2011-01-06 E-Edition

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County recognizes American Red Cross

Climate extremes

It seems appropriate that the new year brings a deluge of rainfall. The rain washes away last year’s buildup of debris. Oncestagnant and dry creek beds flood with runoff and ensure the land is scoured. At the same time, rain prepares the soil for new growth. Seeds deposited in late summer and autumn settle deeper into the soft earth, ready […]

Conejo United secures crown in Simi

Notes on Chabad

I completely concur with the points made in the Dec. 30 editorial concerning the residential Oak Park synagogue, and also with the points made by Matthew Toomey. A zoning variance is just that—a variance, not a right to get an inch and expect a mile. The firestorm of controversy that has been stirred up out of this situation will probably […]


Kent Doyle Air Force Airman Kent Doyle graduated from basic military training at Lackland Air Force Base in San Antonio, Texas. Doyle, an Oak Park High School alumnus, is the son of Terry Dowle of Oak Park. Ryan Paris Air National Guard Airman Ryan Paris also graduated from basic military training at Lackland. He is the son of Mark and […]

Lone passenger

A New Year’s resolution to get in good shape

Laws and religion

As I read about the continuing saga surrounding the Oak Park Chabad’s efforts to pursue their singular agenda, I cannot but ask just who is being intolerant. Now that religious intolerance and discrimination have finally been fired by some Chabad members across the community’s bow, I wonder how that squares with the ever growing Jewish population in the same Oak […]