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April 14, 1990 | DIANE HAITHMAN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Fred Reed claims that most of this city's bowlers checked out early this week from his Mt. Si bowling lanes to watch ABC's "Twin Peaks" when it made its debut Sunday night, followed by the series start Thursday. The new murder mystery series, created by "Blue Velvet" director David Lynch, was filmed in part in Snoqualmie, a logging town 25 miles east of Seattle hard by Snoqualmie Falls.
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April 14, 1990 | DIANE HAITHMAN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Fred Reed claims that most of this city's bowlers checked out early this week from his Mt. Si bowling lanes to watch ABC's "Twin Peaks" when it made its debut Sunday night, followed by the series start Thursday. The new murder mystery series, created by "Blue Velvet" director David Lynch, was filmed in part in Snoqualmie, a logging town 25 miles east of Seattle hard by Snoqualmie Falls.
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March 29, 1988 | CHRIS KRAUL, San Diego County Business Editor
Potomac Investment Associates' agreement last week to buy the undeveloped La Jolla Valley project is the first step in a process that may someday bring a Professional Golf Assn. course to the controversial site west of Rancho Bernardo. But formidable obstacles stand in the way of the 4,666-acre development, which would also include hundreds--perhaps thousands--of housing units.
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April 3, 1988 | CHRIS KRAUL, San Diego County Business Editor
Potomac Investment Associates' agreement last month to buy the undeveloped La Jolla Valley project is the first step in a process that may someday bring a Professional Golf Assn. course to the controversial site west of Rancho Bernardo. But formidable obstacles stand in the way of the 4,666-acre development, which would also include hundreds--perhaps thousands--of housing units.
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