2011-03-10 E-Edition

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Lost Hills issue

After reading the srticle on the danger presented to pedestrians trying to access the Lost Hills Bridge, one would get the mistaken impression that the city of Calabasas sympathizes with its residents, but the sympathy did not express itself in support for residents who are simply seeking a red left turn signal. This would allow pedestrians not to have to […]

Teenager strives to educate peers about Tourette’s Syndrome

Instead of shying away from uncomfortable questions about a neurological disorder, a 16-yearold Calabasas High School student is happy to discuss his experience with Tourette’s Syndrome. Logan Kurtz of Topanga was recently featured in the Tourette Syndrome Association’s national newsletter for his efforts to spread awareness about the disorder, which causes involuntary physical and vocal tics. Shortly after he transferred […]

High School Highlights

Agoura Chargers Fri., March 11: Late AP sales/AAP Tues., March 15: Senior informational meeting/G building/ 7:50 a.m. Wed., March 16: Senior informational meeting/G building/ 7:50 a.m. Thurs., March 17: District music festival/G building Choir and orchestra concert/G building/7 p.m. Calabasas Coyotes Fri., March 11: AP tests on sale/ nutrition and lunch Outdoor pep rally/11:45 a.m. Sat., March 12: SAT/8 a.m. […]

Audiologist opens Conejo Hearing Center

Conejo Hearing Center will open its doors for business on Wed., March 16 at 5655 Lindero Canyon Road, Suite 503, Westlake Village. The center is operated by audiologist Christine Wilson, who’s worked in the area for almost five years. “Over the 15 years I’ve been in this field, I’ve noticed a lack of quality care, so that’s what prompted me […]

Rabobank introduces $15-million fund to help small farms

Rabobank N.A. has created a $15-million fund to help small farmers in key areas of California get financing for operations, equipment and crop production. The bank partnered with Valley Small Business Development Corporation and California Coastal Rural Development Corporation to administer the fund. “Rabobank is committed to all levels of agricultural lending, from the small family farm to the largest […]

Thanks, coach

This week marked the end of my son’s wrestling career at Calabasas High School. I just wanted to publicly thank the coaches for their hard work and dedication. I have had two sons wrestle at Calabasas. Coach Andy Falk has been amazing in the six years I have known him. He has greatly impacted the lives of my sons and […]

Calabasas to celebrate trees

The city of Calabasas will host the official Arbor Day ceremony and tree planting at 11:30 a.m. Sat., March 19 at Gates Canyon Park, 25801 Thousand Oaks Blvd., Calabasas. The event is free. A children’s tree planting activity will take place before the ceremony. A Los Angeles County Smart Gardening workshop will begin at 10 a. m. The workshop will […]

Psychotherapist to speak at parenting night

Joey Levin, a health clerk at Calabasas High School, hopes that this year’s R.A.P. (Resolve and Problem Solve) parent advisory program will attract parents from local middle and elementary schools. Bob Mann, a USC-trained psychotherapist, will speak at the Wed., March 16 session at 7 p.m. in the school’s library. Although Mann has worked with clients from age 4 to […]

Chat to discuss pain

Health Chats, a free community seminar, is scheduled from 9 to 10 a.m. Thurs., March 17 on the lower level in front of Macy’s Home and Men’s store at The Oaks mall, Hillcrest Drive, Thousand Oaks. Kevin Dietal, M.D., orthopedic spine surgeon on staff at Los Robles Hospital and Medical Center, will explain the many conditions that can cause neck […]

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