2013-05-16 E-Edition

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Guest opinion

Please keep your dog on a leash

A scary encounter on local trails I understand why it happens. For a time, I was a regular perpetrator of the very same offense. I love my dog and want her to experience the kind of freedom we humans enjoy. She was designed to run through tall grass and chase the abundance of rabbits our Conejo Valley is named after. […]

High-fashion show helps Save a Child

RUNWAY READY— Calabasas residents Ameen Ismael, left, and Sierra Smith make their way down the runway at the Save A Child’s Heart Foundation “Couture For A Cause” fashion show at the Agoura Hills/ Calabasas Community Center on May 5. The event had vendors, food trucks, and a fashion show with clothing provided by local retailers. Below, models take their final […]

Film celebrates empowered girls

Regency Theatres will screen the movie “Girl Rising” at 4:30 p.m. Fri., May 17 at Regency Janss Marketplace 9 Theatre, 255 N. Moorpark Road, Thousand Oaks. “ Girl Rising” covers the global movement of the worldchanging power of educating girls to transform lives. The film tells the stories of nine girls from Nepal, Peru, Haiti, Egypt, Sierra Leone, Afghanistan, Ethiopia, […]

Charging ahead

Agoura baseball opens CIF-SS Div. 1 playoffs today against Notre Dame

It’s hotter than the railroad scene in “Blazing Saddles.” Stifling, merciless winds swirl across the field, stinging skin like saguaro cactus needles drenched in habañero hot sauce. Squirrels and rabbits scuttle for shelter under the equipment shed. Smokey the Hawk is nowhere to be found—the team mascot’s probably chilling in the shade of manzanita brush. But the Agoura High baseball […]

Berdine Orlando “Berdie”

Berdine “Berdie” Orlando passed away on May 8th , 2013 in Woodland Hills, California. Berdie was born September 28th, 1925, in Racine, Wisconsin, and married the love of her life, Tom Orlando in 1946. Tom and Berdie moved their growing family to Southern California in the 50’s and madethousand Oaks their home in 1960. Tom and Berdie, along with Tom’s […]

Love Run to support Meals on Wheels

Senior Concerns will present the 20th annual Love Run on Sun., June 2 at 3011 Townsgate Road, Westlake Village. Registration and packet pickup is 6:30 a.m. The 10K will begin at 7:45 a.m. followed by the 5K at 8 a.m. and the 1-mile at 9:15 a.m. Those who have pre-registered can pick up their race packet and microchip bib at […]

Eagles tribute band to kick off the summer

Conejo Recreation and Park District will kick off the 2013 Summer Concerts in the Park series on Memorial Day with The Long Run, performing a musical tribute to The Eagles, at 5 p.m. Mon., May 27 in the natural amphitheater at Conejo Community Park, 1175 Hendrix Ave., Thousand Oaks. Sponsored by the City of Thousand Oaks, a Memorial Day tribute […]

Lions boys’ volleyball falls in quarterfinals

Sheriff’s Blotter

Agoura Hills A burglar stole a set of car keys and a $350 purse containing credit cards and $550 in cash from a home on Rondell Street March 13. A thief stole a $120 knife, $100 coat and $100 worth of prescription medication from an unlocked car parked on Agoura Glen Drive April 25. A resident on Lewis Road reported […]