2010-05-06 E-Edition

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County champions get their time in the sun

Records fall on a perfect afternoon for track and field competitions

Jamison Jordan, Johnathan Cabral, Liberty Miller and Alex Morgan, please stand up and take a bow. These four student-athletes were multievent individual winners on a bright, sunny afternoon at Moorpark High during last weekend’s Ventura County track and field championships. Jordan, a senior at Rio Mesa, captured titles in the boys’ 100- and 200-meter events and was part of the […]

It’s all gone to pot

Eleven million illegals—legalize them! Five million pot smokers—legalize it! Prisons too crowded—let them out! Shop lifting—well, it’s not really stealing. What’s next—murder, rape? Forget it! God may have blessed America, but the devil is running it. Tom Liston Agoura Hills

Students perform in New York

Students of A Step in Time School of Dance of Calabasas performed at Lincoln Center in New York City on March 20. The performance was part of the Lincoln Center’s 50th anniversary celebration. The students performed at Alice Tully Hall, the home theatre to Julliard School. The show was the first event leading up to the team’s appearance at the […]

Festival combines tastings, art and giving

Here’s good advice—walk to school

Mortgage turnaround

Sensing a rebound in the home loan market, CFC Mortgage Bankers announced it has opened an office in Westlake Village. Jeff Teller, CFC vice president of administration, said the company has leased approximately 4,700 square feet of space at 3625 Thousand Oaks Blvd. “The loan volume market is on the upswing, home prices remain relatively low and interest rates are […]

Lambo hit with 50-game suspension

Los Angeles Dodgers minor league outfielder Andrew Lambo, a Newbury Park High graduate and two-time Ventura County Player of the Year, has been suspended 50 games by Major League Baseball for a second violation of baseball’s drug policy. Lambo has twice tested positive for a “drug of abuse in violation of the Minor League Drug Prevention and Treatment Program,” according […]

Keep the ‘Vegas’ out of Calabasas

I am a resident of Deer Springs, a community directly affected by the proposed water park. I am opposed to any project that will increase traffic, noise, crime and destroy the rural nature of our park, which abuts a wildlife corridor and a state park. I am incredulous that such a facility is even being proposed. I believe that the […]

Author visits White Oak