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Westlake bridge and road work on a roll

The Westlake Village City Council announced it has approved a $5.8-million contract with Covina contractor L.A. Engineering Inc. to revamp the Lindero Canyon Road overpass. And not a minute too soon. As the economy improves, construction prices are escalating. Already the project will cost almost $1 million more than originally expected. The work includes modifying the median at Lindero Canyon […]

Families needed to host exchange students

ASSE International Student Exchange Programs is seeking local host families for international high school boys and girls. The 15- to 18-year-olds will arrive shortly before school begins and return at the end of the school year or semester. These exchange students are conversant in English, and eager to learn about the U.S. and share their culture with host families. Each […]


THURS., JULY 25 ‘The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee’ 8 p.m. at studio theater (firstfloor), Moorpark College performing arts center, 7075 Campus Road. Additional performances 8 p.m. July 26, 27 and Aug. 1, 2, 3, 8, 9, 10. Matinees 2 p.m. July 28 and Aug. 4, 11. For adult audiences. Call for ticket prices and reservations. Contact: Box offce. […]

Blue Jays fail to sign Oaks Christian pitcher

Phillip Bickford isn’t headed to Canada after all. Bickford, a former Oaks Christian High righthanded pitcher, failed to reach a contract agreement with the Toronto Blue Jays, the team that drafted him 10th overall in last month’s Major League Baseball amateur draft. The Blue Jays had until July 12 to sign Bickford, whose fastball reaches 97 miles per hour. Bickford, […]

Says city let the residents down

I am perplexed why our City Council was not up front with the residents of Agoura Hills regarding the city’s sale of the Chesebro Meadow parcel—especially those property owners in Old Agoura who live adjacent to the site. The hopes of the Santa Monica Conservancy buying the property were considered and discounted, stating that the title of the property was […]

Outscoring the rest

What’s on tap for Civic Arts Plaza

The highly anticipated return of singer Chris Isaak and the only Southern California appearance of country star Clint Black are among more than 250 performances slated for the upcoming season at the Thousand Oaks Civic Arts Plaza. The Kavli Theatre will be closed in August during the $2-million renovation of its lobby and will reopen in September with a packed […]

Viewpoint golfer swings big stick

Alex Angard is staying busy this summer. Angard, a recent Viewpoint High graduate bound for UCLA, won the Future Champions Golf Collegiate Players Series in La Quinta last week. “I’m just trying to improve my game by competing in as many tournaments as I can,” said Angard, who will suit up for the UCLA men’s golf team in September. “It’s […]

Old Agoura land sale a bad move

The sale of Chesebro Meadow will go down in Agoura Hills history as one of the all-time asinine decisions. The city bought the property specifically to prevent L.A. County from dictating its use, but this agreement effectively gives it back to them at the developer’s sole discretion, a developer who effected this deal by playing both ends against the middle […]

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