Monthly Archives: October 2010

COLLEGE ROUNDUP : Westmont women win, help cause in GSAC playoff chase

With the Golden State Athletic Conference tournament looming more




Rummage Sale: 8 a.m.-1 p.m. First Congregational Church, 2101 State St. All proceeds benefit church. Free admission. 565-5747. more

SB County unemployment rises to 9 percent – Some forecasters “downright pessimisstic”

Santa Barbara County’s unemployment rate rose slightly in September, up to 9 percent from 8.9 percent in August more

The Working Life: Pamala Oslie Local psychic takes her intuition and knowledge of auras online with a new dating service

Finding love has proven elusive for many, but online dating has gained popularity and social acceptance in recent years with the increased use of other social media. People shop for gifts, book flights and pay their taxes online, so why shouldn’t they also meet their future mate? Local psychic Pamala Oslie has espoused her theory of aura colors to her clients for years. Recently, she decided to take her knowledge of auras online with the new Santa Barbara-based dating … Raised in Montana, Oslie came to Santa Barbara in 1971 to attend Westmont College for a bachelor of arts in sociology. more


3D Studio Gallery: 11 a.m.-5 p.m. daily. 529 State St. Charles Fazzino, 3-D Pop Artist. 730-9109. more




Complicite’s “A Disappearing Number”: Part of UCSB A&L’s National Theater Live series more

Owls storm past Rams in Condor League

Amanda Schulenberg had 14 kills to lead the Laguna Blanca girls volleyball to its 11th win in 12 matches with a 25-22 more

Westmont women suffer first home defeat of season

Kristi Kiely knows what a nationally ranked team looks like and plays like. more



Helen M. Hieronymus, died Sept. 24, in Prescott Valley Az. She was 88. Born May 19 more

Methodist Church Hires Coronado Local as New Assistant Pastor

Pastor Lisa is a graduate of Westmont College, received her Masters of Divinity at Princeton Theological Seminary and was ordained as a Minister of Word and Sacrament in the Presbyterian Church USA. Her family first moved to Coronado in 1999 when she was called to Graham Memorial Presbyterian Church. Pastor Lisa is grateful to St. Paul’s and Rev. Neal Keller for giving her the wonderful opportunity to embrace both her calls, to motherhood and to ministry, by allowing her to serve part-time as a pastor. St. Paul’s enthusiastically welcomes Pastor Lisa to their church family & looks forward to the ways in which God will use her. more