2013-09-12 E-Edition

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Sheriff’s Blotter

Agoura Hills A thief stole a $400 cellphone from a patron at Bogie’s restaurant on Agoura Road Aug. 31. A vandal caused $ 250 in damage to a car parked by Agoura High School on Driver Avenue Aug. 27. Someonestolea$ 460 cellphone from a home on Middle Crest Drive July 5. Calabasas A shoplifter stole $300 worth of groceries from […]

Park docent class starts soon

Topanga State Park is seeking volunteer naturalists. Docents fall training will begin Sat., Sept. 21 at the Trippet Ranch Nature Center in Topanga State Park. Classes will take place on six alternating Saturdays from 9:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. The program will teach participants about plant and animal identification, the Tongva and Chumash and their ancestors, archaeology in the park, […]

Chargers seize tourney title

The Agoura High girls’ volleyball team won the Chatsworth Tournament, which featured 15 varsity squads. The Chargers went 8-0 in match play and defeated Simi Valley 25-13 in the championship. Four-year varsity starters Jackie Severson and Katie Sato made the all-tournament team. Sato and Bri Finch had 12 aces apiece. Meg Graham had 36 kills. Hannah Holmes had 24 kills […]

Oaks school moves into Westlake office

NEW FACILITIES—Left, a tutor coaches his student as part of the test preparation program offered by Oaks Christian School in Westlake Village. The school recently purchased the Westlake Plaza offce building, above, at 3122 Cedar Valley Drive, adjacent to the high school campus, to house both the OC Learning Center and the OC Online School. Services such as ISEE, SAT […]

Change in e-waste pickup

The City of Agoura Hills announced a change in its free electronic waste collection for businesses. With its partner, PC Recycle of Thousand Oaks, the city has changed its business e-waste collection program from a bi-annual drop off program to an appointment based door-to-door service. Businesses can now contact PC Recycle directly at (805) 499-0050 or email moreinfo@pcrecycle.us to schedule […]

Fundraiser features horse, dog demos

Ride On Therapeutic Horsemanship will have its fall fundraiser on Sat., Sept. 21. The event will be hosted by Bren Simon at Rancho de Caballos in Hidden Valley. The fundraiser starts at 4 p.m. with cocktails and hors d’oeuvres, and dinner will also be served. The evening will have equine and canine demonstrations including carriage driving and Ride On students, […]

Calabasas pumpkins a family affair

Organizers of the 2013 Calabasas Pumpkin Festival invite the community to attend a kickoff mixer in which the festival’s mascot, Punky, will be raised to the rooftop of the Acura dealership in Calabasas. The mixer, signaling the opening of the autumn festival, will take place from 5:30 to 7 p.m. Thurs., Sept. 19 at 24650 Calabasas Road. It marks nine […]

Spa wants hands-on for arthritis event

Massage Envy Spa in Simi Valley and Woodland Hills will host Healing Hands for Arthritis on Wed., Sept. 18, along with more than 900 Massage Envy locations around the country. Massage Envy will join with the Arthritis Foundation for this one-day national event to build awareness and raise funds to fight the disease. For this event, Massage Envy Spa will […]

Jews usher in new year

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