2006-11-02

Stars shine bright at golf fundraiser



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Great American Smoke-out coming

Nov. 16 - A good day to quit

Put a big red circle on your calendar because Nov. 16 is the day to quit smoking. Did you know that you underwent a similar addiction process with your tobacco use as a heroin or cocaine addict? The good news is that you can quit. In fact, the American Cancer Society is here to help you double your chances of […]

Other local football matchups

Viewpoint (3-4) at Webb (0-8) Nordhoff (3-5) at Oaks Christian (8-0)

Outlook: Viewpoint is seeking its first-ever win in the Prep League this Saturday when they travel to take on Webb in Claremont. Both teams are 0-3 in league. The Patriots are led by quarterback Josh Dver and running back Jamie Wheeler-Silverman. Dver’s thrown for more than 500 yards and seven touchdowns, while Wheeler-Silverman leads the squad in rushing yards. Spencer […]

Ministry for homeless



Agoura High’s jazz group to play with music pros



The Ted Nash Quartet will perform with Marcus Printup at Agoura High School at 7 p.m. Tues., Nov. 7 in the G building, 28545 W. Driver Ave. The school’s Ellington Jazz and Jazz A ensembles will also be performing. The professional musicians will give clinics and talk to students in the school’s jazz classes during the day before the evening’s […]

Highlighted With Mountain Views



This detached townhome with 3 bedroom and 2.5 bathrooms is highlighted with mountain views, backs to a greenbelt and has nearly 1,500 square feet. The cul de-sac location is in a gated community with a community pool, spa and basketball court. The home has formal dining and living rooms with a corner fireplace and a slider to the rear deck […]

Rotarians to host guest speakers



The Rotary Club of Calabasas/Agoura Hills has announced guest speakers for its November meetings. Claire Kevitt will speak about Youth for Human Rights, International, Thurs., Nov. 2. Kevitt has recently returned from a YHRI trip to South Korea. Anna Otis is scheduled to appear Thurs., Nov. 9, when she will speak about managing stress and pain through meditation. Otis teaches […]

Local man lives a ghostly existance



Richard Senate hunts ghosts. Senate sees ghosts, writes about ghosts, leads ghost hunt tours throughout California, teaches courses on ghosts at Ventura College and is married to a fellow ghost hunter/psychic, Debbie. Senate, 58, remembers his first ghostly experience as if it had just materialized. “It was in the morning of July 3, 1978, at the Mission San Antonio de […]

Optometrist urges eye exam to detect diabetes



Dr. Marty Schneider, therapeutic optometrist, encourages anyone who has, or may be at risk for, diabetes to have an annual eye examination. November is National Diabetes Month. “Diabetes affects 18.2 million Americans, 5.2 million of which may not know they have the disease,” Schneider said. “One of the health problems associated with diabetes is diabetic retinopathy, a disease of the […]


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