Dance team heads to national championships

The 2000-01 Oak Park High School Dance Team has qualified for the USA National High School Dance Championships to be held April 6 to 7 in Long Beach. The group of six accomplished dancer-athletes is the first in Oak Park High School’s history to compete in these championships. Consisting of three juniors and three freshmen, the team qualified in the […]

New illegal U-turn voted down in Westlake

Dangerous or poorly designed U-turns are frequently the cause of vehicle accidents. The law states that motorists cannot make a U-turn in the middle of a city street, unless at an intersection and many intersections prohibit U-turns for safety. Recently, the city of Westlake has been receiving increased complaints about the danger of a specific U-turn on Agoura Road. Drivers […]

Deadline to ‘storytellers’ approaches

Performances to Grow On will present the Village of Tales Storytelling Festival on May 4, 5 and 6 in Ojai. More than 25 different events are scheduled over the weekend at a variety of locations in downtown Ojai for families and adults including evening concerts with all the storytellers, solo performances, duets, concerts just for kids and workshops. Highlights include […]

School color to stay the same for now

The final color of Oaks Christian High School remains uncertain. The Westlake Village City Council punted last week and left the decision in the hands of the city’s Land-Use Committee and the school. When additional work at playing fields on the campus was discussed in February, councilmem-bers revealed that they disliked the exterior color of the school, describing it as […]

Inside the Warrior Dugout

Inside the Warrior Dugout by Jamie Hesselgesser The delicate balance between academic achievement and athletic success can be quite difficult for a young athlete. High school subjects get progressively harder as one moves from freshman to senior year. Now add dedication to a sport in the mix and you better keep your sights on track. Being dedicated involves working hard […]

Ballet troupe salutes Big Band era on April 8

State Street Ballet of Santa Barbara will perform its salute to the Swing Era titled "Not So Strictly Ballroom" at 3 p.m., Sun., April 8 in the Performing Arts Center at Cal State Northridge. "Ballroom" captures the energy and verve of the Swing era in a trio of ballets: "Eight by Benny Goodman," set to original Goodman recordings from 1939-1946; […]

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