Incumbent Ron Stark defends long record

Triunfo Sanitation District

Ron Stark says he has a plan that will solve the dispute over whether or not to have an allelected board overseeing the Triunfo Sanitation District. The agency, which provides water and sewer services to Oak Park, North Ranch, Bell Canyon, Lake Sherwood and parts of Thousand Oaks, is made up of three appointed and two elected board members. The […]

Speaker series presents chiropractor

Oak Park Community Center’s Speaker Series will host Dr. Eric Blum from 11:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Thurs., Oct. 16 in the Buena Vista Room at the center, 1000 Kanan Road, Oak Park. Blum, a chiropractor, will answer discuss low back problems, noninvasive treatments, nutrition and exercise. Blum has worked with the L.A. Dodgers and the San Francisco Giants and […]

Students learn all about Asia

Walking from one side of Asia to the other may seem like an impossible feat, but it was all in a day’s lesson for the students at Chaparral Elementary School in Calabasas recently when the National Geographic’s Giant Traveling Map of Asia visited the school. Students from kindergarten through fifth grade took off their shoes and walked the massive map. […]

Iannone making sure AHS doesn’t miss a beat

Junior a go-to guy for boys' water polo squad

If Agoura High junior water polo player P.J. Iannone had a nickname, it might as well be Aquaman. “I’m not that coordinated on land,” Iannone said with a laugh. “Growing up, I tried to play basketball, baseball and soccer, but I just wasn’t very good at all. I’m not that gifted out of the water.” Call him what you will […]

‘Marvelous cast’ in Victorian satire

Play Review

The comic opera “Patience,” now being staged by the Ventura County Gilbert and Sullivan Repertoire Company, is a whimsical satire on the aesthetic movement in England during the Victorian era of the 1870s and 1880s. Premiered in 1881, “Patience” came during a time when aestheticism was all the rage in England. The movement was characterized by trendy, decadent fashions such […]

Interior And Exterior Recently Painted

This house has three bedrooms, two baths and approximately 1,770 square feet. The home has recently painted interior and exterior, new carpet, upgraded light fixtures and smooth ceilings. The living room has a fireplace. The kitchen has been remodeled with custom tile counters, upgraded wood cabinets and appliances. The living room has a ceiling fan and adjoins the kitchen. The […]

Will Stokes receives honor

The board of directors of Las Virgenes Municipal Water District recently honored Will Stokes as its Citizen of the Month. The year-long series of recognitions are helping to commemorate the district’s 50th anniversary. Stokes served as the district’s general manager and chief engineer from 1965 through 1988. During that time, he oversaw the design and construction of most of the […]

Dermatique welcomes nutritionist

Dermatique Medical Center for Advanced Skincare in Westlake Village announces the addition of David Allen Nutrition to the center. Allen is a clinical nutritionist and alternative health specialist who helps clients with weight loss and also provides cutting edge treatments for menopause, PMS, blood pressure disorders, diabetes, stress management, thyroid conditions, gastrointestinal disorders, sleep disorders and other conditions. He has […]

Golf for Westlake baseball

The Westlake High School Baseball Booster Club will hold their annual golf fundraiser Mon., Nov. 3 at Moorpark Country Club, 11800 Championship Drive, Moorpark. Registration begins at 8:30 a.m. and tee-off is set for 10 a.m. The event will include lunch from Dakota’s Restaurant, dinner at Moorpark Country Club and silent and live auctions. Cost is $195 for single player […]

Goosen to lead CHS girls’ hoops team

There’s a new coach in charge of the Calabasas High girls’ basketball squad. David Goosen, who previously coached the boys’ teams at Venice, Burbank and Reseda high schools, was hired last week. He replaces Don Cusick. CHS was 9-18 overall and 0-14 in league last season. Goosen has a history of turning struggling programs around. “The girls see that I’ve […]