Jewish study groups to start

Rabbi Moshe Bryski will begin his 20th year of teaching the Bible when the study group resumes at 12:30 p.m. Wed., Oct. 17 at the new Center for Jewish Life, 30347 Canwood St., Agoura Hills. This semester the group will study the episode of the Korach revolution in the book of Numbers. New students are welcome and there is no […]

Old Agoura parking ignored

As we are nearing year end, I felt compelled to write about our City Council’s inability to correct a situation that admittedly was written in error at a City Council meeting regarding the restricted parking problem on Foothill Drive and Toth Place. The wording on the restricted parking district currently allows any vehicle the right to park on the residential […]

Free spay, neutering for Chihuahuas

In an effort to quell overpopulation of the breed, the Humane Society of Ventura County is offering free spaying or neutering for Chihuahuas and Chihuahua mixes. The offer is for residents of Ventura County who own Chihuahuas and Chihuahua mixes that are 5 years old and under and weigh from 5 to 15 pounds. The HSVC also offers lowcost spay […]

On the Trail

The invincible light On a recent evening stroll with my young pup along the Wistful Vista trail in a quiet Oak Park neighborhood, I spotted a tiny glowing light buried amid vegetation on a slope. The surrounding foliage took on an ominous aspect in the shadow play created by the pinpoint beam. As I studied the peculiar scene, I recalled […]

Last week’s top performers

Jake Rothschiller, WR/ DB, Westlake: The senior led the Warriors with eight catches for 113 yards. On defense, Rothschiller added an interception. Teammate Tanner Gee had 101 rushing yards and two TDs on seven carries. Westlake quarterbacks: The maligned trio of Neil Uskali, Tommy Gonzales and Danny Hong played well in a romp against Royal. Each Warrior threw one touchdown […]

CLU to honor former president

California Lutheran University will hold its annual Founders Day Convocation at 10:30 a.m. Fri., Oct. 19 in Samuelson Chapel, south of Olsen Road on the Thousand Oaks campus. This year’s theme is “Discovering Your Purpose.” Former CLU President Jerry H. Miller of Thousand Oaks will receive the Christus Award which is presented to those who have made significant contributions to […]

Preserve Heschel open space

As a recent letter from Sen. Pavley to the executive director of the Santa Monica Mountain Conservancy indicates, and thanks to the efforts of Save Open Space and others, there is growing support to preserve the Chesebro Meadow Liberty Canyon Wildlife Corridor property, previously known as the Heschel West school site. The City of Agoura Hills opportunistically stepped in a […]

Support group

Students can apply for Youth Congress

The Youth Congress Leadership program, sponsored by the Conejo/ Las Virgenes Future Foundation, is accepting applications from students grades nine through 12 for this opportunity that will start in November. Now in its fourth year, the program helps students develop effective leadership skills through an inside look at the workings of key organizations and services in the community. The student […]

Week 6 scores

• Westlake 55Royal 20• Oaks Christian 35Agoura 0• Oak Park 42Santa Paula 28• Newbury Park 45Calabasas 0• Moorpark 44Thousand Oaks 8• Paraclete 46Viewpoint 0

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