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January 1, 1988
Nine victims of one of America's worst mass slayings were buried, including four members of a young family remembered as gentle people whose faith helped ease the burdens of others. Dennis McNulty, Sheila Simmons McNulty and her two children were found dead Monday at the home of her father, R. Gene Simmons Sr. near Dover, Ark., where they had gone for a holiday visit.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
December 27, 1998
As our economy continues to race forward, we should never lose sight of the speed bumps along the way. Despite the historic restructuring and transition from a local to a national to a global economy, the journey during the last few years has not been uneventful. National economies have nearly collapsed, sending shock waves through international markets. It is safe to say that the past may foretell the future. Although everyone agrees that economic growth is necessary, if it is not balanced in a responsible way or if reactionary "fixes" are applied, the consequences will be profound.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
February 24, 1991 | GEBE MARTINEZ, TIMES STAFF WRITER
At first glance, the 10 candidates running for the City Council in the proposed city of Laguna Hills seem to espouse the same conservative philosophies about how to run a new city government. Phrases such as "fiscal conservative" and "families and children" roll off their tongues easily as they describe the basic services and bare-bones budgets they would manage if elected.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
February 24, 1991 | GEBE MARTINEZ, TIMES STAFF WRITER
At first glance, the 10 candidates running for the City Council in the proposed city of Laguna Hills seem to espouse the same conservative philosophies about how to run a new city government. Phrases such as "fiscal conservative" and "families and children" roll off their tongues easily as they describe the basic services and bare-bones budgets they would manage if elected.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
December 27, 1998
As our economy continues to race forward, we should never lose sight of the speed bumps along the way. Despite the historic restructuring and transition from a local to a national to a global economy, the journey during the last few years has not been uneventful. National economies have nearly collapsed, sending shock waves through international markets. It is safe to say that the past may foretell the future. Although everyone agrees that economic growth is necessary, if it is not balanced in a responsible way or if reactionary "fixes" are applied, the consequences will be profound.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
August 15, 2002 | From Staff and Wire Reports
A Wyoming man arrested after airport security screeners found a loaded handgun in his carry-on luggage was being held in Santa Clara County jail. William Simmons, 57, was arrested about 2:45 p.m. Tuesday at Mineta San Jose International Airport after a screener found the gun in his luggage and notified police.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
December 3, 2003 | From Times Staff and Wire Reports
A $25,000 reward was offered Tuesday for the killer of a 17-year-old boy. Police and relatives held a news conference near Western and Vernon avenues, where Donovan William Simmons was killed, to announce the reward. Simmons was sitting on a guardrail at a gas station about noon on March 31 when someone in a passing car shot him. The Los Angeles Police Department is asking anyone with information to call Dets. Rocky Sato or C. Adams at (213) 485-4175 or, after hours, at (877) 529-3855.
BOOKS
July 15, 1990
President Bush refers to Senator-cum-Cultural Fuhrer Jesse Helms as "a man of vision (July 2). I guess it just goes to show that one man's vision is another man's nightmare. WILLIAM S. SIMMONS Los Angeles
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
September 4, 1990
Did anyone but me notice that of the 11 bills pending in Sacramento that would benefit beleaguered consumers (Part A, Aug. 31), not a single bill was sponsored by a Republican legislator? Just asking. WILLIAM S. SIMMONS Los Angeles
NEWS
January 1, 1988
Nine victims of one of America's worst mass slayings were buried, including four members of a young family remembered as gentle people whose faith helped ease the burdens of others. Dennis McNulty, Sheila Simmons McNulty and her two children were found dead Monday at the home of her father, R. Gene Simmons Sr. near Dover, Ark., where they had gone for a holiday visit.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
August 3, 1997
The Ventura County Economic Development Assn. presented four annual awards during a recent ceremony. The Carl F. Lowthorp Golden Eagle Award was given to Santa Paula resident William Simmons, president of I PRISE Communications, honoring his commitment to community partnership activities. The Dr. James Cowan Award of Excellence in Education went to Camarillo resident Phil Palbaum for his development and coordination of Impact II, a business education program.
NEWS
July 10, 1988 | United Press International
A former judge once removed from the bench and disbarred for reducing a young woman's traffic citation has been banned from practicing law after giving two half-gallon bottles of whiskey to an alcoholic who was to testify against him in a property dispute. The latest expulsion for William Simmons, 60, stemmed from a 1986 trial in Snohomish County in which he was defending his ownership of land.
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