Burglars stole a laptop computer bag, a car manual, an iPod, two computer memory sticks and sunglasses from a vehicle parked on Conejo View Drive May 31. The loss was $725. Thieves stole a $1,600 laptop computer and a pair of speakers worth $200, and also caused $200 in damages when they shattered the window of a car parked on […]
I hesitate to write this column for fear that my waiting room will be filled with people who have, well, a fragrance challenge. But it is a serious problem, and there are answers, so, as a public service, here is the lowdown on fragrant feet. For the most part our skin does not have much of a smell all by […]
On the second play of the Ventura County High School AllStar Football Game at Moorpark High on Saturday night, West running back Raynard Pamilton from Pacifica High ran a reverse for a 27-yard touchdown to put his team on the scoreboard first. At that point the West’s offense was confident and on a roll. They were also done scoring for […]
While reading about the tragic (auto accident) death of young Krystin Shank at the hands of Sean Michael Gittens, I was both sickened and saddened. Mr. Gittens is as reckless of an individual I’ve read about in a long time. I honestly don’t know what to do with Mr. Gittens, or people like him, that would represent a perfect solution. […]
This 4-bedroom, 3-bath home has a California-style courtyard with flowers and fruit trees. There are two master suites, one upstairs and one down. The kitchen has been updated with five-burner cooktop and top-of-the-line appliances including convection oven and refrigerator with matching wood panels. Custom, lighted glassfront cabinetry features slam-free closing drawers. Granite counters, island seating and a work station top […]
The list of Sumac Elementary School GATE students responsible for producing the “Normal Chocolate Bar” cartoon that was aired on Time-Warner Cable also includes Christina Grico, Kaitlin Yi and Elizabeth Rizor.
Geologist John Alderson will lecture on “The Earth Beneath Us” at 2 p.m. Sat., June 16 at the National Park Service Visitor Center, 401 W. Hillcrest Drive, Thousand Oaks. Alderson will discuss the geological history of the Santa Monica Mountains. He has worked for the L.A. County Natural History Museum and the geology department at UCLA. Alderson has published papers […]