October 15, 1988 |
Reseda 46, Grant 6--The Regents piled up 412 yards and cruised past Grant at Reseda. William Gaines rushed for a game-high 160 yards and 4 touchdowns in 16 carries as 3 Regents rushed for more than 100 yards. John Marks gained 106 yards in only 3 carries and Henry Ray added 100 yards in 5 carries. Gaines scored on runs of 10, 51, 3 and 20 yards. Ray added scoring runs of 57 and 45 yards, and Marks scored from 52 yards.
December 29, 1991 |
Sunny Hills trounced Troy, 61-45, in the semifinals of the Brea-Olinda tournament Saturday night at Brea-Olinda High School. The victory sends the Lancers to their third tournament championship game this season. The Lancers (11-1) will meet Cerritos Gahr at 8:30 Monday night in the Wildcat gym. Against their Freeway League rivals, the Lancers were led by 6-foot-7 senior center Terry Mann, who had 31 points and 16 rebounds. "Mann had a great game," Sunny Hills Coach Steve White said.
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January 14, 1998 |
A one-mile stretch of San Buenaventura State Beach that was closed over the weekend due to a sewage spill could reopen today, according to the County Environmental Health Department. "We've been testing the water, and the bacteria levels have been dropping," said Elizabeth Huff, community services manager. The spill occurred at about 10 a.m. Saturday, when a broken sewage pipe dumped about 2,000 gallons of raw waste into a stream bed that leads to the beach.
October 6, 1990 |
The Sacramento district attorney's office plans to investigate charges by Assemblyman Richard E. Floyd (D-Carson) that the California Horse Racing Board conducted secret meetings. Floyd outlined the serial telephone meetings in a letter to Steve White, Sacramento district attorney on Tuesday. "We intend to make all the inquiries into the nature of this matter," said Albert Locher, a prosecutor in the district attorney's office.
June 4, 1991 |
A former California Community Colleges official and his wife have pleaded guilty to charges that they embezzled nearly $1 million from the system, Sacramento Dist. Atty. Steve White said Monday. White said that Robert Howard, former acting dean of special services for the colleges, and his wife, Pamela, pleaded guilty to 47 counts.
December 1, 1989 |
Operation Rescue announced that it has filed a $1.98-million claim against city officials in Sacramento for damages suffered by 33 anti-abortion demonstrators who were sprayed with Mace by police during a July protest. "We want to send a message to the police departments, and to the city and county authorities of this state, that they will be held accountable for all abuses of peaceful, pro-life demonstrators," said Operation Rescue lawyer Cyrus Zal. Sacramento County Dist. Atty.
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August 5, 2002
Gates open at 11 a.m. Exhibits close at 10 p.m. Seaside Park in Ventura, 648-3376. Information: www.vcfair.org Carnival wristband: 10 rides for $10 until 8 p.m. All day: Ojai Valley Museum brings history to life 11 a.m.: Lost-wax carving, chain making until 3 p.m. Noon, 3, 6:30 p.m.: Pinki's Playhouse 1, 2, 3:30, 5, 6 p.m.: Steven Lord, guitarist and singer 1:30, 3, 4:30, 6 p.m.: Juggler Chaz Marquette 3, 4, 6, 7 p.m.: Balloon Man Skip Banks 3:30 p.m.: World Stars gymnastics 5 p.m.
April 28, 1991
I would like to correct certain facts reported in the article "Shooting Wars" by Carolyn Ramsay (Times, April 4). Steve White Productions and The Aldrich Group did not "descend" on Hudson Avenue in Hancock Park, "filling the block with trucks, trailers, film crews, generators and spotlights, infuriating neighbors" to film "What Ever Happened to Baby Jane?" as implied in the article. To the contrary, our production company approached this street six weeks prior to production and used the residents' ideas on how to accomplish this lengthy filming (13 days)