Posts Tagged ‘sierra’

High school boys’ basketball: Thursday’s Southern Section quarterfinal results and semifinal pairings

SOUTHERN SECTION BOYS’ BASKETBALL OPEN DIVISION Pool play Friday, 7 p.m. POOL A #4 Rancho Verde (1-1) at #1 Rancho Christian (1-1) #8 Bishop Montgomery (1-1) at #5 Etiwanda (1-1) POOL B #3 Corona Centennial (1-1) at #2 Sierra Canyon (2-0) #7 Mater Dei (1-1) at #6 St.

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High school boys’ basketball: Southern Section playoff schedule

OPEN DIVISION Pool play Tuesday, 7 p.m.

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High school girls’ basketball: Southern Section playoff result and pairings

OPEN DIVISION Pool play Wednesday, 7 p.m.

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Evan Metropoulos shaves $10 million more off unfinished WeHo penthouse

Evan Metropoulos’s unfinished penthouse is a tougher sell than expected. Last spring, the businessman listed the double-unit condo atop West Hollywood’s Sierra Towers for $58 million before trimming the price to $48.8 million last summer.

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Gran tormenta golpeará la Sierra, creando condiciones de ventisca en los resorts y parques nacionales

Una poderosa tormenta de nieve que podría traer hasta 5 pies de nieve se dirige a la Sierra Nevada el miércoles por la noche, y se espera que afecte con especial dureza a mayores altitudes, desde los parques nacionales de Lassen y Kings Canyon, en el oeste, hasta Mammoth Lakes y la zona más grande…

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Gavin Newsom needs a plan for California’s endangered water supply

California’s water supply is now inextricably tied up with climate change. In a warming world, nature has already brought smaller Sierra snowpacks and less predictable precipitation patterns, with periods both of drought and of flooding. Gov.

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In a town of unanswered questions, Paradise tries to imagine its future

Rain was falling as evacuees returned to their beloved town in the Sierra Nevada foothills.

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Sierra Nevada snowpack on track to shrink up to 79% by the end of the century, new study finds

The snow season, which started this month, is off to a good start. A series of December storms covered the Sierra Nevada with heavy snow, leaving the snowpack at 106% of average, according to the state’s snow survey. But a new study suggests that Californians won’t always be able to rely on melting…

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A wet start to winter brings piles of snow to California mountains and high hopes for water supply

In a good sign for California’s water supply, the Sierra Nevada has been blanketed by heavy snow thanks to a series of recent storms. The snowpack measured 106% of average, according to the state’s snow survey taken late last week. That’s more than double the 47% of average measured on the same..

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Graffiti including swastikas, N-word and threats scrawled in bathroom at Cal State Northridge

Anti-Semitic and racist messages and threats scrawled in black marker in a building at Cal State Northridge on Wednesday prompted campus police to boost patrols. The graffiti was reported about 4:45 p.m. inside a men’s restroom on the third floor of Sierra Hall.

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