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It is once again nearing the time when Ojai Valley residents get to vote for the businesses that were their favorites over the past year.
The Ojai Valley News will open voting in its 2014 Best of the Ojai Valley contest Aug. 1 at 12:01 a.m. Voting will end Sept. 15 at noon and the results will be published in the 2014 Best of the Ojai Valley supplement that will be included in the Oct. 17 edition of the Ojai Valley News.

Like last year, voting will be entirely electronic. Unlike years past, however, instead of going to a third party survey website, the survey will be hosted on www.ojaivalleynews.com, the Ojai Valley News and Ojai Valley Visitors Guide website.
“We work hard to find new and innovative ways to make the contest as fair as possible, but also keep the fun in it for our voters,” explained Ojai Valley News publisher Tim Dewar. “This year, everyone who wants to vote will register on our website first. Current subscribers will be able to vote without registering again as soon as the survey is posted. Non-subscribers will have to fill out a short form and purchase viagra overnight delivery verify their email address before voting. That way,” Dewar explained, “we can make sure people are only voting once and will be better able to administer the survey.”
Last year, according to Dewar, 41,307 votes were recorded from 1,413 voters answering 132 questions. This year, there are 134 questions and voters can skip any they wish. Each question will also allow voters to "write-in" an answer if their favorite is not included in the menu list.
“Businesses getting the highest percentage of votes are those that will be included in the following year's list,” Dewar added.  “So write-in votes are important not only in helping businesses win this year, but in having them included in that question’s list next year.”
To become a registered user, voters must go to www.ojaivalleynews.com and click on the “create an account” link inside the login box near the top left side of the page. After supplying a username and password that can be linked to a valid email address, voters will need to verify their registration by clicking the link contained in the email the system will send to them.  Dewar said this information will never be sold or given to a third party and will not be used for purposes other than the administration of the Best of the Ojai Valley survey.
To begin the survey, voters should log in to the site using the login box near the top of the home page and then follow the Best of Ojai Valley contest link in the menu bar at the top of the home page.
To help voters find the questions that most interest them, the survey is segregated into services, retail, food & drink, health & beauty and other sections. Voters can skip categories by scrolling to the bottom of each page and clicking the next button.

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New-look Rangers host Hueneme in season-opener

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Ojai Valley News photo by Ken Brown

Brendon Looker (right) has emerged as a full-time player for NHS and will see action on offense, defense and special teams this fall.

Mike Miller, Ojai Valley News sports editor

After a long off-season, the new-look Nordhoff High School (NHS) Rangers will hit the gridiron Aug. 26 when they host the Hueneme Vikings in their season opener.

The Rangers’ first-year head coach Lance Wiggins understands that this year's team will be impacted by a diminished roster.

“We are going to have a number of players going

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Girls’ volleyball teams look to have higher net attendance

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Ojai Valley News photo by Holly Roberts

The Nordhoff girls’ volleyball team, shown here in last season action, is primed and ready to have another successful season in 2016.

Ted Cotti, Ojai Valley News correspondent

During the fall sports season in the Ojai Valley, football garners most of the attention. However, girls’ volleyball is the most popular sport, in terms of the number of local schools who field varsity teams.

Nordhoff High School, Villanova Preparatory School, The Thacher School, Besant Hill School, Oak Grove School and Ojai Valley School

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Chiefs I.E. capture Callender Cup

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Kenny Wiksell eyes his tee shot in the Sundowner Golf League's season finale at the Soule Park Golf Course.

Ted Cotti, Ojai Valley News correspondent

Paced by 39 points from R.J. Cutting and 37 each from Kenny Wiksell and James Casey, Chiefs I.E. defended its Sundowners Golf League title and captured the 2016 Callender Cup, holding off Weapons of Grass Destruction by four points.

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Edwards emerging as top triathlon athlete

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Nordhoff High School student Tess Edwards hammers the run portion of the USA Triathlon 2016 Junior Regional Championship triathlon earlier this month in Santa Cruz.

Tess Edwards, from Ojai, competed in Santa Cruz at the USA Triathlon 2016 Junior Regional Championship sprint distance triathlon earlier this month and generic versions of cialis from canada came home with a gold medal.

