Oak Park website awarded

It’s Friday morning and Harvey Kern sits at the local coffee shop to take a breather following last week’s massive brush fires which threatened many Oak Park homes, his included. Kern, a resident of Oak Park for over 35 years, voluntarily evacuated his home when Ventura County Supervisor Linda Parks called a little before 1 a.m. Thursday morning to notify […]

Memory Walk rescheduled

Due to the fires and poor air quality, the Memory Walk for Alzheimer’s at Gardens of the World in Thousand Oaks that was scheduled for Oct. 1 has been rescheduled for Sun., Oct. 30. The walk, which raises money to combat Alzheimer’s disease and serve families in Ventura County, will begin at 9:30 a.m. with games, food, family activities and […]

Center for Personal Power moves to larger offices

The Center for Personal Power has moved to larger offices that include a workshop area. Now at 1429 E. Thousand Oaks Blvd., Ste. 202A, the Center offers solutions to excessive stress, smoking cessation, weight management, pain control, procrastination, feelings of insecurity, building self-confidence, communication problems at work and at home, and more. In addition to offering individual sessions, the Center […]

Reyes Adobe race nears

With the kickoff of Reyes Adobe Days only two weeks away, spots remain open for the first-ever Reyes Adobe Days (RAD) 8K Race. RAD is organized by the same people who put on the annual Great Race of Agoura. The race starts at the 155-yearold Reyes Adobe and heads downhill toward the 2,000-ft. Lady Race Mountain. It’s a rolling course […]

Dance school opens studio in Calabasas

A Step in Time School of Dance is pleased to be in Calabasas for the beginning of their 17th season. The new facility features two large studios with wood floors, a study room for students, and reception area for parents to view their child’s progress through window walls in each studio. In addition, the school offers classes in ballet, pointe, […]

Fact check

I am responding to Stanley Lamport’s letter of Sept. 29. His client, Brian Boudreau, sued Mary Hubbard, who happens to be my mother, for being false and misleading, but in this letter he was, in my opinion, false and misleading. Stanley states in his letter, “Judge Janavs did not validate Ms. Hubbard’s argument. She found most of the argument against […]

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Navy Reserve Midshipmen Stephen J. Faltemier and Mitchell E. Ratinoff were recently sworn into the Naval Reserve Officer Training Corps at USC. Faltemier is the son of Sharon and James Faltemier of Westlake Village and a 2005 graduate of Westlake High School. Ratinoff is a 2004 graduate of Viewpont School in Calabasas. Navy Cmdr. David J. Silkey departed on a […]

Equine event good time for horsin’ around

Equestrian Trails, Inc. (ETI Corral 36) will host a public Equine Symposium from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Sat., Oct. 15 at Soka University of America’s Calabasas campus, 26800 W. Mulholland Hwy. Admission to the multi-speaker event, which covers horser e l a t e d t o p i c s f r o m health to law and […]

ISWest named to top list

Agoura Hills-based Internet service provider ISWest has been named one of the top 50 fastest growing technology companies in Los Angeles in 2005 by Deloitte, one of the nation’s leading professional services firms. ISWest ranked 22nd for growing 218 percent over the past five years. The company has placed three consecutive times on Deloitte’s Fast 50, which ranks the 50 […]

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Royal head coach Gene Uebelhardt told me my eyes looked tired as we stood together on Buena High’s fog-shrouded football field late Saturday night and discussed his team’s 24-21 victory over Westlake, the Highlanders first defeat of the Warriors since 1991. The coach was right, I was exhausted. After all, I had just embarked on a self-imposed football odyssey, a […]

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