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David Dreier

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  • Opening day at Santa Anita

     
    Nearly 35,000 people turned up for the opening of Santa Anita Park, filling the grandstands and packing the popular Front Runner restaurant. Still others watched from the exclusive Director's Room, which is reserved for invited guests and where the dress....
  • A new push to preserve more of the San Gabriel Mountains

     
    The river ripples cold around his waders as Bill Reeves casts a dry fly onto a pool edged with alders on the bottom of a canyon deep in the San Gabriel Mountains. Reeves, 69, who first fished this stretch of......
  • A political lesson from the fire lines

    A political lesson from the fire lines
    Fire exploded last week across Southern California, from the apple orchards of Oak Glen to the enclaves of Tujunga. As fire does, it ravaged acreage -- more than 154,000 acres in Los Angeles County alone by early Saturday -- and lives. Two firefighters...
  • Letters to the editor

    Gay marriage on trial Re “Iowa’s OK of gay marriage could bolster Prop. 8 foes,” April 4 The Times' article regarding the legalization of gay marriage in Iowa is excellent reporting, but it is crucial we remain careful going forward...
  • Prayer and the San Gabriel Mountains

     
    The idyllic sounds of rustling leaves and cascading snowmelt mixed with Scripture readings Saturday morning during a pre-Easter service held in a shady Angeles National Forest glen overlooking the east fork of the San Gabriel River. About 35 worshipers...
  • A Schwarzenegger retort to California's congressional delegation

     
    Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger, in a tiff with the state’s congressional delegation over his request for more federal aid, threw the lawmakers' own words back at them in a letter today – though some of the words were uttered seven years......
  • Supervisor calls for federal probe of Station fire operations after Times report raises questions

     
    Los Angeles County Supervisor Michael Antonovich has called for a congressional inquiry into the U.S. Forest Service’s response to the Station fire in the wake of a Times report that a heavy attack with water-dropping aircraft was canceled on the......
  • Mayor's effort to fast-track Westside subway faces challenge

     
    Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa???s efforts to fast-track the long-stalled Westside subway faced a challenge Tuesday when a bipartisan group of congressional representatives said the current plan is unlikely to get immediate federal funding. Villaraigosa has...
  • Religious group pushes to protect San Gabriel Mountains

     
    An activist religious group has joined the effort to designate the San Gabriel Mountains as a national recreational area eligible for additional federal resources including law enforcement personnel, interpretive signs and hiking trails. The group,...