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June 2, 2005 | Ashley Powers, Times Staff Writer
A Scott Siegel tour of downtown Redlands is a game of what's missing. He whisks past stone-tiled City Hall in favor of a second-story window at the drab public-works building. "Look!" he says pointing to the window. There, like a coffee-cup ring on a table, is a faint gray circle. He walks into the Fire Department. "Hey, can I see someone's badge?" he asks. A firefighter shows where someone drilled a nail-sized hole into the badge. What's missing? A cross.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
June 2, 2005 | Ashley Powers, Times Staff Writer
A Scott Siegel tour of downtown Redlands is a game of what's missing. He whisks past stone-tiled City Hall in favor of a second-story window at the drab public-works building. "Look!" he says pointing to the window. There, like a coffee-cup ring on a table, is a faint gray circle. He walks into the Fire Department. "Hey, can I see someone's badge?" he asks. A firefighter shows where someone drilled a nail-sized hole into the badge. What's missing? A cross.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
August 3, 1996
After reading Miguel Bustillo's article, "Janss Center Renovation Leaves Some Upset," several questions come to mind. The Thousand Oaks City Council helped finance the renovation of the Janss mall by issuing $35 million in bonds to generate cash for the project. Councilwoman Jaime Zukowski stated that there was no indication that Janss was in financial distress. Janss was on unstable economic grounds when the council approved the plan 4 to 1 after assurances from Janss that existing tenants would not be forced out after renovation.
ENTERTAINMENT
January 5, 2001 | From Reuters
Hollywood will have no shortage of Oscars this year. The Chicago foundry that makes the gold-plated statuettes plans to mint a second set on the slim chance that last year's theft is repeated. This year's winners of Hollywood's famed Academy Awards will receive statuettes originally intended for last year's winners before they were stolen off a truck dock. "We'll be producing a new batch to be used for 2002, so they'll have a year's supply" on hand, Scott Siegel, president of Oscar maker R.S.
SPORTS
November 4, 1994 | BRYAN RODGERS, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
Westlake High Coach Jim Benkert wanted to keep his team looking sharp and get off to a fast start in Thursday night's Marmonte League game against Channel Islands. Benkert got exactly what he asked for. The Warriors scored on their first offensive play of each half en route to a 48-7 victory over the Raiders at Thousand Oaks High. With the victory, Westlake clinched a share of its first league championship since 1982.
HEALTH
November 2, 2009 | Marc Siegel
"Three Rivers" CBS, Sunday, Oct. 18, 9 p.m. Episode: "Good Intentions" The premise Teenage alcohol and drug abuser Scott Becker (Shiloh Fernandez) has been admitted to Three Rivers Regional Medical Center, a top transplant center in Pittsburgh. Scott has severe heart failure, caused by an enlargement of the heart (known as cardiomegaly). Specifically, he has dilated heart chambers and a "regional wall abnormality" that prevents the heart from pumping properly. A cardiac angiogram has revealed that he has normal coronary arteries.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
November 10, 2005 | Susannah Rosenblatt and Ashley Powers, Times Staff Writer
Just over a third of registered voters in Riverside and San Bernardino counties went to the polls Tuesday, scrapping several divisive ballot measures along with reelecting Riverside's mayor and leaving the mayoral race in San Bernardino up for grabs. San Bernardino's mayoral race will be decided Feb. 7 between Superior Court Judge Pat Morris and City Atty. James F. Penman, the candidates who received the most votes Tuesday.
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January 31, 2000 | KATIE COOPER and TINA DIRMANN, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
A befuddled Larry Hagman, reminiscent of his '60s TV persona, Maj. Anthony Nelson, fumbled with the remote control for his satellite dish just prior to the Super Bowl coin toss Sunday afternoon. After punching the buttons fruitlessly and muttering under his breath, just like when Jeannie used to cast one of her crazy spells, a guest at his Super Bowl party finally came to the rescue and beamed in the big game.
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August 21, 1996 | Robert A. Jones
At the personal-crisis level, Hollywood is having a season like none since the summer of 1921. In that fateful year, Fatty Arbuckle drove up to San Francisco for a three-day toot and ended up in jail, charged with the murder of a starlet. No sooner had the Arbuckle affair hit the scandal sheets than director William Desmond Taylor was found shot to death in his Hollywood home. Then Mabel Normand's chauffeur knocked off a visiting industrialist.
SPORTS
November 25, 1994
Agoura 1994 OVERALL LEAGUE PLACE 18-9 11-3 Tied 1st COACH YR. AT SCHOOL Kevin Pasky 8th TOP RETURNEES POS HT YR Brian Laibow G 6-3 Jr. Ben Richardson F/C 6-6 Sr. Maurice Moore G 6-2 Sr. Chris Driscoll G 6-0 Sr. Jon Sears C 6-5 Sr. TOP NEWCOMERS POS HT YR Joel Weiss G/F 6-1 Jr. Ryan Yeager G 5-11 Jr. Clint Bridge G 6-1 Jr. Eddie Masangkay F 6-3 Sr. Jason Rogers C 6-4 Sr.
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