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  • Linked Charities Bank on the Chavez Name

    Linked Charities Bank on the Chavez Name
    KEENE, Calif. — Paul Chavez lives a stone's throw from the two-bedroom home where he grew up and his mother still resides. His commute is a short walk across a bucolic compound here in the Tehachapi Mountains to the nondescript building where he...
  • Real Estate Deals Pay Off for Insiders

    The financing was set and the plans were drawn, dotted yellow lines showing just where the morning and afternoon sun would shine on the 53 homes for lower-income families. Almost a decade after the National Farm Workers Service Center had bought vacant...
  • Bright Beginning -- the cherry season's upon us

    Life is, as they say, a bowl of cherries. That's the optimist's view, of course, the idea being that there's nothing better, nothing more appealing, nothing, well, happier than a generous -- and in the most optimistic view, bottomless -- bowl of big,...
  • Bright and delicate, with a tang

    One hot, steamy afternoon in Singapore, I dropped into Bumbu, a Thai-Indonesian restaurant in an old district near the famous Sultan Mosque. I hardly noticed the charming colonial ambience of the small, dark room, nor the alluring dishes on the menu....
  • California tourist and visitor bureaus

    California tourist and visitor bureaus
    This list of visitor offices was provided largely by the California Division of Tourism. It was edited for space. More information: (800) 862-2543, http://www.visitcalifornia.com . Amador County Chamber of Commerce & Visitors Bureau, (800) 649-4988, fax...
  • Army Reserve Sgt. Regina Reali, 25, Fresno; Killed in Explosion in Iraq

    Soon after Army Reserve Sgt. Regina Reali was deployed to Iraq last summer, she began corresponding with two sixth-grade classes at Alexander Hamilton K-8 School in Fresno, where she lived. A relative, who worked at the school as an aide, had suggested...
  • Going for Broke on the Scenic Route to Tahoe

    TAHOE CITY -- The checks are in the mail. About 130 million American households have received or will receive federal tax refunds, up to $300 for individuals, $500 for single parents and $600 for couples with or without children. As the first envelopes...
  • CAN POLICE CONNECT THE CASES?

    1. Jacqueline Booth, 30, was shot in the back and killed on April 28, 1994, as she tried to shield her 1-year-old daughter in front of 47 Sumner St. 2. Elizabeth Miller, 41, was found beaten to death in an overgrown courtyard outside an abandoned...
  • Church Seeks Influence in Schools, Business, Science

    Emerging from years of internal strife and public scandal, the Scientology movement has embarked on a sweeping and sophisticated campaign to gain new influence in America. The goal is to refurbish the tarnished image of Scientology founder L. Ron Hubbard...