Poetry out of this world

On the planet Uranus it appears That each season lasts About twenty one years Winter’s so cold The Uranians cuss it In fact they don’t even Want to discuss it But comes the spring Its citizens glow ‘Cause the temperature warms u To three hundred below At one hundred below, Summer is heaven! But it won’t arrive Till two thousand […]

Terry Jacobsen

Terry Jacobsen of Re/ Max Olson & Associates, Westlake office has been commended by Broker/ Owner Todd C. Olson and President Keith Myers for her production in July with sales of over $1.5 million. Terry specializes in the sales and marketing of Fine Homes in the Ventura County, Conejo Valley and San Fernando Valley. Terry may be reached at (805) […]

Citizen lawsuit filed against Agoura Village

Environmental concerns, safety issues and the development of open space without a vote by citizens are just some of the reasons why Malibou Lake resident Mary Altmann wants the Agoura Village plan stopped, or at least reconsidered. Altmann filed a lawsuit against the city of Agoura Hills challenging the city’s certification of the project’s environmental impact report, amendments to the […]

Yoga workshop for teachers scheduled

The ancient art of yoga, with its benefits for both body and psyche, has long been thought of as a practice only for adults. But yoga has much to offer children. Afi Kobari, a former preschool teacher who has studied yoga in India and has taught yoga for many years, will host a workshop in the art of teaching yoga […]

Last Week’s Top Performers

Jordan Arias, QB, Agoura: Arias completed 20-of-31 passes for 202 yards and a touchdown during the Chargers’ 14-7 victory at Ventura. Josh Irvin, WR, Agoura: Irvin hauled in 11 receptions for 110 yards and a touchdown to help lead AHS past Ventura. Calabasas defense: Held El Camino Real to 14 points in defeat. The Coyotes didn’t hold an opponent under […]

Coastal Cleanup Day for Calabasas

The 22nd annual California Coastal Cleanup Day will take place at Calabasas locations from 9 a.m. to noon on Sat., Sept. 16. Volunteers can meet at either Cold Creek Preserve or Headwaters Corner to assist with beautification efforts. Participants can receive credit for community service hours. Volunteers will be working in a natural garden setting to restore native plants and […]

Candidate wants water review

It is time to bring financial sanity and good governance to Triunfo Sanitation District and that is why I am running for a seat on the board this November. Over the years, Triunfo has placed over half of our $12 million in reserves in a risky bond fund and spent $2 million to prepare for the development of Ahmanson Ranch, […]

Rose Falocco

Rose Falocco of Re/Max Olson & Associates, Westlake Village office has been commended by Broker/ Owner Todd C. Olson and President Keith Myers for her production in July with sales of over $2.1 million. Rose has been in the real estate industry for 15 years. She is an international real estate specialist and assists buyers and sellers whether they are […]

Equestrians hitch a ride at Conejo event

QUICK, TURN LEFT-Monte Nido resident Stephanie Abronson, left, and Simi Valley resident Lilly Tirelli, 16, navigate Welsh Cob pony Jaycobs Princess Polina through the course during Day of the Horse at Conejo Creek Equestrian Park last Saturday. Polina may look like a horse, but her measured height of 14.2 hands, or 58 inches, puts her in the pony category.

Cochlear implants open world to deaf

There’s good news for parents who have a child born with significant hearing loss. Advances in technology are making it possible to address profound hearing loss in children as young as 12 months of age. About one of every 1,000 newborns in the U.S.-about 33 babies per day-is born profoundly deaf. Fortunately, there are treatment alternatives. For example, cochlear implants […]