2011-10-06 E-Edition

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Strickland, Pavley in legislative showdown?

Pair could face off in new 27th Senate district

The newly formed state Senate district has thrown Fran Pavley and Tony Strickland a curveball. The redrawn legislative district, which include portions of each senator’s former territory, could pit the two incumbents against each other when their terms expire next year. Pavley’s mostly coastal 23rd Senate District and Strickland’s mostly inland 19th will morph into District 27 at the end […]

Likes Buckley– Weber for council

On Nov. 8, Agoura Hills residents will choose two people to serve as City Council members for the next four years. With so much attention focused on the national scene right now, it’s at the local level where the decisions are made that affect our lives on an immediate and daily basis—keeping neighborhoods safe, streets maintained, community services high, growth […]

Conejo Valley 4-H starts new club year

The Conejo Valley 4-H club started its 2011- 12 year by installing new club officers, planning community service projects and organizing meeting activities to coincide with the club’s year theme of “fi ne art.” The new club officers are: president, Kyla Vinson; vice president of programs, Kayla Hoeflinger; vice president of ways and means, Emmaline Trockey; treasurer, Kyla Vinson; secretary, […]

Ride the rails in Filmore

The Fillmore & Western Railway will offer a variety of rides in October. All trips depart from the station in Central Park, Fillmore. Reservations are required. Call (805) 524-2546 or (800) 773- 8724, or go to www.fwry.com. Oct. 8, 9, 15, 16, 22 and 23. “Steam Engine Pumpkin Liner.” Ride a steam train through Heritage Valley to the Ichabod private […]

Club shines at late-summer tourney

Reyes Adobe Days festival brings past into the present

An old fashioned parade and a two-day festival in the park with music, crafts, food and lots of sunshine provided the highlights for the seventh annual Reyes Adobe Days hosted by the City of Agoura Hills from Sept. 30 to Oct. 2. Don Most, the actor who portrayed freckle-faced Ralph Malph on the iconic television series “Happy Days,” served as […]

Lepisto carries strong support

Ask yourself a simple question: Why is it that Councilmen Denis Weber, Bill Koehler, John Edelston as well as planning commissioners Rick Moses, John O’Meara and Mike Justice endorse Sue Lepisto for Agoura Hills City Council? They do so because of her commitment and involvement in the community. Sue served on the parks and recreation committee for eight years as […]

For the love of animals

Pets are blessed

Tracy Fink called upon St. Francis of Assisi, the patron saint of animals, to protect the health of her 4-year-old therapy dog, Jenny, for many years to come. “I’ve had two dogs that have had cancer, and I just hope that she doesn’t get cancer,” Fink said. The Calabasas resident was one of about 350 people who brought their dogs, […]

It’s ‘Friendship Week’ at Agoura High

Agoura High School is hosting Friendship Week, an idea conceived from the high incidence of teen suicides, specifically three of them in the Las Virgenes Unified School District over the past three years, including the death of a Calabasas student this year. According to James Humphries, a member of the school’s peer counseling team, the group is hosting the event […]