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Sun Devils stick a fork in the competition

Pressure’s on to learn good CPR

CPR can save a life. But without training, few people will know how to use the procedure that can protect the vital organs of a victim and keep them alive until emergency responders arrive. On June 7, local firefighters offered free CPR training at Agoura Hills City Hall. Cardiopulmonary resuscitation is an emergency procedure performed on the victim of a […]

Fourth annual Chalk Walk

The Westlake Village Library will present the annual Chalk Walk from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Sat., June 16 at 31220 Oak Crest Drive. Hosted by the Friends of the Library, the day kicks off the children’s summer reading program. The library supplies the chalk and invites the public to supply the creativity, knee pads, umbrellas and water. Prizes will […]

White Oaks school strikes it rich

It’s a long drive

WHS grad Cook can go tee to green in a single stroke

“Grip it and rip it.” It’s a common phrase used by the average golfer who might enjoy a casual day on the links. But for recent Westlake High graduate Brian Cook, “grip it and rip it” has meaning and power behind it. “Everyone has told (that phrase) to me since I was a little kid,” Cook said. “I love hitting […]

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