New Agoura Hills library is complete Photos by MICHAEL COONS

New Agoura Hills library is complete Photos by MICHAEL COONS THROUGH THE LOOKING GLASS—Above: Mike Dubowe, left, and his daughter, Rachel, from Agoura Hills peek into the new Agoura Hills Library to see what it looks like before its grand opening on Saturday. Below: Agoura Hills resident Russell Ford enjoys a magazine on a rainy Tuesday at the facility. The […]

Program helps food addicts

Food Addicts in Recovery Anonymous (FA) is a 12-step program that offers hope and real solutions for persons suffering from many forms of food addiction, including, but not limited to, overeating, bulimia and anorexia. The program is free, and men and women of all ages are welcome. The group meets 7:30 to 9 p.m. every Wednesday in classroom 1 of […]

Chabad of Conejo to host dinner

Chabad of the Conejo will host a dinner and concert at 7:30 p.m. on Sat., Nov. 3. The concert will feature Sam Glaser, a popular Jewish singer and composer who was the late Rabbi Shlomo Carlebach’s accompanist on West Coast tours during the last several years of the Rabbi’s life. Glaser will play some of his own compositions as well […]

Vote for Rippe

Vote for Rippe I am pleased to ask our community to support Bicky Rippe, one of my closest and trusted friends, for a seat on the Las Virgenes Unified School District’s (LVUSD) school board. My friendship with Bicky began when we worked together as principal writers on the successful completion of White Oak Elementary School’s National Blue Ribbon application. Over […]

Opposes Klamert

Opposes Klamert As a Westlake Village City Council candidate, Ron Klamert has undergone an "evolution" of his stances on important issues. At the Westlake Joint Board debate in September when all the candidates spoke, he indicated that the city council was doing a great job and that there really were no major issues in this campaign. He later publicly stated […]

Lost Hills hosts open house

HIGH UP—Jonathan Price, 7, of Bell Canyon takes a trip on a lifeline during an open house at the Malibu/Lost Hills Sheriff’s Station on Saturday. Visitors could sit in patrol cars and helicopters, watch a demonstration of a high-risk felony arrest and participate in other activities at 27050 W. Agoura Road.

Sept. 11 support groups form

Interface Children Family Services offers help for those who are experiencing stress, depression, anger, anxiety, grief or other emotions in response to the terrorist attacks on Sept. 11. Support groups for all members of the community are offered at locations in the east and west county areas of Ventura County. For more information, please call the Family Guidance clinics of […]

Holiday boutique coming Saturday

Handcrafted items, baked goods, Christmas specialties and gifts for teachers and babies will be for sale at the annual Holiday Boutique from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Sat., Nov. 3 in Alton Hall at United Methodist Church, 1049 Westlake Blvd., Westlake Village. The event is sponsored by Women’s Ministries of the church. A soup and pie lunch will be […]

Temple Adat Elohim welcomes director

Beryl Strauss joins the staff of Temple Adat Elohim as the early childhood principal. Beryl received her bachelor’s degree from Cal State Northridge and has completed coursework in Child Development from UCLA. Prior to coming to Temple Adat Elohim, Beryl was the early childhood principal at Temple Israel in Hollywood, and has taught at both preschool and elementary school levels. […]

Reelect Jordan

Reelect Jordan I was thankful when I learned that Judy Jordan is running for a fourth term on the board of education. Four years ago I supported Measure R because our school buildings were desperately in need of repair, and new schools needed to be built. The progress made by the district since passing Measure R has been phenomenal. All […]

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