2007-01-26

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Residential colleges

Residential colleges While I’m a big fan of smaller colleges, many of my students want to attend large universities. It’s not hard to understand why students who have spent their high school years in classes with many of the same people would want their college experience to provide lots of social as well as academic choices. Big schools are more […]

Methodist church to broadcast Sunday service



The Camarillo United Methodist Church is broadcasting the 9 a.m. Sunday service at 5:30 p.m. Wednesdays on Time Warner Cable (Channel 25) in most of Camarillo and on Channel 12 in Leisure Village. This marks the first time the church has aired its services on cable television. “This gives a chance for members and persons interested in the church to […]

House of worship



IN OLD TOWN- The Camarillo Evangelical Free Church, 2315 Ventura Blvd. holds Sunday services at 9:15 and 10:45 a.m. For more information, call (805) 482-1200.

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Camarillo Vandals caused $1,000 in damage to the windows of the community room at Dos Caminos Park at 2198 Ponderosa Drive sometime between Jan. 8 and 12. A shoplifter stole more than $1,000 worth of sunglasses from the Sunglass Hut at 740 Ventura Blvd. Jan. 9. Someone broke into a business on the 5000 block of Ridge View Street and […]

Camarillo team does well in the O.C.



PROUD PLAYERS- Camarillo’s girls’ Real California Football Club, above, posted a 2-2 record during their first soccer tournament in Irvine earlier this month to reach the championship game against Manteca Fire of Modesto, Calif. The Camarillo team lost to Manteca Fire 1-0 in a penalty kick shoot-off between the two teams following a 0-0 tie at the end of regulation […]

Young hoopsters get offensive in Week 3 of CYBA season

Local teams put up big-time points during Saturday's action

The action was fast and furious during Week 3 of the Camarillo Youth Basketball Association season. In Boys 5 action, the Bruins beat the Hoosiers 41-33. The Hoosiers’ Evan Quayle led the way with 12 points, seven rebounds and three assists. Fellow Hoosier Nick Fassel added 10 points and nine rebounds. Jacob Tottan and Liam Cochrane both were rebounding machines, […]

It’s a family tradition

Mark Robles is the third of four brothers to wrestle for ACHS

When Mark Robles first came to Camarillo High, there wasn’t much doubt he would wrestle for the Scorpions. It’s in his blood. Two years ago, Robles decided to follow in his brothers’ footsteps when he became the third of four brothers to have wrestled for ACHS. Head coach Ron Wilson is hoping even though older brothers Hank and Robert were […]

New funeral home opens in Camarillo



Robert Perez of Moorpark and Eric Rose of Simi Valley have established a family owned and operated funeral home in Camarillo, Rose-Perez Funeral Home and Cremation, which will serve the community with a full range of services. “My goal is to assist the families and serve as a resource for them in their time of need when making funeral arrangements,” […]

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FRI., JAN. 26 For A Good Cause Oak Park High School’s Comedy Sportz hosts charity benefit, 7:15 p.m., OPHS Performing Arts Pavilion. Funds go to Transplant Recipients International Organization. OPHS senior Ryan Roschke is waiting for kidney transplant. Requested donation $10. Scouts Serve Spaghetti Boy Scout Troop 605 serves fundraising Spaghetti Dinner, Knights of Columbus Hall, 1255 Patricia Ave., Simi […]

Chamber brings businesses together



CAMARILLO COMMERCE- Over 50 businesses from throughout Camarillo came together to participate in the Camarillo Chamber of Commerce’s annual Business to Business trade show at the Camarillo Community Center on Tuesday. Inset, right: Debra Miller and Don Valenzano of Valenzano Insurance Services chat during the show that drew about 300 business owners and residents to tour various company displays and […]