Steadfast Oak Park Theater Committee won’t settle for an activity center -Page 8

Steadfast Oak Park Theater Committee won’t settle for an activity center -Page 8

Agoura hills spring brochure is ready

The city of Agoura Hills has mailed its "Spring 2001 Parks and Recreation Brochure" to all residents within the Agoura Hills city limits. If you did not receive one or live outside of the city limits, you can pick up a copy at the Recreation Center, 30610 Thousand Oaks Blvd., or at the Las Virgenes Library on Roadside Drive. Mail-in […]

Long term care to be discussed

Silverado Senior Living in Calabasas in association with American Association University Women-San Fernando Valley and AARP will present a workshop titled "Long Term Care" from 9 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Sat., March 24 on the Cal State University campus in Northridge. Program highlights will include Alzheimer’s/dementia, different care choices, legal financial issues, plus a question-and-answer session with a panel of […]

Las Virgenes National Merit Scholars named

The Las Virgenes Unified School District recently announced that it had the largest number of National Merit Scholarship finalists in the history of the school district. The students who receive this honor are eligible for various scholarships granted throughout the U.S. Students honored from Agoura High School are: Daniel F. Gruver, Philip J. Guo, Jennifer M. Lee, Joel C. Lin, […]

The new 20011/2 Passat A Volkswagen for the family

Acorn Automotive Editor

The new 20011/2 Passat A Volkswagen for the family A few years ago it was almost impossible to give a Volkswagen away. The brand was at the lowest point since its arrival in the U.S. with the original Beetle. What a change, Volkswagen is now one of the worlds largest auto manufacturers and the spectacular success of the New Beetle […]

Hopeful Condition of leukemia victim improves a little -Page 15

Hopeful Condition of leukemia victim improves a little -Page 15

Serving in Uniform

Marine Corps Lance Cpl. Carlos R. Zepeda, son of Marta V. Castellanos of Humble, Texas and Carlos E. Zepeda of Agoura Hills, recently was promoted to his current rank while serving with Headquarters and Headquarters Squadron, Marine Corps Air Station, Yuma, Ariz. Marine Corps Pfc. Evan Amarni, son of Marsha A. Amarni of Agoura Hills, recently graduated from the Marine […]

Good nutrition helps the heart

A possible solution to the workplace problem of eye strain might well be a sight for sore eyes. Computer vision syndrome (CVS) is a condition characterized by eye strain associated with prolonged computer use. More than 15 million Americans suffer from CVS and nearly 60 million computer users report that they suffer from some type of eye discomfort related to […]

Agoura High’s National Merit semifinalists advance

All 10 of Agoura High School’s National Merit semifinalists have now been named finalists. Each finalist will receive a certificate of merit and has the potential to be among the 7,900 students to be selected as winners nationally. The students earned their rankings based upon their performance on the PSAT in a program that honors and encourages students in their […]

Mayor says Home Depot comments should address the plans, not people

Late Thurs., March 8, the developer of the Home Depot project submitted a partial application to the city. A proposed site plan and building elevation are available to view at city hall. Of course, these drawings may undergo substantial revision based on staff input prior to being submitted to the planning commission. The project is likely to go to the […]