Stories for January 1985

Thursday, January 31

The Mystery of the Putnam Sisters

Amy, Anne, and Irene. “If anyone tells you they knew them, they’re lying,” one longtime San Diegan says, when asked about the late Putnam sisters. The wealthy, reclusive spinsters went to and from their Hillcrest ...

Thursday, January 24

Diary of Despair

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Looking Into Outsiders

The street-level penetration of USA Today into the San Diego market, which began two years ago and now includes 2000 coin boxes countywide, has prompted a number of other out-of-town dailies to try similar tactics ...

Thursday, January 17

Deep, Blue & Dangerous

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The I-8 and I-5 Interchange

Dear Matthew Alice: When the state/Caltrans built the O.B. Freeway, why didn't they put a ramp from Ocean Beach I-8 east to I-5 north? Sea World Drive is a pain! Brad Cronk Ocean Beach You're ...

Thursday, January 10

Crime Visits Balboa Park

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One Veggie Combo To Go

From the time the Prophet International Vegetarian Restaurant opened in 1971 until just recently, the East San Diego eatery served as the mainstay of San Diego's health food crowd. Vegetarians and health food aficionados from ...

It's Hard to Let Go

Two years ago Oceanside Blade-Tribune publisher Tom Missett filed suit against the City of Oceanside for refusing to release police documents regarding the closed investigation of student/teacher indiscretions at Oceanside High. Superior Court Judge Larry ...

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