Yearly Archives: 2011

Goleta Resident Helping Dream Trip Come True for Students in Alaskan Village

Imagine growing up on a small island in a village of only 40 people. The only connection to the outside world comes through a mail plane about twice a week, depending on the weather. For the 12 schoolchildren of Stony River, Alaska, this is their world. more

Week in Sports

J.R. Richards Gym at Santa Barbara High will be the site of some high-powered volleyball Friday and Saturday (April 15-16) during the Karch Kiraly Tournament of Champions. It features the No. 1 and No. 2 teams in the CIF Southern Section Division 1 rankings – Mira Costa and Santa Margarita – as well as San Jose’s Bellarmine Prep, which won its third consecutive Dos Pueblos Invitational championship a month ago. more

Nipomo needs just five to take softball win at Santa Ynez

Courtney Cuzick and her Nipomo High softball teammates needed just five innings to make their point Wednesday in an 11-1 victory at Santa Ynez. more

Westmont Installs Sculpture of Former President David Winter and His Wife

Workers have installed a new bronze statue of former Westmont College president David Winter walking with wife, Helene, outside the entrance to Winter Hall for Science and Mathematics. more

Bronzed Winters at Westmont

Workers installed a new bronze statue of former Westmont president David K. Winter walking with wife, Helene, outside the entrance to Winter Hall for Science and Mathematics. Encinitas-based artists T.J. Dixon and James Nelson created the life-sized sculpture and delivered it to campus April 11. more

Point Loma sweeps Westmont

Westmont baseball lost both ends of a Golden State Athletic Conference doubleheader at Point Loma Nazarene (21-16, 16-13) on Wednesday, falling 14-1 in the first game and 7-6 in the second. more

Decision to hire is inherently a business decision

The first quarter of 2011 is wrapping up and the job figures continue to disappoint. more

Westmont diamond chosen No. 1 in country

At the ripe old age of 23, Westmont baseball’s lead groundskeeper, Travis McClain, more

Westmont men take down No. 4-ranked Azusa

Four days after defeating Point Loma Nazarene, the No. 6 team in the NAIA national rankings, Westmont men’s tennis took out No.4 Azusa Pacific. The seventh-ranked Warriors swept doubles action on their way to a 5-4 victory. more

Dos Pueblos High School Says Hello to ‘Dolly!’

The newly named Elings Performing Arts Center at Dos Pueblos High School will come to life with a fully staged production of the classic musical Hello, Dolly!, with performances at 7 p.m. April 15, 16, 21, 22 and 23 and matinees at 2 p.m. April 16 and 23. more