. Quality" (March 2) is an informative and thought-provoking review of some of the major issues facing the future of health care delivery in California. Unfortunately for your readers, the listing of community health clinics is incomplete. North County Health Services has been providing much-needed medical and health education services throughout North and East County since 1971 and is the only health care provider in some of the county's more isolated and rural areas.
NEWS
March 8, 1992
Bob Sipchen's thought-provoking article, "Stop the World," states that Jerry Mander "finds the seeds of change society needs to make in the remaining Indian populations." I agree that our society (and Earth) has much to benefit from the "nature-based, spiritual" way of life practiced by the Indians many years ago. However, it is my fear that Mander may have trouble finding even small pockets of Indians clinging to this wise and thoughtful way of life. Many tribes have been forced to turn to get-rich-quick schemes, such as opening gambling casinos, and even going as far from nature as to consider allowing their lands to be used as a nuclear waste dump.
SPORTS
January 23, 1992 | BOB MIESZERSKI, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Alex Solis' longest win streak remains four races. Seeking his fifth consecutive winner in Wednesday's Santa Ysabel Stakes while riding Golden Treat, he had to settle for second, beaten by a head, by Crownette. After breaking from the rail, Golden Treat, the 5-2 second choice, was shuffled back around the far turn, then had nowhere to go until late, but still almost caught the winner. "I only got clear in the final 150 yards," said Solis, who had replaced an ill Chris McCarron.
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