2014-03-27 E-Edition

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Love match

Open-door policy

SMILE!—Left, Cliff Housego, owner of Total Entertainment DJs, takes a photo of Arlene Gatto of Westlake Village during the Doors Open business promotion at The Courtyard office park in Thousand Oaks on March 20. Organized by the Ross Group, the event gave the public an opportunity to learn about The Courtyard’s many businesses. At right, Erin Wildman of the Ross […]

Charity receives a half ton of food

New food options at Scandinavian Festival

California Lutheran University will host the 40-year-old Scandinavian Festival from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Sat. and Sun., April 4 and 5 on the campus at the corner of Olsen Road and Mountclef Boulevard in Thousand Oaks. One of the largest Nordic festivals in the western U.S., Scanfest ’14 will celebrate the cultures of Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Norway and Sweden […]

Students gain insight on disabilities

Rabbi compares Esther story, addiction

Faith and wellness intersected at a New Shul of the Conejo meeting earlier this month. A modern twist on the Jewish Feast of Purim and the biblical story of Esther was presented by Rabbi Michael Barclay on March 14, the Friday before Purim, a one-day festival that began at sundown March 15. During the talk, Barclay tied the Jewish holiday […]

Pill doctor back in courtroom

An Agoura Hills physician whose practice of overprescribing highly addictive medications may have led to at least two deaths will be arraigned April 15. Terry Stanger, 67, is facing multiple felony charges related to mishandling prescription drugs and money laundering. He denies the charges. Stanger appeared in a Ventura County Superior courtroom March 24 with his attorney, Steve Meister, to […]

City invites grant applications

Those seeking funds should apply by April 24

Organizations and charitable groups that service the Agoura Hills community are invited to apply for monetary grants through the city’s Community Outreach Grant Program. In the past, the city has subsidized a variety of groups, including Many Mansions, Triunfo YMCA, Conejo/Las Virgenes Future Foundation and programs at Agoura Hills High School. “The program is designed to assist organizations that operate […]

Rec programs for Agoura

New and ongoing classes meet all ages

The Agoura Hills Recreation Center will offer the following new and ongoing spring classes at 30610 Thousand Oaks Blvd. Golf lessons for ages 5 and older will take place at the Lindero Country Club. Five-week group lessons will take place on Tuesdays and Wednesdays at various times. Bitty Ballet class for ages 3 to 5 will take place from 3:30 […]

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