2012-04-26 E-Edition

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Student dropoffs made even harder

Is this how bad things have gotten in Agoura Hills? My wife was picking up my daughter from school on the east side of Agoura High last Thursday. She was in an orderly line with many other parents waiting their turn at the pick-up loop along Driver Ave. That’s when a sheriff parking enforcement officer, starting from the back of the line, began ticketing those awaiting parents for […]

Chumash history revealed during hike to sacred site

. Guided nature hike was part of Earth Day celebration

“They would pour water in the holes and when the reflection of the Little Dipper matched up with the holes, they knew what time of year it was,” said the Yoeme tribe member. “Some people look at the Chumash as backwards people, but they were actually really advanced. “There’s still a lot we don’t know about the tribe,” Graywolf added. […]

Oak Park senior wins scholarship

New online camping reservations

. Revised fee structure for Circle X Ranch

Sex education and special needs child

The Special Needs Parent Advocacy Group will meet at 9:30 a.m. Fri., May 4 in Westlake Village. Maryam Vosogh, PsyD, clinical director at California Psych Care, will give a presentation on “Sex Education and Your Special Needs Child. To RSVP, email Gwen Campbell at gcampbelladvocate@gmail.com. Address and driving directions will be given upon reservation.

Give young drivers a break, please

I am concerned about the number of police officers waiting at Agoura High School to catch teenagers. Surely there are more pressing matters in the neighborhood that cops could attend to than giving tickets to teenagers that are just learning how to drive. I personally have not had my license very long, and admit that I am not the greatest driver. But I feel that my driving is much worse when […]

Cisco’s hosts evening of fun on behalf of the Surfrider Foundation

Open house at Ride On

Ride On Therapeutic Horsemanship will host an open house from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Sat., April 28 at 401 Ronel Court, Newbury Park. The event will showcase its services for children and adults with special needs through include student demonstrations of therapeutic riding and physical therapy on horseback. The free event will have entertainment, vendors, and activities for children […]

Drive up for family fun

. ‘Puss in Boots’ on 30-foot screen

Audio to be available on FM radio