Truck comes in for crash landing in Calabasas

Ponies on parade And the winners are . . .

Outstanding students recognized

SHINING STARS—Hidden Hills City Council honors several students who won kudos for academic achievement. Among those recognized are, above, Round Meadow Elementary students who earned the President’s Education Award for Outstanding Academic Excellence, from left, Caitlin Goldstein, Emma Beriker, Jessy Morner-Ritt, Veronica Black and Grace Balsamo-Gillis. Right, Viewpoint scholars Andrew Steele and Blake Biesswanger are inducted into the Viewpoint School […]

Potter is back

Chamber collaborative

Recently I spoke on behalf of the Agoura/Oak Park/Conejo Valley Chamber of Commerce at the Thousand Oaks City Council meeting to support our joint effort to form a Conejo Valley tourism collaborative. Our Chamber is committed to one common goal of exchanging dollars to strengthen our school districts and law enforcement and assist in funding much-needed city projects. On a […]

Updated Cul-de-sac Home

This immaculate 3bedroom, 2-bathroom home has been completely updated and is set in an ideal cul-de-sac location close to everything. The home has great curb appeal with a stamped concrete driveway plus well-manicured landscaping. A leaded glass front door adds to the elegance of the tile floored entry. The living room offers vaulted ceilings plus a sliding glass door to […]

Marijuana plants found in Newbury Park

Interns learn wildlife rehab

Eight college students from around the country are working as wildlife rehabilitation interns this summer at the California Wildlife Center (CWC). The internships give college students a chance to experience what a career in wildlife rehabilitation involves. Their tasks range from assisting CWC personnel with veterinary procedures and necropsies, to preparing food, cleaning cages and feeding the animals. The CWC […]

Fein makes dean’s list

Kara Elizabeth Fein, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Steven Fein of Agoura Hills, has been named to the spring 2005 Dean’s List for the Peabody College of Education and Human Development at Vanderbilt University in Nashville, Tenn. To qualify, a student must receive grades equivalent to a 3.5 on a 4.0 scale for the semester.

Free annual winetasting in Ventura

Leeward Winery will host the annual “Taste of Ventura” from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Sat. and Sun., July 30 and 31, at 2784 Johnson Drive, Ventura. This free event will feature varietal wines for tasting from Central Coast vineyards. Wines available include chardonnay, pinto gris, syrah, pinot noir and zinfandel. Leeward will also pour merlot and cabernet sauvignon from […]