2012-05-03

2012-05-03 E-Edition

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Don’t dismiss NIMBYism



The use of political acronyms has become quite fashionable of late and, as with most popular trends, misleading. “ NIMBY” comes to mind as an excellent example, and unfortunately one upon which your editorial page was based last week, even to the extent of your accompanying cartoon. To paint those against the proposed Target development as “Not In My Back […]

Rocking the night away



Calabasas Team dances with the stars



Medea Creek band is solid gold



Just warming up

. High school elite use V.C. meet as a springboard to postseason success


The Ventura County Track and Field Championships had a little bit of everything. Broken records. Personalbest times. Thrilling comebacks. Dominating finishes. Student-athletes put on a show during last weekend’s county meet at Moorpark High. “The season is just about to start,” said Blake Selig, a Rio Mesa High senior already looking forward to next week’s CIFSouthern Section preliminaries. Sydney Lewis […]

Protecting Westlake Village



I have heard the term “tourism” being used by some of our city employees as a desirable thing for Westlake Village. Now I understand that the meaning of “tourism” is really just a nicer name for bringing more money into Westlake Village. Sounds like a great idea, bringing in more income for the residents; however, tourism doesn’t happen by establishing […]

Free hospice care center welcomes residents




In the last days of his life at Our Community House of Hope in Thousand Oaks, Leo Bowling requested ice cream with chocolate sauce for breakfast and listened to his wife sing to him. “It calms him down to hear the music,” Sydney Bowling said before her husband died last week. The soft melodies of “True Love,” “Always” and “Unforgettable” […]

EARTH’S Summer Camp



The Conejo Schools Foundation will offer a Summer Exploratory Camp for children ages 7 through 10 at EARTHS Magnet School in Thousand Oaks. Children who are not enrolled at EARTHS can still attend the camp. Camp hours are 7 a.m. to 6 p.m. The weeks will be divided into themes such as “Out of this World!” with a field trip […]

Thanks to district




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