August 11, 2017 RSS feed / Family

Sampling the fare at the fair while sticking to a diet

Sweet and savory tempt taste buds

Corn dogs, funnel cakes, deepfried Twinkies. For some, the oncea year fried feast is the reason to come to the Ventura County Fair. More...

Camarillo UMC members have a hand in upkeep of church

Volunteers put experience to good use

Randy Eccles spent the better part of a recent Friday morning with a paintbrush in hand, adding a fresh coat of paint to the steps in front of Camarillo United Methodist Church.  The 68- year- old retired plumber and business owner was finishing More...

Hope shines through at gala

WHAT A NIGHT—At right, cancer patient Kelly Gaines, center, is surrounded by her parents, Nancy and Monty Perry, left, and her caregivers, father-daughter team Darin and Emma Gaines, all of Sim More...

She went dancing with the stars

12-year-old attends nationwide convention in NYC

When school starts this fall, Paulina Jensen, a seventh-grader at Las Colinas Middle School, can tell her classmates she spent part of her summer vacation dancing with the Rockettes at New York City’s Radio City Music Hall.  More...

Diamonds shine at summer concert

SWEET CAROLINE—There wasn’t a spot available Aug. 5 at Constitution Park during the Camarillo Art Council’s Concert in the Park featuring Neil Diamond tribute band Super Diamond. More...

Fire academy salutes graduates

TIME TO CELEBRATE—Thirteenfirefighter trainees received their badges today, Aug. 11, marking the end of an intensive 18-week academy. More...

Cowboy poet takes the reins

Contest set for Aug. 12 at Ventura County Fair

Wanda Jean was a testy old horse who needed love and care, two things she found with P.W. Conway.  But 11 years after rescuing and caring for Wanda Jean, the time came to let the 28-year-old horse go. More...