2006-10-12

Other local football matchups



Simi Valley (3-2) at Westlake (5-0) Outlook: After dispatching of Royal 31-0 last weekend at home, the Warriors get to host Simi Valley’s other Marmonte League team when the SVHS Pioneers come to town. Not only is the matchup Westlake’s homecoming, but it’ll be the team’s final regular-season home game of the year. Warrior Stadium has been very kind to […]

Shop early for a good cause



A wide array of gift items will be sold at a holiday boutique from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Fri., Nov. 3 at the Oak Park Community Center, 1000 N. Kanan Road, in Oak Park. A percentage of all sales will benefit Oak Park High School’s Grad Nite 2007. The annual substance-free, all night celebration is held for seniors […]

Thanks to city council member



I would personally like to thank Councilmember Barry Groveman for handling the ZIP code issue in Calabasas. I am glad that something was done about it, but I still think that a lot more can be done. I understand that the postal service added Calabasas as a city under the 91301 ZIP code, but I think this was the wrong […]

Old Agoura Ranch Home



Old Agoura 1story redone ranch home. Impeccably maintained home, great curb appeal. Culdesac location. Enter to high ceilings, marble entry, great remodeled kitchen. Spacious bedrooms. French doors, dual zone air/heat, open sunny floor plan, skylight. Jacuzzi in master, re cessed lights, ceiling fans, finished garage. Manicured, entertainers back yard. Near public arena, hiking and riding trails. Walking distance to shopping […]

Volunteers needed for trail work



Conejo open space enthusiasts are being sought to help clean up and maintain area trails during the 16th annual COSCA Trail Work Day, Sat., Oct. 21. Volunteers should meet at the entrance to the Conejo Community Center Botanical Gardens off Gainsborough Road in Thousand Oaks. Registration begins at 7:30 a.m. and trail cleanup will take place from 8 a.m. until […]

Walking for Alzheimer’s



IN MEMORY OF-From left, Ken Grabot of Thousand Oaks, Alexis Becht of Calabasas, Jeanne McIlravy of Moorpark, Susan Becht of Calabasas, Nancy Biederman of Thousand Oaks and Nila Neukum of Culver City, take part in the Alzheimers Association Memory Walk along Thousand Oaks Boulevard on Saturday. The three-mile walk, sponsored by the Central Coast Chapter of the Alzheimer’s Association, began […]

Last Week’s Top Performers



Adam Fish, DL, Agoura: The senior lineman posted three sacks as AHS downed Simi Valley 28-19. Westlake defense: The boys in blue pitched a shutout against Royal, holding the Highlanders to 143 total yards, including 29 rushing yards on 23 carries. The Warriors won the game 31-0. Jordan Mannisto, P/PK, Westlake: Manisto, a junior, averaged 40.3 yards per punt in […]

Local Native American art on display



The National Park Service is presenting a fine art exhibit featuring watercolor, charcoal and pencil drawings by Sam S. Banagas from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. weekends through Sun., Oct. 29 at the Satwiwa Native American Indian Culture Center off Lynn Road in Newbury Park. The program is free to the public. Banagas, a mineral resource inspector for the state […]

The roots of vandalism



I want to comment on the vandalism and crimes in Oak Park and crimes in general. If it is teenagers or young people committing these crimes then I blame the media. Particularly the music and movie industry. I see rap music as having a strong influence on young people nowadays. These rappers glorify violence, gangs, shootings and corrupt values as […]

It’s The Ideal Wood Ranch Location



It’s the ideal Wood Ranch location with lake access just a few doors down and is situated on a cul-de-sac location with a large entertainer’s yard. The setting is very tranquil and peaceful. The large master suite has a private viewing balcony, oversized vanity with two sinks, his/hers closets and a large soaking tub. A cook’s kitchen features a center […]


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