2012-11-22

SHERIFF’S BLOTTER



Agoura Hills A vandal caused $ 400 in damage to a car parked on Medea Lane Nov. 4. Calabasas A shoplifter stole $400 worth of liquor and a $100 DVD player from Albertsons in the 26500 block of Agoura Road Nov. 8. A drunk person caused $3,300 in damage shattering the windows of two cars and breaking tree branches at […]

Kiwanis host trivia contest



The Conejo Valley Kiwanis Club invites the community to the fifth annual Trivia Night on Wed., Nov. 28 at B.J.’s Restaurant, 3955 E. Thousand Oaks Blvd., Thousand Oaks, in the North Ranch Mall. No-host dinner and drinks will start at 6 p.m. followed by the competition at 7 p.m. Participants can enter a team of four people. The entry fee […]

Couple beats DNA odds and has twins



Stephanie and Brandon Humes have much to be thankful for this year as they celebrate Thanksgiving with their twin infants. The couple’s journey toward parenthood began shortly after their storybook wedding in Santa Barbara in May 2010. The Humes had genetic testing done to ensure the health of their children. That’s when they learned they both carry the gene for […]

Student input



Push for a senior center in Calabasas




Senior citizens packed the City Council chambers while dozens more overflowed into the lobby at Calabasas City Hall last week. They came to ask the council to build a dedicated senior center in the city. After hearing more than 30 testimonies, officials agreed to proceed with preliminary designs for a senior center. A task force consisting of Mayor Mary Sue […]

Friends grateful for one more Thanksgiving

CRITTER TAIL


There will be a member of the Thanksgiving gathering at my rural Santa Monica Mountains home this year who will rank as “guest of honor,” even if she lolls under the table drowsily inhaling all the great aromas then snores loudly through the pumpkin pie and coffee finale. No one will complain if she shirks dishwashing duties or exhibits an […]

College Corner



With early action and early decision applications submitted, many students are moving on to UC and CSU applications, which are due Nov. 30. There are also a number of schools with Dec. 1 deadlines, including University of Washington and University of Texas. If you want to be considered for a scholarship at USC and some other colleges, you also need […]

High School Hi Lights



Agoura ChargersFri., Nov. 23: Thanksgivingbreak-no schoolMon., Nov. 26: Intramural basketball and dodgeball/gym/lunchTues., Nov. 27: Faculty meeting/A1/lunchTalent show rehearsals/ Gbuilding/3 p.m.Wed., Nov. 28: Aiming Highmeeting/D1/lunch“Phantom of the Opera” auditions/ music room/3:30 p.m.Talent show rehearsals/ Gbuilding/3 p.m.Thurs., Nov. 29: Model Schoolsmeeting/K4/3 p.m.Talent show/G building/7 p.m. Calabasas CoyotesFri., Nov. 23: Thanksgivingrecess-no schoolMon., Nov. 26: STAR for healthclasses/periods 1 through 3SATS meeting, safety andribbon-cutting/9 […]

Oak Park couples can get marriage licenses in T.O.




East County lovebirds will no longer have to take wing to Ventura if they want to obtain a marriage license. Beginning in January, the county clerk’s office will have a representative at Thousand Oaks City Hall twice week, on Tuesdays and Thursdays, from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m., who will issue marriage licenses by appointment and provide copies of vital […]

Give a Bear, Warm a Heart



Girl Scout Troop 619 will present its third annual “Give a Bear, Warm a Heart” holiday event from noon to 4 p.m. Sun., Dec. 16 at Thousand Oaks Builda Bear at The Oaks shopping center, 550 W. Hillcrest Drive. Participants will choose a pre-paid bear to stuff and be donated to a needy child at Casa Pacifica. All participants will […]


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