2012-08-09

Sheriff ’s station becomes cozier for the public




The Lost Hills Sheriff’s Station recently installed a new “comfort room” that will give the public a less intimidating place to wait while they visit the station headquarters in Calabasas. Calabasas Mayor Mary Sue Maurer proposed the idea for the new space, which converted a former police interview area into a hospitable room for victims of crime and for children […]

Rescued sheltie struts stuff to help others




MEETING THE STAR—Five-year-old David Thomas meets Landon the sheltie as Boys & Girls Club of Conejo program assistant Cody Mauricio looks on. Landon visited the kids at the club to share his inspirational story. A model, philanthropist, aspiring actor and, most importantly, a survivor, Landon the sheltie is adored by many. “Everybody loves him,” said his owner and manager Connie […]

Thrashers smash ‘em



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Charger polo players suit up for USA



Several Agoura High boys’ water polo players are representing the USA at various tournaments all over the world this summer. Danny McClintick and Adam Abdulhamid, who graduated this spring from AHS, are playing with the USA Men’s Jr. National Team in Italy. They will also play another tournament in Hungary. Incoming junior Dominick Beaudine and sophomore-to-be Spencer Farrar are playing […]