2014-01-16 E-Edition

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City erred in sale of Chesebro land

The development of the Chesebro Meadow would be a tragedy. Residents of Old Agoura have fought so long and hard to protect this gem of open space which is so special to our way of life, as well as being of great importance for all the wildlife which migrate across and reside in the meadow. Our battle should be one […]

Girls ‘wreck’ the competition


Rachels had an impressive freshman season. The sophomore Warrior advanced to the CIF-Southern Section tournament and Marmonte League finals for the 106-pound division. At his current pace, Rachels is destined to eclipse last season’s feats. “I had a good year last year, but I’m a lot better now,” said Rachels, who has a 27-8 record. “I want to do a […]

Schools ante up for funds

Three Las Virgenes Unifi ed School District elementary schools are banding together for a spirited fundraiser. According to parent organizer Richelle Blanken, Chaparral, Bay Laurel and Round Meadow elementary schools in Calabasas will host a tri-school Poker Night fundraiser at the Calabasas Country Club on Feb. 6. Each of the schools will split the proceeds for their Parent/Faculty Clubs, which […]

Upset about Old Agoura deal

Regarding the sale of Chesebro Meadows, I attended the City Council meeting on Jan. 8. I want to applaud the residents who attended and showed interest in our city, and are willing to fight for critical issues. I want to express my disbelief on the sale of Chesebro Meadows to a developer. The city had the power of determining the […]

Soroptimists taking grant requests from nonprofits

Soroptimist International of the Conejo is accepting requests for service award grants from nonprofi t organizations with projects or programs that fit the Soroptimist mission of improving the lives of women and girls in the local community and throughout the world. The service award grants will range from $500 to $2,000. The application deadline is Thurs., Jan. 30. Submit grant […]

Lions trap Eagles

Many out-of-district students choose OPUSD

Oak Park Unified School District is once again at peak enrollment, and according to data supplied at the board of education meeting last month, about 40 percent of all Oak Park students travel to the school from outside of the community. The Oak Park district instituted its District of Choice program to offset declining enrollment and weakened funding. Open enrollment […]

No love for the liberals

Oh great, another left-wing liberal making false talking point statements. I am referring to the letter published from Jim Shanan regarding the right-wing Rev. McCoy, who is apparently running for political offi ce. If Mr. Shanan did his homework and got his head out of the sand long enough, he would learn that the conservatives do more for the poor […]

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