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Kids who Kare Oak Park young people learn to help others -Page 27



Kids who Kare Oak Park young people learn to help others -Page 27

Father’s Day Classic showcases top dads and top cars



The 13th annual Father’s Day Classic Weekend featuring a Concours d’Elegance and Driver’s Choice Vintage Car Show will be held from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Father’s Day, Sun., June 17 in Kingsmen Park on the California Lutheran University campus, 60 W. Olsen Road, Thousand Oaks. This year’s theme is "Automotive Elegance of the 20th Century," an overview of […]

Grin and wear it!



Grin and wear it! 4-H FUN–Members of the Shadow Hills 4-H Club in Agoura are all smiles and covered in ribbons after the Gymkhana Play Day held May 6 at the Ventura County Fairgrounds. From left to right are Danielle Rosen, Ashlee Berner, Siobhan Ashmore, leader Sharon Brumnett, Katrina Livergood and Ashley Troncatty.

School children create award-winning posters for LVMWD



More than 1,000 local elementary school students submitted posters based on the theme "Water is Life" in the Las Virgenes Municipal Water District’s annual poster contest. Joined by their families, teachers and school officials at the LVMWD board meeting, the top 10 finalists were recently presented personalized Certificates of Recognition. Each student also received colorful T-shirts – for themselves, their […]

Lions continue run at CIF title



Pete Ackermann thinks that one day his Oaks Christian softball team will appreciate their achievement. After all, not every team can say they made it to a championship game in their first year. "They don’t realize it right now, but some day, they’ll understand what a terrific accomplishment this is," said Ackermann, the Lions’ coach in the school’s inaugural year. […]

Assemblywoman says be smart about substance abuse, live to graduate When a teenager is handed a high school diploma, the future is



Assemblywoman says be smart about substance abuse, live to graduate When a teenager is handed a high school diploma, the future is bright and full of promise. It is exciting not only for the graduate, but also for his or her family and friends as well. It is also the time of year for graduation events. Unfortunately, however, all too […]

Volunteers City gives thanks to the dozens who help -Page 11



Volunteers City gives thanks to the dozens who help -Page 11

Chug down the coastline in a choo-choo



Chug down the coastline in a choo-choo Los Angeles Pierce College Extension is offering a one-day tour to enjoy the beauty of the coastal beaches and oceanfront cities as Amtrak becomes the "magic carpet" providing a unique view of the Southern California coastline and finally the San Juan Capistrano Mission. Participants will tour the mission’s beautiful gardens and visit shops […]

Library holds last reading



There’s an air of nostalgia and excitement as the last summer reading program at the Las Virgenes Library at 29130 W. Roadside Drive in Agoura Hills gets underway on June 19. By summer’s end, the library staff anticipates relocating to a larger library on Agoura Road. This summer the library will offer a variety of weekly programs for children of […]

State University committee develops new approaches on how to cope with campus drinking



The California State University (CSU) Alcohol Policies and Prevention Programs Committee, formed in December after the alcohol-related death of a CSU student and two alcohol poisoning incidents, recommended to the CSU Board of Trustees a comprehensive approach that includes consistent enforcement of policies, education on alcohol issues, intervention and treatment, a limit on alcohol vendor advertising, and $1.1 million to […]


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