2001-11-29

Sheriff’s blotter Agoura Hills



Sheriff’s blotter Agoura Hills A wristwatch valued at $2,000 was stolen at a business in the 5100 block of Clareton Drive between 4 and 4:30 p.m. Oct. 11. Calabasas An SUV window had $200 damage and a purse, Palm Pilot and Calvin Klein eyewear were stolen ($1,120 additional loss). The vehicle break-in occurred between 6:15 and 7:45 p.m. Nov. 12 […]

Special education story criticized one last time



Special education story criticized one last time Your article, "Special education critics speak out in Oak Park" (Oct. 25), is so misguided; it makes me wonder if your reporter attended the same meeting I did. That article omitted at least two-thirds of the meeting: (1) statements from two representatives of special education teachers, (2) statements from two representatives of parents, […]

New political action organization forming Conejo Valley-Las Virgenes



New political action organization forming Conejo Valley-Las Virgenes George Thomas, a challenger in the recent Agoura Hills City Council election, has announced the formation of a citizens’ activist group that he hopes will make an impact. Called the Conejo Las Virgenes Citizens Alliance (CLVCA), the organization’s broad goals include reducing traffic, improving quality of life, building additional community facilities and […]

Sailors celebrate Turkey Day Regatta



Babysitters should know first aid



1. True or false: Use butter to relieve a burn. 2. True or false: Place an object in the mouth of a seizing child. As a parent, do you know the correct answers? Does your babysitter? To make sure your babysitter knows what to do in a crisis, the Council on Family Health (CFH) has created the Babysitter Center, a […]

Adat Elohim to host Jewish educator Subject will be ‘Israel: Promise of Pain-Myth or Reality’



Adat Elohim to host Jewish educator Subject will be ‘Israel: Promise of Pain-Myth or Reality’ Gerald Bubis will be visiting scholar at Temple Adat Elohim’s Shabbat evening services beginning at 7:30 p.m., Nov. 30, and at the Torah study at 8:45a.m., Dec. 1. The topic of his lecture will be "Israel: Promise of Pain- Myth or Reality." Bubis is founding […]

Mini owner says they’re fun, but he warns of problems



Regarding your article on the new (BMW) Mini (Nov. 15, "The Mini is coming …"), I feel you have done your readers a tremendous disservice by not mentioning the shortcomings of the Mini. As an owner of more Minis than my wife would prefer, your readers should know: They have problems, the biggest of which is figuring out how to […]

Applications now available for Agoura Hills Planning Commission



Applications now available for Agoura Hills Planning Commission Applications for the planning commission in the city of Agoura Hills are available at City Hall, 30001 Ladyface Court, Agoura Hills. The terms of current commissioners expire on Jan. 10. Any resident of the city interested in being considered for the commission should call the city clerk’s office at (818) 597-7303 or […]

Indian Hills artwork on display



Indian Hills artwork on display The city of Calabasas Library is hosting an exhibit of artwork by students from Indian Hills High School. Inspired by primitive art and the works of Picasso and Braque, the oil paintings were completed this fall in teacher Lynn Coleman’s class. The exhibit runs through Dec. 8. The library is at 26135 Mureau Road, Ste. […]

Wellness Community announces December cancer support programs



Wellness Community announces December cancer support programs The Wellness Community, Valley/Ventura offers ongoing programs and support groups for people with cancer and their families and/or caregivers. Offered at no cost, the programs aim to educate, inform, comfort and encourage cancer patients in their fight for recovery. For detailed information on any of these free programs that offer psychological, social and […]


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