2011-10-27 E-Edition

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A disgruntled Calabasas resident

Give the residents nothing. This has become the pervasive attitude at Calabasas City Hall. City staff, led by City Manager Coroalles and City Attorney Colantuono at the Oct. 12 council meeting, seemed determined to support a developer and require adjacent residents to pay tens of thousands of dollars in fees to extend a fire hydrant line to a proposed project […]

Calabasas Library to honor veterans during special ceremony

The Calabasas Library, in partnership with the Veterans of Foreign Wars-Las Virgenes Post 7799, will host a Veterans Day celebration Sat., Nov. 12 to pay tribute to those who served their country. The event will give residents a chance to meet with veterans and hear their stories firsthand, said Calabasas librarian Alexandria Godina. “This is the first time the library […]

High School Highlights

Agoura Chargers Fri., Oct. 28: Third annual faculty versus men’s soccer kickball game Sat., Oct. 29: Homecoming dance/gym/8 to 11 p.m. Tues., Nov. 1: Makeup California High School Exit Exam TAB meeting/7 p.m. Wed., Nov. 2: Makeup California High School Exit Exam Calabasas Coyotes Fri., Oct. 28: End of first quarter ComedySportz game/7 p.m. Coyote Connect/7 p.m. Sat., Oct. 29: […]

Professor to discuss Lutheranism

R. Guy Erwin, the Gerhard and Olga J. Belgum Professor of Lutheran Confessional Theology and director of the Segerhammar Center of Faith and Culture at California Lutheran University, will present the Reformation Heritage Lecture “What Does It Mean To Be Lutheran Today?” at 4 p.m. Mon., Nov. 7 in CLU’s Roth Nelson Room, Mountclef Boulevard,, Thousand Oaks. The lecture is […]

Weekend schedule

Simi Valley atOaks ChristianFriday, 7 p.m.Newbury Park atWestlakeFriday, 7 p.m.Oak Park atCarpinteriaFriday, 7:30 p.m.Viewpoint atChadwickSaturday, 1 p.m.

Yes on Measure K

Please get all the facts and join the endorsers who have made an educated choice to vote yes on measure K. These are the local leaders who spend a lot of their time sorting the details and conferring about the need for this parcel tax to create local funding for the LVUSD. At the PFC (Parent Faculty Club) level, they […]

Boys & Girls Clubs ‘Stand Up for Kids’

The Boys & Girls Clubs of Conejo & Las Virgenes’ “Stand Up For Kids” gala auction took on special meaning this year. It’s the clubs’ 10th anniversary, and at last week’s annual fundraiser more than 600 guests from the community and beyond came to pay tribute to the organization. This year the clubs have increased their enrollment from 1,850 to […]

Cheerleaders surprise their coach

Medicare announces enrollment changes

Medicare’s open enrollment season begins earlier and lasts longer this year than in the past. Open enrollment has already started and will continue through Dec. 7. The earlier enrollment will allow time to process any changes you make and ensure that you have a new membership card in hand on Jan. 1. This is the time when people with Medicare […]

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