2006-04-13

Protect horses from virus



The California Department of Food and Agriculture (CDFA) is reminding horse owners across the state to make sure their animals are properly vaccinated. Last year, 456 horses in the state were known to have contracted West Nile virus resulting in 200 deaths. In the majority of those cases the horses were either not vaccinated or vaccinated improperly. “Outbreaks of West […]

Arthritis class helps to ease pains



Do you have arthritis or another debilitating disease? Does the disease keep you from doing the things you have always done and like to do? There is help. Registration is open for the Arthritis Foundation Self-Help Course which helps those with arthritis, fibromyalgia, lupus and other chronic pain issues to learn about their disease and how to live a more […]

These little piggies love to act



Pastor considers the ministry a privilege



“It’s a privilege to be called because all of us are called to be in a ministry for Jesus,” said the Rev. Mark Schaefer, senior pastor of St. Paul Lutheran Church in Agoura Hills. “There could be nothing better than a calling as a pastor,” he said, describing it as a commitment to “raise others to the job and prepare […]

Westlake wall should be a lesson



The dreaded “Westlake Wall” at Lindero Canyon is now unanimously held to be a nightmarish eyesore and is only marginally less visually offensive than the hideous structures it houses. Although some fought to prevent it, I am guessing that many who were apathetic in voicing their objections now wish they had. Beautiful ridgelines and mountain views that originally provoked locals […]

This Oak Park Townhome Has Mountain Views From Every Room



Whether you’re a firsttime buyer, an investor or have a roommate, this Oak Park 2-story, 2-bedroom townhome has mountain views from every room in the Oak Park community of Shadow Ridge. The second floor has dual master suites, each with its own private balcony, walk0-iun closet and full bath. The entry level has newly installed maple wood-like floors extending through […]

Youth of the Year has sights set high



Exercise will be fun on new equipment



Students make dean’s List



Oak Park resident Andrew Graham, the son of Rhonda Dimmette, has been named to the dean’s list for the fall 2005 semester at Azusa Pacific University, where he is a music major. The Christian, evangelical university is in the San Gabriel Valley. John Flessner, the son of Judith and Todd Flessner of Oak Park, has been named to the dean’s […]

Survivor to discuss Holocaust



Local psychologist and Holocaust survivor Dr. Erica Miller will speak during services at 7:30 p.m. on Fri., April 21 at Temple Beth Haverim in Agoura Hills. The talk is taking place in honor of Yom Hashoa, Holocaust Memorial Day on April 25. Born in Romania, Miller, 72, will discuss her experiences during the Holocaust, her subsequent service in the Israeli […]


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