2011-03-03

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Sheriff’s Blotter



Agoura A $400 cellphone was stolen from Albertsons supermarket in the 26500 block of Agoura Road on Feb. 21. The owner had left the cellphone on a counter. Someone stole a $ 3,000 catalytic converter from a vehicle parked in the 2700 block of Agoura Road. Calabasas A burglar stole a $250 pair of sunglasses, two cellphones valued at $250, […]

Boys & Girls Clubs to honor their members



The Boys & Girls Clubs of Conejo and Las Virgenes will recognize youth who have made significant contributions to the community during the annual Youth of the Year dinner and awards presentation from 6 to 9 p.m. Fri., March 18 at First Christian Church, 801 Knollwood Drive, Newbury Park. The event theme is “A Night at the Oscars.” Approximately 45 […]

Rotary Club presents magical benefit in Moorpark



Local magician Paul Dwork and five colleagues, all members of the Magic Castle in Hollywood, will perform in the annual Rotary Creates Magic show at 7:30 p.m. Sat., March 12 at High Street Arts Center, 45 E. High St., Moorpark. The event is organized by the Rotary Club of Camarillo. Proceeds will benefit the Brain Injury Center of Ventura County. […]

Deputies run for diabetes cure



Sepanlou offers strong background in schools




As a newcomer to politics, Roxsana Sepanlou said she would bring a fresh perspective to the Calabasas City Council if elected to office on March 8. Sepanlou, who has a doctorate in organizational leadership, said she would use her ethics and professional experience to work collaboratively with residents and businesses. Her first priority would be to survey residents to learn […]

Explore the national parks while searching for hidden treasure




The National Park Service has unveiled a new activity in the Santa Monica Mountains that combines high-tech gadgets with the fun of a scavenger hunt. Park ranger Mike Theune said the new program, parkcaching, is a play on the word “geocaching,” a worldwide outdoor treasure hunt where participants find caches using GPS devices. A traditional geocache consists of a hidden […]

Establishment pays attention to healthy balance



Like almost everyone I know, I’ve become more conscientious about the food I eat. Shopping with care, eating smaller portions and using smart recipes have become a way of life. Balancing diet and exercise with the occasional indulgence is a challenge I must deal with. Hampton’s restaurant at the Four Season’s Hotel in Westlake Village offers the best of both […]

Insurance available for pre-existing conditions




Do you find it hard to obtain health insurance due to pre-existing conditions? You may be eligible for the new Pre-Existing Condition Insurance Plan, a program for people who have a pre-existing medical condition and have been without health insurance coverage for at least six months. People with pre- existing conditions face daunting challenges and high costs when they shop […]

Stobie for less government

Calabasas polls open 7 a.m. to 8 p.m. March 8


Terry Stobie wants to shrink the power and size of local government and protect the rights of property owners who moved to Calabasas to enjoy an independent and rural lifestyle. The 51-year-old demolition contractor and longtime resident of Calabasas decided to run for City Council in a protest of sorts against the city’s new building code and septic tank policies. […]


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