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CoreLogic CEO Nallathambi, on medical leave, has died

Published: Fri March 3, 2017
Source: OC Register

Anand Nallathambi, president and chief executive of Irvine-based CoreLogic, died in March following a brief illness. He was 55.

Brett Larsen Instrumental to Teaching

Published: Wed March 1, 2017
Source: Noozhawk

A music teacher at Adams School in Santa Barbara, he received the second annual Santa Barbara County Performing Arts Teacher of the Year award.

Flight to Oscars started in Earlville

Published: Fri February 24, 2017
Source: 247sports

Brad Wald works for LAIKA, an animation studio based in Hillsboro, Ore. which is responsible for the Academy Award nominated film “Kubo and the Two Strings.”

Fired from Subway, long ago

Published: Tue February 21, 2017
Source: The Dallas Morning News

When I asked Texas Longhorns head coach Tom Herman if he worked any offbeat jobs before coaching, we decided to rank them from least to most interesting.

Tom Herman wants to be ‘dad to everybody’

Published: Mon February 20, 2017
Source: The Dallas Morning News

Fifteen years Strong's junior, he is the Texas Longhorns' youngest head coach since 38-year-old Fred Akers was hired to replace legendary Darrell Royal in 1976.

A play from scratch

Published: Thu February 9, 2017
Source: 247sports

T.O. native takes on challenge in directorial debut

Moorpark football team picks coach

Published: Fri February 3, 2017
Source: Acorn

Ryan Huisenga was named Moorpark’s head coach on Jan. 27. A social studies teacher at the school, he is the 14th coach in the 98-year history of the program.

Educator of the year

Published: Thu February 2, 2017

Carpinteria teacher Brett Weiberg Weiberg has his master’s degree in educational leadership and administration from Cal Lutheran, which opens the possibility of his moving to supervisory positions.

Principal of the year

Published: Thu February 2, 2017
Source: Acorn

Jessica Kiernan, principal at Lupin Hill Elementary School in Calabasas, was named 2016-17 Principal of the Year by the Association of California School Administrators in a region that stretches from Los Angeles to San Luis Obispo.

Local man developing app to prevent suicide

Published: Thu January 26, 2017
Source: Acorn

Knowing what to ask helps, says Christopher Munch

Rose leaves a legacy of changing students' lives

Published: Wed January 25, 2017
Source: Ventura County Star

Alan Rose, a long-time Choral Director at Westlake High, prepares for the next stage in life as he nears the end of his final year as a full time teacher.