September 22, 2006 RSS feed / Community

Advisory board wants to prohibit businesses from cutting treetops

Business owners in the city of Simi Valley may soon have to answer for how they maintain the trees on their private property. More...

Eagle Scout project turns landfill into a home for rodent-seeking owls

In her quest to build a better mousetrap, Mother Nature succeeded. It's called the owl. More...

Painter of horses to make an appearance at Theresa's

Event is a fundraiser for the Humane Society

Fred Stone, renowned painter of horses, will assist the Humane Society of Ventura County at a fundraiser from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 23 at Theresa's Country Feed & Pet on Erringer Road. More...

Encouraging people to put one foot in front of the other

The Simi Valley Family YMCA will participate in YMCA Activate America, a national public health initiative that is rallying YMCAs across the country to expand service and support to children, adults and families who want to lead a healthy More...

Simi Valley Youth Council allows the next generation to get involved now

Twice a month the Simi Valley City Council chamber is filled with a sound foreign to most city halls: youngsters laughing. More...

+ The Simi Valley Youth Council is made up of 24 middle and high school students. More...

Parents can help protect their children from online predators

Are your children safe online? If you think they are, you may want to think again. Recent studies reveal some shocking statistics. More...

Task force on illegal immigration sets hearing for next week

Assemblywoman Audra Strickland (R-Thousand Oaks) has announced a task force hearing to identify the impact of illegal immigration on California at 1 p.m. Wed., Sept. 27 at the Thousand Oaks Civic Arts Center, 2100 Thousand Oaks Blvd. More...

Some residents upset about RV site going in at Tapo Canyon Park

Sheila Russo, a Simi Valley resident, isn't a happy camper when it comes to the Ventura County Parks Department's plan to construct an RV site in Tapo Canyon Park. More...

Race for supervisor heats up as both candidates begin collecting endorsements

Mikels says she supports Foy; Dantona gets backing of county firefighters

The race to represent the 4th District on the Ventura County Board of Supervisors is gaining momentum as the November elections approach. More...

Cycling event will take riders along Pacific coastline

The Harvest Ride for Literacy on Saturday, Oct. 7 will benefit Ventura Rotary and Ventura County Library Adult Literacy Program. More...

Supporters take a new approach in fight to preserve Bottle Village

Some fear end may be near for the national landmark

Joann Johnson, a Simi Valley resident and former schoolteacher, is taking the fight to save Grandma Prisbrey's Bottle Village to the World Wide Web. More...

This sure beats the food court

CHARDONNAY WITH A TOUCH OF SAX- Volunteer Lyn McLaughlin serves white wine to 15-year Simi Valley resident Steve Thomson as part of the Simi Valley Town Center's Vino Jazz Festival. More...

Ventura Harvest Festival nears

The 33rd annual Ventura Harvest Festival will present live entertainment and showcase nearly 250 artists and crafters Friday through Sunday, Sept. 29 through Oct. 1 at Seaside Park, 10 West Harbor Blvd, Ventura. More...

For the record

CORRECTION- On last week's photo page of the Simi Valley Freedom Walk, a picture of retired Navy man Bob Sles was mistakenly reversed during the production process. More...