2005-11-03

Harry Potter day coming to library



The city of Calabasas Library will host a free Harry Potter event from 11 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Sat., Nov. 5 at 23975 Park Sorrento St., Calabasas. At 11 a.m. magician Tony Daniels help celebrate the upcoming film, “Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire.” A drawing for “Harry Potter surprises” will be at 12:30 p.m. After the drawing, participants […]

Measure D will protect open space



The desire to exercise local control over land use issues was one of the primary motivating factors for the incorporation of Calabasas in 1991 and it ranks high among the many reasons why we chose to live here today. On election day, voters will have an historic opportunity to demonstrate their continued commitment to the values which define our community […]

Larry Stern



Larry Stern, previews estates director and broker associate, has been congratulated by Bob Verna, branch manager of Coldwell Banker Westlake Village Centre, for his outstanding activity. In a recent 30-day period, Stern had more than $8.3 million in production. Stern has lived in the Conejo Valley area more than 30 years, having bought and sold over $900 million of real […]

Private Yard and Patio Plus Community Pool



This clean starter townhome offers three bedrooms and two baths. Features include garage, balcony, private yard and patio, plus a community pool and clubhouse. The seller had new paint and carpet done in September 2005. For more information on this home priced at $435,000, call Fred G. Orsinger of Coldwell Banker Westlake Village Centre at (805) 370-2818.

Denis Weber seeks fourth term Election 2005



Denis Weber, the only incumbent running for the Agoura Hills City Council, has been a mover and shaker in the community for more than a decade. Weber is one of six candidates vying for three council seats in the Nov. 8 election. If elected, Weber will serve his fourth term. Weber launched the city’s open space task force eight years […]

Take Your Acorn on Vacation



Fair weather festivities FUN DAYS—Autumn is the time for families to gather in the great outdoors before winter’s chill sets in (at least that’s the way it is up north). It’s also time for annual school carnivals. Below, students at Chaparral Elementary School compete in a hula hoop contest at the school’s carnival last Sunday. Left, Harrison Wong, 8, from […]

West Hills Hospital to host diabetes workshop

Managing diabetes series will touch on guidelines, diet, exercise

West Hills Hospital will present a three-part diabetes workshop this month on the hospital campus at 7300 Medical Center Drive, West Hills. Tues., Nov. 15: Part I in the Hospital Education Center will explain the American Diabetes Association guidelines on how to effectively manage diabetes and how to check blood sugar, food, pills and insulin. Tues., Nov. 22: Part II […]

Viewpoint girls’ volleyball team captures second consecutive Liberty League title

Lady Patriots now preparing for CIF playoffs

Wrapping up a second consecutive Liberty League girls’ volleyball championship against their adversaries from Providence was a perfect Senior Night sendoff for Viewpoint’s Marisa Fair and Becky Acosta. Tuesday night at home, Fair and Acosta powered the Patriots to a four-game victory (25-17, 2520, 24-26, 25-20) over Providence (21-5, 8-2 in league), clinching the league title outright for Viewpoint. “This […]

Receiving a helping hand



Todd August for city council



I am pleased to endorse Todd August for Agoura City Council. Todd has taken the time to meet with many local leaders like myself, to review his thoughts on addressing complex issues, such as traffic congestion and sustainable funding for our schools. What comes through loud and clear is a passion and energy to try new ideas to tackle longstanding […]


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