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Daily Journal
If you look at the Big Ten leaders in tackles for the season, you’ll spot two Nebraska inside linebackers near the top of the list.
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CBS Los Angeles on MSN.com
One of the first Apple-1 computers will go up for auction next Tuesday. (credit: CBSLA) The 45-year-old tech relic is expected to be sold for anywhere from $400,000 to $600,000. The computer was hand-built in the garage of Steve Jobs and Steve Wozniak back in 1976.
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Rancho Cucamonga ~ Computer ~ Apple I
Inland Valley Daily Bulletin
An electronics professor bought the Apple-1 for $645 in 1977. Now a Monrovia auction house says it’s valued up to $600,000.
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San Fernando Valley Sun
Diana Najar always felt she took good care of herself. The 47-year-old Sylmar resident worked in the health profession as a surgical assistant, and maintained a level of fitness by […]
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DeviantArt
Lake Don Pedro is a reservoir, created 1923 and expanded in 1967. So the question I’m wondering, of course, who is Don Pedro? Well he was French. Bet you didn’t see that coming. Pierre Sainsevain came to California from Bordeaux in 1836 to go and visit the wrath of God upon the French appellations by developing California as wine growing territory.
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Sacramento Bee on MSN.com
California Treasurer Fiona Ma has raised more than $50,000 for her legal defense against a lawsuit that alleges she sexually harassed an employee, campaign finance filings show. Ma, who is being sued as both an individual and a state official,
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Fiona Ma ~ California State Treasurer ~ Harassment in the United Kingdom
The Press-Enterprise
Also, find out which Inland Empire breweries (and a meadery) won awards at the San Diego International Beer Competition.
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WSJM
ABC/Craig Sjodin The Bachelorette continued Tuesday with Michelle Young and her suitors dealing with the aftermath of Jamie‘s rumor about her having a previous relationship with Joe. Rick, a 32-year-old medical sales rep from Los Angeles,
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The Press-Enterprise
A bill would rename the facility on Town and Country Drive for the Norco High graduate who was killed in Afghanistan
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SCV News
A total of six Santa Clarita Valley varsity football teams are heading to the playoffs this year, giving each a chance to win out their division and take home their respective section championship trophy.
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San Gabriel Valley Tribune
He would make a film, he had decided, on the unusual and very entertaining world of – this is not a joke! – competitive table-setting. In search of relief from the triple-digit heat, Gawlik had ducked into the shade of Culinary Arts Building and a room filled with elaborately decorated tables.
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Positive Feedback Online
RSX Tech announced today that it is now wholly owned by designer/co-founder Roger Skoff. This change and company restructuring follows the passing of Skoff’s long-time friend and partner, Dr. Arnold I.
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Positive Feedback Online
Roger Skoff, Owner/Designer of RSX Tech, a fast-growing new High-End cable manufacturer, announced today that AV Luxury Group, International has been appointed exclusive US Distributor for all RSX products.
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al.com
The Bachelorette” with Michelle Young is back for episode 3 of Season 18 on Tuesday, Nov. 2. The show will be live streamed on fuboTV. As a refresher, Young, 28, is a former Division I basketball player,
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Inland Valley Daily Bulletin
The Rancho Cucamonga Chamber of Commerce will host its annual Vintners’ Celebration 6 p.m. Friday, Nov. 5, at the Ontario Convention Center. The event is a celebration of Rancho Cucamonga’s wine-producing heritage,
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San Gabriel Valley Tribune
He would make a film, he had decided, on the unusual and very entertaining world of – this is not a joke! – competitive table-setting. In search of relief from the triple-digit heat, Gawlik had ducked into the air-conditioned Culinary Arts Building and a room filled with elaborately decorated tables.
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