Noteworthy performance

SERENADE- Ross Meyer, 15, of Westlake Village performs with a group of band students from Agoura High School at the school’s inaugural ASB and Charger Club Valentine’s Day Dance held at the First Neighborhood Center in Westlake Village last Saturday.

Another school site proposed

There is an alternative site in the city of Agoura Hills near Ladyface Mountain that has been suggested as an ideal site for the new Heschel School campus. It offers maximum security, a prime location away from residences, pre-approval for building, easy access from the freeway and would not require a roundabout or generate opposition from neighbors. Yet the people […]

New judges are sworn in

The Ventura Superior Court held a formal swearing in ceremony for the court’s new presiding judge, Colleen Toy White, and assistant presiding judge, Kevin J. McGee, Wed., Jan. 17 at the Hall of Justice in Ventura. The oath was administered by Presiding Justice Arthur Gilbert, second appellate district, division six, of the California Court of Appeal. Recognition was also given […]

Naming rights available for flag pole

The Community Conscience “Under One Roof” Human Services Center in Thousand Oaks is getting a flagpole. Installation arrangements are currently underway. Community Conscience is a nonprofit organization that has been in operation for the past 26 years at 80 E. Hillcrest Drive. The building houses 11 nonprofit social and human service organizations operating as a onestop social service center for […]

Children experience living with a disability

ALL THUMBS- Max Mamroth, 12, of Oak Park tries to unwrap a candy with his fingers inside a sock tucked inside a rubber glove. The awkward exercise was part of the Ability Awareness Fair at Medea Creek Middle School where students experienced firsthand some of the difficulties people with special needs encounter.

Apply for scholarships

Applications are available for scholarships sponsored by the Westlake Women’s Club. The awards will go to senior students in the seven Conejo Valley area high schools and continuation schools. The deadline for submission is April 23. Teacher and counselor recommendations, academic achievement, participation in community and school activities and financial need will be taken into consideration when awarding the scholarships, […]

OPHS girls’ soccer squad in high spirits

PARTY TIME- Members of the Oak Park High junior varsity girls’ soccer team celebrate their 10-1-1 record at a team party following the Eagles’ last game of the season against La Reina.

KCLU takes home five Golden Mike awards

For the sixth year in a row, California Lutheran University’s National Public Radio station, KCLU, won more Golden Mike awards than any smallmarket radio station in Southern California during ceremonies held Jan. 27 in Universal City. The station received five awards from the Southern California Radio Television News Association, said John Sladek, PhD, president of California Lutheran University. KCLU news […]

City’s election is upon us

While the rest of the country must wait almost two years before the next big election, and suffer through gobs of pre-election posturing, Calabasas citizens get to go to the polls in less than three weeks. The action is just around the corner. Citizens are not voting for president of the United States, but for two members to the Calabasas […]

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