2012-06-14 E-Edition

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New gateway to mountains now open

Local residents, along with the millions of other people who visit the Santa Monica Mountains Recreation Area each year, now have access to a state-ofthe art visitor center that will give them a front row seat to the public parkland running majestically from mountains to the sea. About 500 people including federal, state and local government officials, attended the grand […]

Glad Westlake grads

Aeros soar in Calabasas

AHS students excel on many levels

Students at Agoura High have ended the school year having accomplished much in sports, music and other fields. Ambitious When Zach Johnson peers into the future, he sees himself as president of the United States. Whether or not he makes it to the White House, the Agoura High valedictorian has planned for success in whatever path he follows. Zach was […]

Local golf pro falls short in U.S. Open qualifying bid

Steve Holmes got what most competitors received at last week’s U.S. Open sectional qualifying in Northern California: rounds of golf at two beautiful, demanding courses, but no ticket to this week’s 112th Open at the Olympic Club in San Francisco. Only seven invitations—out of a qualifying field of 130—were up for grabs. It took some scintillating play to survive the […]

THE Big Event

Las Virgenes school fundraiser brings in $400K

Declaring it a windfall for the students and teachers of the Las Virgenes Unified School District, the organizers of last Saturday’s gala dubbed THE Event are saying the $150-a-ticket party in Calabasas raised more than $400,000. “We were hoping among ourselves to make $100,000, $150,000, we thought that was pretty aggressive,” said Jessica Pinto Nedick, co-chair of THE Event. “So […]

Aerial disturbance

Pinto Padres complete perfect season

Agoura proud of its standout seniors

An artist and a scholar, Agoura High School senior Emily Alperstein won Best in Show from Westlake Village Art Guild in 2011 for her “Teal Rose,” a ceramic pot decorated with roses and leaves. Teachers Lucy Taylor and Chrystal Karr have been Emily’s inspiration. Emily will attend SUNY Purchase College in New York to study graphic design. Emily will graduate […]