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March 1, 1997 | TRACY WILSON, TIMES STAFF WRITER
He is accused of terrorizing a neighborhood for two solid months: pedaling through Newbury Park on a small chrome dirt bike and wearing a black ski mask as he grabbed joggers, sexually assaulted a teenage boy on a high school campus and raped a woman in the high school bathroom.
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August 28, 2000 | MAIJA-LIISA NAGARAJAN
When classes begin in the Conejo Unified School District on Wednesday, middle schools will have larger parking lots and several campuses will have new classrooms. Many of the nearly $20 million in repairs and upgrades made this summer will soon be completed. The money for more than 900 projects came from the $88-million Measure R bonds, approved by voters two years ago. Redwood and Colina middle schools both have improved parking lots.
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March 31, 2000 | MAIJA-LIIS NAGARAJAN
For Keith Parks, working at the East County Sheriff's Station will be like coming home, only this time he will have a new title under his belt. On Monday, Parks will assume the post of commander for the Ventura County Sheriff's Department and will be the acting chief of police for Thousand Oaks. Parks, who is being promoted from captain, will replace Cmdr. Kathryn Kemp.
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October 13, 1993 | BRENDA DAY
Thousand Oaks school officials Thursday will consider a compromise plan that would allow the Newbury Park Pony Baseball League to continue playing on fields at Sequoia Junior High School without disturbing neighbors. Homeowners along adjacent Lupe Avenue have complained about traffic, parking problems and noise from the 470-player league operating six days per week on four fields behind their houses.
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December 1, 2000 | TIMOTHY HUGHES, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Before he lay down to die next to her, a Newbury Park man handcuffed his wife to a fold-out bed in a garage office, poured gasoline around the small room as well as a nearby den and lighted a match, sheriff's officials said Thursday. The house soon went up in flames Wednesday morning.
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November 10, 1996
Milton Casper Borchard, a lifelong Ventura County resident and member of a pioneering Newbury Park farming family, died Saturday at St. John's Pleasant Valley Hospital in Camarillo. He was 85. He was born Oct. 11, 1911 on the 4,000-acre Borchard Ranch in Newbury Park that today is the site of Newbury Park High School and surrounding housing tracts. Borchard Road is named after his family, said stepdaughter Betty Bright of Camarillo.
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March 20, 1996 | DAVID R. BAKER, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
Four surgical teams labored for hours Tuesday morning at a San Fernando Valley hospital to remove burned skin from Michael Halsell's back and legs. In Newbury Park, Michael's high school classmates made final arrangements for a much-needed blood drive today to collect blood for the badly injured teen.
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October 2, 1992 | PATRICK McCARTNEY
A sophisticated explosive device that forced the evacuation of 1,400 students at Newbury Park High School was powerful enough to kill and maim numerous students if it had detonated, a sheriff's bomb expert said Thursday. The bomb--in a green box with wires and a battery attached to it--was discovered at the end of the lunch hour Wednesday on an overhang above a busy stairwell, said Ventura County Sheriff's Detective Joe Braga.
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December 22, 2002 | Jenifer Ragland, Times Staff Writer
Thousand Oaks teacher Kristi Colell is up for a prestigious award in arts education, but she swears she would be just as happy to see the honor go to her competition. The other Ventura County nominee for the Los Angeles Music Center's Bravo Award? Colell's husband of 34 years, Bruce, who teaches music at Camarillo High School. "It's a great honor," said Kristi Colell, 59, an art teacher at Newbury Park High School. "To be a nominee is awesome. To win is exceptional."
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