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November 17, 2000 | MARTIN HENDERSON
7:30 TONIGHT TUSTIN HIGH This is the best defense Myron Miller has had while coaching at Tustin, and when the rivals met in the season opener, that defense shut out Foothill, 6-0. With the emergence of running back Mike Liti and comfort in the new scheme, Foothill's offense has gotten much better. But can they outscore Tustin? That's ultimately the question, because it's unlikely Tustin will be held to one touchdown again.
November 24, 2000 | MARTIN HENDERSON
7:30 TONIGHT GLOVER STADIUM Injuries are hurting Loara, the Empire League champion. Running back Billy Chavez is out with a broken collarbone, and defensive end Sam Tewell was stabbed in an off-campus incident. Junior Sam Wiecks, who had only 20 carries for 158 yards during the regular season, will replace Chavez, who finished with 1,445 yards and 17 touchdowns. Even receiver Rudy Acosta might be in the backfield.
February 14, 1995
AMDL Inc., a biotechnology company in Pasadena, said Monday it is moving its headquarters to Orange County next Monday. Company spokesman Charles Versaggi said the decision to move to Tustin was based on economics. "They needed to move into a bigger space and they got a good deal in Tustin," he said. Versaggi added that the company needed to increase the size of its facility to more than 5,000 square feet.
April 19, 1989
Paul F. Crouch, founder and president of Tustin-based Trinity Broadcasting Network, was among 16 evangelical leaders who met with President Bush on Tuesday. The religious leaders requested the meeting because of what one called a "crisis of confidence" following Bush's statements last month indicating he opposes tuition tax credits for parents of private school students. Bush assured them he still favors the tax credits, adding, however, that because of budget restraints he is unable to push for them now, the White House said.
November 8, 1987
Ricoh Development of California, manufacturers of copiers and camera equipment, has purchased the 14-acre, two-building Freeway Technology Center in Tustin for $17.35 million. The previous owner and the developer was O'Donnell, Armstrong, Brigham & Partners, Costa Mesa. Ricoh, which has been operating in several facilities in the Irvine Business Complex, is expected to add 600 new employees after it takes occupancy of its new quarters early next year. Collins Fuller Corp.
April 14, 2002
Re "End the Tustin Base Dispute," Editorial, March 31: Your editorial made some excellent points. Valuable time and money have been spent and wasted as this dispute drags on. Attorney fees and time spent by the Santa Ana Unified School District personnel on trying to get clean land for schools will be seen as well spent once this situation is settled. Santa Ana Unified needs the good, clean land on the base. Prevention is better than demolition. The moral and fiduciary responsibility the district board has to its residents and students is to assure to the best of their knowledge that schools and playgrounds are safe.
December 6, 1986 | PATRICK MOTT
Monday through Saturday the thin strip of grass in front of the San Remo Italian Market in Tustin looks like nothing more than a planter for a pair of spreading sycamore trees. But on most Sundays it becomes the airiest jazz club in Orange County. It's then that Joe Massimino, co-owner of the market, breaks out his electric piano, calls in a few of his musical colleagues and holds an afternoon-long jazz jam session, alfresco and free.
February 17, 1988
An 88-year-old woman missing from a rest home for 15 hours was found unharmed Tuesday morning in a grassy gulch watching cars on the Santa Ana Freeway, authorities said. Bertha Hayward was discovered at 8 a.m. near the intersection of El Camino Real and Browning Avenue by Tustin Police Officer Clark Galliher. "The only way we found her is he had a hunch and walked down a little dirt path and saw her sitting there," Police Lt. Chuck Crane said. "She was completely hidden from view."
May 24, 1990 | SHANNON SANDS
Tustin post office employees raised $3,300 for the De La Riva family, whose 4-year-old son died in a fire at their home this month, by holding a bake sale in the parking lot Tuesday. The community has rallied to support the family since the fatal fire, which also destroyed all their belongings. "The public was amazing," said Erla Sine, a postal clerk who helped coordinate the bake sale.
February 25, 1992 | TOM McQUEENEY
Members of Irvine ReLeaf, a community group that plants trees to help beautify public property, will branch into Tustin on March 7 to place 130 trees at C.E. Utt Middle School. The school will be the sixth site planted by the group since it formed in the summer of 1990. Volunteers from the school and community will plant the trees, assisted by Irvine ReLeaf members and Clay Martin, Irvine's urban forester.
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