Local girl jumps into winner’s circle

Last Chance opens in Westlake

The Last Chance Outlet, a high-end women’s and children’s outlet for designer labels, has opened across from the Four Seasons Hotel in Westlake Village. The outlet contains Ilenes’ Boutique, A Definite Maybe, the Look-A-Like and Bon Bon USA. Shoppers may find trendy label clothing such as Juicy, Lucky, Ed hardy, Glima, Hudson, Ankh, 525, Ann Ferriday, Joe’s and more at […]

Sheriff’s Blotter

Agoura Hills Burglars stole a $140 iPod and a $25 purse from a vehicle parked in the 6000 block of Dovetail Drive Dec. 10. The culprits also caused $250 in damage when they shattered a window to gain entry. Calabasas Vandals caused $415 in damages when they poured soda on merchandise in a store in the 4700 block of Park […]

One resolution worth keeping

As we come to the end of another year, some of us are thinking about making New Year’s resolutions. But think back: How did those vows for 2007 turn out? Maybe a few people stopped smoking or drinking last Jan. 1; maybe several more gave up overeating and lost weight. The overwhelming majority of us had good intentions, but we […]

Top reader photo of the year

Holiday plants

From coastal to desert zones, we live in one of the most diverse areas in the United States when it comes to temperatures, soil types, plant varieties and insect populations. We sometimes take for granted being able to garden all year long, entertain outdoors most days of the year, and harvest fruit year-round in our own backyards. One popular plant […]

Joins law firm

The law firm of Weston, Benshoof, Rochefort, Rubalcava and MacCuish announced that Carrie Folendorf-Deck hasjoined the firm’s real estate practice. Deck will work in the firm’s Westlake Village office at 2801 Townsgate Road. She was formerly with the firm of Ervin, Cohen & Jessup. She has a law degree from Pepperdine University and a Bachelor of Arts in business economics […]

Modern day ‘Johnny Appleseed’ organizes tree planting project

Church member inspires others to help seedlings take root

Tom Sisulak smiles when locals refer to him as their own “Johnny Appleseed.” He considers it a compliment and a calling. When Sisulak noticed many trees in his tree-filled hometown were starting to die, he sounded an environmental call to arms. He asked his United Methodist church to help. “While I was helping our Riverside forester clear brush along the […]


Year in sports proved twice as nice for Agoura High

The Agoura girls’ and boys’ water polo teams turned 2007 into something special by winning CIF-Southern Section titles in the same year. In March, the Charger girls beat top-seeded Laguna Beach 11-10 in the CIFSS Division II championship match at Long Beach. It was the second CIF-SS title in program history, the first coming in 2001. In November, the Agoura […]

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