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September 29, 2014

RSVP via email to Colonial Dames Marking Ceremony at Glen Tavern Inn

The Aquila Chase Chapter of the National Society of Colonial Dames of the XVII Century want you to join them for the historical marking ceremony of the Glen Tavern Inn on Sunday, October 12, but seating is limited and reservations are requested for the 2 p.m. ceremony and reception.

If you want to be an informed voter be sure to watch the rerun of the Santa Paula City Council Candidates Forum held September 24 available for viewing on demand on the city's website and broadcast on Time Warner Cable Channel 10.

Santa Paula Reserve Firefighters Matt Klein and Andy VanSciver received honor and recognition as 2013 Santa Paula Firefighters of the Year at the September 12 awards banquet held at the Sheraton Four Seasons in Ventura, where firefighters from throughout Ventura County were honored by the Kiwanis for their public safety efforts.

The fourth annual community gathering centered on kindness will be held Sunday, September 28 this year “Honoring Quiet Heroes” - and that includes many people according to Hands Across Santa Paula Remembering the Spirit of Kindness Founder Beverly Samantha “Sammi” Frady.

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A woman complained of pain and was transported to the hospital after her black Toyota Corolla struck a maroon Dodge Ram pickup truck Tuesday in a residential neighborhood.

Gospel Music by the Half Notes will be performed on Sunday, September 21, 3:00 p.m. at the Presbyterian Church, 121 Davis Street (north of the clock tower). The Half Notes began nearly 20 years ago under the direction of Nita Arant. The group later became known as the Les Classeeks and now have returned as the Half Notes. Some of the favorite past programs were the Halloween extravaganza, The Grasshopper, an operatic spoof, Christmas shows, The Roarin’ 20’s, and Hawaiian Luau. Although singing gospel is new to the group, they bring the music to you with the same enthusiasm and heart that they have put into all of their shows. It will be difficult not to sway a bit in your seat or bob your head from side to side as they belt out this moving music. The program is free and is a one hour of inspiration. Left to right back row are: Donna Nelson, Rod Thompson, Larry Murray, Kay Hara. (Front row: Joanna Axell, Linda Bartelson, Barbara Beach, Norma Fulkerson, Lea Blair, Bob Buchanan. Not Pictured: Marilyn Harvey

Santa Paula Latino Town Hall (LTH) celebrated 18 years of community giving and those who provide assistance and inspiration to others at its annual awards dinner, held September 5th at La Casa Del Mexicano Cultural Center.

September is Disaster Preparedness Month, and the Santa Paula Fire Department again has taken to the city’s government access cable station to present a series of programming that will run all month long.

About 70 Santa Paulans heard about the proposed tax measure to add funds to beef up public safety and fix roads at a special meeting Wednesday evening. 

The governing board of the Santa Paula Unified School District has given the nod to creating K-8 schools at Glen City School and the new school to be built as a part of the East Area 1 development.

A power failure Friday set off a chain of events that left the residents of more than 90 units at an area mobile home park without electricity until mid-Saturday afternoon during a spell of high heat.

Although touted as a rate study required every five years, no one in the audience at a special workshop Wednesday had forgotten that the Ad Hoc Committee of Mayor Rick Cook and Councilman Bob Gonzales was formed in September 2012 in response to the public outcry of spiraling water, sewer and sewer surcharge costs.

Betsy Blanchard Chess, who was editor/publisher of the Ventura County Farm Bureau’s The Broadcaster Magazine for a number of years, spoke about her time with the magazine last Thursday at the Museum of Ventura County’s Agriculture Museum.

Santa Paula Fire joined with departments throughout Ventura County to remember those who died in the September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks on the World Trade Center Twin Towers and the Pentagon; a fourth plane was downed in a Pennsylvania field by passengers who stormed the hijackers before they could reach their intended target, believed to be the White House.

The Santa Paula Police and Fire Foundation (SPPFF) received a $5,000 grant from Edison International to fund the foundation’s Community Public Safety Awareness and Preparedness Project. This funding will be used for buying equipment for the Santa Paula Police Department (SPPD) and Santa Paula Fire Department (SPFD) as well as materials for community outreach and education programming to help assist both agencies. 

He was many things to many people but to Alan Teague people were all alike, equally likable and treated with the same respect no matter if they toiled in the fields of Limoneira or sat at the head tables of global conferences.

The main item on the “Breakfast of Champions” is a generous helping of support for the Boys & Girls Clubs of Santa Clara Valley, where celebrated KEYT television news anchor Paula Lopez will be keynote speaker.

He was many things to many people but to Alan Teague people were all alike, equally likable and treated with the same respect no matter if they toiled in the fields of Limoneira or sat at the head tables of global conferences.

A Santa Paula man was arrested Saturday when he showed up at the police station to report his car has been stolen.

A Santa Paula man suspected or making unsafe turning moves hit a parked car Saturday on East Harvard Boulevard just west of Stanford Street, but no one was seriously injured in the collision.

You could put a new twist on an old saying and state when SPFD Captain Steve Lazenby retired recently he went from the fire to the frying pan.

A Santa Paula Police Senior Officer and Detective whose first day on the job was investigating a violent homicide was honored by the Chamber of Commerce at Good Morning Santa Paula!

An unidentified man that led Ventura County Sheriff’s Deputies on a three-hour chase that included a high-speed vehicle pursuit, crash and search by helicopter and K-9s was finally captured Thursday morning on the east side of Santa Paula.

An old box marked “grenades” caused the shutdown of a partial area of a shopping center and a requested response from the Ventura County Sheriff’s Bomb Squad Tuesday.

Santa Paula Unified School District board members and district staff toured the SPUSD future school site at East Area One and then got a tour of the Fillmore High School farm site Tuesday

Second grade classes at Grace Thille School hosted toy maker Gene West Wednesday. West is a noted toymaker who makes old fashioned wooden toys and exhibits them around the county.

The National Weather Service has issued an Excessive Heat Warning in the Los Angeles and Ventura counties areas through Tuesday, including Santa Paula.

Alan M. Teague, a gentleman, rancher, artist, horseman, lover of the land and community as well as Chairman of the Board of the Directors of Limoneira Co., passed Thursday, September 11, 2014 at Ventura County Medical Center.

Last Friday’s Cruise Nite kicked off a weekend of fun when visitors were cruisin’ to the Cruise Knights band, and enjoying the Ready Santa Paula emergency preparedness event.

Approximately 200 Santa Paula residents were without electrical power Saturday in a small area located in the west side of the city.

Several dozen riders, a part of the “Bike and Build” organization, stopped in Santa Paula last week on their way to their final destination of Santa Barbara.

Adult Literacy Awareness Month was recognized by the City Council with a proclamation to the literacy services coordinator of Blanchard Community Library.

Tommy Jackson, 21 of Santa Paula, recently completed a 90-day Wilderness Medicine and Rescue Semester course with the National Outdoor Leadership School (NOLS). 

The Santa Paula Society of the Arts summer’s hiatus is over and the artists are coming back with a sparkle... literally and figuratively!

Childhood Cancer Awareness Month was recognized at the September 3 City Council meeting that noted a loss felt by the entire community.

It’s been a long dry spell between the drought and the time it has taken the city to start moving on the water, sewer and sewer surcharge rates, which will be the focus of another Ad Hoc Committee meeting this evening, September 10.

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