‘Songs of Peace’ concert honors Daniel

Davis wins, Klessig leading in Westlake

Incumbent Philippa Klessig narrowly leads former mayor Chris Mann in a Westlake Village City Council race being decided by a handful of votes. Incumbent Ned Davis topped the ballot with 1,220 votes, or 41 percent of the total. Klessig received 884 votes—almost 30 percent— with Mann right behind at 845 votes. But 145 provisional and voteby mail ballots remain to […]

Park committee has openings

Rancho Simi Recreation and Park District will have two openings in January 2012 for representatives on the Oak Park Recreation and Park Planning Committee. The group meets quarterly at the community center on Kanan Road to address park planning, development and recreational programming in unincorporated Oak Park. Nominations will be open until Jan. 17. The elections will take place Tues., […]

T.O. Kiwanis to sell See’s candy

Proceeds to benet local charities

Kiwanis Club of Thousand Oaks will be selling See’s candies at a holiday store. Proceeds will benefit the club’s foundation, which helps worthy causes in Conejo Valley. The grand opening will be 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Sun., Nov. 20. The store will be open from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 17 through Christmas Eve at 1610 E. […]

I stink

If you can’t say something nice, don’t say it at all. We’ve all heard that a million times, yet people still say the darnedest things. I’ve hated my curly hair since I was a kid. It’s nappy and grows all over the place. There’s not much I can do with it. I try to keep it short. But it grows […]

Clothing drive

Life Change Community Church will host a clothing drive for homeless and needy families before and after the worship service on Sun., Nov. 13. Residents can bring gentlyused clothing for women, men and children from 8 a.m. to noon to the front of the lobby at the Sheraton Hotel, 30100 Agoura Hills. The church and Hope of the Valley Rescue […]

Measure K school district parcel tax loses

Measure K, the $95-a-year parcel tax to support Las Virgenes schools, won a majority of the votes at the polls Tuesday, but not enough to meet the required two-thirds needed to pass. Of the 6,660 votes that were cast in the several LVUSD communities, 56 percent said yes to the tax and 44 percent said no. Voter turnout countywide was […]

Calabasas public records debate

Calabasas Mayor James Bozajian wants to improve the city’s record-keeping system to preserve important documents and enhance accessibility for residents, officials and city employees. But the amount of improvement depends on cost and practicality, the mayor said. Bozajian and the City Council believe the public record-keeping keep pace with new technologies. “I’m a little uncomfortable with the destruction of records, […]

Food trucks roll up for Agoura High’s academics

Life lessons at Leonis Adobe

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