The Nov. 13 article, “Triunfo looks at mandatory water rationing,” incorrectly states that Janna Orkney is the TSD chair. She is the vice chair. Almostallschools and parks and many homeowners associations use recycled water for irrigation in Oak Park, not potable water.

Only 34 shopping days left!

HOPING TO WIN—Westlake Village resident Marilyn Hankins bids on a gift basket for “Black and White Kitchen Items” during the Westlake Women’s Club 2008 Holiday Fantasy silent auction and luncheon at the North Ranch Country Club on Nov. 7.

Bank’s ‘green’ savings not just dollars

A recycling pilot program at Santa Barbara Bank & Trust could keep as much as eight tons of waste out of a landfill. The company had no formal recycling program in place for its 1,400 employees until it began developing one with the city of Santa Barbara about this time last year. “We wanted to step it up,” bank spokesperson […]

Sheriff’s Blotter

Oak Park A female, 49, allegedly threw a phone and hit person in the head and then used a knife to threaten to kill them. The suspect was arrested Nov. 10 in the 6000 block of Caledonia Court. A female, 54, was arrested for allegedly driving under the influence of alcohol at 8:45 p.m. Nov. 8 on Oak Hills Drive, […]

Male chorus to perform annual holiday show

The San Fernando Valley Male Chorus will present its annual holiday concert “Season of Love” at 7:30 p.m. Fri., Dec. 5 at Shepherd of the Valley Lutheran Church, 23838 Kittridge St., West Hills. Tickets are $18. For more information or tickets, call Ralph Mauriello at (805) 529-7580 or visit www .sfvmchorus.org.

Bring back God

There has recently been no shortage of argument concerning the outcome of the Proposition 8 vote. A recent letter to the editor of this paper commented that we should leave “religion” out of this matter. This view has become increasingly popular in many areas of society that deal with the subject of morality. This view is indicative of the postmodern […]

Earthquake ‘shake-out’ gets cities prepared

When a major earthquake of magnitude 7.8 or higher rocks Southern California, local cities, schools, medical centers and businesses that participated in the Great Southern California ShakeOut on Nov. 13 will be a little safer during and after the disaster. The city of Agoura Hills has been preparing for life on shaky ground for years. The ShakeOut was an opportunity […]

Senior center to host 3-day casino trip

The Agoura Hills Senior Center will host a trip for seniors for three days and two nights at the Primm Hotel and Casino, Tues. to Thurs., Dec. 9 to 11. The bus will leave from the Agoura Hills Recreation Center at 7:30 a.m. Tuesday and return at 5 p.m. Thursday. The cost is $120 per person for double occupancy and […]

Agoura Hills movie theater changes hands

Locally owned and family operated Regency Theatres Inc. has acquired the Agoura Hills 8 from Mann Theatres. The Agoura Hills theaters will be renamed the Regency Cinema Center. The eightscreen cinema features both digital and THX sound. Regency will keep the programming consistent with commercial films, but will also provide a compliment of independent and foreign films similar to its […]

Church to display manger scenes

NO ROOM AT THE INN- St. Maximilian Kolbe Catholic Church will display hundreds of nativity sets from private collections. The exhibit opens 3 to 6 p.m. Dec. 5 at the church, 5801 Kanan Road in Westlake Village. A donation of $25 at the door is requested for the gala grand opening, which includes appetizers, entertainment and a no-host bar. The […]

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