2011-06-16

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SHERIFF’S BLOTTER



Agoura A burglar stole a $430 tennis bracelet from a home in the 5500 block of Foothill Drive June 6. A thief stole a purse containing a $100 wallet with credit cards and $350 digital camera from a car parked in the 32000 block of Agoura Road next to Bogies restaurant June 6. There was $500 in damage to the […]

Military orders ready for Red, White & Blue Ball



The Conejo Valley Chapter, Military Order of the World Wars and the Sergeant Michael A. Di- Raimondo Chapter, Military Order of the Purple Heart and national veterans organizations will present the 26th annual Red, White and Blue Ball at 5:30 p.m. Sat., June 25 at Reagan Library, 40 Presidential Drive, Simi Valley. This military and social function is open to […]

Insurance agent honored



Carol Knowles, a Thousand Oaks-based broker with California Long Term Care Insurance Services Inc. of Burlingame, has been recognized as a leading long-term care insurance professional in the state. She was recently honored by the American Association for Long-Term Care Insurance, the national trade organization, with the industry’s 2011 Sales Achievement Award. The annual award recognizes leading long-term care insurance […]

Grad Facts



Viewpoint School Class of 2010 Number of graduates117 ValedictorianJohn Christian SaltutatorianBryce Beisswanger

Teen trippin’ this summer



The Agoura Hills Recreation Center will sponsor Adventure Club trips and Engineering Fundamentals Camp for teens this summer. For more information on the programs, call the rec center at (818) 597-7361, come by the center at 30610 Thousand Oaks Blvd. or go to www.ci.agourahills.ca.us. Adventure Club is for ages 10 to 15. The shuttle for all trips will depart from […]

Westlake council honors the city’s best




Under the guidance of city officials, five White Oak Elementary students led the proceedings at last week’s City Council meeting in Westlake Village. The fourth- and fifth-graders, who were appointed to the dais by their peers and school staff, browsed through agenda packets and made motions while seated next to elected officials. Parents, teachers and school representatives came to the […]

Bringing Ghana to school



A toast to Alex’s Lemonade



Calabasas grads make a difference



Clara Thomas Clara Thomas’s professional aspirations concern the good of humanity. The 18-year-old daughter of Jody and Randy Thomas will attend Cornell University to study bioengineering. She hopes to use her scientific skills to help find a cure and new treatments for cancer. The CHS Valedictorian has been a member of the California Scholarship Federation and CHS Science Bowl team. […]


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