August 18, 2005 RSS feed / Front Page

Helping Boys & Girls Clubs

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Health & Wellness

Parents should always track children’s developmental progress

During their child More...

Steroid use brings high risk

A recent survey by the National Institute on Drug Abuse found that almost 4 percent of high school athletes have used anabolic steroids to enhance performance and improve physical appearance, yet few young athletes may be well More...

Depression to be discussed

Los Robles Hospital and Medical Center More...

Calendar

THURS., AUG. 18 Full Moon Hike Join TreePeople at Coldwater Canyon Park: Take a full moon hike and explore this park at night beginning at 7:45 p.m. Hour-long guided hike with energy level and theme geared to all ages. More...

Schools

The Business of College Admission The end of summer is near, and many high school seniors are starting to work on college applications. With competition for admission expected to increase again this year, anxiety levels are on the rise. More...

WHS junior participates in UC program

Kirit Karkare, an 11th-grader at Westlake High School, recently participated in the History of Physics and Technology Cluster of the California State Summer School for Mathematics and Science program at UC Davis. More...

Cal Lutheran student earns $10,000 grant

California Lutheran University senior Doug Sherlock of Sonora is the recipient of the Vesper Society More...

Business

Leasing increasing in Conejo J

The Ventura office of CB Richard Ellis reports the recent signing of several retail lease agreements in Ventura County. More...

Professional development meeting set

The Ventura County Chapter of the National Human Resources Association announces a professional development breakfast meeting on Wed., Aug. 24 at the Los Robles Greens Golf Course banquet facility, 299 S. More...

Police

Newbury Park A suspect stole cash and a cellular phone from an unlocked vehicle between 6:30 p.m. Aug. 4 and 9 a.m. Aug. 5 in the 600 block of Avenida del Platino. More...

Family

Marathon training offered

Local community members will honor their loved ones and friends who have been touched by cancer by participating on The Wellness Community Valley/ Ventura Strides for Hope Marathon and Half Marathon team. More...

Birds to be celebrated

The Star Eco Station will present More...

New version of a classic coming to T.O.

The Thousand Oaks International Theatre Festival presents an explosive new adaptation of Shakespeare More...

Editorials

It’s time for action on school traffic, not another committee

The good citizens of Thousand Oaks can feel confident and sleep well tonight, knowing that More...

Real Estate

Professionally Designed Interior and Exterior

This elegant and romantic home has a professionally designed interior and exterior. It More...

Recently RedecorateEnd Unit

Near Westlake High and the Promenade is this delightful end unit townhome. Three bedrooms and twoand-one-half baths are featured in the recently redecorated end unit. Views of nature, huge patio, fireplace and high ceilings lend appeal. More...

Park-like Backyard with Views of Rolling Hills

This updated, very desirable Summerfield single story home is located on a cul-de-sac. More...

Test scores released

District officials mostly pleased

State test results released this week showed that 88 percent of Conejo Valley Unified School District high school incoming seniors passed the California High School Exit Exam, which is right in step with statewide figures. More...

Ventura County roads, highways get help from Washington, D.C.

City and county government officials are usually pleased when More...

New committee to look at city’s school traffic problems

Officials from Conejo Valley Unified School District and the city of Thousand Oaks More...

Restaurant accepts recommendations, will limit hours of alcohol sales

Despite initial concerns over potential financial setbacks, the management of P6 restaurant in Westlake Village decided not to appeal the state liquor board More...

Community

T.O. Library expansion on schedule

After months of construction, Steve Brogden, director of the Thousand Oaks Library, can finally see what the new children More...

Libraries have unique radio collections

The Thousand Oaks Library and its Newbury Park branch together contain about 350,000 materials, including books, CDs and DVDs. Among those items are the library More...

Home sales strong

July sales of Conejo Valley single-family homes totaled 193, compared to 238 sold in June and 187 a year ago, according to Mike Plisky, president of the Conejo Valley Association of Realtors. More...

On the Town

Playing with intensity

HOT LICKS More...

3-D art show on display here

Continues through Sept. 30

The Arts Council of the Conejo Valley will present More...

Drama-comedy ‘Rainmaker’ ends on Saturday

The Kentwood Players are presenting N. Richard Nash More...

Sports

Above and beyond

Taylor Malm returns as the Lancers do-it-all offensive weapon

With his speed, balance and elusiveness, Thousand Oaks junior Taylor Malm made a lot of defenders miss in 2004. More...

Conejo Valley NASCAR racer about to win first points title

According to Agoura Hills More...

An unforgettable summer comes to an end for the T.O. Big League team

Season dedicated to local resident killed during Memorial Day attack

Last year on Sept. 2, the city of Thousand Oaks celebrated the accomplishments of the Conejo Valley Little League team with a parade. This year, the T.O. More...

Letters

Sick of self-righteousness

Dr. Marc Rogers has recently written two intelligent, accurate letters to the More...

Mildred Lynch will be missed

Mildred Lynch was one of the most professional and dedicated persons I have ever met. I had the privilege to work with her as a member of the Conejo Valley Unified School District from 1994 to 1998. More...

Calls for resignation of T.O. city councilman

It is time for Mr. Masry to be removed from the Thousand Oaks City Council, either by resignation or by council action. His attendance or lack thereof at the council meetings is not the issue. More...