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April 2, 1990 | From Times staff and Wire reports
Members of the San Diego Newspaper Guild ended a bitter labor dispute with the Union-Tribune Publishing Co., voting begrudgingly to accept a new, two-year contract but saying all is not well at San Diego's two largest newspapers. Guild members voted 227 to 78 to accept the new labor package that calls, among other things, for an immediate 10% pay raise--the first pay increase for many employees since December, 1987.
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April 2, 1990 | From Times staff and Wire reports
Members of the San Diego Newspaper Guild ended a bitter labor dispute with the Union-Tribune Publishing Co., voting begrudgingly to accept a new, two-year contract but saying all is not well at San Diego's two largest newspapers. Guild members voted 227 to 78 to accept the new labor package that calls, among other things, for an immediate 10% pay raise--the first pay increase for many employees since December, 1987.
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August 16, 1992
A 23-year-old mail room clerk for the Union-Tribune Publishing Co. was killed Friday night when his motorcycle collided with a pickup truck as he was driving home, the San Diego Police Department reported. The crash occurred at 8:16 p.m.in the 700 block of Camino de la Reina. The victim was identified as David Del Toro. Police said he was on his way home from work when the oncoming pickup truck turned left in his path. He died of head injuries several hours later at Mercy Hospital.
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March 23, 1990 | From Times wire services
The Union-Tribune Publishing Co. and the bargaining committee of the San Diego Newspaper Guild Local 95 have reached a tentative agreement that could end a bitter two-year dispute. After the final language is drafted today, the bargaining committee will take the settlement, proposed by a state mediator, to its membership for a ratification vote, tentatively set for April 1. The settlement would resolve the dispute between the labor union and the Union-Tribune Publishing Co.
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December 21, 1985
The Union-Tribune Publishing Co. and the San Diego Newspaper Guild have reached a tentative agreement on a new contract, a spokesman for the guild said Friday. The proposed contract calls for a pay increase over the next three years ultimately amounting to 15.3%. If ratified at a guild membership meeting Dec. 29, the contract will cover the 1,070 employees represented by the Newspaper Guild, the spokesman said. The proposed contract also includes an additional annual holiday for employees.
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November 12, 1987
Two press room employees of the Union-Tribune Publishing Co. were arrested Wednesday after an investigation linked them to illegal drug sales at the firm's main office on Camino de la Reina in Mission Valley, Police Lt. Lou Scanlon said. James F. Larwa, 37, of El Cajon, and Susan Elaine Tilton, 26, of Spring Valley, were arrested at 9:30 a.m. on warrants issued Monday by Municipal Judge Robert J. Cooney for sales of a controlled substance, namely methamphetamine.
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January 4, 1990 | H.G. REZA, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Negotiators for the San Diego Newspaper Guild and the Union-Tribune Publishing Co. spent nearly six hours at the bargaining table Wednesday and agreed to meet again Friday in an effort to break a stalemate over a new labor contract. Wednesday's negotiating session, the first since Dec. 22, was arranged by a state mediator who has been trying to resolve the labor dispute for about a year. The mediator carried contract proposals between the two negotiating teams that remained in separate rooms.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
February 20, 1987
A judge Thursday ordered the release of 130 names of concealed-weapon permit holders to the Union-Tribune Publishing Co., which had sued Sheriff John Duffy for the information. The 130 names must be provided to the newspapers within 10 days, San Diego Superior Court Judge Richard Huffman ruled. The 130 people did not oppose release of their names in a Sheriff's Department survey of about 2,700 permit holders.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
November 27, 1990
An editorial writer for the San Diego Tribune has sued editor Neil Morgan and the company that owns the paper, the Union-Tribune Publishing Co., charging that she was sexually harassed by her former boss, paid less than male co-workers and passed over for promotion. Lynne T.
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January 31, 2008 | From Times Wire Reports
Bertram E. Winrow, 81, the former publisher of the Daily Breeze, died Monday of cancer at his home in the San Diego neighborhood of Rancho Bernardo. He was 81. As publisher of Copley Los Angeles Newspapers, Winrow oversaw the consolidation of the flagship Daily Breeze in Torrance with the Outlook in Santa Monica and the News-Pilot in San Pedro. A drive to raise advertising revenue prompted Winrow to develop a consortium with other regional papers to sell national advertising. Winrow also expanded a printing plant in Torrance to include a now-defunct insert center and circulation department.
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