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Uplifting Story Brightens Rainy Day Holiday Gathering | Self Reliance, Hard Work and a Dream

Uplifting Story Brightens Rainy Day Holiday Gathering | Self Reliance, Hard Work and a Dream

By Debra Tash I’ve been fortunate to attend several of the annual holiday celebrations hosted by the Thousand Oaks Republican Women at the Lake Sherwood Country Club.  However one would have expected that this year’s gathering would be more somber than most. In 2017 Ventura County District Attorney Gregory Totten was to M.C. the gathering, and […]

Ventura County Waterworks puts up website to help users save H2O

Ventura County Waterworks puts up website to help users save H2O

With the drought in its fourth year, and water supplies in short supply, Ventura County Waterworks has put up a helpful site for the districts under its management.  At Slow Your H20 you can check for usage updates, watering schedules and tips on saving what has become a very precious commodity in California. On April […]

Living Large on a Living Barge- 2

Living Large on a Living Barge- 2

Tom Miller’s Travelogue Column Local writer and adventurer, Tom Miller planned on spending six months a year exploring every village and town along the rivers and canals of Europe.  Above: The official passing of the keys to Tom’s newly acquired barge “Robelo.” Feb. 9, 2012 I officially became the owner of a BFB.  For those […]

Living Large on a Living Barge

Living Large on a Living Barge

Tom Miller’s Travelogue Column Local writer and adventurer, Tom Miller planned on spending six months a year exploring every village and town along the rivers and canals of Europe. And so it began: What have I done?  It was four in the morning and I just bought a barge.  Not only did I buy a […]