2012-02-09 E-Edition

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Alternatives to horse slaughter

Re: “ Saving horses from slaughter,” Jan. 19. I’m a 17-year-old girl who is attending her last year of high school. I’m applying to colleges. I’m in Advanced Placement and honors classes, and I’m constantly working my hardest in school and getting good grades so when the bell rings for dismissal I can put on my breeches and boots and […]

Birthday expectations

In the beginning of a relationship, men treat their women way too well for their birthdays. It’s not that women don’t deserve to be treated well. Rather, men can never top what they did during those early days of dating, and after a number of years of marriage—if it gets to that point—women will hold us husbands to the untoppable […]

Rotary event to benefit children, homeless pets

The Rotary Club of Woodland Hills and Malibu Pet Companions will present the inaugural Bless the Beasts and the Children event from 6 to 10 p.m. Sat., May 19 at a private Malibu estate. The event will raise money for local and international Rotary service projects benefiting children, as well as for Malibu Pet Companions’ medical care for sick, injured […]

Lacrosse club claims Starz Cup


THURS., FEB. 9 Woodland Hills Republican Women 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at Woodland Hills Country Club, 21150 Dumetz Road. Mary-Mark Haggard speaks on “The Economy, the Job Situation and Obamanomics.” L. A. City Council candidate Joyce Pearson talks. $22 for luncheon. RSVP. Contact: Jane. Phone: 818.225.0843. Simi Valley Community Council 11:30 a.m. at Lost Canyons Golf Club, Simi Valley. […]

Canwood trees taken out

Sign up for flower show

“Reflections of 50 years” is the theme of the Conejo Valley Garden Club’s flower show scheduled for Sat. and Sun., March 10 and 11 at the Grant Brimhall Library, 1401 E. Janss Road, Thousand Oaks. Viewing is free and a plant sale will be available. The public is invited to enter flower arrangements. Call (805) 498-2778 to register.

Learning to co-exist peacefully with coyotes

The Calabasas Environmental Commission, California Wildlife Center, National Park Service and Project Coyote will host a Coyote Education Night at 7 p.m. Mon., Feb. 27 in Founders Hall, Calabasas Public Library, 200 Civic Center Drive. Calabasas residents co-exist with coyotes. Recognizing that this co-existence is best managed through education, the Calabasas Environmental Commission has invited experts to share their knowledge […]

Junior tennis team crowned champs

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