Voter likes Stein

Our community will have an important decision to make this election day: Who will sit on the LVUSD school board? Why is this so important? Decisions made by our school board have a direct and immediate effect on the lives of our children, the quality of our schools and the desirability of our community. So those who sit on this […]

Woman held at Lost Hills goes missing

Law enforcement agencies continue their search for a 24-year-old woman who’s been missing since she was released from the Lost Hills Sheriff’s Station in Calabasas early in the morning of Sept. 17. Deputies arrested Mitrice Richardson of Los Angeles on the evening of Wed., Sept. 16 for allegedly failing to pay for a meal at Geoffrey’s restaurant in Malibu. Marijuana—less […]

Conejo Valley Arts Council board named

Rich Brimer of Camarillo is the new president of the Arts Council of the Conejo Valley. Brimer works at Amgen in Newbury Park and is an artist specializing in plein air painting. Other board members are vice president Georgeanne Lees of Newbury Park, treasurer John Pillsbury of Santa Rosa Valley, recording secretary Geri Schonberg of Westlake Village, corresponding secretary Theodora […]

Villa Esperanza hires new West Region director

Villa Esperanza Services recently hired Thousand Oaks resident Charles Bloomquist as director of the West Region. Bloomquist will oversee Ventura County programs that serve adults with developmental disabilities: employment services, integrated work program, adult residential and independent living skills. Bloomquist has worked in the field for 15 years and is an advocate for maximizing independence for people with developmental disabilities […]

School board election is near

As a recent empty nester, I have a new role as a parent of a young adult who is off to college. However, my years of involvement in the LVUSD system have brought an acute awareness of the influence that governmental challenges bring to bear on school programs. One candidate for LVUSD school board, Lesli Stein, has the background and […]

Reyes Adobe festival recalls Agoura’s past

3-day affair begins Oct. 2

The fifth annual Reyes Adobe Days, an Agoura Hills family festival featuring entertainment, music, cultural activities and recreation for all ages, will feature several new events this year and also include an extra fair day, city officials said during a Sept. 15 kickoff event. The three-day festival will run from Friday through Sunday, Oct. 2, 3 and 4. Activities are […]

Calabasas High musicians perform in honor band

Celebrating women in Rotary Club

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