Scorpion baseball team eager to make final push for league title

In less than a month the Pacific View League baseball champion will be crowned. As of today, Camarillo is in the driver’s seat to capture its first title since 2003. The Scorpions’ margin for error, however, will be slim down the stretch run. The Scorpions entered yesterday afternoon’s matchup against Pacifica with an 8-5 overall record and a 5-1 mark […]

Celebrate Star Trek’s 40th anniversary aboard ‘wagon train to stars’

Ride a “wagon train to the stars” aboard the Fillmore & Western Railway dining car for one night only, Sat., April 22 to commemorate the 40th anniversary of the original “Star Trek” TV series. The train departs Fillmore at 6:30. Trekkies, mystery buffs and theater lovers participating in this murder mystery dinner theater train may enjoy prime rib or chicken […]

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“Thank You for Smoking” Directed by: Jason Reitman Starring: Aaron Eckhart, Maria Bello, Cameron Bright, Rob Lowe, Sam Elliott, Katie Holmes, William H. Macy and Robert Duvall MPAA rating: R (for adult language, adult themes, some sexuality) Running time: 92 minutes Best suited for: the satirically inclined Least suited for: those who find tobacco (and its consequences) no laughing matter […]

Called to Tora

Two Camarillo boys have been called to the Torah at Temple Etz Chaim. Cameron Wolff, an honors student and son of Susan and Richard Wolff, was called to the Torah on Feb. 4. Elias Samuel Friedman, the son of Heywood and Brenda Friedman, was called to the Torah on March 11.

Honoring tradition

YMCA Youth Basketball Program teaches kids the basics

FUTURE STARS?-Left, Amanda, 6, keeps her eyes on the ball and maintains her dribble during the first practice of the spring 2006 YMCA Youth Basketball Program at Las Colinas School in Camarillo. Amanda and her twin sister, Madyson, pictured below, played in the league last season. Right, Bobby Ratliff, 6, muscles up a shot as his father, who’s also a […]

Camarillo Cougars’ signups underway

The Camarillo Cougars program offers youth an opportunity to learn football or cheerleading skills. The programs provide specific instruction and place emphasis on teaching participants about sportsmanship and team spirit. Staff members teach the two sports both one-on-one, as well as in groups. Signups for the programs will be conducted on the fol lowing dates. For location and more information […]

World fashions come to campus

Students to show their artistic side

Adolfo Camarillo High School students have made a strong showing in the 15th annual Oxnard Union High School District’s Student Art Exhibit at the Ventura County Maritime Museum. Ashley Goodman’s work on acrylic titled “Tee Pees” received first place while Lucia Zinkewich’s acrylic titled “El Mate” earned an honorable mention. Judging the students’ entries was Kerry Adams Hapner, the cultural […]

Camarillo residents graduate from CLU

Camarillo residents were among the more than 100 graduates receiving degrees from California Lutheran University in Thousand Oaks last December. The graduates from Camarillo were: Christian Thompson (bachelor of science, cum laude), Edward Ransom (master of education), Melissa Bozeman (bachelor of arts), Jeanine Campos (bachelor of science), Catherine Kawaguchi (master of arts) and Amber Osborn (master of science). The school […]