Board elects officers, seeks additional trustee

The Community Foundation for Oak Park Board of Trustees has elected its officers for the year 2004. Continuing to serve as president is David Ross, long-time resident of Oak Park. Others include Eva Larson, vice president; Diane Milavetz, treasurer; and Harvey Kern, secretary. Other current trustees are Karen Onifer, Eugene Wedge, and Sherwyn Samuels. Also, Steve Iceland represents the Oak […]

Oak Park sophomore earns Eagle Scout rank

Agoura Hills Internet service offers jobs

Continued business growth has prompted Agoura Hills-based ISWest to hire five more staff members this year, a reflection of the company’s "commitment to provide the best service and support" to small- and medium-sized businesses. Founded in 1996, ISWest has expanded quickly over the past eight years through five acquisitions, customer loyalty and referrals. Last year, the company grew about 30 […]


A golf bag and golf clubs valued at about $3,000 were stolen in the 4500 block of Park Entrada. The victim left the clubs at the curb while he parked his vehicle at 11:10 a.m. March 30. When he returned to the curb to collect the bag of clubs, they were gone. Westlake Village Remodeling workers had access to a […]

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The results are in and competition for admission at the most prestigious colleges continues to be intense. At Harvard, more than half of the 19,750 applicants scored 1,400 or above on the SAT, and with its 10 percent acceptance rate, the school turned away thousands of highly qualified students. At Dartmouth, average SAT scores jumped 15 points to a record-high […]

Youngsters enjoy open space

Boy Scouts ask for help with bowling fundraiser

Boy Scout Troop No. 775 of Westlake Village will present its main fundraising event of the year, the Cosmic Bowl-A-Thon tournament, luncheon and raffle, on Sun., May 2 at Brunswick Valley Bowl, Simi Valley. All funds raised go to the Scouts for the purchase of camping gear and equipment and to offset the costs of Scout outings. The troop, one […]

CSUN to display rare Chinese antiquities

A collection of Chinese antiquities spanning more than 6,000 years of Chinese history will go on display Thurs., April 22, in the Oviatt Library at California State University, Northridge, 18111 Nordhoff St. in Northridge. The exhibit, "Possessing the Past: Mysteries of Ancient Chinese Art," is the first public showing of the Tseng Family Collection. It includes more than 100 pieces […]

St. Maximilian Kolbe to host fundraising golf tournament

St. Maximilian Kolbe Catholic Church will present its 10th annual Golf Classic & Awards Dinner on Mon., May 3 at North Ranch Country Club, 4761 Valley Spring Drive, Westlake Village. The deadline for registration is Mon., April 26. The cost to participate is $250 per person. Sponsorship opportunities range from $250 to $2,500. Proceeds from this annual fundraiser have traditionally […]

Get ready for worse news at the gas pump

Get ready for worse news at the gas pump Get ready for worse news at the gas pump The Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) is cutting production of crude oil, and that’s bad news for the rest of the world. America’s traditional summer surge in gasoline prices will arrive faster and hit harder this year. Get ready for […]