Need a job? Census Bureau has them

The hiring will continue through 2010

The United States Census Bureau is gearing up for next year’s gathering of information on American households, and parttime census takers are now being hired. According to Carolyn Wallace, a recruiting assistant for the Santa Monica/Malibu Census area, the bureau needs to hire hundreds of local people to help in the gathering of information about the U.S. population. Wallace said […]

Muvico Theater delays opening once again

Moviegoers will have to wait a little bit longer for stadium movie seating in Thousand Oaks as the opening date of the Muvico theaters at The Oaks mall has been postponed again. The 14-auditorium theater complex that was going to open tomorrow, Feb. 6, is now scheduled to start showing movies on Fri, Feb. 27, said Jodi Pine, Muvico spokesperson.. […]

Playoff push at CHS

Boys' hoops squad eager to get in

The Calabasas High boys’ basketball team has gone through many changes during the past year. Now the Coyotes hope to return to a familiar spot—the playoffs. Although CHS has a new head coach and has made numerous lineup alterations, the squad is in control of its postseason fate after missing out on a playoff berth last year. Heading into Wednesday […]

Four Seasons serves up special dining events

Four Seasons Hotel in Westlake Village is offering a number of special events in its restaurants and in the Wellness Kitchen at California Health & Longevity Institute through March. Heart to Heart luncheon Dr. Jonathan Cole, the California Health & Longevity Institute medical director, will present a discussion of heart health issues at noon Thurs., Feb. 19 at the Heart […]

War on terror

Israel is on the front line in the war against Islamic terrorists, an enemy that has sworn Israel’s destruction, has sent suicide bombers into Israel and has sent thousands of missiles into Israel to kill as many civilians as possible. Israel withdrew from Gaza in 2005, but Hamas still fired over 5,000 rockets into Israel, claiming Israel was still occupying […]

Stacy Richardson

Stacy Richardson is one of Conejo Valley’s premier agents, and has been a top producer at Dilbeck Realtors for the last 17 years. She was honored as the No. 1 residential agent for the entire Dilbeck Realtors organization annually in 2000 through 2006, and last year was additionally recognized as the No. 5 agent out of 45,000 GMAC agents nationwide. […]


An article about the trial of Diana Shakhov had an error in the edition of Jan. 22. The first case ended in a mistrial after the jury deadlocked 9-3 for an acquittal. Shakhov was driving a car that rear-ended another vehicle on June 2, 2003 on Thousand Oaks Boulevard. In the crash, a 17yearold Westlake High School student, Nicole Johnson, […]

Vail promoted to partner

The Westlake Village accounting firm of Tignino & Lutz LLP (www.tignino.com) announced that Kristine Vail was promoted to partner. Vail joined the firm in 2007 and brings 15 years of Certified Public Accounting experience in both the public and private sectors. She is a member of the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants, California Society of CPAs and a member […]

Local football talent makes it official

SMILE, BOYS—The Ventura County Football Coaches Association held its annual National Letter of Intent signing party at Clarion Palm Garden in Thousand Oaks. In the front row, from left, are Westlake’s Justin Lilley (Portland State) and Zach Dunaj (San Diego), Moorpark’s Tim Vizzi (Cal Poly), Oaks Christian’s Brian Owusu (Harvard) and Andrew Bierschenk (Princeton), Thousand Oaks’ John Lister (Hawaii) and […]

Feeling Blue

READY TO ROCK—Alternative rock band Tango Kilo will perform at 8:30 p.m. Fri., Feb. 6 at Ultra Blue Lounge, part of the Blue Bar and Restaurant, 5017 Lewis Road, Agoura Hills. Admission is $5. Band members are, from left, Robbie Kaufmann, Randy Jordan, Jeremy Lacey and Dave Mancha.