July 7, 2005 RSS feed / Front Page

Health & Wellness

Linked diseases affect millions of Americans

According to the National Kidney Foundation, chronic kidney disease (CKD) affects 20 million Americans and another 20 million are at high risk for developing this progressive loss of kidney function. More...

Program seeks to fight arthritis

More than 20 million Americans have been diagnosed with osteoarthritis, the most common form of arthritis. It is a disease that involves the breakdown of cartilage in the joints, often leading to pain and stiffness. More...

Kaiser sponsors blood drive, needs volunteers

Kaiser Permanente will sponsor a blood drive from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Tues. and Wed., July 26 and 27 at its T.O. medical offices, 365 E. Hillcrest Drive. For details, please call (818) 7192397. More...

Calendar

THURS., JULY 7

About African Violets The Thousand Oaks African Violet Society will meet 7 p.m. More...

Sports

For Conejo Valley Little League All-Stars, breaking up is hard to do

Playing for just the second time as a split league, the Conejo Valley West All-Stars felt the first sting of defeat for the CVLL since last year More...

During the carefree years of my pre-adolescence, one of my favorite TV programs was More...

Newbury Park softball team heading to Texas for ASA Softball Nationals

LONE STAR STATE: LOOK OUT More...

Faith

Nominate your favorite Sunday School teacher

A cardboard maze in a church gym recently helped children find their way through an important Bible lesson. But the maze didn More...

Temple to host senior visit to Presidential Library

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Westlake Church of Religious Science announces special events in July

Westlake Church of Religious Science presents the following services and special programs at 2649 Townsgate Road, Ste. 500, Westlake Village. For information, please call (805) 495-0105 or visit www.westlakecrs.org. More...

Letters

Separation of church and state being forgotten

I appreciate the passion with which Michael Dunn pursued his firmly and deeply religious convictions regarding the sanctity of marriage. More...

What’s next, burning books?

I am a parent of two children in the Conejo Valley Unified School District and I am frankly quite shocked that there is any controversy regarding one sentence in one textbook that is completely harmless. More...

School board’s vote on textbook an embarrassment

First and foremost I want to thank Mike Dunn for his brave and lawful stand he made to adopt the Texas version of the ninthgrade Glencoe Health textbook for Conejo Valley Unified School District. More...

Editorials

Service dogs also help people with mental problems

If you read, you learn something every day. Several weeks ago, we printed a letter from a Newbury Park resident who was sick and tired of certain people bringing their pampered pooches into restaurants and grocery stores. More...

Real Estate

This Home with a Huge Yard has a Wonderful Location in The Summit at Lang Ranch

This 4-bedroom, 3.5bath home with a huge yard has a wonderful location in The Summit at Lang Ranch, Thousand Oaks. More...

This Newbury Park Home Backs To Open Space With A Large Backyard

This updated 4-bedroom, 3-bath home in Newbury Park backs to open space with a large backyard featuring an inground spa and brick BBQ with a paved and covered patio. More...

Jordan Cohen

Jordan Cohen, estates director at Re/Max Olson & Associates, Inc., estate brokerage, Westlake office was commended for his production in May with sales totaling over $14.2 million, making him the top company producer for the month. More...

D.A. finds no evidence of Brown Act violations regarding Gatch resignation

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Government agencies take a closer look at Rancho Potrero

The scenic 326-acre, openspace parcel known as Rancho Potrero, which includes the Two Winds Ranch public equestrian center, has long been of concern to residents and city leaders. More...

FOXFIELD FANCY—

Foxfield Riding School equestrians and horses came to Bennett Park in More...

Community

Firefighters help again

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T.O. couple arrested for selling meth, child endangerment

A month-long narcotics investigation ended with the arrests of Michael Stewart, 28, and his common-law girlfriend, Sandra Pacheco, 38, both of Thousand Oaks, for conspiracy to sell methamphetamine and felony child endangerment char More...

Mental Health Board to host forum on needs of mentally ill

The Ventura County Mental Health Board is sponsoring a forum to provide information and obtain public input on meeting the needs of the mentally ill at 6 p.m. Wed., July 20 at Holy Trinity Church, 1 W. More...

On the Town

Bella Donna to return to The Canyon

Michele Tyler, the lead singer for the Fleetwood Mac tribute band Bella Donna, was paid the highest tribute recently when the musician that she impersonates More...

Schools

The Power of Networking Every year, I return from the Higher Education Consultants Assocation conference excited about the upcoming college admissions season. More...

Seniors get $500 scholarships

The Thousand Oaks-Westlake Village Community Foundation has presented $500 scholarships to seniors Lindsay Adamski of Thousand Oaks High School, Natasha Gallo of Agoura High School, Lisa Tagliati of Westlake High School, Corbin Wa More...

Libraries offer summer programs

The Thousand Oaks and Newbury Park Branch Libraries will present a series of creative programs for teenagers and young adults this month. More...

Business

Americans to spend less on summer vacations

Travelers across the U. S. taking a vacation this summer may be paying a similar amount as they did in 2004. More...

Police

Newbury Park

Graffiti vandals caused $300 in damages between 6:30 p.m. June 22 and 8:15 a.m. June 23 in the 2800 block of Camino Dos Rios. More...

Family

Tips given on how to help wildlife in trouble

Ever wonder what to do when you see wildlife looking like it More...

Jewish War Veterans present scholarships

The Bernard I. Becker Post 123 Jewish War Veterans of the U.S.A. More...

New West Symphony offers camp

Students entering third to fifth grade this fall are invited to explore the world of classical music at the New West Symphony More...

Columns

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Q: What is considered proper clothing for a dead person to be buried in? More...