Teen proves he has a ‘warrior’s heart’

Canoga’s golden reunion planned

Canoga Park High School’s Class of 1956 is hosting its 50year reunion in Woodland Hills on the weekend of June 16 to 18. Those having information on classmates or wishing to make reservations for the activities should call the following for additional information: Charlene at (818) 701-7679 or Margo at (805) 552-9117.

Strawberry fields forever

TASTES GREAT–Above, children from Oak Park Neighborhood school and their parents get an up-close tour of Underwood Family Farms in Moorpark during a recent field trip. Below, Alyssa Ludwig, 5, of Oak Park enjoys picking (and eating) fresh strawberries during the trip.

The dumbing down of America

Regarding “D’s and F’s: the new C’s and D’s?” it should come as no surprise that eventually the Las Virgenes Unified School District would catch up to a large part of the country in the “dumbingdown of America” and that the relatively high quality of education in this district, which is recognized and appreciated, cannot delay for long the under-achievement […]

Agoura Hills 3 Bedroom Home with a Large Country Kitchen

The Ovdat Team is pleased to announce their new listing of an Agoura Hills single-story with 3bedrooms and 2-baths, soar ing vaulted ceilings and newer dual pane doors and windows. The large country kitchen has a picturesque saltillo tile floor, vaulted ceilings with skylights and newer stainless steel appliances. The living room offers a brick fireplace, light pergo-style flooring and […]

Kevin Godley

Kevin Godley of Re/ Max Olson and Associates Inc., North Ranch office in Westlake Village, has been commended by broker/ owner Todd C. Olson and President Keith Myers for his sales production in March with sales totaling more than 1.5 million. He also received accolades for achieving “Chairman Circle” status for 2005. This honor places him in the top 2 […]

Scouts make new rank

Jeremy Burgess and Thomas Hazard, members of Boy Scout Troop 22 in Woodland Hills, recently achieved the rank of Eagle Scout. Jeremy’s project was building a memorial garden and waterfall at the Prince of Peace Episcopal Church in Woodland Hills. He is a senior currently attending Oak Park Independent School and Pierce College, and plans to attend UCLA this fall. […]

Letter carriers to conduct food drive

On Sat., May 13, the National Association of Letter Carriers will conduct its 14th annual Stamp Out Hunger! food drive in an effort to help fight hunger across the nation, the largest single-day food drive conducted by any organization. It’s made possible by the n a t i o n ‘ s 240,000 letter carriers who collect nonperishable food items […]

Calling all Purple Heart recipients

A nationwide search is underway for Purple Heart medal recipients to share stories, photos and other objects to be included in the nation’s only Purple Heart museum. The National Purple Heart Hall of Honor museum is slated to launch its exhibits before the end of the year in New York and, later, on the Internet for visitors around the country […]

Coyotes refuse to wilt in thrilling league playoff chase

Baseball team shows heart down the stretch

A win-or-go-home mentality has brought out the best in the Calabasas baseball team. After concluding the month of April with an 11-6 loss to Agoura, the Coyotes found themselves near the bottom of the Marmonte League standings with just three games remaining. One more loss in league and Calabasas’ season was as good as done. The players knew it. The […]

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