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January 3, 1998 | From Associated Press
Suzanne King, her Olympic berth already secure, collected a $10,000 bonus Friday by winning a two-day cross-country ski race and becoming the only double winner in the U.S. Ski Team Olympic trials. King, who opened the cross-country competition Tuesday by winning the 15-kilometer freestyle race, capped a big week with the best overall time in an event made up of Thursday's 5K classic and Friday's 10K freestyle pursuit.
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January 3, 1998 | From Associated Press
Suzanne King, her Olympic berth already secure, collected a $10,000 bonus Friday by winning a two-day cross-country ski race and becoming the only double winner in the U.S. Ski Team Olympic trials. King, who opened the cross-country competition Tuesday by winning the 15-kilometer freestyle race, capped a big week with the best overall time in an event made up of Thursday's 5K classic and Friday's 10K freestyle pursuit.
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August 28, 2010 | By Carol J. Williams, Los Angeles Times
Tambry Young and Suzanne King have traveled across the nation seeking marriage equality. They were wed last November in Massachusetts, one of five states that allow same-sex couples to marry. They recently visited Washington D.C., which recognizes their union. Now the couple — who have been together for nearly 30 years — are looking to California to help pave the way toward legalizing their union in their home state, Hawaii. Young and King joined five other gay and lesbian couples in Hawaii last month and filed suit against Gov. Linda Lingle after she vetoed legislation approved earlier this year that would have allowed same-sex civil unions.
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January 4, 1998 | From Associated Press
Picabo Street is very well known, but who is Scott Montalbo? For the record, he's a 20-year-old development skier from Girdwood, Alaska, who is $5,000 richer after grabbing a share of first place in a Dash for Cash Alpine race that wrapped up the U.S. Ski Team Olympic trials at Lake Placid, N.Y.
HEALTH
July 19, 2004 | Kelly Young, Times Staff Writer
When freezing rain fell on Quebec in January 1998, about 1.5 million people lost electricity, businesses closed for weeks and people in the Canadian province fell into various stages of anxiety and despair. Six years later, Canadian researchers found some unlikely victims of the region's worst ice storm in decades -- children who weren't yet born.
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December 31, 1997 | From Staff and Wire Reports
Two star Cuban baseball players, including the half-brother of World Series most valuable player Livan Hernandez of the Florida Marlins, made their escape from Cuba and were being held Tuesday at a refugee camp in the Bahamas. Pitcher Orlando Hernandez, 28, the older half-brother of the Marlin rookie pitcher, and catcher Alberto Hernandez, 26, who is not related to Livan and Orlando, were among eight Cubans picked up Sunday in a raft in the Bahamas, on a direct route from Cuba to Miami.
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January 12, 1997 | From Staff and Wire Reports
Playing partners Karrie Webb and Annika Sorenstam exchanged the lead four times Saturday before finishing the third round tied at 10-under par 206 in the season-opening LPGA Tournament of Champions at Weston, Fla. Webb and Sorenstam will be paired again today for the final round. "I get inspired playing with her," Sorenstam said. "She hits every shot solid, and I think I play better when I'm playing with somebody who hits shots like she does." Sorenstam shot a 68 and Webb a 69 on Saturday.
ENTERTAINMENT
April 23, 2014 | By Susan King
Albert Dupontel is a popular French comedy actor and film director whose heroes are Charlie Chaplin and "Monty Python's Flying Circus. " Katell Quillévéré, one of the France's up-and-coming filmmakers, lists among her influences Douglas Sirk and John Cassavetes. Dupontel and Quillévéré are making their first appearance at the City of Lights, City of Angels film festival, which will showcase the diversity of contemporary French cinema at the Directors Guild of America in Los Angeles through Monday.
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