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July 7, 1989 | GERALD FARIS, Times Staff Writer
When Steve Shultz was growing up on the family ranch in Rolling Hills, he would look out the dining room window and see as many as 40 quail on the back lawn. Today, there are few if any quail left in this rustic city of sumptuous homes, white rail fences, hills and canyons. And pheasants, which Shultz also recalls from his youth, vanished long ago.
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July 7, 1989 | GERALD FARIS, Times Staff Writer
When Steve Shultz was growing up on the family ranch in Rolling Hills, he would look out the dining room window and see as many as 40 quail on the back lawn. Today, there are few if any quail left in this rustic city of sumptuous homes, white rail fences, hills and canyons. And pheasants, which Shultz also recalls from his youth, vanished long ago.
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April 12, 2002 | TONY PERRY, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Nine workers with access to restricted areas at Lindbergh Field, the city's international airport, were arrested this week by the U.S. Immigration and Naturalization Service on a variety of immigration charges as part of a national enforcement effort prompted by the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks. Four of the nine were illegal immigrants. The other five were foreign nationals with criminal records for drugs, domestic violence or theft.
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August 15, 2000
* MiniMed Inc. of Sylmar announced the formation of the office of chief executive. Terrance H. Gregg, president and chief executive, will share executive leadership with Alfred E. Mann, chairman and chief executive. Recent appointments to the executive management committee include Dave Morley, senior vice president; Steve Bowman, senior vice president, sales and marketing; Steve Shultz, senior vice president, human resources; and Kevin Wells, senior vice president, research and development.
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August 28, 1986 | MAYERENE BARKER, Times Staff Writer
Homeowners and off-road vehicle enthusiasts squared off on Tuesday for a long battle over where the county should establish off-road vehicle parks in the Santa Clarita Valley at a public hearing that attracted a noisy, standing-room-only crowd of about 200 people. The hearing, at Valencia Public Library, was the first conducted by Los Angeles County's Off-Highway Vehicle Committee.
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July 6, 1989 | GERALD FARIS, Times Staff Writer
When Steve Shultz was growing up on the family ranch in Rolling Hills, he remembers looking out of the dining room window and seeing 40 quail on the back lawn. Today, there are few, if any, quail left in this rustic city of sumptuous homes, white rail fences, hills and canyons. And pheasant, which Shultz also recalls from his youth, vanished long ago.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
July 12, 1989 | GERALD FARIS, Times Staff Writer
When Steve Shultz was growing up on the family ranch in Rolling Hills, he remembers looking out the dining room window and seeing dozens of quail on the back lawn. Today, there are few, if any, quail left in this rustic city of sumptuous homes, white rail fences, hills and canyons. And pheasants, which Shultz also recalls from his youth, vanished long ago.
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April 26, 1998
Other students who entered the contest to name the Moorpark College zoo's newest baby camel and their suggestions: Ventura Laura Mills, 8: "Storkey"; Leah Johnson, 8: "Goldmite"; Simon Green, 9: "Simon"; Clinton Gartman, 9, "007"; David Genovese, 8: "Bobo"; Courtney Clayton, third grade: "Carmel"; Sepideah Mohsenian, 9: "Fluffy"; Haley MacIver, 8: "Joe"; Chelsea Meisner, 9: "Buddy"; Desiree McCullough, 8: "Joy."
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