2009-09-17

Last week’s top performers



Larry Edwards, head coach, Calabasas: In his first game back following a long coaching hiatus from the Coyotes, Edwards guided his squad to a 2812 victory over Granada Hills in front of a thrilled CHS home crowd. Agoura defense: When the other team fails to score, you’re doing something right. The Chargers created five turnovers in beating Ventura, 12-0. Sam […]

Calabasas sewer lines not needed



Some at the city of Calabasas are intent on spending upwards of $2 million of taxpayer money to extend over 6,000 lineal foot of sewers to serve under three dozen homes in the semi-rural Old Topanga neighborhood. At a Sept. 9 meeting, Councilman Groveman appeared at times to bully his fellow council members into believing septic systems are a key […]

New braves, squaws join Indian Guides



Community Center receives honors



The California Joint Powers Insurance Authority recently recognized the Agoura Hills/Calabasas Community Center for its 2009 risk management performance. The authority gave the community center three awards: Best Overall Performance—Worker’s Compensation Program, Best Overall Performance—General Liability Program and Most Improved Worker’s Compensation Program. “These awards recognize the (community center’s) achievements in managing and controlling its liability and workers’ compensation risks” […]

Luncheon, Pumpkin Fest kick-off



The Calabasas Chamber of Commerce will host a luncheon from 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. Thurs., Sept. 24 at the Calabasas Civic Center Founders Hall, 200 Civic Center Way. Calabasas Mayor Jonathon Wolfson will speak. The cost is $20 for members and $25 for nonmembers. To RSVP, call (818) 222-5680. The Chamber will have a kick-off mixer for this fall’s […]

Teams trying to catch Coyotes

Marmonte League outlook: Girls’ tennis

The Coyotes are the favorites again until someone can knock off the champs. Calabasas High’s girls’ tennis team has been the strongest squad since joining the Marmonte League in 2002, but other schools are getting closer to toppling the Coyotes. “Over the last three or four years, I’ve seen the gap between talent on our team and our league close,” […]

Show a little respect, please



Society’s polarization bodes ill for our country’s future. Liberal vs. conservative, old vs. young, poor vs. rich are just some of the ways we’ve allowed others to define us, mostly un-healthly. We’re really a Heinz 57 mix. That’s our strength. Those who would manipulate us play upon and magnify our differences to achieve their own ends.  The healthcare debate is a […]

Moses and Miriam visit Congregation Or Ami



Language program spoken highly of at Oak Park



Soon, all K12 Oak Park students will learn about the Chinese language and culture, thanks to a $580,000 federal grant the school district was just awarded. The Foreign Language Assistance Program Grant, administered by the United States Department of Education, was awarded to 41 schools this year. “We are looking forward to offering one of the most comprehensive programs for […]

EYE ON LOCAL AREA STOCKS



Company Name Symbol Sept. 16 Sept. 9 Sept. 2 Aug. 26 Headquartered AMGEN AMGN 59.69 59.18 59.10 61.24 THOUSAND OAKS BAXTER BAX 56.12 55.82 55.58 56.85 THOUSAND OAKS BEVERLY HILLS BANCORP BHBC 0.03 0.02 0.02 0.02 CALABASAS CAMINOSOFT CORP. CMSF 0.02 0.02 0.01 0.00 * WESTLAKE VILLAGE CHEESECAKE FACTORY CAKE 19.92 19.32 18.08 18.81 CALABASAS DIODES, INC DIOD 20.38 21.83 […]


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