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February 21, 2003 | From Times Wire Reports
A fight between a consumer activist and a newspaper reporter ended after they placed each other under citizen's arrest. Police Chief Chris Gallagher said the fight broke out at a Lassen Municipal Utility District meeting this week. William Noonberg, a reporter for the Lassen County Times, and James Forbes, a spokesman for a consumer advocacy group, made citizen's arrests of each other Both men told police they had been punched or pushed by the other. Officers issued battery citations to both.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
February 21, 2003 | From Times Wire Reports
A fight between a consumer activist and a newspaper reporter ended after they placed each other under citizen's arrest. Police Chief Chris Gallagher said the fight broke out at a Lassen Municipal Utility District meeting this week. William Noonberg, a reporter for the Lassen County Times, and James Forbes, a spokesman for a consumer advocacy group, made citizen's arrests of each other Both men told police they had been punched or pushed by the other. Officers issued battery citations to both.
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BUSINESS
February 19, 1991 | DANIEL AKST
At nightfall, this picturesque town near the meeting of the Cascade and Sierra Nevada mountains gets people choked up, but not with emotion. The culprit is wood stoves. After work, folks like to build a nice, cozy fire. On Main Street the smoke is thick enough to suggest an antique steel mill lurking around some corner. The roads are a more immediate danger than air quality. The rate of auto fatalities here in sparsely populated Lassen County is almost triple the statewide average.
BUSINESS
February 19, 1991 | DANIEL AKST
At nightfall, this picturesque town near the meeting of the Cascade and Sierra Nevada mountains gets people choked up, but not with emotion. The culprit is wood stoves. After work, folks like to build a nice, cozy fire. On Main Street the smoke is thick enough to suggest an antique steel mill lurking around some corner. The roads are a more immediate danger than air quality. The rate of auto fatalities here in sparsely populated Lassen County is almost triple the statewide average.
NEWS
July 1, 1990 | LEE MAY, TIMES STAFF WRITER
When Hampton got its incinerator plant in the mid-1980s, residents welcomed the big green facility on the outskirts of town as a friendly beast that would eat up tons of garbage and save space in the local landfill. Three years ago, the plant operators, citing a need for more revenue, decided to burn medical waste in addition to the municipal refuse.
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April 16, 2000
This list of visitor information offices, edited by the Times for space, was provided in part by the California Division of Tourism in Sacramento. Amador County Chamber of Commerce, P.O. Box 596, Jackson, CA 95642; telephone (800) 649-4988 or (209) 223-0350, fax (209) 223-4425, www.amadorcountychamber.com. Anaheim/Orange County Visitor & Convention Bureau, P.O. Box 4270, Anaheim, CA 92803; tel. (714) 765-8888, fax (714) 765-8861, www.anaheimoc.org.
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April 18, 1999
The following list of local visitors offices, edited by The Times for space, was provided by the California Department of Tourism in Sacramento. Amador County Chamber of Commerce, 125 Peak St., Suite B, Jackson, CA 95642; telephone (209) 223-0350, fax (209) 223-4425. Anaheim/Orange County Visitor and Convention Bureau, P.O. Box 4072, Anaheim, CA 92803; tel. (714) 765-8853, fax (714) 765-8861. Greater Bakersfield Convention and Visitors Bureau, 1325 P St., Bakersfield, CA 93701; tel.
NEWS
July 1, 1990 | LEE MAY, TIMES STAFF WRITER
When Hampton got its incinerator plant in the mid-1980s, residents welcomed the big green facility on the outskirts of town as a friendly beast that would eat up tons of garbage and save space in the local landfill. Three years ago, the plant operators, citing a need for more revenue, decided to burn medical waste in addition to the municipal refuse.
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