2010-03-04 E-Edition

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Chargers take perfect season to the Pyramid

Agoura faces Inglewood with section title in the balance

Tony Scott has the ultimate respect for his opponent. The head coach of Inglewood High’s girls’ basketball team knows his squad faces a colossal challenge against the unbeaten Agoura Chargers in Saturday’s CIF-Southern Section Division 3AA title game at the Walter Pyramid in Long Beach. “I told my kids the other day, ‘This team is 29-0. Can you believe that?’” […]

Westlake women sponsor rescue dog

The Westlake Women’s Club recently presented a $2,500 donation to the National Disaster Search Dog Foundation based in Ojai. “We started raising funds for the search dogs in response to the 9/11 attacks. So far we have donated $15,500 to a local organization that we strongly feel is of global importance,” said Karen Bradley, club president. The club became the […]

Oh, how we love the rain

A Calabasas high

Agoura Hills seeks sponsors for Concerts in the Park

Summer program at Chumash

The city of Agoura Hills Department of Community Services is seeking sponsors for the 2010 “Summer Concerts in the Park,” a series of free outdoor concerts held in Chumash Park. Sponsorship benefits include logo on fliers and in newspaper ads, mentions in radio ads and street banners. The banners will be hung along Kanan Road and Thousand Oaks Boulevard from Memorial […]

Wrestling’s elite power into state meet

Back in the day, gladiators fought in Rome’s Colosseum. The toughest kids in California entertain the masses at Rabobank Arena in Bakersfield. Multiple area high school wrestlers will compete this Friday and Saturday at the CIF State Wrestling Championships. Saul Garcia of Moorpark, Behdod Katebian of Thousand Oaks, Camarillo’s Matt Hickman and Royal’s Edward Ruiz are making their second straight […]

Pet of the Week

Las Virgenes administrators accept cut in pay

70 teachers get pink slips

The Las Virgenes Unified School District’s top brass will accept a 5 percent reduction in pay to help ease budget concerns and avoid further program cuts, but the move still won’t be enough to stop layoff notices from being issued to 70 teachers on March 15. The reduced salary for principals, deans and district cabinet members, including Superintendent Donald Zimring, […]

Lost hikers rescued in Santa Monicas

Two groups of hikers and their dogs that became lost in the Santa Monica Mountains in mid-February were found safe following an all-night search by the Malibu Mountain Rescue Team. After Ashley Brooke-Hall, 20, and Fredrick Kassel, 28, both of Thousand Oaks, didn’t return home from their hike on the evening of Feb. 15 as planned, Hall’s roommates reported the […]

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