2013-05-09 E-Edition

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Solar power seen as wave of the future

The Las Virgenes and Triunfo water districts will soon have a green source of power to pump their recycled water. The districts’ Joint Powers Authority recently entered into an agreement with solar energy system provider SolarCity. The districts will purchase power generated from an array of solar panels that will be installed near Las Virgenes Municipal Water District headquarters in […]

Hole-in-one kid

From the balance beam to the diving platform

Versatile Coyote junior Jenny Stein thrives at dives

There aren’t many divers in this area. They are a rare breed, like the Great White Buffalo, the giant squid and, of course, Gary Busey. “There aren’t many of us,” Jenny Stein said. A junior standout for the Calabasas High girls’ swim and dive team, Stein took 25th at this week’s CIF-Southern Section Division 1 girls’ diving championships in Riverside. […]

Auditions open for ‘Spelling Bee’

The Moorpark College Theatre Arts Department will have auditions for its 2013 summer production, “25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee,” in the firstfl oor studio theater, Performing Arts Center on the college campus, 7075 Campus Road. Preliminary musical auditions will be from 6 to 10 p.m. Mon., May 20 and preliminary acting auditions from 6 to 10 p.m. Tues., May […]

Two men arrested for burglarizing area homes

Police are investigating the possibility that two men arrested last month for allegedly burglarizing several homes in Thousand Oaks and Los Angeles County are linked to additional crimes in the area. Sean Torbert, 26, and Madison McConnell, 23, both of Thousand Oaks, were arrested separately in April after the Thousand Oaks Police Department launched a public awareness campaign that included […]

Hot Flashes

Letter to Mom Dear Mom, I miss you and your roadside potatoes. Though you slipped the surly bonds of suburbia 28 years ago, your frothy memory remains front and center. If you were here, you’d tell me to worry about other things like my messy closets, but I can’t. You were too impossible, too outrageous to ignore. Who else could […]

Calabasas shakes up athletic program

Cory Chandler is the new athletic director at Calabasas High. Chandler, who was hired late last week, will officially take over the position from Larry Edwards on June 13. Chandler has guided the Coyote boys’ volleyball team to new heights. The fourth-year head coach helped Calabasas qualify for the postseason for the first time in school history this spring. CHS […]

Walking to end genocide

Supercar Sunday lets owners shine