2005-06-02

Stores caught in sting



The Lost Hills Sheriff’s Station had an 18-year-old “decoy” attempt to purchase alcoholic beverage from 11 local establishments licensed by the Alcoholic Beverage Control Department and said that the businesses that sold alcohol to the underage youth included Blue of 5017 Lewis Road in Agoura Hills and Village Market of 5667 Las Virgenes Canyon Road in Calabasas. Locations that checked […]

Fifth-grader recognized for math, verbal skills



Chamber networking breakfast comes to Terri’s Café



The Agoura/Oak Park/Conejo Valley Chamber of Commerce will host its networking breakfast at 7:30 a.m. Tues., June 7 at Terri’s Café, 30135 Agoura Road, Agoura Hills. Guest speakers will be James Bognet, chief deputy for Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger, who will speak on economic development, and Tony Coroalles, new city manager of Calabasas. The cost to attend is $10 and new […]

Bikel to perform at Chabad gala



Chabad of the Conejo will host its annual gala banquet at 5:30 p.m. Wed., June 15 at the Thousand Oaks Civic Arts Plaza, preceding a concert by famed entertainer Theodore Bikel. Chabad will pay tribute to Martin and Joy Teitelbaum, the gala’s honorees. “This is a couple deeply concerned with the material and spiritual welfare of others,” said Rabbi Moshe […]

No need for Lowe’s big box



I moved my family here a year ago from my dream house in Marina del Rey near the beach. Why did we move 40 miles from all our family and friends? The great schools, the lack of traffic, the clean air, and the nice way that the communities out here in Agoura, Calabasas, Westlake, and Thousand Oaks are planned. These […]

Expanded and Customized Home



This expanded and customized Oak Park home has over 4,300 sq. ft. on one level. Along with 4-bedrooms, the home features an enormous great room with den/office, a remodeled kitchen with granite and stainless steel, and dining room with a fireplace. A home theater, plantation shutters and 12 x 12 laundry room all add to the comfort and beauty of […]

Deputies host fundraiser



Adult programs available this summer at Pierce College



The Encore and Oasis Older Adult Programs will host registration for summer classes from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Wed., June 15 at the Pierce College Campus Center, 6201 Winnetka Ave., Woodland Hills. Parking is available in Lot No. 7. These programs offer a broad range of classes for older adults including health and wellness, art, music, literature, finance, computers, […]

School band performs at Disneyland



Wearing their black band T-shirts, instruments in hand, 45 advanced band members from Medea Creek Middle School in Oak Park waited expectantly on the stage at a high school near Disneyland for the signal from their teacher and conductor, Elayne Roesner. Roesner lifted her arms and the students began playing a patriotic piece called “American Heroes March,” by Mark Williams. […]

Mountains Restoration Trust conducts family fun day

Water quality issues to be discussed

Streams in the Santa Monica Mountains are important headwaters of the Los Angeles River that end up in the Pacific Ocean. Mountains Restoration Trust Headwaters Corner Interpretive Center and the city of Calabasas are co-sponsoring an event where individuals of all ages can learn about water quality and the intricate connection of land and sea through hands-on fun. The “Stream […]


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