Candidate hopes for big Gaines in election

Jill Gaines, a candidate for one of two seats open on the board of the Las Virgenes Unified School District, would use her experience as a chief financial officer to tackle funding issues that plague the district. Board member Pat Schulz has announced she would not run for reelection, while board President Terilyn Finders is seeking a third term. Dana […]

Agoura/Oak Park Rotary Club plans speakers

The Agoura Hills/Oak Park Rotary Club meets at 7 a.m. Tuesday mornings at Brent’s Deli, 2799 Townsgate Road, Westlake Village. Breakfast is followed by a club meeting to discuss community service and fundraising events. Speaker topics for November will be: •Nov. 6: Debbie Hyde will discuss the Rain Program, which provides temporary housing for the homeless. •Nov. 13: Sue Bauer […]

Oak Park students enjoy hands-on science

Debby West wants to take science out of the textbook and make it real for Oak Park students. West is the Oak Park Unified School District’s new science resource specialist, and her goal is to show kids how much fun science can be. She gets excited just talking about the subject. “If we think about the oceans they’re really one […]

Sheriff’s Blotters

Agoura Burglars stole $450 worth of cosmetic products from the CVS/ pharmacy store on Kanan Road on Oct. 10. Thieves stole a $40 wallet and a $300 cellphone from an unlocked vehicle parked in the 5600 block of Ruthwood Drive on Oct. 6. Someone took a $440 mountain bike from a bike rack Oct. 5 at Agoura High School on […]

‘Seven Brides’ opens at Cabrillo

Cabrillo Music Theatre, the resident musical theater company of the Thousand Oaks Civic Arts Plaza, will present the first production in its 2007-08 season, “Seven Brides for Seven Brothers,” with book by Lawrence Kasha and David Landay, music by Johnny Mercer and lyrics by Gene DePaul. The show will run Fri., Oct. 26 through Sun., Nov. 4 in the Kavli […]

Herbal remedies

Often what we need is at our fingertips, but we forget. We are blind to the resources that lay at our feet, feeling that our survival lies on external sources far away. Our worries become more about who and what will provide for us next rather than how will I provide for myself. All too often this dependency creates deep […]

This Rare Spanish Hills Lot Has More Than One Acre

This Spanish Hills lot has more than 1 acre with about 1/3 acre flat usable. This lot, one of few available in the area, is private with views. Plans are available for a French chateau of more than 5,900 square feet. For more information on this property listed at $1,079,000, call Judi Irwin, Dilbeck Realtors, at (805) 794-7947.

Kuperberg wants status quo on council

Mayor Dan Kuperberg is finishing up his third term on the Agoura Hills City Council, but he says he’s ready to dedicate another four years to see several projects through to completion and launch some new programs and services for residents. “I remain committed toward keeping Agoura Hills a wonderful place to live and work,” Kuperberg said last week. “I […]

Agoura Hills celebrates Reyes Adobe Days

Festivities pay tribute to area's rich history

Friday night’s rain may have produced soggy park grounds on Saturday, but fall weather didn’t dampen the spirits of the thousands of residents who attended last weekend’s third annual Reyes Adobe Days events. The kickoff on Friday included a senior fiesta luncheon and a tour of the Reyes Adobe Historical site. The home and barn at Reyes Adobe Park were […]

Gretzky sale to benefit Oaks Christian

Wayne and Janet Gretzky will hold an estate sale to benefit Oaks Christian School at 7 a.m. Sat., Oct. 27 at the school’s Bedrosian Pavilion, 31749 La Tienda Drive in Westlake Village. All proceeds will go toward the construction of a new baseball stadium at the school and various programs at nearby Carden Conejo School. In addition to home furnishings, […]

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