2013-06-27 E-Edition

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Too many bank robberies in the area

The sight of police helicopters buzzing overhead, though rare, has become way too frequent in this area since the start of the year. The biggest reason: an alarming string of unsolved bank robberies. Monday’s two-person heist of the First State Bank & Trust on Agoura Road between Lakeview Canyon Road and Westlake Boulevard in the Westlake portion of Thousand Oaks […]

Eye on the Conejo

Another reason to love the Conejo

While watching “True Blood” on HBO the other night with my daughter, I was reminded of another reason I love living here. Bugs. Specifically, the lack thereof. People who’ve come here from other parts of the U.S. or the world at large cannot forget mosquitoes, gnats and flies. The pesky flying insects are locked in our memory banks. But stop […]

Family Men

Fire! Bad things happen. And people always say, “It could be worse.” Those are terrible words of encouragement. Nobody ever gets up off the floor after being told what they just went through isn’t the worst it could be. I always think the worst. When I board a plane, I scrutinize the passengers, hoping we’re worthy of surviving the flight. […]

Acorn Bits

Honor roll

The following local students made the spring dean’s list at Loyola Marymount University. Agoura Hills: Jeffrey Leon, Erin Gilmore and Jacob Villarreal. Calabasas: Kiran Singh, Parker Stateman, Christine Nguyen, of Calabasas, Syndel Knoll, Rachel Abounayan, James Ho and Chelsea Gumaer Oak Park: Kiana Boyd Wagner College in Staten Island named Katherine Jordan of Agoura Hills to the dean’s list for […]

Says Prop. 30 fooled the voters Rim of Valley study needed

This is a reminder to all the saps out there that were ignorant enough to vote for Prop. 30 last November, all of you gullible and naive enough to actually believe Gov. Jerry Brown’s campaign of lies and distortion and his promise that this money would be used to fund public schools. Brown and the democratic legislature used children as […]

Get together to benefit charities

Get Together Foundation will present its seventh annual charity event at 6 p.m. Wed., July 3 at The Canyon club, 28912 Roadside Drive, Agoura Hills. Performers will be Pacific, The Bear Bros, Midnight Train and The Flailingtons. Pacific is a jam band of six Southern California musicians playing classic tunes. Marc Mann and Paull E. Rubin are the Bear Bros. […]

Fire and ice kids win big

Questions and answers about your retirement income

Commentary Social Security Q: I need proof of my Social Security income. Can I get verification online? A: Yes, with your Social Security account you can check your benefit and payment information; change your address, phone number and direct deposit information; and obtain a benefit verification letter. You can use your benefit verification letter to verify income, retirement or disability […]

Hollywood comes to Agoura Hills

Last week for two nights, a hilltop in Agoura was lit with lights while Warner Brothers’ cast and crew were busy creating a part of an upcoming film “Inherent Vice,” directed by Paul Thomas Andersen. I can’t help but feel honored to have a major and professional film production working in our city. Our city already has numerous workers living […]

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