2013-10-10 E-Edition

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Westlake Village cracks down on gunfire in the city

To address concerns about hunting and public safety, Westlake Village officials were expected to approve an ordinance that will prohibit the discharge of guns and archery equipment within city limits. But residents can still use firearms to protect themselves and their property, and recreational archery is still allowed on private property as long the arrows stay onsite. “Concerns have been […]

Extreme hiker enjoys thrill of great outdoors

Stephen Smith of Agoura Hills is an extreme hiker. He has endured the 225-mile John Muir Trail from Yosemite to Mt. Whitney— alone—and has hiked and backpacked in some extreme conditions from an early age. In September, Smith once again embarked on a lone backpacking trip to Yosemite National Park, but the Rim Fire that consumed 257,000 acres of public […]

Food Fest at Oaks Christian

Oaks Christian School will present a fall food festival from 12:30 to 5:30 p.m. Sun., Oct. 13 on the school’s lawns at 31749 La Tienda Drive, Westlake Village. The festival will feature a lineup of food trucks, including Coolhaus, Cousins Maine Lobster, Crepe’n Around, Mandoline Grill and the Grilled Cheese Truck. Some of Oaks Christian’s talents in coffeehouse entertainment, bands, […]

Girl Scouts open their hearts for kids at Casa Pacifica

Oaks turns pink for cancer support

Commission posts available in Calabasas

The City of Calabasas seeks to fill two unscheduled openings on its public safety and environmental commissions. The Calabasas Public Safety Commission advises the council on matters related to public safety, crime and fire prevention, and emergency preparedness and response. The Environmental Commission advocates sound environmental policy and action in the areas of air quality, land use, water quality, waste […]

Indy, pit bull that was burned July 4 is ready for a new home

Families invited to meet the dog on Oct 12

After three months of intensive care, the 2-year-old pit bull dog that was severely burned when somebody exploded fireworks on his body on July 4 is ready to find a family. Wendy Bogdan, adoption coordinator for START (Shelter Transport Animal Rescue Team), a nonprofit organization, will host a meet-and-greet Sat., Oct. 12 at Westlake Village Animal Hospital on Via Colinas […]

CLU receives $829,000 for art center

California Lutheran University has received more than $800,000 for a center for the arts from the estate of its first employee, Ethel Beyer. A Camarillo resident who died in November at the age of 104, Beyer left her entire estate to CLU. The bulk of it, $829,000, is being set aside for the construction of an arts center. This brings […]

Food truck fundraiser

The Westlake High School music department will host a fall food truck festival from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Sun., Oct. 13 at Conejo Creek Park North, 1401 E. Janss Road, Thousand Oaks. Musical groups from the school will perform. For more information, email president@whsband.org or visit www.whsfoodtruckevent.com.

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