2006-06-15

After election defeat, city attorney back in Calabasas



After losing his bid to be elected to the Nevada County Superior Court, Calabasas city attorney Michael Colantuono says he’ll remain in his post as city attorney. Robert Litchfield, Jr. beat Colantuono with 16.25 percent of the votes. Colantuono received 11.20 percent. “There are two ways to get on a Superior Court,” Colantuono said. “One is to be elected and […]

Remodeled weight room dedicated



Oaks Christian Class of 2006



Ryan Ahern, Matthew Allen, MacKenzie Allen, Katherine Anderson, Jacob Anglin, Sharmin Appoo, Andrew Arrindell, Austin Badgett, Evelyn Baehr, Jamie Barnes, Addie Behm, Kyle Block, Molly Bogeberg, Quinlan Braiwick Eric Burdullis, Danielle Chupp, Jacqueline Clydesdale, Kym Cole Eric Corriea, Taylor Cox, James Dalthorp, Richard Danielson, George Davis, Heather DayNeutill, Joseph Dembesky, Brianna DeVore and James Dunn Robin Elliott, Randy Englekirk, Tyler […]

Students become ‘hams’ for good purpose



Nineteen eighth graders at A. C. Stelle Middle School in Calabasas passed their Federal Communications Commission Amateur Radio exams to earn their Technician Class Radio Licenses. Science Department Chair Karl Beutel challenged his honors science classes to study the material outside of class and take the exams as an extra credit project. “This is a significant achievement for students this […]

Church of the Hills names interim pastor



Christian Church of the Hills has hired former pastor Dave Crouse as interim senior pastor, replacing Pastor Rex Wolins, who resigned in May. Crouse, the church’s senior pastor from 1990 to 2001, continues as executive director of the Angeles Christian Camp. In addition to Sunday services, he will direct Wednesday night Bible studies. The church also has selected Ryan Reed, […]

Baseball coach was overlooked



The Marmonte League Baseball champion this year was Newbury Park High School, but Coach Scott Drootin did not win Marmonte League Coach of the Year. Coach Drootin made league winners out of a team that was in fifth place last year. Newbury Park went 13-1 and won league by four games, and still Drootin was not awarded Coach of the […]

Spectacular Remodeled Estate



This spectacular remodeled estate is set on cul-de-sac in the heart of North Ranch. There are high quality finishes throughout the 5bedroom, 4-bath home with over 3,700 square feet, including newer walnut wood floors, remod eled baths and granite kitchen with stainless steel. The resort quality grounds feature newer pool, spa, barbecue center, mature oaks and enormous manicured lawn areas. […]

Year-end carnival a hit



Tamuri to speak to Rotarians



Outstanding Oaks seniors



Kristin Seabury epitomizes the giving spirit that Oaks Christian School instills in their students. For four years, Seabury has dedicated hundreds of hours to volunteer service, culminating in founding the school’s Interact Club. As president of the club, Seabury organized a variety of fundraising and charitable events. She will attend the nursing school at Seattle Pacific University. Everybody, it seems, […]


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