2018-10-25

Local waterfalls make a big, and little, splash



Southern California is known for its mountains and beaches, but not so much for its rivers and waterfalls. Yet despite the area’s semi-arid climate, water courses throughout the region in a variety of ways, and the people willing to seek it out are often rewarded with lush and picturesque settings at odds with the surrounding desert-like terrain. There are six […]

Robot wars

Student-built robots will go head-to-head in competition from 9:15 a.m. to 5 p.m. Sat., Oct. 27 at Holy Cross School, 211 E. Main St., Ventura. The Ventura County Office of Education will sponsor a VEX Robotics Competition for middle and high school students from across the county. The competition is open to the public. The qualification matches will begin at […]

Agoura Chargers (3-6) vs. Oak Park Eagles (3-6)

— Friday, 7 p.m. at Oak Park High School —



Don’t say it doesn’t matter. It could be played on Neptune during a cosmic blizzard of bebopping comets and the Kanan Bowl would still mean something to the Chargers and the Eagles. The Kanan Bowl will be the last high school football game for 13 seniors at Oak Park and 15 seniors at Agoura. Neither team will qualify for the […]

Corporate Leaders Breakfast welcomes Gorell

Jeff Gorell, Los Angeles deputy mayor of public safety, will discuss security for the 2028 Summer Olympics at the next Cal Lutheran University Corporate Leaders Breakfast. Gorell, a Camarillo resident, will present “LA 2028: Safety and Security in America’s Second- Largest City” from 8 to 9 a.m. Fri., Nov. 9 at the Warner Center Marriott in Woodland Hills. Breakfast and […]

Vote Weber in Agoura Hills

As an Agoura Hills resident of 26 years and Boy Scouts of America leader for 20 years, I have had the privilege of getting to know Denis Weber and wholeheartedly support his reelection to the Agoura Hills City Council. He and I were members of the same Agoura Hills Cub Scout Pack where Denis served as Cubmaster. We shared the […]

Westlake hosts city celebration

Health and homes for the holiday

The Cancer Support Community Valley/Ventura/ Santa Barbara will host the 25th anniversary Holiday Homes Tour and Holiday Boutique from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Sat. and Sun., Dec. 1 and 2. The self-guided tour of homes is the organization’s signature fundraiser, with proceeds supporting cancer support programs for local families. Each home will represent a cornerstone of the organization’s mission: […]

The Acorn Power Poll

1. Oaks Christian (9-0) Lions hold on for 21-13 win on road against Calabasas. Zach Charbonnet, Sebastian Macaluso, Josh Calvert stood out for O.C. 2. Camarillo (9-0) Camino League title on line this Friday when Grace Brethren visits. 3. Calabasas (7-2) Coyotes’ seven-game win streak snapped, but they made Oaks sweat for it. Calabasas will try to regroup against St. […]

North Ranch Country Club okays new athletic center

The membership of North Ranch Country Club recently approved moving forward with the newest phase of the club. In 2019, the club will begin work on a new North Ranch Athletic Center. “The newly approved NRCC Athletic Center will bring future change, opportunity and energy into the North Ranch community,” said Doug Kane, president of the board of directors. “With […]

Likes Schwarz

Most people in our city, like me, want environmental sensitivity, but they also want appropriate development so we expand our tax base and keep our home values on the rise. I have known Harry Schwarz for many years now. He is a man of integrity, conscience and a balanced view. He has lived in our city for over 30 years. […]


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