Get ready

The city of Agoura Hills will host the CERT Training curriculum offered by the Los Angeles County Fire Department on Tuesday evenings, Feb. 13 through March 27, with a final practice exercise in the morning on Sat. March 31. The classes will meet from 6:30 p.m. to 9 p.m. in the community room at Agoura Hills City Hall, 30001 Ladyface […]

Los Robles Hospital unveils STEMI heart center

Los Robles Hospital and Medical Center has a new distinction as the only designated STEMI center in east Ventura County. STEMI is an acronym for ST elevated myocardial infarction, a severe form of heart attack which is recognized on an EKG by a pattern of ventricular time interval variations. A nine-month, 100-case study conducted by Ventura County Emergency Medical Services […]

AYSO girls’ team going to Sectionals

MOVING ON- After knocking off all the other regional teams, the Agoura/Westlake AYSO All-Stars will head to Bakersfield in March to compete for the Sectional title. Pictured in the bottom row from left to right are Taylor Wong, Kerry Kurcz, Dani Golub, Samy Martinez, Caitlyn Morrison, Kelsey McLaughlin and Natalie Fersht. Middle row: Rochelle Silverman, Emma Bowes, Valerie Armstrong, Jessica […]

Ventura County Fair will feature old-fashioned fun

Funnel cake and Ferris wheels usher in days-gone-by theme

The board of directors of the Ventura County Fairgrounds has announced the theme of the 132nd Ventura County Fair will be “An Old Fashioned Fair.” “This year’s theme conjures up the Ventura County Fair’s past in a romantic way while reaffirming our deep connection to agriculture by those who participate by showing their livestock, their produce and their skills,” said […]

The facts are important

When our son reported that he had been told that the Ku Klux Klan was started as a prank by college students, we suggested some research. We then discussed the subject. Harry found it fun to debate and learn with real facts at his disposal. Mr. Van de Walle (“What global warming?” Jan. 25) might benefit from that approach. His […]

Oak Park resident hopes to be ‘The Donald’s’ next apprentice

Will Stefanie Schaeffer of Oak Park have all the right stuff to become Donald Trump’s next apprentice? Time will tell. Schaeffer is among 14 remaining contestants on NBC’s hit television show, “The Apprentice: Los Angeles,” to have been spared Trump’s dream-killer parting words of “You’re fired.” Schaeffer, 32, is a trial attorney whose background in workers’ compensation and real estate […]

Doctor speaks at Italian club meeting

Thomas Giannulli, MD, MS, of Restorative Medical Clinic in Westlake Village, was the guest speaker at last month’s Bella Vita Italian Club meeting. The club meets Friday evenings at St. Jude’s Church in Westlake Village. In addition to installing club president Chik Smaldino and vice president Al Zammataro, the meeting focused on health issues. Giannulli, who recently moved his practice […]

Youngsters hit the court at halftime

TOMORROW’S STARS- Two teams from Agoura Youth Basketball Association’s thirdgrade boys’ division head off during halftime at the Pepperdine vs. San Francisco State game recently on the Pepperdine University campus in Malibu. Both the Wizards and the Clippers showed skills and promise, but the Wizards ultimately prevailed 4-0.

Signed by an Angel

SIGNING UP- Los Angeles Angels manager Mike Scioscia, left, signs a baseball for YMCA board member and former T.O. mayor Judy Lazar and South East YMCA executive director John Rutherford during a donor event at Sisley Italian Restuarant at The Oaks.

Doesn’t it bug you when . . . ?

The coffee industry puts out another study about the wonderful effects of caffeine? We all love our cup o’ Joe in the morning, but it will not make you live to be 100. Doesn’t it bug you when you answer the phone and the person at the other end demands to know, “Who’s this?” You want to say, “Who’s this?” […]

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