Science students shine

Shruti Aggarwal, an eighthgrader at Medea Creek Middle School in Oak Park, wasn’t the only student to gain recognition at the Ventura County Science Fair. At the Oak Park Unified School District Board of Education meeting on May 17, all of the winning science fair competitors were recognized for their outstanding efforts at the science fair. Special Awards Billy Follett, […]

Locals leave opposition feeling Blue

ALL AZUL—The Real So Cal Blue girls’ U-9 soccer team won its division at the SAS Kickers & Chivas USA Spring Cup. Pictured in the front row, from left, are Lauren Battin, Madelyn Myer, Samantha Griffith, Ashley Pernin, Alanah Castillo and Annie Forbes. Back row: Coach Geoff Raives, Sophia Druian, Lucia Lima, Jessica FitzWilliam, Alex East, Ashley Pernin and Chelsea […]

Kite fright in Agoura

Lost Hills Sheriff’s Station embarks on Ride2Recovery

The Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department, Lost Hills Station, will sponsor a Ride2Recovery Cyclefest on Sat., June 11. Check-in will start at 6:30 a.m. with a safety briefing before the rides start at 7:30 a.m. The Ride2Recovery program assists injured veterans by providing them with equipment and training to overcome injuries they sustained while in service. All rides will start […]

Chamber jump starts breakfast

The Greater Conejo Valley Chamber of Commerce Jump Start Networking Breakfast of Champions will be from 6:45 to 9 a.m. Fri., June 3 at Sunset Hills Country Club, 4155 Erbes Road North, Thousand Oaks. Brian Theiss, president and founder of the Theiss Institute of Health and Fitness, will lead an interactive workshop on maintaining a healthy body and mind to […]

Westlake students make the grade

Track greats advance to state meet

The following area student-athletes have qualifi ed for the CIF State Track & Field Championships on Friday and Saturday at Buchanan High’s Veterans Memorial Stadium in Clovis: • Oaks Christian’s 4×100 boys’ relay team featuring Ronny Camacho, Terry Lee Johnson, Ishmael Adams and Vinnie Saucer • Oaks Christian’s 4×400 girls’ relay team featuring Ally Courtnall, Megan Huning, Abby King and […]

Get to know thy neighbor

Do you know your neighbors? That used to be a silly question. Time was, everybody on the block knew everybody—even the names of kids and pets. Because of today’s hyper-technological society, it’s more likely you’ll run into your neighbor on Facebook than in the front yard. Conversations over the white picket fence are slowly becoming a thing of the past. […]

Oak Christian School opens its doors to online world

Building on the best practices of its main campus in Westlake Village, Oaks Christian School is launching an online program that offers summer classes as well as part-and full-time courses for college-bound students seeking to expand their educational horizons. Since opening in 2000, Oaks Christian School has gained national acclaim for student achievement in academics, arts and sports. According to […]

Art this weekend

Conejo Valley Art Museum will sponsor the 24th annual ArtWalk ‘11, a fine arts and designer crafts exhibition, from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Sat. and Sun., June 4 and 5 at the corner of West Hillcrest Drive and Wilbur Road (near the Janss Marketplace) in Thousand Oaks. Original and handmade American works of art will be for sale. The […]

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