2012-10-04 E-Edition

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MRT will purchase new acreage in Cold Creek

Mountains Restoration Trust received a major grant to purchase 17.4 acres of mountain property that will help complete the Cold Creek High Trail in the Cold Creek Preserve. The acreage extends for 1.63 miles between Stunt and Cold Canyon roads in the Santa Monica Mountains, connecting the Cold Creek, Stunt High and the Backbone trails. To complete the Cold Creek […]

WLV ready for annual party

The annual City of Westlake Village Celebration will take place from 3 to 9 p.m. Sat., Oct. 20 at the city Civic Center, 31200 Oak Crest Drive. A gourmet barbecue dinner from 4:30 to 8 p.m. will feature grilled tri tip, garlic mashed potatoes, cowboy beans, Caesar salad and breadsticks for $10. Beer and wine will be available for $5 […]

Used books ‘make a difference’

The Assistance League of Conejo Valley is asking members of the community to donate new and gently used books for grades K-5 for “Make a Difference Day.” Books can be dropped off during store hours, 10 a.m. to 3 p.m., Tuesday through Saturday through Oct. 27 at the ALCV Thrift Shop, 783 E. Thousand Oaks Blvd., Thousand Oaks. The books […]

Girls get their dancing shoes on

Week 5 scores

• Oaks Christian 36Thousand Oaks 6• St. Bonaventure 31Westlake 23• Camarillo 43Oak Park14• Moorpark 51Calabasas 18• Newbury Park 35Royal 7• Viewpoint 23Brentwood School 19

‘Man Who Planted Trees’ will grow on audience

Don’t raise a bully

Parents across the country live in fear of their child being bullied at school. But how many take the time to think about whether or not their kid is the one doing the bullying? While October is most associated with National Breast Cancer Awareness, it is also National Anti-Bullying Awareness Month, which presents an opportunity to address two life-and-death issues […]

Water polo tourney benefits special athletes

When La Reina High School junior Madelyn Sickle helped out at a recent Special Olympics swim meet at the Ventura Aquatic Center on Kimball Road, she was touched by the athletes’ unwavering, often boisterous, team spirit. “ This little girl, who was maybe 10, was so excited,” she said. “She got on the block and (the other swimmers) were so […]

Learning to live with local wildlife

The City of Westlake Village will host a free seminar titled “How to Coexist with Wildlife” at 7 p.m. Tues., Oct. 23 at the Westlake Village City Hall Council Chambers, 31200 Oak Crest Drive. Dr. Seth Riley from the National Park Service will talk about the effects of urbanization and habitat fragmentation and about the wildlife traveling through the Westlake […]

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