2008-06-19

Oaks has stellar year



Interscholastic athletic competition for the member schools of the CIF-Southern Section came to an exciting close for the 2007-08 school year. During the past year, the CIFSS awarded 137 divisional team championships in 23 varsity sports. Topping the list of schools with multiple team titles for the year is Oaks Christian, which captured five divisional championships. In the fall, the […]

A sip of wine, a relaxing event



Land With Zoning For Several Single-Family Homes Is Available



A 10-acre parcel of land with zoning to develop several singlefamily homes is available. The property has access from several directions with utilities close by. For more information on this property, listed at $1,798,000, call The Reznick Group, Aviara at (805) 418-2555.

The vetting of Agoura Village

Development study continues

Malibou Lakeside resident Mary Altmann may not have been able to stop the development of a 135-acre site near Agoura and Kanan Roads in Agoura Hills, but her legal battle with the city has resulted in a more detailed look at how the proposed commercial and residential construction will impact the environment. On June 5 the Agoura Hills planning commission […]

Oak Park offers new classes



The Oak Park Community Center, 1000 N. Kanan Road, will offer a variety of summer classes. Classes include swing dancing, landscape painting, soap making, a speaker series, sushi, golf, Jazzercise, boot camp fitness training, Pilates, yoga, senior walkers and karate. For more information, call Jo Lassak at (818) 865-9304.

Westlake High graduates largest class in school history



With the green and brown of the Santa Monica Mountains as a backdrop, 552 seniors filed into Warrior Stadium last Thursday afternoon. Some waved to the capacity crowd as they took their seats; others were strictly business. The processional lasted a long time as pairs of seniors paused momentarily before passing through two white archways leading to the seating area. […]

Eagles pole vaulting squad soars to new heights

Record-breaking season enjoyed

It was a good track and field season this spring for Oak Park High pole vaulting. With 17 athletes on the squad, it was the largest pole vaulting team at Oak Park since the sport was resurrected five years ago following a 10-year absence. Senior Ken Sugai broke the school record, jumping 14 feet; and freshman Madison Stark made a […]

OPEC: We’re number two



In response to Keith Cornell’s letter of June 12, I wish to correct his data regarding our oil sources. Fortunately there are so many online sources of these data, I was able to quickly collect current information from many sites and found that they all pretty much match up. Yes, Canada is our number one source, but Mexico is number […]

Luxury in the Mountains



This property in the Santa Monica Mountains has stone paths, oak trees, water features, arena-sized flat area for a guest house or horse facilities. The house has been remodeled and features newer windows, travertine flooring, hardwood floors, designer paint etching, mosaic tiled foyer, library, music room, four fireplaces, French doors and wraparound balconies. For more information on this property, listed […]

Robber targets Agoura B of A



A man wearing a mask robbed the Agoura Hills Bank of America on Kanan Road Monday afternoon, presumably at gunpoint. “He put his hand into a bag, so the assumption was he was holding some kind of device,” said Lt. John Benedict of Lost Hills Sheriff’s Station. He stole a reported $800. Benedict said the suspect was described by witnesses […]


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