2007-04-26

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Bonnie and Hilda of Troop Real Estate Westlake Village office are seen here with Milt Fish of Agoura Hills who was the winner of their spring giveaway- a 20-inch LCD flat-screen TV. Their summer giveaway is coming up soon. Bonnie and Hilda can be reached at (805) 217-2853 or (805) 444-3712.

Walk for ALS this weekend



The third annual Walk to D’Feet ALS will be Sun., April 29 at Plaza Park at Chestnut and Santa Clara streets in Ventura. Registration begins at 9:30 a.m. The event is a fundraiser to benefit research and patient care services for people with amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS), commonly known as Lou Gehrig’s disease. Walkers are asked to register online at […]

Big prize winners in raffle



Thousand Oaks Mayor Pro Tem Jacqui Irwin recently drew the first cash prize winner names in the raffle being conducted by the Boys & Girls Clubs of Conejo and Las Virgenes. The $1,000 winners are Dawn McGinty of Simi Valley and Jeanette Jennett of Camarillo. The $500 winners include Veronica Martain-Haverbeck of Newbury Park, Jenny Johnson of Calabasas, Marie White […]

Audio legend comes to Evolution



Audio industry guru Bob Carver, founder of Sunfire, will appear from 2 to 5 p.m. Sun., April 29 at Evolution Audio & Video, 5341 Derry Ave., Unit S, Agoura Hills. Carver, often referred to as “The Wizard of Amp,” will discuss and demonstrate his latest designs as well as sign Sunfire products brought in by their owners. There will be […]

Graham rewriting the record books for Coyote track team

Junior runner hopes for a big effort at Friday's Ventura County Championships

He might not be LeBron James, but Calabasas High junior Clayton Graham could probably do a great Sprite commercial. Two years ago, Calabasas sprint coach Steve Smith caught Graham drinking the soft drink before a track meet, which was against team rules. Graham’s punishment was to run in the 800 meter instead of the relay event he was slated to […]

Scrumptious scoop for 31 cents



Local participating BaskinRobbins stores will offer a special 31 Cent Scoop Night celebration from 5 to 10 p.m. Wed., May 2. At this time, customers can choose any flavor and pay 31 cents plus tax for a 2.5-ounce scoop of ice cream. Along with the reduced price to consumers, BaskinRobbins will also donate $100,000 to the National Fallen Firefighters Foundation, […]

Remembering Michael Beck Whitehead



Michael Beck Whitehead, beloved wife, mother, grandmother and community leader, passed away suddenly on April 14, 2007 at 61 years of age. It was a devastating blow to her family and friends. The sting was lessened by the outpouring of love and support that the Whitehead family has received. We have been sustained by so many members of our community […]

Lots Of Amenities In This Hidden Hills Estate Home



This twostory, 5bedroom, 8-bathroom home in a gated community has a circular brick driveway and is landscaped with greenery, spring flowers, cobblestone and quartz fountains. The octagon-shaped entryway has distressed wood floors and French doors with a view of the backyard pool and brick patio garden. The living room has a stone fireplace, high beamed ceilings and custom wood floors. […]

Stefanie Schaeffer trumps the competition

Oak Park resident wins 'Apprentice'

Whether Stefanie Schaeffer purposely devised a strategy to fly under the radar of her fellow candidates on this season’s “The Apprentice”–and away from the firing squad in Donald Trump’s boardroom–or is simply a poised, behind-the-scenes business professional who knows how to get the job done without ruffling any feathers, it doesn’t matter. Schaeffer, a resident of Oak Park, was named […]

The hills are alive with wildlife



HERE’S LOOKING AT YOU- A mule deer fawn grazes in a field on Agoura Road in Agoura Hills recently. Mule deer, which roam in the local open space, live about 10 years in the wild. The name relates to their large, independently moving ears, which resemble those of a mule.