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California asparagus sees late start but a quality boost following rains

Fresh Plaza 30 Mar 2023
“We’re doing our first cuttings now with Coastal View Produce in Gonzalez, California, an Earl’s Organic exclusive ... While the recent California rains contributed to the later start to the season, it has helped with quality ... After California, production moves north throughout the U.S.

Former Redondo Beach man gets 27-year sentence for sexually abusing vulnerable girls, encouraging acts of ...

Daily Breeze 29 Mar 2023
He has remained in federal custody in California ... Additionally, Locher convinced a 12-year-old to run away from her home in Ohio and come to California to engage in sexual activities with him ... The victim began a trip to California and set her parents’ house on fire, but she was unsuccessful in killing her parents.

U.S. Naval Oceanography to visit California State University Monterey Bay

Monterey Herald 29 Mar 2023
The U.S. Naval Meteorology and Oceanography Command will visit California State University Monterey Bay Tuesday to recruit science, technology, engineering and mathematics students ... “This is why we chose CSUMB to directly recruit from its pool of skilled STEM students.”.

Former TOPGUN leader tabbed as Naval Air Forces commander

Nevada Appeal 28 Mar 2023
A former commander at the Naval Aviation Warfighting Development Center (NAWDC) will lead Naval Air Forces pending U.S ... Cheever also will become the commander of Naval Air Force, U.S ... Cheever, a native of Downers Grove, Illinois, spent two tours in Fallon before assuming command of NAWDC.

Vietnam vets reflect on war as 50th anniversary is marked

Boston Herald 28 Mar 2023
Eric Jensen raises a large American flag on a tall pole secured with an anchor in front of his Laguna Beach home in California ... Marcello, 79, of Walnut, California, is receiving 100% disability benefits because of his exposure and, like Jensen and Yost, has been diagnosed with PTSD.

Washington’s chronic disinterest in conflict exit strategies doesn’t bode well for Ukraine

Russia Today 26 Mar 2023
Retired four-star US Army General Wesley Clark, the former commander of NATO allied operations, told the Commonwealth Club of California in 2007 that the US reaction to 9/11 was a “a policy coup” in which “some hard-nosed people took over the direction of American policy, and they never bothered to inform the rest of us.” ... .

Beaumont police bring search dogs to area on side of highway in case of missing ...

ABC7 24 Mar 2023
BEAUMONT, Calif ... Fraise disappeared Feb ... The Beaumont Police Department had a mobile command unit out on Thrusday to search the area of Highway 79 and California Avenue in Beaumont ... She was expecting a baby boy ... .

Ukraine’s “Neo-Nazi Summer Camp”. Military Training for Young Children, Para-military Recruits

GlobalResearch 22 Mar 2023
“The CaliforniaUkraine State Partnership Program (SPP) Mission is to promote democracy, free market economies and military reform, by establishing long-term institutional affiliations The California – Ukraine partnership directly supports both the goals of the US Ambassador to Ukraine and Commander, U.S. European Command.

Sunrider International Hosts 2023 Women of Influence Event

Victoria Advocate 20 Mar 2023
Presented by the Torrance Area Chamber of Commerce, this annual event honors the achievements and leadership of women in Torrance, California, and the surrounding cities. The keynote speaker was Colonel Mia Walsh, Commander, Space Base Delta 3, Los Angeles Air Force Base, El Segundo, California ... About Sunrider International ... Tei-Fu and Oi-Lin Chen.

A teardown in this pricey California enclave has listed for $13.8M

New York Post 20 Mar 2023
More On. silicon valley. First Republic shares plunge 18% amid doubts over $30B rescue plan ... This Silicon Valley plot is commanding a higher price than many castles. In California’s Bay Area, a lot is seeking a pretty penny in a clear case of how outrageous the San Francisco market has become ... Getty Images/iStockphoto ... ....

No. 3 Cal claims 2 wins at home vs. Harvard, Indiana

Daily Californian 20 Mar 2023
From the opening whistle, the first quarter was dominated by Cal, which managed to score six unanswered goals to take a commanding 6-0 lead. Harvard’s offense struggled to find any openings against California’s tough defense, and the Bears’ offense continued to impress with its speed and precision passing ... The final score was 13-9, Cal ... .

No California salmon: Fishery to be shut down this year

Victoria Advocate 19 Mar 2023
Last year, California’s commercial and recreational fishing fleet, from the Central Coast to the Oregon border, landed about 300,000 salmon ... Kenny Belov, a wholesale fish supplier in San Francisco who bought 25,000 pounds of California Chinook last year, said no other local fish species commands more excitement than salmon.

Fort Hood commander discusses death of soldier with media

Killeen Daily Herald 18 Mar 2023
FORT HOOD — The III Corps and Fort Hood commander, Lt ... The commander would not comment on how Basalduaruiz died, citing an ongoing investigation by the U.S ... “As we speak, a team from Fort Hood is on the ground in California with Ana’s father. Ana’s battalion commander just completed an initial meeting with Mr.

Today in History: March 17, SeaWorld gives up orca breeding

ABC News 17 Mar 2023
Douglas MacArthur arrived in Australia to become supreme commander of Allied forces in the southwest Pacific theater. In 1950, scientists at the University of California at Berkeley announced they had ...

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