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December 4, 1997 | KATHRYN BOLD, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
A few years ago, Veronica Kay and her family were depending on food donations from friends. Now the Newport Harbor High junior turns down $1,600-a-day modeling jobs to go surfing. At 16, Veronica is not only pretty enough to model bikinis and board shorts for clothing companies such as Roxy, the hot juniors line from Costa Mesa-based Quiksilver, but she's also a champion surfer. Her face has appeared in national magazines, including Seventeen and Surfer.
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December 4, 1997 | KATHRYN BOLD, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
A few years ago, Veronica Kay and her family were depending on food donations from friends. Now the Newport Harbor High junior turns down $1,600-a-day modeling jobs to go surfing. At 16, Veronica is not only pretty enough to model bikinis and board shorts for clothing companies such as Roxy, the hot juniors line from Costa Mesa-based Quiksilver, but she's also a champion surfer. Her face has appeared in national magazines, including Seventeen and Surfer.
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November 20, 1997 | KATHRYN BOLD, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
A few years ago, Veronica Kay and her family received food donations from friends. Now the Newport Harbor High junior turns down $1,600-a-day modeling jobs to go surfing. At 16, Veronica is not only pretty enough to model bikinis and board shorts for clothing companies such as Roxy, the hot juniors line from Costa Mesa-based Quiksilver, but she's also a champion surfer. Photographs of her have run in national magazines, including Seventeen and Surfer.
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November 20, 1997 | KATHRYN BOLD, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
A few years ago, Veronica Kay and her family received food donations from friends. Now the Newport Harbor High junior turns down $1,600-a-day modeling jobs to go surfing. At 16, Veronica is not only pretty enough to model bikinis and board shorts for clothing companies such as Roxy, the hot juniors line from Costa Mesa-based Quiksilver, but she's also a champion surfer. Photographs of her have run in national magazines, including Seventeen and Surfer.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
November 18, 1986 | DAVID REYES and MARK LANDSBAUM, Times Staff Writers
James Gregory Marlow, a suspect in two recent Southern California kidnap-murders, was arrested at least 12 times between 1978 to 1982 in connection with offenses that included theft of a police car, burglary and possession of marijuana, according to Virgil Gibson, sheriff of McCreary County, Ky. Marlow and a companion, Cynthia Lynn Coffman, 24, were arrested Friday on suspicion of last week's kidnaping and strangulation slaying of Lynel Murray, 19, of Huntington Beach and the Nov.
ENTERTAINMENT
June 18, 2003 | Josh Friedman, Times Staff Writer
Outsurf. Outparty. Outpose. From producer Mark Burnett, the "reality TV" kahuna behind "Survivor," comes the unscripted "Boarding House: North Shore," a six-part glimpse into the surfing culture premiering tonight at 8 on the WB. The premise: Seven world-class surfers are rivals in the ocean but roommates on land, staying at an opulent beach house on Oahu's North Shore while they compete in the Vans Triple Crown of Surfing.
SPORTS
August 9, 2003 | Gary Klein, Times Staff Writer
Several members of USC's heralded recruiting class have made their presence felt through the first three days of training camp, though none has performed as smoothly as wide receiver Steve Smith. Smith, from Woodland Hills Taft High, is competing to fill the void left by Kareem Kelly, USC's all-time receiving leader. Lane Kiffin, USC's receivers coach, said Smith "has slid right in" and is far ahead of where record-setting receiver Mike Williams was at the same point last year.
SPORTS
June 18, 2003 | John Weyler
Holly Beck, one of the stars of "Boarding House: North Shore," a reality series that follows seven surfers who live together as they compete in the season-ending Triple Crown contests in Hawaii, found out that reality -- selective reality, at least -- can be twisted and spun. Her tiffs with housemate Veronica Kay, a former high school champion who is a model for Roxy surfwear, all will make it to the air in the six hour-long shows that begin at 8 tonight on the WB network.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
July 30, 2004 | David Reyes, Times Staff Writer
One town, one street, two surfboard shops. In what has become an annual rivalry between a pair of Main Street surfboard shops in Huntington Beach, a group of old-time surfers was inducted Thursday morning into the Walk of Fame. Today, some of the same crew will stroll across the bustling beachfront street to be inducted into the Surfing Hall of Fame. The ceremonies, which occur each year during the U.S.
NEWS
November 16, 1986 | STEVE EMMONS and ROXANA KOPETMAN, Times Staff Writers
A transient suspected of killing a Huntington Beach woman led police Saturday to the shallow grave of a Redlands woman--the second victim of "premeditated, cold, calculated" crimes that may be part of a series of killings, police said. Redlands Police Chief Robert Brickley said the transient and her boyfriend--Cynthia Lynn Coffman, 24, and James Gregory Marlow, 30--had driven through southern Orange County a week ago "scouting" for victims and were about to travel to Phoenix, Ariz.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
November 17, 1986 | BILL BILLITER and JERRY HICKS, Times Staff Writers
Kentucky law officials said Sunday that a suspect in the strangulation slayings of two young Southern California women is from a small town in eastern Kentucky and has a police record for theft. Kentucky officers, however, said they had nothing to link the suspect, James Gregory Marlow, 30, and his alleged accomplice, Cynthia Lynn Coffman, 24, to any unsolved murder in Kentucky.
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