Edwards won the 13- to 15-year-old girls’ age group with a time of 1:19:19.9 for the 750-meter swim, 20-kilometer bike ride and 5-kilometer run.

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Brockman one-hops an ace at Soule

Ojai’s Bruce Brockman recorded his second career hole-in-one Aug. 21 at Soule Park Golf Course.

Brockman one-hopped a 9-iron into the third hole, which plays 135 yards. "We saw it bounce and then didn't see it," Brockman said.

His only other ace came in Wisconsin.

Witnesses to his ace included Bridge, Bryan and Carly Brockman and Jessica Tsao.

Blue and Sold: Annual scrimmage shows young team is buying into changes

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Ojai Valley News photos by Ken Brown

Nordhoff High School sophomore Colby Stevens (left) goes low to tackle senior running back Scott Barron.

Mike Miller, Ojai Valley News sports editor

The Nordhoff High School (NHS) Rangers football team got some live hitting action in during its annual Blue and Gold Scrimmage Aug. 13 under the lights of the Ojai Valley Community Stadium.

Overall, first-year head coach Lance Wiggins said he liked what he saw from his team despite having

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Nordhoff set to honor 2016 Hall of Fame class

Back on Jan. 16, 1987 the first 10 members of the Nordhoff High School (NHS) Athletic Hall of Fame were inducted.

Counting this year's class, 104 athletes and 10 administrators, teachers and best prices on viagra use coaches have become members of this elite group.

This year’s class will be honored at Nordhoff’s first home football game, Aug. 26 at 7 p.m. against Hueneme

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Chiefs ride Wiksell to victory

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Scott Snowbarger hits a shot during Sundowner Golf League action recently.

James Casey, Ojai Valley News correspondent

The Sundowner Golf League regular season came to a close Aug. 16 at Soule Park Golf Course. The team of Chiefs IE was able to hang on to the top spot after 16 weeks of play.

The Chiefs were once again led by the play of Ken Wiksell who shot a gross 37 for 20 points to pace his team. He scored 304

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Soule Park Men in a shamble

Ted Cotti, Ojai Valley News correspondent

In its final tuneup before next month's 2016 club championships, the Soule Park Men's Club competed in a two-best-ball shamble Saturday, Aug. 13.

The foursome of Scott Snowbarger, Bob Ridgway, John Obraza and Jim Doyle captured the gross flight title, firing a 17-under-par 127. They started the day with a pair of birdies on the first hole and finished with an eagle and a bird on 18.

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Casitas Rowing offering free trial

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The Casitas Rowing Team will offer a free two-week trial for high school students beginning Aug. 27 at 8:30 a.m. Interested athletes can call 642-2288 to sign up.  


‘It is what it is’: Tough opponents await Nordhoff football program

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Ojai Valley News photo by Holly Roberts

Nordhoff High School junior Parker Johnsen has earned the starting job at quarterback for the Rangers.

Mike Miller, Ojai Valley News sports editor

With the start of the 2016 high school football season right around the corner, the Nordhoff High School (NHS) Rangers are gearing up for their home opener Aug. 28 against the Hueneme Vikings. After an ugly 2015 season, the Rangers are in rebuilding mode under new head coach Lance Wiggins. While he is optimistic about the team he’ll put on the field, things have not

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A lasting legacy

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Two longtime teachers and Hall of Fame coaches at Nordhoff High School (NHS) passed away this summer.

According to colleagues and former students at NHS, Warren Glaser and John Harnett were extraordinary men who left their mark on the school and the youth of the Ojai Valley.

Glaser (1937-2016) graduated from Nordhoff in 1954 and eventually came back to his alma mater


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Chiefs I.E. remain atop standings

Robin Williams and http://www.radiouniwersytet.pl/price-viagra Bruce Leichtfuss fired the week's low-gross 1-under par 35 in the penultimate week of Sundowners Golf League play Tuesday at Soule Park.

Leichtfuss combined with Chiefs I.E. teammates Troy Erickson (36) and James Casey (36) to post the season's team-gross low 107. Chiefs I.E. remains in first place

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