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2064 Visioning Project City of Thousand Oaks looks into the future

2064 Visioning Project City of Thousand Oaks looks into the future

By Daniel Gelman “Over 50% of Thousand Oaks residents will be over 60 years of age by 2030 or sooner. Some of the nation’s top demographers are concerned about a possible emerging sell-off of homes by senior ‘Baby Boomers.’ But the ‘Millennial Generation’ cannot afford the houses. Some observers say this could lead to the […]

CA District 44 (VC) Assembly race shaping up

CA District 44 (VC) Assembly race shaping up

By George Miller It’s been an interesting year in Ventura County politics. Tony Strickland, defeated by Julia Brownley in the 2012 Congressional District 26 (most of Ventura County) race, declined to run against her again, preferring to take on the District 25 (just North of 26) race after Republican incumbent Buck McKeon announced his retirement, […]

Recipe of the Week – German Lentil Soup

Recipe of the Week – German Lentil Soup

Ingredients: 2T olive oil Smoked pork hock 1#  sweet potatoes, peeled and cut to 1/4 slices 4 cloves garlic 2 red bell peppers, diced 2 carrots, sliced bite size 1 large onion, chopped coarsely 1 celery rib, sliced 1 28 oz. can Italian crushed tomatoes, with liquid 1 # brown lentils, rinsed 10 cups chicken […]

The Chinese are Coming- Representatives of Thousand Oaks sister city to visit area

The Chinese are Coming- Representatives of Thousand Oaks sister city to visit area

By Daniel Gelman A delegation of Chinese regional government officials from Qingdao Shibei District will visit the City of Thousand Oaks from February 26-28 to inaugurate a “Sister City” relationship. According to Rosemary Licata (photo- below right) of Thousand Oaks Republican Women Federated, buy cialis the purpose of the visit is to promote a long […]

Cornerstone- by CA 44th District Assembly candidate Rob McCoy

Cornerstone- by CA 44th District Assembly candidate Rob McCoy

Viewpoint By Pastor Rob McCoy (with Dr. Linda Johnston) Editor’s note: Pastor Rob McCoy announced his intention to run for CA Assembly 44th District after a memorable December 8 sermon at Calvary Chapel in Thousand Oaks, where he is Pastor. We previously provided a link to his sermon video back in December. The transcript is […]

Holiday Ice Rink Brings a Chill to The Lakes

Holiday Ice Rink Brings a Chill to The Lakes

By Daniel Gelman                         You wouldn’t expect to see adults at play in the mid-afternoon on a weekday, case but there’s something about ice skating that brings out the kid in a variety of characters. Some like the idea of conquering the art of […]

Heads up: Know someone who wants to get into West Point, Annapolis, USAF, Coast Guard, Merchant Marine?

Heads up: Know someone who wants to get into West Point, Annapolis, USAF, Coast Guard, Merchant Marine?

MEDIA ADVISORY   OFFICE OF REPRESENTATIVE BROWNLEY TO HOLD SERVICE ACADEMY INFORMATION NIGHT THOUSAND OAKS, rx CA—In order to ensure that all prospective service academy applicants receive the information they need to make an informed decision, price Representative Julia Brownley (D-Westlake Village) announced that her office will hold a Service Academy Information Night. The following […]

Conejo Democrats Annual Party Sept. 7- Sandra Fluke Speaking, Brownley, Pavley Coming

Conejo Democrats Annual Party Sept. 7- Sandra Fluke Speaking, Brownley, Pavley Coming

Representative Brownley To Visit Health Centers Across Ventura County

Representative Brownley To Visit Health Centers Across  Ventura County

To mark National Health Center Week, Representative Julia Brownley plans to visit three area clinics.  National Health Center Week recognizes the efforts of over 8200 clinics across the nation that offer services to their communities regardless of the patient’s ability to pay.  You can read the Health Center FAQ sheet on their website: http://www.nachc.com/client/documents/America%27s_Health_Centers_2013.pdf Their […]

Tony Dolz: The Core of Common Core

Tony Dolz: The Core of Common Core

News and Opinion Interview by Linda Johnston, capsule MD A growing number of parents are attentive to and involved with their children’s education. I also have become concerned with the trends in the schools and education. My concern led me to become a candidate for the Conejo Valley School Board in November, 2012. Despite not […]