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July 17, 1992 | JEFF PRUGH
Three months after he was recalled from the Antelope Valley Hospital District board, Steve Fox declared this week that he will try to regain a seat on the board. Fox, a San Fernando Valley junior high school teacher who lives in Palmdale, filed nomination papers to run for one of three seats on the board in Lancaster's municipal election in November. Fox and Anne Brouillette were removed from the board in a recall election last April. One month later, Dr.
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SPORTS
June 1, 1996 | MIKE TERRY, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Playing baseball at Fountain Valley is not only fun for senior second baseman Matt Fox, it's practically a birthright. His father, Steve, pitched at Fountain Valley in 1970-71, and by his father's count "left with about 14 school records." Steve's 1971 team was the first Fountain Valley squad to reach the section playoffs. Fox's older brother, Luke, who graduated from Golden West College this spring, was on four Sunset League champions and the 1994 section Division I champions.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
May 7, 1991 | JOHN CHANDLER, TIMES STAFF WRITER
A group of employees at Antelope Valley Hospital Medical Center in Lancaster have launched a campaign to recall the two newest members of its governing board in an election that could cost the public hospital about $240,000. The employees group has published a formal list of complaints against Steve Fox and Anne Brouillette, who were elected in November to the board of the Antelope Valley Hospital District. The public district runs the 301-bed medical center, the largest in the area.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
August 23, 1992 | BLAINE HALLEY, TIMES STAFF WRITER
An ousted director of the Antelope Valley Hospital Medical Center on Saturday challenged the legality of the appointment of one of his successors, but hospital officials said the former director based his charge on a misinterpretation of state law. Steve Fox, 39, who was recalled from the five-member governing board in April, charged that the appointment of Dante Simi in May was illegal because only two members of the board voted to add him to the board.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
August 23, 1992 | BLAINE HALLEY, TIMES STAFF WRITER
An ousted director of the Antelope Valley Hospital Medical Center on Saturday challenged the legality of the appointment of one of his successors, but hospital officials said the former director based his charge on a misinterpretation of state law. Steve Fox, 39, who was recalled from the five-member governing board in April, charged that the appointment of Dante Simi in May was illegal because only two members of the board voted to add him to the board.
SPORTS
June 1, 1996 | MIKE TERRY, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Playing baseball at Fountain Valley is not only fun for senior second baseman Matt Fox, it's practically a birthright. His father, Steve, pitched at Fountain Valley in 1970-71, and by his father's count "left with about 14 school records." Steve's 1971 team was the first Fountain Valley squad to reach the section playoffs. Fox's older brother, Luke, who graduated from Golden West College this spring, was on four Sunset League champions and the 1994 section Division I champions.
BUSINESS
May 2, 2010 | By Hugo Martín, Los Angeles Times
When the last Jungle Cruise boat docks for the night and lights fade to black on Sleeping Beauty's Castle, the real work begins. At lush Pixie Hollow, gardeners don miner's headlamps as they begin uprooting stubborn weeds. On Main Street, custodians scrape chewing gum off the sidewalk. And over at Mickey's Toontown, painters sand and recoat chipped handrails. Few see it happen, except perhaps for the dozens of feral cats that emerge from their hiding places to prowl the park after hours, stalking rodents.
ENTERTAINMENT
October 19, 1990
"Good Morning America" will celebrate Thanksgiving with the U.S. troops in Saudi Arabia during the week of Nov. 19-25, ABC said. Charlie Gibson, co-host of the top-rated morning show, and correspondent Steve Fox will broadcast live from American military bases in the region.
MAGAZINE
March 5, 2006 | Thomas M. Kostigen, Thomas M. Kostigen is the author of "What Money Really Means."
Is that a cup and handle? Do I see a "W" pattern on the chart in front of me? I am sitting in my den in Venice, staring at a computer screen, trying to discern these things. The charts I am scrutinizing are of stock prices, and I am trying to find the right one, the one that's behaving like a stock whose price is about to soar. Finally, I think I've found it, a ladle-looking image that marks the rise, fall and rise again of a company's worth in the market. This particular company, EZCorp Inc.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
May 9, 1992 | BLAINE HALLEY
The Antelope Valley Hospital District board of directors will hold a special meeting Monday to accept the resignation of its chairman, Dr. Harvey Birsner, an 11-year director who resigned after two board allies were recalled in last month's election. Birsner's term would have expired in November. In a five-page letter to the board dated Monday, the neurosurgeon said he had learned that "politics is a dirty business" from the recall campaign against Anne Brouillette and Steve Fox.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
July 17, 1992 | JEFF PRUGH
Three months after he was recalled from the Antelope Valley Hospital District board, Steve Fox declared this week that he will try to regain a seat on the board. Fox, a San Fernando Valley junior high school teacher who lives in Palmdale, filed nomination papers to run for one of three seats on the board in Lancaster's municipal election in November. Fox and Anne Brouillette were removed from the board in a recall election last April. One month later, Dr.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
May 7, 1991 | JOHN CHANDLER, TIMES STAFF WRITER
A group of employees at Antelope Valley Hospital Medical Center in Lancaster have launched a campaign to recall the two newest members of its governing board in an election that could cost the public hospital about $240,000. The employees group has published a formal list of complaints against Steve Fox and Anne Brouillette, who were elected in November to the board of the Antelope Valley Hospital District. The public district runs the 301-bed medical center, the largest in the area.
OPINION
December 14, 2003
Re "The Difference Between North and South Is Green," Nov. 23: Columnist James F. Grier understates the complexity of this modern syndrome whereby our country seems to be divided into two distinct groups, not north and south parts of any state, but one group that gives priority to snails, birds, coyotes and vast forests and another group that gives the critical priority to families of human beings. In Southern California, obviously we implement the human priority. That's why millions more families are supported here.
SPORTS
December 20, 1986
For all of those who have been crying for Al Campanis' scalp, he scored a 10-strike at the winter meetings by landing Tim Leary and Matt Young. Leary has always had the earmarks of a big winner, but like so many pitchers in the last few years, he just needed to find the right organization. Young gives the Dodgers a lefty out of the bullpen who can throw heat, and that was non-existent in '86. Finally, he was able to unload Greg Brock. I can't want for the '87 season to begin. STEVE FOX Los Angeles
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