2006-05-18

St. Paul’s hosts rummage sale



St. Paul Lutheran Church will host a rummage sale from 7 a.m. to noon Sat., May 20 at 30600 Thousand Oaks Blvd., Agoura Hills. Shoppers will find a large selection of slightly-used treasures for sale at bargain prices. Popcorn and drinks, served by the church youth group, will be available for purchase. The church is on Thousand Oaks Boulevard between […]

Bicycles versus cars continued



I have been cycling the local roads for many years. For the most part, I find drivers to be very courteous to cyclists and vice versa. There are always the exceptionsChris Honma needs to understand that following traffic laws is often not enough. If you were yelled at by a cyclist while driving, it was probably well deserved. You may […]

Summer Calls for a Clear View of the Outdoors



One of the biggest home maintenance tasks of the summer just got easier, with a few points of practical advice on the proper cleaning of windows and doors. Warm weather and long days are the perfect time to clean off grime and achieve a sparkling view to the outdoors. JELDWEN, a leading manufacturer of reliable windows and doors, offers this […]

City honors civic participants



The Westlake Village City Council gave accolades to three residents last week as part of the city’s Citizens of the Year presentations. Beverly Brune, a 30-year resident of Westlake Village and member of the Garden Club, was the city’s Older American Honoree. “When you reach a certain age, you’re eventually referred to as older, so I gladly accept this award,” […]

Public Finance Bond refinancing helps residents of Calabasas



Homeowners who live in The Oaks, a gated community in Calabasas, will pay less on their monthly Mello-Roos, a special tax that finances school, road, library, police and fire protection improvements. Because it received a higher municipal bond rating last November, the city was able to refinance the 30-year Mello-Roos loan that The Oaks of Calabasas development received about three […]

Three teams, one dream

CIF-SS Division I baseball playoffs start today

None of it matters now. The stats don’t matter. The home runs don’t matter. The seedings, the ERA’s, the hype, the press clippings-it won’t make any bit of difference at this point. Beginning today, all three of the Marmonte League teams that qualified for the CIF-SS Division I playoffs have new leases on life. (Calabasas also earned a postseason bid […]

Church presents family fun day



West Hills Church will present its annual Kid Jam from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Sat., May 20 at 7475 Fallbrook Ave., West Hills. The event features activities for children in grades one through six. With a theme of Rodeo Round-up, activities will include pony rides, a petting zoo, arcade games, Bible stories, puppet shows, music and prizes. Providing a […]

Share the road



What’s the problem here? Can we all try to get along? Share the road. Does anyone have anything better to complain about? I do- the gasoline prices. Life is so short, why let a bicyclist ruin your day? Get over it and slow down-we’re all tax payers on the road. Be patient and kind to everyone all the time. All […]

Features a Master Bedroom with a Giant Retreat Bathroom



This is a great floorplan with 4-bedrooms and 3-full baths. One bedroom and one bath are on the first floor. The oversized master features a giant retreat bathroom with a walk-in closet, private water closet and dual vanities plus a make-up vanity and a roman tub/ shower combination, a sitting area with great views of Mt. Boney and overlooks the […]


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