2015-04-09 E-Edition

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Displeasure with the Indiana law

A few days ago, the daughter of the owner of a small pizza shop in a small town in Indiana was asked by a TV reporter if she would provide pizza for a gay wedding. She answered “no” based on religious grounds. After that, they had to close the shop amidst an avalanche of death threats and dirty tricks. This […]

It’s all fun & games

Program on Chumash chief

The Satwiwa Native American Indian Culture Center will offer activities and games for kids age 7 and up from 2 to 3:30 p.m. Sun., April 19 at Rancho Sierra Vista at the intersection of Via Goleta and Lynn Road in Newbury Park. Walk 0.3 mile along the gravel path to the culture center. In addition, the event will feature the […]

Seminar to discuss right to die issues

Community Memorial Health System will offer a free Ethics in Healthcare presentation from 5:30 to 7 p.m. Thurs., April 16 at the Museum of Ventura County 100 E. Main St., Ventura. The topic of discussion will be: “Should patients with a terminal illness have the right to decide when to end their lives?” Jim Hornstein, MD, CMHS’s chair of the […]

Students graduate from CERT classes

Flying Squirrel

Spring time, beach time

It’s finally spring, which comes as a huge relief to those of us tired of our unremittingly damp and gray winter, during which the bone-chilling rain never ended and the sun seemed perpetually eclipsed. Ha ha, I’m kidding! Winter? What’s that? Honestly, if you’ve checked the temps lately, it would be easy to conclude we’ve skipped spring altogether and moved […]

Team storms to victory

Going steady

Oak Park High doesn’t have Rory McElroy. The Eagles have been just fine navigating water hazards, bunkers and rough in the Coastal Canyon League. Oak Park, 6-3 overall and 3-1 in league, is tied with Camarillo for the league’s top spot. The squad’s lone league loss came at the clubs of the Scorpions, who edged the Eagles by two strokes […]

Oak Park water symposium

The Oak Park Community will have a symposium on water at 3 p.m. Sun., April 12 at Mae Boyar Park, 130 Kanan Road. Dr. Richard Ambrose, director of the UCLA Institute of the Environment and Sustainability, will present ways that homeowners and the community can use landscaping to help conserve and clean water runoff in the Malibu Creek Watershed. Ambrose […]

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