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25 years ago: Becoming the West Side’s first-ever state judo champion is 8-year-old Nicole Hardgrave of Patterson. She competed last weekend in San Diego in the state championships, actually winnin...
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25 years ago a turkey was observed this week standing in the middle of the Highway 33 and Las Palmas intersection.
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100 years ago: A man who came here from San Francisco to relieve Irrigator editor Elwyn Hoffman while the latter went on vacation for a month has been committed to a Stockton hospital. The court or...
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50 years ago—Irrigator Co-Publisher Ron Swift, wife Kay and son Mike have returned from a trip to his native Iowa. It was the first time any of them had flown.
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25 years ago – July 12, 1989: One in five respondents to the city’s growth survey prepared and run in this newspaper indicate they favor growth to 20,000-plus.
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100 years ago: Patterson has another new enterprise—the raising of Belgian hares for market. The owner is H.E. Spencer, known as the Rabbit Man.
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25 years ago - June 22, 1989 This year’s Apricot Fiesta, buoyed by a large crowd, ran well into the black, Fiesta President Mike Azevedo reports. The Lions Club served 3,350 plates of chicken in th...
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25 years ago – June 15, 1989 After 28 years on the faculty at Northmead School, teacher Wilda Taylor has retired. Mobile and sidewalk food vendors will from now on acquire permits from the city. Un...
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25 years ago – June 8, 1989 Jacqueline Quiroba is the new Miss Patterson, having been crowned at last weekend’s Apricot Fiesta. Patterson High’s 75th graduating class is headed by valedictorian Gre...
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25 years ago – June 1, 1989 Frank Duran and Wendy Washburn have been honored as Patterson High’s Trans Valley League senior scholar athletes. In addition Washburn has been named to the all-league s...
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25 years ago – May 25, 1989 The city is considering additional traffic control at the intersection of Sperry and Del Puerto avenues. Presently only a flashing red light stops traffic on Del Puerto....
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25 years ago – May 11, 1989 Patterson’s population grew 12.78 percent in 1988, making it the second faster growing city in Stanislaus County. Its unofficial population is listed as 7,574. Only Cere...
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