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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.

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.

New pastor to be installed

Published: Mon July 25, 2016
Source: KCLU

The Christ Lutheran Church in O’Neill, Nebraska, will install a new pastor, John E. Nelson Jr., on Sunday, July 31.

I veil my hair, not my worth

Published: Tue July 19, 2016
Source: Dear Tomorrow Collection

Shireen Ismail '15 is asked once again why she wears hijab.

University Village marketing director gets up close and personal with residents

Published: Sat July 9, 2016
Source: Ventura County Star

While his job is to market the senior housing community across from the Cal Lutheran campus, he has turned the job into something he loves.

Mount Baker hires Caitlyn Gusa as volleyball coach

Published: Thu July 7, 2016
Source: KPUG (Washington)

Mount Baker High School has hired Caitlyn Gusa as the new head volleyball coach.

Patagonia's child care center serves employees, families

Published: Sat July 2, 2016
Source: Ventura County Star

Anita Furtaw, who has overseen the center almost from day one, will retire after 31 years with the company.

She's 22, a recent grad, and taking over as mom to three sisters

Published: Sat July 2, 2016
Source: Ventura County Star

While Lopez was at Cal Lutheran, she also was helping her dying grandmother bring up her three half-sisters in Fillmore.