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Appeal-Democrat (Newspaper) - April 23, 1996, Marysville-Yuba City, California drug lab discovered in Page tests Page meat linked to the Page will have clouds and some sun. seasonably 75 51 details on 23,1996 Marysville-Yuba copy 470 + will help Yuba with Pete Wilson's signing of a pair of property tax shortfall bills Monday moved Yuba Community College a step closer to balancing its I will receive from each said Steve decreases our signed both a million property tax measure authored by Assemblyman Bruce that makes up for 1994-95 and a million sponsored by Sen. Jack that covers 1995-96. latest Yuba budget forecast projects a deficit in the million spending plan for 1995-96 with a little more than two months to hopeful that will diminish as we get closer to the end of the fiscal Epler college will take another look at the figures next said he left a voice-mail message about 9:30 a.m. Monday for Wilson that encouraged the governor to sign both bills into absolutely was the I'm quipped Epler when told of Wilson's legislation makes up for shortages in shares of property taxes actually received by colleges compared to forecasted amounts they use to prepare property taxes collected in December and April fail to live up to it leaves the state's 106 community colleges in budgetary In tight budget the Legislature sometimes has chosen to ignore the apply to run YC than 30 people want to run the Yuba City Unified School but only about 10 aspire to become principal of its only comprehensive high consultant hired to help recruit a new district superintendent received 32 applications for the job vacated early this year by Lee a good candidate to SCHOOLS twisters kill 4 50 330 driven from Ark. - Firefighters went from house to demolished house searching for more victims of tornadoes that killed four including three and smashed hundreds of just started said Leisa who rode out the storm Sunday night in her closet with a friend and the friend's 1-year-old held her and the I was just praying to God because I didn't know what else to twisters ripped through Fort Smith's historic district and the suburb of Van sweeping some houses off their before roaring on to St. a rural community 50 miles least 50 people were injured and more than 330 left troopers patrolled Fort Smith to guard against looters after five people who police said were about to start looting were arrested and charged with National Guard ordered 45 members to report for Red Cross said 636 30 apartment units and 217 businesses were Of 35 five apartments and 78 businesses were beyond Damage was put in the millions of tornadoes were part of a series of storms that moved into Arkansas from severe storms and flash floods Sunday and Monday were blamed for five traffic tornadoes touched down in McAlester on injuring nine people and damaging about 350 radio and TV reports had warned that storms Daly looks at her son's trophy on Monday that survived tornadoes that tore through the suburb of Van Buren near Fort Ark. Sunday destroying her house and sending her son to the but a tornado knocked down telephone lines that would have carried word to emergency workers to start the Fort Smith police Cpl. Tim Randolph Fort a 2-year-old girl and a 5-year-old boy were crushed to house had fallen on said Michelle a neighbor of Kyle Richard was dead blocks rows of 30-foot trees 2 feet in diameter lay across High where Angelica Marie Flemming St. where police found the bodies of a man and his 10-year-old son in the ruins of their house just disintegrated as I understand Deputy Mason man's wife was critically Their names were not immediately Fort firefighters expected their search would last into the The worst damage was in a historic district downtown where some of the buildings date to the 1800s a residential area 1 Vi miles Several buildings downtown main sewage treatment plant as Randolph were several buildings down there and they are just those killed in Oklahoma traffic accidents was Jack a 41-year-old cameraman for in He and reporter Emory Bryan were returning from an assignment Sunday when the Ford Explorer that Caster was driving slid off a highway and tumbled down an embankment Bryan suffered only minor storms hit one week after a tornado killed seven in held the I was just praying to God because know what else to out storm in air officials to discuss gas partly blamed for rising fuel prices in the state will be discussed by state Air Resources Board officials before Sutter County at 6:30 p.m. today are holding a study session to discuss reformulated fuel or cleaner burning gasoline designed to improve air analysts have also said the use of the fuel is one reason that gasoline prices have soared an average of 13 cents per gallon this just thought it would be a good idea to get things out in the said Supervisor Dick who organized the it is for public education more than it is for the Air Resources Board will make a presentation to county show a video program and take questions about reformulated There will be time for public required by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency and state Air Resources is designed to reduce emissions from all motor vehicles and gasoline sold in the state must be reformulated by officials said that additional steps to refine the fuel are required making it cost more to They predicted the gasoline may lead to 1 to 3 percent price Akin questioned the effectiveness of the move in light of a recent decision to increase the maximum speed limit from 55 65 will result in a 15 percent savings in air Akin at the same time when they increase the mileage of state they virtually wiped out that savings in cleaner We basically have a wash so that we are not cleaning up the session will be held before the Board of regular 463 Second Yuba Bombeck dies after kidney FRANCISCO - Erma the housewife whose wry take on suburban life from cleaning toilets to getting the kids to take out the trash earned her a wall of fame of yellowing columns on refrigerators across died Monday after a kidney She was 69. Bombeck taught those of us who write columns that the funniest things are the things that our readers know the best kitchens and of course fellow humor columnist Dave Barry died at a hospital in San to BOMBECK cancer and kidney 1 Freedom Newspaper Vol. 136, No. 92 1530 Ellis Lake Drive Calif. 95901 741-2345 last victim blast killed lobbyist one year - It was the size of a shoe neatly and when it arrived at timber lobbyist Gilbert Murray's workers jokingly said it looked like a was interest about the People passed it around and discussed it and actually this could be a That's just human I said Donn of the California Forestry year ago this Murray took the opened it and April 24, 1995, blast was the third and final slaying attributed to the The shadowy mail trail stretches from a Chicago parking lot to Murray's former office four blocks from the California a few blocks from Murray's office is the site where the Unabomber trail may finally come to an The federal courthouse for California's Eastern gray which has department from the lobby to the second floor and all the charm of any other 1950s-era government is a potential site for the trial of Theodore the 53-year-old hermit and former Berkeley math professor arrested at his mountain cabin in is accused of possessing bomb components but has not been charged in any Unabomber he is California officials hope to try him Two of the three Unabomber in 1985 and 1995, occurred in and two to BOMBER
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