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Delta Dental names vice president of government programs

Published: Thu September 8, 2016
Source: prweb

Delta Dental of California and its affiliates today announced the promotion of Joe Ruiz to group vice president of government programs.

Tom Herman's got Houston outfoxing the big boys

Published: Wed September 7, 2016
Source: The Washington Post

One thing is certain: If Big 12 coaches were consulted, there is no way Houston would be admitted to the conference.

Alamar, special teams play key role in Stanford football's success

Published: Tue September 6, 2016
Source: Stanford Daily

Stanford is in the business of âreal estate acquisition,â as the special teams coordinator has dubbed it.

Swimmer's disability no match for dreams

Published: Sun September 4, 2016
Source: Las Vegas Sun

Cortney Jordan is one of the most decorated Paralympic swimmers of all time

New city manager of Hidden Hills

Published: Thu September 1, 2016
Source: Acorn

Kerry Kallman, who earned a bachelorâs degree in social science and a masterâs degree in public policy and administration from Cal Lutheran, will start Sept. 19.

Foam head transformed during underwater pressure test

Published: Thu August 25, 2016
Source: Ventura County Star

Once 11 inches tall, with a circumference of 21 inches (not including hair), Pedro was now less than 3.5 inches tall and 6.5 inches around. Putting the two heads side-by-side was stunning.

Foam head in underwater pressure test

Published: Wed August 24, 2016
Source: Ventura County Star

Melissa Baffa, once again aboard the exploration vessel Nautilus, writes updates in a multipart series.

Ocean floor off Catalina Island a treasure trove of creatures, tectonic forces

Published: Sun August 21, 2016
Source: Ventura County Star

Melissa Baffa, once again aboard the exploration vessel Nautilus, writes updates in a multipart series.

Former Stampeder Eric Rogers nursing knee injury instead of playing with 49ers

Published: Sat August 20, 2016
Source: Calgary Herald

Former Calgary Stampeder Eric Rogers injured his knee at the San Francisco 49ers training camp and is out for the year.

Houston Cougars football mania mounts

Published: Mon August 15, 2016
Source: Houstonia

Can the squad live up to the hype? Houstonia magazine profiles head coach Tom Herman.

Ocean exploration in Southern California's backyard reveals bustling ecosystem

Published: Mon August 15, 2016
Source: Ventura County Star

Melissa Baffa, once again aboard the exploration vessel Nautilus, writes updates in a multipart series.

Conejo Valley administrator gives half of $10,000 award to school

Published: Sun August 14, 2016
Source: Ventura County Star

Juan Santos, who was named 2016 Administrator of the Year by the California Association of Latino Superintendents and Administrators, had been principal at Maple School in Newbury Park.

Mormon man's painful distancing from church

Published: Sun August 14, 2016
Source: Ventura County Star

Last year, Dane Rowley wrote a letter to church leaders, politely telling them he disagreed with a policy on the baptism of children with same-sex parents.

Ascension St. Matthew's welcomes new pastor

Published: Thu August 11, 2016
Source: Sun Advocate (Utah)

Installation of the Rev. James Locke, a graduate of PLTS

Eric Rogers optimistic despite season-ending injury

Published: Tue August 9, 2016
Source: Ventura County Star

The wide receiver's NFL dream will be deferred for another season.

Explorer from Ventura dives head first into survival training

Published: Fri August 5, 2016
Source: Ventura County Star

Melissa Baffa, once again aboard the exploration vessel Nautilus, writes updates in a multipart series.

San Francisco 49ers WR tears ACL, out for season

Published: Fri August 5, 2016
Source: Oregon Live

Eric Rogers, who played in the CFL in 2015, was one of Chip Kelly's first signings after he became coach in January and was expected to see significant playing time in 2016.

New superintendent for Davis schools

Published: Wed August 3, 2016
Source: The Davis Enterprise

John Bowes keeps four framed album covers in his office: Bob Dylan's The Times They Are A-Changin, The Who's The Kids Are Alright, Elvis Costello's Trust and The Beatles' Help!

Nautilus draws Ventura resident for a second tour of exploration

Published: Thu July 28, 2016
Source: Ventura County Star

Melissa Baffa, vice president of program and volunteer services for the Girl Scouts of California's Central Coast, joins the Ocean Exploration Trust for a second tour this summer aboard the EV Nautilus.

Stephen Lambdin goes for gold in taekwondo

Published: Thu July 28, 2016
Source: Ventura County Star

The Cal Lutheran graduate competes Aug. 20 in the heavyweight classification in Rio de Janeiro.

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