2013-05-16 E-Edition

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Federation applauds environmentalists

Group aims to preserve richness of mountains

Top government and environmental leaders once again gathered at the Malibou Lake Mountain Club May 10 for the annual Las Virgenes Homeowners Federation dinner. The gala marked the federation’s 46th year of service to the Santa Monica Mountains communities. Kim Lamorie, president of LVHF and Woman of the Year for Los Angeles County Third District, saluted “the warriors” who have […]

Stamping out graffti

Keeping skin, hair healthy during swim season

Sun and pool water can cause damage

Summer is right around the corner, and for many families that means it’s the season for pool- time fun. However, dips in the pool and time in the sun can wreak havoc on skin and hair. Harsh chlorine and trace metals in pool water can leave hair dry and damaged. Skin can become dry and itchy as well. The following […]

Singer on stage at festival

Indie-pop singer Hayley Kiyoko, a graduate of Agoura High School, will perform at 12:30 p.m. Sat., May 18 at the California Strawberry Festival at Strawberry Meadows of College Park, 3250 S. Rose Ave., Oxnard. Kiyoko is best known for her acting roles in Disney Channel’s “Lemonade Mouth” movie and “Wizards of Waverly Place.” She performed with the female pop singing […]

Racist graffiti and threats to students found at Agoura High

"Hit list" included the names of five African-American students

Racist graffiti sprayed on several Agoura High School buildings—and a death threat written on the wall of the boy’s bathroom targeting five African-American students by name—has prompted an investigation by the Malibu/Lost Hills Sheriff’s Station and its Hate Crime Task Force. A $1,000 reward is being offered for information leading to the arrest and conviction of the person or people […]

Calabasas prepares for new fiscal year

Options to boost revenue explored

Calabasas officials are taking a fresh approach to avoiding cutbacks in municipal programs and services in the coming fiscal year and beyond. Instead of just gauging anticipated expenses needed to run the city, council members are examining all possible revenue sources to determine how they can boost proceeds. The revenue overview will help officials to maintain quality programs and services […]

Trustees wanted

The Community Foundation for Oak Park is seeking candidates to fill a vacancy on its Board of Trustees. Trustees must be a resident of Oak Park and willing to participate in the hands-on administration of the foundation, which involves a time commitment in addition to its quarterly meetings. For a full description of trustee responsibilities, go to www.oakparkfoundation.org. The nonprofit […]

The Other Side of 50

A parent’s best advice It’s a family legend. My two sisters and I were on a car trip with our mom and dad. I think we ranged in age from 6 to 10. We were driving home from an outing at 4 p.m. Dad asked us, “Who wants to have an ice cream?” Of course the three of us squealed […]

McGugan named principal at Oak View

Stewart McGugan, an assistant principal at Oak Park High School, has been named principal of Oak View High School, an alternative school in Oak Park. McGugan was appointed to take over the top post at the school after Lou Tabone, director of alternative education, announced his retirement earlier this year. Oak View High serves 50 students who attend the school […]