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For the Parker family, making wine is reality now, not TV

By   /  Friday, December 16th, 2011  /  Columns  /  Comments Off on For the Parker family, making wine is reality now, not TV

“The reality of the situation is that the people that are out there buying our products today are less familiar with Fess Parker the TV and film icon and more familiar with the Fess Parker associated with wine.”

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Taser to give South Coast jobs market a jolt

By   /  Friday, December 2nd, 2011  /  Features  /  Comments Off on Taser to give South Coast jobs market a jolt

Taser International sees a huge future for its operations in Carpinteria.

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Cal Lutheran remembers “Big Red Machine” manager

By   /  Wednesday, November 30th, 2011  /  Latest news  /  Comments Off on Cal Lutheran remembers “Big Red Machine” manager

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City sets new rules, plans to revamp Thousand Oaks business district

By   /  Friday, November 18th, 2011  /  Features, Real Estate, Tri-County Economy  /  1 Comment

Thousand Oaks is revamping its business district by loosening regulations and making the area more pedestrian-friendly.

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Ventura vintners stomp into city industrial zone

By   /  Friday, November 18th, 2011  /  Columns  /  Comments Off on Ventura vintners stomp into city industrial zone

Something akin to Lompoc’s Wine Ghetto on a smaller scale is emerging in a light industrial and commercial section of Ventura.

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Ventura County CEO outlines savings

By   /  Friday, October 28th, 2011  /  Latest news  /  Comments Off on Ventura County CEO outlines savings

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Central Coast vintners reflect on a sour year for grape growing

By   /  Friday, October 21st, 2011  /  Columns  /  1 Comment

Central Coast winemakers have experienced a perfect storm of late freezes, a cool and damp summer and October rains, leading to a year that may have some vineyards selling their grapes at a loss.

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