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Kenneth Y. Kimura, M.D.

1936 - 2013

KENNETH Y. KIMURA, M.D., 77, PASSED AWAY ON DECEMBER 4, 2013, in Visalia, CA. He was born on August 18, 1936 in Los Angeles, CA to Morton and Teiko Okuda Kimura. Ken grew up in San Jose CA. He graduated from Monterey Bay Academy in Watsonville, CA in 1954. After high school he: • Attended Pacific Union College in Angwin, […]

Panel gives tips on handling teen depression

Are teenagers more anxious and depressed than in years past? Are they more susceptible to drug abuse or suicide? These are questions that will be addressed by a variety of professionals, including counselors, psychologists and a pharmacist, at the next RAP (Resolve and Problem solve) parent education session for local residents. The first RAP session of 2014 will be at […]

To a prosperous New Year

Hope springs eternal, and if the New Year brings anything, it’s hope. For 2014, we hope that above all our communities will remain beautiful and safe. In a 2013 ranking by SafeWise, a business consortium of home security providers, Agoura Hills and Calabasas ranked among the top 15 safest cities in California. We see that trend continuing due to a […]

Alumni game reunites former players

Players prove they are champions

Woman shaken by home robbery

I want to share this horrific experience with the community as a reminder of what can happen. I have lived in this beautiful community for 26 years. Having two young sons, I moved here for the schools. Both of my sons graduated from Agoura High School and went on to graduate from college. I stayed here because I always felt […]

High School Hi-Lights

Agoura ChargersFri., Jan. 3: Last day of winter break-no schoolMon., Jan. 6: Late start dayWed., Jan. 8: Parent education night/A1/7 p.m. Calabasas CoyotesFri., Jan. 3: Last day of winter break-no schoolWed., Jan. 8: RAP/7 p.m. Oak Park EaglesFri., Jan. 3: Last day of winter break-no schoolTues., Jan. 7: Financial aid workshop/ G9/6:30 p.m. Westlake WarriorsFri., Jan. 3: Last day of […]

Tips on meds

People with high blood pressure should always read the labels of any medications they may take. Both prescription and common, over-the-counter medicines such as cold remedies, cough syrups and allergy pills should be checked for vasoconstrictors. These can cause a rise in blood pressure by constricting the blood vessels. Even topical medicines that are not swallowed, such as hemorrhoid creams, […]

Congresswoman deserved better

I disagree with the headline on your Dec. 26 editorial, “Brownley’s good intentions misplaced.” The statement is unjustifiably harsh. Congresswoman Julia Brownley has worked with tenacity as an advocate for military retirees over the age of 62 and their surviving spouses. Yes, healthy military retirees younger than 62 should continue to contribute to their own financial support and help ease […]