‘It’s up to me,’ say student singers

Students invited to participate in art contest

Janss Marketplace is sponsoring a valley-wide art contest for students in public or private schools as well as homeschoolers. A panel of judges will evaluate the submissions and select winners in four age/grade categories: first through third grades, fourth through sixth grades, seventh through ninth grades, and 10th through 12th grades. Each of the four first place winners will receive […]

Students shine in art show

The Westlake Village Art Guild will sponsor a reception and awards ceremony for the 2013 Student Awards Juried Art Show from 4 to 7 p.m. Fri., April 12 at the Reyes Adobe, 30400 Rainbow Crest Drive, Agoura Hills. The event is hosted by the City of Agoura Hills’ Cultural Arts Council and supported by the Rotary Club of Thousand Oaks. […]

College Corner

Start planning your summer School isn’t out yet, but it’s not too early for high school students to start making their summer plans. There is so much anxiety around college admission that choosing the “best” summer activity can be intimidating, but there are no rules about how you should spend the summer. Perhaps there is one rule. The more money […]

Sheriff’s Blotter

Agoura Hills A burglar stole three watches valued at $450 and jewelry worth $300 from a home on Sunvalley Court March 16. Someone stole a $200 sign belonging to an organic food company from the parking lot of Agoura Bible Fellowship Church on Foothill Drive March 16. A thief stole a $75 receiver, $100 pair of speakers and a vehicle […]

Spotlight on education

A crafty fundraiser

High School Hi Lights

Agoura ChargersCalabasas CoyotesOak Park EaglesFri., March 29: Spring break-noschool through Fri., April 5 Westlake WarriorsFri., March 29: Spring break-noschool through Mon., April 1Dance team to Nationalsthrough Sat., March 30Tues., April 2: Principal’s reception/ college and career center/ 10:30 a.m.School board meeting/district office/6 p.m.Cheer parents/library/7 p.m.Wed., April 3: Common planning dayStellar student breakfast/faculty cafeteria/8 a.m.WHSSF Warrior awards/theater/ 8 a.m.Thurs., April 4: […]

Calabasas home burglaries on the rise, police say

There is no Mayberry anymore, said Lt. Robert Wiard of the Lost Hills Sheriff’s Station as he shared crime statistics with Calabasas city officials at a recent meeting. Although Calabasas remains relatively safe, residents should still take precautions to protect themselves and deter crime, the lieutenant said. Petty thefts from unlocked vehicles are down, but home burglaries have nearly doubled […]

Street fair features fun for all

This year, the Rotary Club of Westlake Village’s Community Street Festival and the Westlake 5K/10K Run/Walk for Global Water will both take place on Sun., April 14 on Lakeview Canyon Road in Westlake Village, between Agoura Road and Lake Harbor Lane. Following is the schedule:7 a.m.: Race day registration opens7:45 a.m.: 5K Run starts8:30 a.m.: 10K Run begins9:45 a.m.: Kid […]

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