2014-04-17 E-Edition

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Not happy with road closure

Reyes Adobe Road just south of Passageway Place was closed for about six hours two weekends ago for an investigation, which is ongoing according to the CHP. No doubt it is. The CHP is one of the outstanding status quo state agencies that severely affect us with antiquated investigation procedures. How is our safety and security served by closing a […]

Hot Flashes

What, no Dodgers? I’m wondering if country music can help me with my dilemma. You know, play a country song backwards and you get your horse back, your truck back, your dog back and, maybe, I’ll get Dodger baseball back. So this is how it goes in the berry expensive bidness of baseball. The definition of luxury is not just […]

Mavsfind groove on basketball court

Passover on campus

LET MY PEOPLE GO—Cal Lutheran students Jeremy Vanderberg, left, Maxwell Richman, Alli Himber, Nicole Spadaro and Michelle Mocalis perform a “Passover Rap” during a Jewish seder at the T.O. university.

Why the Westlake tree removal?

Isn’t there something the City Council can do? How can Regency Centers be allowed to remove 200 trees, including oaks and sycamores? It is now 2:30 a.m. I cannot sleep because I am so upset over this. I have emailed a letter to the city. Is the owner of this property so lacking in vision that he/she cannot create a […]

Trail connection will link Simi Hills to ocean

Passage under the freeway to benefit hikers, bikers and equestrians

Calabasas resident Don Wallace’s dream of having a continuous trail between the Simi Hills and the Pacific Ocean is one step closer to becoming a reality. Wallace is a member of Santa Monica Mountains Trails Council, a volunteer nonprofit organization which works to establish and maintain public trails in the mountains. The Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors recently allocated […]

Family men

Wife puts foot down My wife put her foot down. Her bare foot. And right into my foot. I was wearing shoes. “Mrrraaahhh!” she screamed as she hit the floor in pain. After heavy examination of her toe, she got up and actually punched me in the arm. Then she flipped me off with dual fingers and no remorse, blaming […]

Seminary opens its doors

St. John’s Seminary will host an open house from 1 to 4 p.m. Sat., April 26 at 5012 Seminary Road, Camarillo. This year marks the beginning of the seminary’s 75th anniversary celebration. Several cardinals, many bishops and hundreds of Catholic priests have been educated at the school since it opened in 1939. It is located on land donated by Don […]

Volunteers give a big thank you

We have been involved with the Fred Jordan Mission in Los Angeles for the past five years plus. Our priority is that the mission helps everyone regardless of their religious beliefs or the color of their skin. The Fred Jordan Mission provides for mothers and their children who have no food or a place to live, as well as veterans, […]

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