2012-02-09 E-Edition

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Says telecoms have upper hand

I have written to the Calabasas City Council and been to city hall several times regarding the wireless ordinance. It will now be open season on our neighborhoods by the telecom companies. Who authorized this? Is it the City Council’s decision to further weaken an already weakened policy they had for 13 years? Have these hearings meant less than nothing, […]

Westlake Korean Community Church aspires to follow godly path, spread the gospel

About 300 people gathered in Westlake Village on Jan. 29 for a special worship service and lunch to commemorate the 10th anniversary of Westlake Korean Community Church. The church awarded $1,000 scholarships to 10 local high school and college students. Franky Bowder, youth pastor for the church, handed out the awards. The scholarships went to high school students who were […]

Recycling drive benefits young musicians at Westlake High

Individual, team glory go to Simi Valley

Marmonte League wrestling finals

If this ends up being Guy Greene’s last full season as head coach of Simi Valley High’s wrestling team, he’s going out on a glorious wave, like Patrick Swayze in “Point Break.” The Pioneers dominated the Marmonte League individual championships at Moorpark High last Saturday, with Samuel Duchene, Brandon Campbell, William Gockel- Figge, Austin Braddock and Jacob Cano winning title […]

Medicare covers home health

Health commentary

Medicare covers a variety of healthcare services that you can receive in the comfort and privacy of your home. These include intermittent skilled nursing care, physical therapy, speech-language pathology services and occupational therapy. Such services used to be available only at a hospital or doctor’s office. But they’re just as effective, more convenient and usually less expensive when you get […]

Unsafe at Agoura’s Willow Elementary

On Fri., Dec. 2, 2011, my husband was dropping off my daughter at Willow Elementary School using the drop-off lane. There is only one driveway going in the school parking lot. If you go straight, it leads to the pickup and drop-off lane. On the day my husband’s car was hit, a woman dropping off her own kids pulled into […]

Treehouse club promotes friendship, charity, work ethics

On a quiet suburban street in the Westlake portion of Thousand Oaks, a group of local children have created their own world under the cover of tree branches. Last fall, 9-year-old Jack Garabedian and 10-year-old Hogan Zuckerman built a tree fort in the Garabedians’ front yard with the help of Jack’s dad, Jim. Together they constructed a floor, a door […]

Seeking nominations for Unsung Hero Award

The Ventura County Community Foundation seeks nominations for the Kesa Ryono Unsung Hero Award to honor a Ventura County resident who works diligently and without fanfare to better the quality of life in the neighborhood. The award will be presented at the foundation’s third annual Community Leadership Awards ceremony in April, when the foundation recognizes organizations and individuals who have […]

Calabasas girls surging on soccer pitch

Are the Coyotes underdogs? Not anymore. The Calabasas High girls’ soccer team is no longer a pushover or patsy. No squad in the Marmonte League is hotter than the Coyotes. Calabasas (10-5-4 overall, 8-2-3 Marmonte) has won six straight matches entering tonight’s 6 p.m. regular-season finale against league champion Westlake. Third-year head coach Julie Scheppele, a CHS history teacher, has […]