June 30, 2005 RSS feed / Front Page

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Health & Wellness

Need root canal therapy? See an endodontist

Root canal treatment, one of the most feared dental procedures, is enjoying a more positive reputation among patients these days. If you, like many people, think a root canal means hours of anguish in your dentist More...

Volunteer support important to hospice

Haven Buena Vista Hospice Care, Inc. in Westlake Village uses volunteers as an important part of the multidisciplinary health team to enhance the patient More...

Sports

Conejo Valley women throw on the gloves for fitness

Note of caution to all husbands and boyfriends: Next time you leave that seat up in the middle of the night, you might be in bigger trouble than you think. More...

Thousand Oaks names Frank Mutz its new head baseball coach

Former Oaks Christian coach now to lead the Lancers

As Frank Mutz takes the reins as head baseball coach at Thousand Oaks High, he doesn More...

Westlake club hosting annual national event

Are you one of those people who think life begins at 40? If so, get down to the Westlake Tennis and Swim Club (WTSC) this weekend for an always helpful reassurance of your beliefs. More...

Faith

Church to host patriotic concert

Christian Church of the Hills will present a patriotic Concert in the Park to honor God and country during the 11 a.m. outdoor service Sun., June 26 in Chumash Park, Agoura Hills. More...

Hadassah honors local resident

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School names new PFA leader

Ben Hernandez has been named the new Parent Faculty Association (PFA) president for 2005-06 at Hillcrest Christian School in Thousand Oaks. Hernandez previously served on the school More...

Letters

Accepts only biblical definition of marriage

I was taken back by your comments about Christians and others who are trying to protect the God-given union between one man and one woman. More...

Has heard enough from Debbie Gregory

The public comments at the Thousand Oaks City Council meeting that aired on Tues., June More...

Denies he wrote the letter

Miriam Albert: Your letter of June 23 was full of misinformation. I didn More...

Editorials

Another celebrity opens his mouth once too often

Tom Cruise is a perfect example of why some people love to hate celebrities. More...

Fireworks arrive early as school board looks at marriage

Ninth-grade health textbooks in Conejo Valley Unified School District (CVUSD) will define marriage as an agreement of partners More...

City council approves zone change for Los Robles site

A two-story medical building and multilevel parking garage may be built in the Los Robles Medical Office complex adjacent to Los Robles Regional Medical Center in Thousand Oaks. More...

Construction resumes after red-tailed hawks fly away

A nest of three young redtailed hawks flew the coop last week, allowing construction crews full access to a site that will ultimately become an upscale 367-unit retirement village across the street from California Lutheran Unive More...

Holiday changes our deadlines

Monday is Independence Day, and it forces us into early deadlines. More...

Community

Liquor license approved but with shorter hours

The P6 restaurant and lounge in Westlake Village can have a permanent license to serve alcohol, but only under certain conditions. The state More...

Teenager killed in traffic mishap

Justin McLaughlin, 17, of Thousand Oaks was killed after he was hit by a vehicle while bicycling at 8:45 p.m. last Friday. The accident occurred on Erbes Road, south of Avenida de Los Arboles. More...

Fire chief recommends professional fireworks, not ‘do it yourself’

Ventura County Fire Chief Bob Roper recommends that the safest way to enjoy fireworks on the Fourth of July is to attend an outdoor public display put on by professional pyrotechnic operators. More...

Calendar

THURS., JUNE 30

Japan Insights City of Calabasas Library presents a program for ages 12 and older (only) to learn about the customs and traditions of Japan and origami art at 3:30 p.m. at the library, 23975 Park Sorrento St., Calabasas. More...

Schools

Thousand Oaks Rotary honors 25 local students

The Rotary Club of Thousand Oaks More...

Online journal showcases young writers

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Lang Ranch Elementary to host summer reading program

Lang Ranch Elementary School will join other schools across the nation in hosting a Summer Reading Incentive Program. More...

Police

Newbury Park

On the night of June 20 in the 3400 block of Daniel Street, vandals caused $1,000 in damages. More...

Recalling a bygone era

REMEMBERING More...

Family

Golf tourney coming to Lake Sherwood to help American Cancer Society

The American Cancer Society will host its second annual Gold Coast Invitational on Mon., July 18 at Sherwood Country Club in Thousand Oaks. More...

Bringing Japanese dance to Conejo Valley

JAPANESE DANCER More...

Cooling off

SPLISH SPLASH More...

Columns

I was going to skip this one be cause an update of a More...

Real Estate

Contemporary Oak Park Townhome

Pride of ownership is reflected in this 3-bedroom, 2.5-bath Oak Park contemporary townhome. Upgrades include extensive maple hardwood flooring. The remodeled kitchen offers granite counters and newer stainless steel appli More...

Charming, Single-Story Cottage

A charming, singlestory cottage with 2-bedrooms and 1-bath. The home is light and bright with an upgraded kitchen and bathroom. More...

Jeff Rosenblum

Jeff Rosenblum, vice president and sales manager of Re/Max Olson & Associates, Inc., Westlake office More...