Lions stand alone

Kelsea Smith will always remember her 18th birthday. Smith, one of six seniors on the Oaks Christian girls’ soccer team, celebrated adulthood in style last Saturday evening at the CIF-Southern Section Division V title match at Warren High, where the Lions defeated Downey 3-1 to claim the CIF-SS crown. The victory was the Oaks Christian girls’ fifth CIFSS Division V […]

Master Chorale celebrates 30th

Los Robles Master Chorale is celebrating its 30th anniversary and the 30-year career of its founding director, James Stemen. The chorale will bid farewell to Stemen during the Celebrate! concerts at 8 p.m. Sat., March 15 and 4 p.m. Sun., March 16 in Samuelson Chapel at California Lutheran University, 60 W. Olsen Road, Thousand Oaks. The audience is invited to […]

This Home Features Faux Painted Walls, Stenciled Border Designs And Brand New Neutral Carpet

This home features a living room and dinning area with faux painted walls, stenciled border designs, brand new neutral carpet, fireplace, laminate wood floors in kitchen and hallway framed with elegant baseboards. The renovated kitchen is enhanced with a garden window, new cabinets and decorative back splash. Both bathrooms have been upgraded. Bay windows and French doors, complemented with recessed […]

Calabasas wins traffic lawsuit

Mulholland signal was contested

The Calabasas City Council won a lawsuit that was filed against the city last summer regarding the installation of a traffic signal at the intersection of Old Topanga Road and Mulholland Highway. Toby Keeler and Elizabeth Stephens filed the suit with the Los Angeles Superior Court on June 18, 2007, claiming the council was incorrect when it found the installation […]

Class clowns vie for ‘funniest’ title

Joel Sinensky from Oak Park earned one of eight spots on a Northwestern University comedy team that is taking part in a competition to find the nation’s funniest college student. A Feb. 28 showdown at the Chicago university was the first of 32 campus contests in Rooftop Comedy’s inaugural National College Comedy Competition. The eightmember Northwestern team will advance to […]

World Class Motoring hosts classic cars

World Class Motoring will welcome the region’s Porsche collectors and enthusiasts with a special event at 11 a.m. Sun., March 9 at its headquarters and showroom at 5076 Chesebro Road, Agoura Hills. The gathering will include displays including the works of racing history artist Nicolas Hunziker, a book signing by Porsche author and historian Susann Miller, and rare memorabilia from […]

OCHS boys claim first CIF title

As Oaks Christian senior John-Paul Herold walked toward the sideline during halftime of the CIFSouthern Section Division V boys’ soccer championship last Saturday at Warren High in Downey, he muttered, “We can’t have any more missed opportunities.” When Herold lined up for a 40-yard free kick in the second half, he stayed true to his word. Herold’s goal in the […]

Arthritis group to meet

The Conejo Valley Arthritis Support Group will meet from 12:15 to 2 p.m. Sat., March 8 at the Goebel Senior Adult Center, 1385 E. Janss Road, Thousand Oaks. The guest speaker is Dr. Chang Sik Park who will discuss the use of acupuncture in healing. For more information, call Joyce Lieberman at (805) 4935233.

Jackie LaGasse

Top Selling Agent honors for December 2007 went to Jackie LaGasse at Prudential California Realty’s North Ranch/ Westlake Village office. Native Californian LaGasse has lived in the Conejo Valley for more than 30 years, where she attended local schools from elementary through high school. LaGasse’s mother, Katie Baird, was a successful agent in the Conejo. LaGasse is now a successful […]


•Deena Parry was not identifield as being a member of the Oak Park Municipal Advisory Council when she wrote a letter to the editor titled, “Not informed about fluoride,” in which she criticized the Metropolitan Water District for failing to disclose the full chemical contents of the water that it sells. •A Jan. 31 article about the Community Learning Center’s […]

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