December 28, 2006 RSS feed / Front Page

They made it in time for Christmas

DOING A GOOD DEED More...

Health & Wellness

Make a resolution for better oral health

We More...

Watching one’s weight on the late shift

Working the night shift might be good for the paycheck but it can be tough on the body. Maintaining a healthy diet can be challenging when the natural circadian rhythms More...

Calendar

THURS., DEC. 28 Library Singalong Sing with Andy Glockenspiel in free musical event for all ages. 1:30 p.m., Calabasas Library, 23975 Park Sorrento St. No strollers permitted. (818) 225-7616. SUN., DEC. 31 Auld Lang Syne New Year More...

Schools

Lancer drum crew hits hard

BEAT OF A DIFFERENT DRUM More...

La Reina helps families

La Reina High School in T.O. adopted 32 families this Christmas through the adopt-a-family program of the Cathedral of Our Lady of the Angels. More...

Teen center to host high school concert

The Thousand Oaks Teen Center will host a high school concert from 7 to 11 p.m. Fri., Jan. 12 at 1375 E. Janss Road, Thousand Oaks. More...

Business

Small Business Development Center appoints Walker executive director

The Ventura County Small Business Development Center recently announced the appointment of Becki Walker as the organization More...

EYE ON LOCAL AREA STOCKS

   C o m p a n y N a m e                  S y m b o l          D e c . 2 7      D e c . More...

Faith

Jewish Genealogical Society to meet

The Jewish Genealogical Society of the Conejo Valley and Ventura County will host a meeting, co-sponsored with Temple Adat Elohim, from 2 to 4 p.m. Sun., Jan. 7 at the temple, 2420 E. Hillcrest Drive, Thousand Oaks. The topic will be More...

Christian meditation and yoga class held Fridays at church

A women More...

Ascension Lutheran invites baptismal candidates

Ascension Lutheran Church will baptize children and adults at a special service at 2 p.m. Sun., Jan. 7 at the church, 1600 E. Hillcrest Drive, Thousand Oaks. More...

Letters

Food and toy drive sponsors say thanks for helping

We thank you for the generosity of time and gifts for the less fortunate. More...

Chamber seeks donations for scholarship fund

The Agoura/Oak Park/Conejo Valley Chamber of Commerce lost a friend when its former executive director, a person who worked without pay, died this fall. I appreciate all of the kind cards and phone calls. More...

Editorials

All things considered, 2006 was a good year for T.O.

The biggest 2006 story from the city of Thousand Oaks was that three incumbents won reelection. Councilmembers Andy Fox, Claudia Bill-de la Pe More...

Political Cartoon

Full Story

Guest opinion

Americans want quality after-school programs

Americans voted for change in November, and we want them to invest in the future. Part of that investment is making quality after-school programs available to all children and families. More...

Just $15,000 could save the Conejo Valley Days parade

People in cowboy gear smiling and waving as they ride by on horses. Lively band music filling the air as children in uniforms march and play musical instruments. More...

Boys & Girls Club looks into possible misuse of credit card

A former president of the Boys & Girls Club of Conejo and Las Virgenes is being investigated over allegations of possible misuse of the nonprofit organization More...

Home Depot files new plans for T.O.

The former Kmart store at 325 Hampshire Road in Thousand Oaks will be demolished and replaced with a Home Depot if the city grants permission. More...

Community

Wi-Fi could come to Thousand Oaks

Bring your laptop and connect to the Internet while you More...

Residents encouraged to prepare now for rain and floods

Although there hasn More...

New year will bring new laws for California drivers

During the 2006 legislative year, almost 1,400 bills were passed and more than 900 signed into law More...

On the Town

Kids adapt ‘Bye Bye Birdie’

An adaptation of More...

Storyteller at T.O. libraries

Actor and storyteller Scott Burden will appear at the Grant Brimhall/Thousand Oaks Library and the Newbury Park branch library Sat., Jan. 13. His presentation, More...

Advantages of hypnosis to be discussed

In recognition of the third annual World Hypnotism Day, Thurs., Jan. 4, the Center for Personal Power will host an open house from 4 to 6 p.m. at 1429 E. Thousand Oaks Blvd., Ste. 203, Thousand Oaks. More...

Sports

Girls softball registration open

Thousand Oaks Girls Softball Association is now accepting registrations for the 2007 softball season. Inperson registrations and evaluations will be Sat. and Sun., Jan. More...

Umpire certification course offered

The Conejo Recreation and Park District will conduct a Southern California Municipal Athletic Federation softball umpires More...

Westlake’s goal: Win with what you’ve got

Warriors look for victories despite loss of key players

After three consecutive seasons with 10 wins or more, the Westlake boys More...

Family

Happy New Year, yes indeed

My wife and I have a 3yearold son, which means we don More...

Newbury Park YMCA offers memberships

Charter memberships for the new Miller Family YMCA in Newbury Park will be available beginning Sat., Jan. 13. The YMCA, in the Dos Vientos portion of Newbury Park on Via las Brisas, is scheduled to open in March. More...

City delivers toys

GENEROUS GIVERS More...

Columns

Grace and Power

As I was walking out the front door, my attention was caught by a deep guttural honk. I turned to my left and spied enormous wings ascending over the curvature of a nearby hill. More...

Real Estate

Exclusive Wood Ranch Home With Pebble Teck Pool

This 4/5 bedroom, 4 bath executive home is located in Woodranch and backs to open space. The backyard has a new pebble teck pool and spa with waterfall and grotto, covered patio, large grass area and privacy. More...

Tim Star

Tim Star was recognized for his achievement as a top producer by Roy and Jay Belson at RE/MAX OTB Estates in Oak Park/ Agoura. More...

Rose Acosta

Rose Acosta was recognized as Prudential California Realty More...