2006-05-18

Year-round Home Energy Saving Tips



With spring in the air, many Americans are ready to breathe a sigh of relief at the thought of warmer weather and lower utility bills. However, a newly released energy report paints a chillier picture. The U.S. Energy Information Administration released its Annual Energy Outlook 2006 (AEO2006) report, which evaluates and projects a wide range of trends and issues that […]

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Visit senior resource center



During this year’s observance of Older Americans Month in May, SCAN Health Plan invites local seniors to visit their recently opened Senior Connections Resource Center at 1001 Partridge Drive, Suite 200 in Ventura. Staffed by community resource specialists, the center is a relaxed setting where seniors or their loved ones can find the services they may need. At the center, […]

Oak Park lacrosse team to play for state championship

Eagles will travel to Palo Alto this weekend

Having conquered Southern California with ease, Oak Park’s lacrosse team now heads north with dreams of capturing a state championship. The Eagles breezed through the Southern California Lacrosse Association (SCLA) regular-season schedule with a perfect 13-0 record. Oak Park’s on-field efforts landed the team a No. 1 ranking in the LAXPower.com state lacrosse rankings. In the SCLA playoffs, Oak Park […]

Play explores relationship woes



The drama “True Companions” will close its three-week run at 7 p.m. Sat., May 20 at Christian Church of the Hills, 29295 Agoura Road, Agoura Hills. The performance, recommended for mature audiences, features a professional cast mixing Christian comedy, music and realism in dealing with modern-day problems in relationships faced by most people. The question the production asks is, “What […]

Agoura Village opponents circle the wagons



At the public hearing of the city planning commission on April 20, the final environmental report and specific plan for Agoura Village were presented by the city staff to consider their adoption and certification. There are at least two major issues the report does not take into serious consideration: the traffic on Kanan Road and the proposed high residential units. […]

Clean up dirty campaigns



Mudslinging during political campaigns is as American as baseball and apple pie. It’s just not as nice. In fact, dirty campaigning is older than baseball. In 1796, the first presidential campaign that didn’t involve George Washington, John Adams was described as a gross and shameless monarchist and Thomas Jefferson was called an atheist and coward, according to “John Adams,” a […]

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A variety of events and performances are planned at the Agoura Hills Library. At 6:30 p.m. on Wed., May 24 the community is invited to celebrate the 250th birthday of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart. The “Opera Tales” program will retell stories of Mozart’s most famous operas, including “The Magic Flute.” Four arias will be performed by the Los Angeles Opera. A […]

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THURS., MAY 18 Rotary Hosts Speaker Terry Dipple, executive director of the Las Virgenes/Malibu Council of Governments, will be guest speaker at Rotary Club of Calabasas/Agoura Hills’ luncheon meeting at 12:10 p.m. at the Native Cafe, 23536 Calabasas Road, Calabasas. $14 to $17. Guests welcome. (818) 888-0138 Camarillo Newcomers Camarillo Newcomers Club will meet at Greek at the Harbor Restaurant, […]

Stark’s status in limbo for CIF track and field finals




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