•In the Sept. 11 article about the Calabasas Landfill, only three combustion turbines are being built to convert methane gas to electricty, not 50. •An Aug. 28 article said that veterinarian Cynthia Binder specializes in emergency and critical care. It should have said she has special interest in those disciplines. She isn’t a specialist.

Local Business Briefs

Addis chooses Oak Park Addis Educational Services, which has been tutoring local students for just over two years, opened a new office in Oak Park. The offices at 346 North Kanan Road provide a space where students can take small group SAT preparation classes. Addis also is well-known as an affordable in-home tutoring service. The tutors cater to all ages […]

Conlin earns everyone’s respect in Warrior Country

Quarterback has overcome tumultuous junior season

Junior year was tough on Westlake High quarterback Ben Conlin. Senior year has started out much better. For the first three games of the 2007 season, Conlin was splitting reps with then-senior quarterback Nick Owens. During a Week 3 loss to Hart, however, Conlin suffered a brutal hit while dropping back to pass, and from that point forward, things went […]

Help care for local park land

Santa Monica National Recreation Area will celebrate National Public Lands Day from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Sat., Sept. 27 at Peter Strauss Ranch, 30000 Mulholland Hwy., Agoura Hills. At the event, volunteers can assist with a variety of activities to help improve the park such as fence installation, trail repair, brush clearance or general landscape maintenance. Some tasks may […]

Lights out at the Stage Door Theatre?

The saga of the Stage Door Theatre in Agoura Hills took an interesting twist last week with the announcement that the longtime community playhouse isn’t closing after all. Paul Schell, owner of the Blue Ultra Restaurant and Lounge on nearby Lewis Road, said he and a partner will be the building’s new renters and will keep the venerable old stage […]

Election near

Besides being the day when the presidential election is held, Tues., Nov. 4 also presents voters with a variety of local races for school districts, city councils, park boards and water boards. The following is an alphabetical rundown of the local area elections: •Calleguas Municipal Water District—three board directors, Divisions I, II and III •Camarillo—two City Council members, four-year term […]


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Pet of the Week

TOP DOG—Lucy is a 3-year-old golden retriever mix. She is friendly and okay with cats, but needs to be the only dog in the home. Lucy can be adopted at the Agoura Animal Shelter at 29525 Agoura Road. Ask for ID No. A3806915. Occasionally pets have already been adopted, so please call (818) 991-0071 first or visit the website at […]

Reyes Adobe Days kicks off

The fourth annual Reyes Adobe Days, an Agoura Hills festival featuring entertainment, music, cultural activities and recreation for all ages, will feature several new events this year, city officials said during a Sept. 11 kickoff event. The three-day festival will be Friday through Sunday, Oct. 3, 4 and 5. Activities will take place at various locations in the city, culminating […]

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