2010-11-25 E-Edition

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THURS., NOV. 25 Rocky Peak Trail Run 8 to 10 a.m. Meet at trailhead at Rocky Peak exit off Highway 118, Simi Valley. Nine miles round trip. Steep and challenging trail. Sponsored by New Basin Blues Running Club. Contact: Victor Cohen Email: tired_trigeek@earthlink.net Web: www.newbasinblues.org Time: 8:00 a.m. Date: 11/25/2010 Turkey Day Dash 8 a.m. to noon at The Oaks […]

Students schooled on latest CSU fee hike

15 percent increase coming

Donna Seltzer and Noheli Viramontes are among thousands of university students who will be working harder for a college degree that just became more expensive. The women, juniors at California State University Channel Islands in Camarillo, will have to pay higher tuition fees starting Jan. 1. It’s a reality faced by 430,000 CSU students throughout the state. The California State […]

Mobile marine repair business launches locally

Company is family owned

Marinesmith and RV, a boat and RV repair company, opened its doors for business on Nov. 1. The Conejo Valley-based company says it can send a mobile technician to diagnose customer problems within 24 hours. The company is family-owned and operated and is committed to providing timely service with quality workmanship. Marinesmith and RV uses OEM parts when available and […]

School board seeks members for control committee

The Oak Park Unified School District Board of Education announced that several positions are open on its Citizens’ Oversight Committee. The volunteer panel is responsible for overseeing the district’s two bond measures and a parcel tax. Applications will be accepted until Dec. 15. Committee members will be charged with reviewing the accounts of Measure R, Measure C6 and the Measure […]

New nature center for Headwaters Corner

Headwaters Corner in Calabasas is enhancing its reputation as the area’s environmental hub. At a recent City Council meeting, representatives from Mountains Restoration Trust and the architectural firm Roesling, Nakamura and Terada unveiled plans for a new Nature Education Center at the MRT headquarters on Old Topanga Road and Mulholland Highway. Headwaters Corner opened several years ago as a collaboration […]

Families flock to Wellness gingerbread event

Philanthropic Agoura resident earns recognition

Brad Rosenheim, a longtime Agoura Hills resident, received the Valley Cultural Center’s sixth annual Clyde Porter Humanitarian Award at the center’s 35th anniversary gala fundraiser. He was honored again at the Nov. 19 Agoura City Council meeting. The Oct. 8 fundraiser took place at the Warner Center Marriott in Woodland Hills. The Clyde Porter Humanitarian Award is given to one […]

Doctors try their hand at new surgical robot

Film screening at Mariposa

Mariposa Elementary School of Global Education will host the screening of “Race to Nowhere” at 6:30 p.m. Thurs., Dec. 2 at the school, 650 N. Calmfield Ave., Agoura Hills. The film is a documentary directed by Vicki Abeles about the pressures faced by American schoolchildren and their teachers in a culture obsessed with competition and achievement. Tickets are $10 in […]