Student board member position open

The Agoura Hills/Calabasas Community Center Joint Powers Authority is accepting applications for the two student member positions on its board of directors, one student from Agoura Hills and one from Calabasas. The board acts as the governing and policy making body of the authority in the operations, control, improvements and planning of the center, personnel and fiscal operations. Student members […]

Red Oak kids celebrate diversity

Project helps to empower African women

A community forum will take place from 7 to 8:30 p.m. Tues., June 22 at the Simi Valley United Church of Christ, 370 Royal Ave. Amber Lung will give a presentation on the Oshikuku Basket Project. The business project was developed to economically empower African women so they can care for their children while working in a traditional art form. […]

Creationist theory

My dictionary defines the word “evolution” to mean “any process of formation or growth.” It then goes on to elaborate about the “continuous genetic adaptation to the environment by the integrating agencies of selection, hybridization, inbreeding and mutation.” Adaptation, growth, mutation, hybridization, and inbreeding, I’m okay with. Animals, rocks and trees, birds and bees over the eons, why not. In […]

Westlake woman graduates

Julia P. Humphries was among the 539 students who received a degree at the St. Lawrence University commencement ceremony May 16 on the campus in Canton, NY. Humphries received a bachelor’s degree cum laude in economics with a minor in educational studies. She is a resident of Westlake Village and a graduate of Oaks Christian School in Westlake Village. St. […]

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