2010-01-28

2010-01-28 E-Edition

Oak Park senior standout a San Francisco treat

Varney will play college ball in Bay Area

Next stop: San Francisco. Seventeen-year-old Lauren Varney was born and raised in Oak Park. A senior for the Oak Park High girls’ basketball team, Varney long ago established herself as one of the area’s premier hoops talents. It was on local blacktops and in nearby gymnasiums where the 5-foot-11 forward honed her skills from a young age, refining the powerful […]

Pipe down, all you smoke shop critics



I am appalled at the accusations flying at the tobacco shop that has opened up at Lake Lindero Drive and Thousand Oaks Boulevard. Having read the letters in recent issues, I stopped into the shop to see what all the fuss was about. Far from a “head shop,” I found the shop and its patron pleasant and law-abiding. The den […]

Dealing with financial stress



Gateway Church will sponsor an eight-week Financial Peace Seminar at the 9 and 10:45 a.m. Sunday services beginning Jan. 31 at the church, 29646 Agoura Road, Agoura Hills. The series is intended to help people move from financial stress to financial peace. Everyone that signs up for one of the 13 discussion groups meeting weekly throughout the Conejo Valley will […]

Safe drug drop-off



The Malibu/Lost Hills Sheriff’s Station recently began its “Safe Drug Drop-Off” program, a way for citizens to safely dispose of unused and outdated prescription medications. The Lomita Sheriff’s Station began the service last year. Since then, the program has expanded throughout Los Angeles County. Working with the Las Virgenes Municipal Water District and the cities of Agoura Hills, Calabasas, Hidden […]

Calabasas cleans up when it comes to environment



Residents of Calabasas and surrounding cities recycled more electronic and hazardous waste items in the last year than ever before. The city offers frequent recycling roundups throughout the year, collecting electronic waste, paint, batteries and other items. In 2009, the city collected more than 228,000 pounds of mixed electronic waste, including more than 91,000 pounds of television and computer monitors […]

Agoura charging toward league championship



Mixed signals



This is in response to the letter titled “Smoke shop sends wrong signal.” It strikes me as odd that people would use the reason of a 7-Eleven, a place where kids congregate, as a reason a newly opened tobacco and hookah store is wrong.  Hookah is only a different way to smoke tobacco. It was described that bongs where hanging in the […]

Unity Church presents James Nihan in concert



Unity of the Oaks Church presents James Nihan, with special guest Dawn Zurlinden, in concert at 7 p.m. Fri., Feb. 12 at the church, 1414 E. Thousand Oaks Blvd., Thousand Oaks. Nihan has been described as a poet’s voice painting in sound with open-hearted lyrics. For reservations and more information, call (805) 496-6901 or visit www.unityoftheoaks.org.

Coach, players clash at school



The dismissal of three players from the Calabasas High School girls’ varsity basketball team caused a recent ruckus among parents and administrators in the school district. Parents of Tiffany Jadali, Tassara Azad and Shirley Koyman charged that their daughters were dropped from the team because they had requested that head coach David Goosen be monitored for anger issues. Administrators at […]


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