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2014/07/29 03:05
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Ventura, Calif. - County Executive Officer Mike Powers' pay is set to go up $30,000 to almost $270,000 if the Board of Supervisors approves a new contract Tuesday. Powers, 51, of Ventura, is being...
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A fatal lightning strike Sunday on Venice Beach was rare and hit without warning, witnesses and officials said. The isolated summer thunderstorm was an unusual occurrence on the coast of Southern...
2014/07/28 02:05
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Moorpark resident Christy Cheney came to the Hugs, Slurps and Slobbers Adopt-a-Thon on Sunday in Camarillo with an eye on adopting a senior golden retriever. The dog, Yogi, had health problems and...
2014/07/23 14:43
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Focus strictly on the numbers, and San Luis Obispo County’s gang problem appears insignificant — some might say almost nonexistent — compared to what neighboring Monterey and Santa Barbara Counties...
2014/07/17 00:05
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DAVID YAMAMOTO/SPECIAL TO THE STAR Linda Young, who has cerebral palsy, uses a bicycle meant to help riders who have decreased mobility in their legs. She used the bicycle Friday at the Conejo Valley...
2014/07/16 02:38
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It's a quiet morning at the From the street on Leeward Avenue, a lit “open” sign cuts through the overcast, gray morning. Inside, books are neatly stacked on the shelves, separated into sections —...
2014/07/14 15:31
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As a fellow writer and a serious student of literature, retired Jack London State Historic Park Ranger Greg Hayes enjoyed a special link to the life and works of the renowned novelist who long...
2014/07/10 19:05
2014/07/10 19:05
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State officials are proposing to return a Cama­rillo fire­fighting camp to full operation by staffing it with up to 110 adult ­prison ­inmates. County and state fire officials support the move,...
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2014/07/10 13:57
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On a normal workday morning in the late 1990s, Elissa Davey read the newspaper at her kitchen table. In the paper that day, there was a story that Davey would have a hard time forgetting — a newborn...
2014/07/10 01:38
2014/07/10 01:38
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The swine barn buzzed with activity Wednesday morning, but Kalli McCune’s attention was focused on her fellow Huasna Valley 4-H member’s blue butt pig, Gibson. McCune, 13, sprayed the 251-pound hog...
2014/07/06 00:38
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Officials in Nipomo kicked off a campaign this week asking residents to voluntarily reduce their water use by 30 percent, but are holding off on drought-related rate increases that they initially...
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2014/07/04 03:05
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Ben Flyer, a water polo player at Agoura High whose uncle has cerebral palsy, is using the sport to raise money for United Cerebral Palsy's Thousand Oaks Adult Education Program. "As I was growing...
2014/07/04 00:39
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U.S. Forest Service fleet manager accused of conspiring with a civilian to use government vehicles to patrol a private cattle ranch was found not guilty following a three-day trial in Los...
2014/07/29 03:05
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