2011-08-11 E-Edition

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Sheriff’s Blotter

Agoura burglars stole $45,800 worth of equipment from the Lab Brewing Co. under construction in the 30100 block of Agoura Road. The culprits also took $6,100 worth of stereo equipment in the July 25 incident. A person stole a $200 wallet containing about $160 in cash, a driver’s license and bank card from a customer at Ralphs supermarket in the […]

Pet of the Week

Eagle air raid

Gridiron impact report: Oak Park pass-catchers

Wu-Tang Financial will diversify your bonds. The Oak Park High football team will diversify its offense. While the Eagles still use some of the run-heavy offensive principles of former head coach and current athletic director Dick Billingsley, a plethora of talented wide receivers have the ability to open up OPHS’ passing game. “Coach B founded the running option game,” said […]

A tale of two couples

Bill and Marjorie were married more than 30 years when Marjorie decided to return to school for a Master of Divinity. Bill was a successful business owner who presided over a company that had been in his family for some generations. He was respected in his community and known for his business acumen and his love for family and friends. […]

Understanding the school tax

Taxpayers will receive their county property tax bills by Nov. 1. Taxpayers who own property within in the Las Virgenes Unified School District or the Oak Park Unified School District will see parcel taxes on their bills. A parcel tax is a direct assessment that is a fixed, lump sum amount charged against each parcel within a district regardless of […]

Agoura dancers share passion with L.A. children

Quinn Miller, an Agoura High School senior, and Jessica Neighbors, a 2011 AHS graduate, put their best feet forward with a summer enrichment project that helped children in South Los Angeles. The two spent four weeks teaching dance classes to kids with the Sheenway Youth Enrichment Center in Watts as part of their Dancers Give Back Club. In July, they […]

WAGS wins national championship

Foster children given a shopping spree

Congregation Or Ami in Calabasas will sponsor the seventh annual Back-to-School Child-Spree shopping event at 6 p.m. Sat., Aug. 20 at Kohl’s department store, 6651 Fallbrook Ave., West Hills. The shopping excursion is for children who are wards of the Department of Children and Family Services of Los Angeles. At this event, the children in foster care will have the […]

Scrap metal thieves busy

Water service was shut down for about five hours on Aug. 3 at an office building on Canwood Street in Agoura Hills to repair damage caused by a thief who stole a water flow device and six feet of copper piping from the property. The incident at the Mediterranean office building at 30423 Canwood St. occurred at about 5:30 a.m. […]