2010-04-15

2010-04-15 E-Edition

Best foot forward

Agoura hurdler Cabral in a league of his own

Johnathan Cabral didn’t want to miss the party—he was born on New Year’s Eve. Turns out, Cabral had nothing to worry about. He’s giving folks plenty to celebrate. The Agoura High track and field junior is one of the top hurdlers in the nation, and he’s getting better. At the Arcadia Invitational last weekend, Cabral won the 110-meter hurdle race […]

Dogs will have their day at Nuts for Mutts



The sixth annual Nuts for Mutts–The Walk & Festival 2010 will be from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. Sun., April 18 at the Agoura Hills/Calabasas Community Center, 27040 Malibu Hills Road, Calabasas. The event will benefit the animal rescue group New Leash on Life, the Calabasas Rotary and the Agoura Hills/Calabasas Community Center. The family fundraiser will feature a 5K […]

Scouts do their thinking outside the box

Owl houses, other project benefit parks

Visitors to Oak Canyon Community Park in Oak Park may are seeing new birdhouses built on tall poles. The five houses were installed to attract barn owls, which help to naturally control rodents in the area. The 3-by-4-foot barn owl boxes are just one of several projects completed by area Boy and Girl Scout groups on behalf of the Rancho […]

Predator on the prowl



Writer nominated for mystery award



Westlake Village writer Robert Weibezahl has been nominated for the 2010 Derringer Award for his short story, “Identity Theft.” The Derringer Awards are given each year by the Short Mystery Fiction Society, a worldwide group of writers, editors, publishers and readers that promotes the creation, publication and appreciation of short crime and mystery fiction. “Identity Theft” first appeared on the […]

Westlake All-Stars win at Redwood



Story was too close for comfort



As a former Realtor for many years in the Agoura area, I was always interested in the zoning that Art Wizzin got on his property on Ladyface Mountain. Art planned a commercial use of the mountain and a tram taking people up one side and down the back. At the time, some said there was to be an eating establishment. […]

Second Chance Prom to help community



The Second Chance Prom at St. Maximilian Kolbe Catholic Church in Thousand Oaks this Saturday will give guests a chance to relive prom night while a youth group raises funds for a cause. Lee Renaud, a volunteer service coordinator for teens at St. Max, said the teen group will use the money raised from the prom to pay for a […]

Applicants sought for architectural review panel



The city of Calabasas is seeking applicants for four open positions on the city’s Architectural Review Panel.  As a standing committee appointed by the members of the city’s planning commission, the panel reviews pending development projects in the city and provides architectural design criticism and feedback to property owners and developers to promote quality urban design.  The positions on the […]


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