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October 27, 2007 | Nicholas Riccardi, Times Staff Writer
Steve Arnold is driving the yellow Hummer in circles around a Kiowa County wheat field, towing an 18-foot-wide metal detector. For an hour, nothing but silence. Finally, the detector whines and Arnold slams the brakes. "That is so good," he says. Arnold jumps out, pinpoints the location with a smaller detector and starts digging. The world-renowned meteorite hunter is hoping for a big score.
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October 27, 2007 | Nicholas Riccardi, Times Staff Writer
Steve Arnold is driving the yellow Hummer in circles around a Kiowa County wheat field, towing an 18-foot-wide metal detector. For an hour, nothing but silence. Finally, the detector whines and Arnold slams the brakes. "That is so good," he says. Arnold jumps out, pinpoints the location with a smaller detector and starts digging. The world-renowned meteorite hunter is hoping for a big score.
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BUSINESS
July 17, 1990
Steve Arnold, owner of the Leather Factory, has been named to the board of directors of the 65 Roses Club.
BUSINESS
July 17, 1990
Steve Arnold, owner of the Leather Factory, has been named to the board of directors of the 65 Roses Club.
NATIONAL
November 12, 2005 | From Times Wire Reports
A collector discovered a rare 1,400-pound meteorite 7 feet underground in Brenham Township, Kan., an area long known for producing prized space rocks. Using a metal detector mounted on a three-wheel vehicle, Steve Arnold of Kingston, Ark., found the meteorite two weeks ago. The meteorite is classified as an oriented pallasite, a type noted for a conical shape with crystals embedded in iron-nickel alloy. "It is aesthetically the type of meteorite that makes collectors drool," Arnold said.
SPORTS
December 23, 1986 | Associated Press
Former USC basketball star Cheryl Miller was among the players selected in the Major League Volleyball's first draft Monday. The Los Angeles Starlites made Miller a ninth-round pick. Karen Dahlgren, an All-American at Nebraska, was the newly formed women's professional league's top pick. Dahlgren was chosen by the Minnesota Monarchs. Steve Arnold, commissioner of the league scheduled to open its first season in February, said he did not know if Miller would consider switching sports.
SPORTS
December 25, 1986
Heather Hafner, a three-time All-American at Cal State Northridge, was the 21st player selected Monday in the inaugural draft of the Major League Volleyball Assn., a professional league for women that begins its first season Feb. 21. Hafner was selected in the fourth round by the Dallas Belles, one of six teams in the fledgling league. The draft was limited to 160 players selected by the MLVA as qualified to play in the league, commissioner Steve Arnold said.
SPORTS
August 3, 1986 | SAM McMANIS, Times Staff Writer
In his short but eventful life, Don Rogers almost always did what most people would consider the right thing. On the football field, the former UCLA and Cleveland Browns safety could be counted on to serve and protect Mr. Rogers' neighborhood. It was not a friendly place for opposing wide receivers. And in Rogers' real neighborhood in suburban Sacramento, he was a one-man support group to his troubled family.
SPORTS
October 15, 1988 | CHRIS DUFRESNE, Times Staff Writer
With nowhere else to run, former track star and receiver Ron Brown agreed to a 1-year contract with the Rams and will rejoin the team early next week for a 2-week tryout, his agent, Steve Arnold, confirmed Friday. Brown, who retired from football last April, will reportedly receive a pro-rated salary of $220,000 for the remainder of the season, provided he makes the team. Brown had no other option but to return to the Rams after the team failed to trade him before last Tuesday's deadline.
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