2009-05-21

History Day comes to Masson House



Mountains Restoration Trust will host History Day at Masson Homestead at Headwaters Corner in honor of National Historic Preservation Month. The event is from noon to 4 p.m. Sun., May 31 at Headwaters Corner, 23075 Mulholland Highway in Calabasas. The William C. Masson House, which was built in the 1890s, was named the city’s first local historical landmark earlier this […]

Marissa Lynn Djernes



Marissa is a student at Oaks Christian High School where she’s on the equestrian team. Outside of school, she’s a member of the Foxfield drill team. Her career interests are in business and law, and she’d like to become a lawyer. Marissa will be attending Southern Methodist University next fall. Marissa’s the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Christopher Matthew Djernes […]

Calabasas named Tree City USA



Calabasas has been named a Tree City USA for the 11th year by the Arbor Day Foundation to honor its commitment to a community forestry. Calabasas has met the four standards to obtain this honor: have a tree board or department, a tree care ordinance, a comprehensive community forestry program and an Arbor Day observation and proclamation. The Tree City […]

Westlake, Oaks Christian swimmers make a big splash at section finals



The Westlake High girls’ swim team reached a familiar pinnacle last weekend. With only seven swimmers, the Warriors won the CIFSouthern Section Division II swimming finals with 178.5 points at Belmont Plaza at Long Beach. The championship was Westlake’s second in three years. “This was really exciting to watch,” said eighthyear swimming coach Todd Irmas. “I just want the girls […]

Topanga Days, fun for all



The 36th annual Topanga Days Fair will be Memorial Day weekend from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. Saturday through Monday, May 23, 24 and 25, on the Topanga Community Club grounds at 1440 N. Topanga Canyon Blvd., Topanga. Headlining acts scheduled to perform are Blood, Sweat & Tears on May 23, Santana original lead singer Gregg Rolie on May 24 […]

Views Of The Hills



This 1973 Kitmanufactured 3bedroom, 2bathroom home with views of the Conejo Valley hills is approximately 1,200 square feet with a flowing floor plan, neutral carpeting, paneled walls and plenty of windows. The entry steps lead to a covered front porch. The living room is spacious with large windows and built in cabinetry. The kitchen has a breakfast bar, gas range […]

Community says farewell to Harvey Kern



MOVIN’ ON—Harvey Kern, holding the plaque, is a docent at the Reyes Adobe historical site in Agoura Hills. His fellow volunteers honored him for his many years of assistance at the rancho at the May 13 City Council meeting . Kern is moving to Los Angeles after living in Oak Park for 40 years. Among his other volunteer duties, Kern […]

Amanda Grace Gordon



Amanda attends Westlake High School where she’s a member of the California Scholarship Federation. She’s been on the varsity swim team for four years and the varsity water polo team for one year. She’s a scholar athlete and has received the coach’s award for swimming. Amanda will be attending Sonoma State University in the fall and will pursue a major […]

Patients see advantages to eye surgery



The work of Westlake Village eye specialist Dr. Rajesh Khanna, founder of the Khanna Institute of Lasik, is gaining further media recognition. Khanna was the topic of a recent article published by the trade journal Cataract and Refractive Surgery Today, and he also appeared on the January cover of Life After 50 for an article titled “Seeing is Believing.” In […]

Coyotes bounced from Division I tennis bracket




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