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Ventura, CA | National Walk To School Day

Ventura, CA | National Walk To School Day

Nature of Incident: National Walk to School Day Location: Ventura County, CA Date & Time: October 6, 2021 Unit(s) Responsible: Camarillo, Fillmore, Moorpark, and Thousand Oaks Police Departments The Ventura County Sheriff’s Office Supports National Walk to School Day Oct. 6 Ventura County, CA– The Ventura County Sheriff’s Office encourages parents and students to join […]

3.6 Magnitude Earthquake Strikes Thousand Oaks

3.6 Magnitude Earthquake Strikes Thousand Oaks

Courtesty of Conejo Guardian The epicenter of the quake, according to the USGS’s website. A small earthquake struck Thousand Oaks as residents began their daily activities Monday morning. The United States Geological Survey reported that the 3.6 magnitude temblor hit at 7:59am and the epicenter was near Wildwood Park. Shaking was felt as far east […]

Oak Park, CA | Free Workshop On Drip Irrigation – Saturday, October 2

Oak Park, CA | Free Workshop On Drip Irrigation – Saturday, October 2

Triunfo Water & Sanitation District Offers Free Workshop On Drip Irrigation – Saturday, October 2 at Mae Boyar Park Oak Park, Calif., (September 8, 2021) – Triunfo Water & Sanitation District is sponsoring a free, hands-on workshop on drip irrigation Saturday, October 2 from 9:00 a.m. to 11:00 a.m. at Mae Boyar Park (130 Kanan […]

CVUSD Recognizes Classified Staff, Hears Concerns Over Student Dress Code

CVUSD Recognizes Classified Staff, Hears Concerns Over Student Dress Code

 by Chris Bailey 23 June 2021, Thousand Oaks, Ventura County, California Amid the tremendous public concern over sex education in the Conejo Valley Unified School District at the 15 June 2021 public meeting, a number of other items were overshadowed. Here are some of those items. Gifted and Talented Education District (GATE) Expansion of GATE […]

TOArts Announces New Associate Director

TOArts Announces New Associate Director

Move comes as arts activity begins to increase amid loosening of restrictions.  Thousand Oaks Arts (TOArts) is proud to announce the promotion of Niki Richardson to the role of Associate Director; Richardson has served as Development Director since 2017. The growth of the arts nonprofit over the past four years, since the merger of the […]

Cold Case | Detectives seek public’s assistance in identifying killer of Thousand Oaks bank teller

Cold Case | Detectives seek public’s assistance in identifying killer of Thousand Oaks bank teller

Monica Leech was a loving mother, wife, daughter, and a dedicated bank employee before she was executed by a bank robber during a violent robbery in Thousand Oaks in 1997. Leech had been a teller for 20 years, but had only worked at the Western Financial Bank on Thousand  Oaks Boulevard for two months before […]

Open Letter to the Thousand Oaks Council – Killing Open Space in Our City

Open Letter to the Thousand Oaks Council – Killing Open Space in Our City

Editorial By William Hicks I live in Newbury Park and have seen this “Borchard Wetlands.” Although the Army Corps of Engineers has not designated this area as a “wetland,” there are some serious concerns in any attempt to develop this land. This is not a perpetual wetland; at best it is a wetland when we have a […]

Take action Thousand Oaks!

Take action Thousand Oaks!

1, RALLY THOUSAND OAKS CITY HALL Tomorrow TUESDAY at 5:30pm. TOMORROW City Council will vote on the new General Plan & cramming 33,000 more units into the city! Everything culminates tomorrow in the months of work. TELL YOUR FRIENDS & BRING YOUR KIDS! I’ll see you there! 2.  CITY COUNCIL ACTION ITEM PART 2- Emails need to […]

Unprecedented Speaker Turnout for Special Meeting on T.O. General Plan

Unprecedented Speaker Turnout for Special Meeting on T.O. General Plan

By Kevin Harris One hundred and thirty six residents showed up, either virtually or in person, Tuesday night, to speak their mind on proposed changes to the city’s General Plan, during a 6-hour Special Meeting of the Thousand Oaks City Council. These include land use designation changes for some areas of the city, from single, […]

Residents Continue to Reject Social Justice Commission – T.O. City Council

Residents Continue to Reject Social Justice Commission – T.O. City Council

By Kevin Harris Thousand Oaks residents once again spoke up in number Tuesday night in opposition to a proposed “Social Justice Commission,” among other topics during the Public Comments period of the city’s latest City Council Meeting.  As expected, there was some variation of topics during the Public Comment period, with one resident, Sue Angelo, […]

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