2014-12-04

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New funding allows construction to begin on wildlife corridor

Improved Liberty Canyon underpass will help cougar survival


The big cats living in the local mountains will have more room to roam now that the initial funding for a more than $1-million freeway underpass in Agoura Hills has been approved. Environmentalists hope the new passage at Liberty Canyon will allow mountain lions, also known as cougars and pumas, to cross safely under the 101 Freeway and expand their […]

Buckley Weber named Agoura Hills mayor




When Illece Buckley Weber took the oath of office Tuesday as Agoura Hills’ new mayor, she made up for lost time. The city’s last woman mayor was 15 years ago when Louise Rishoff held the top post. And it was Rishoff who administered the oath of office to Buckley Weber at the Dec. 2 government reorganization meeting in City Hall. […]

Rain pummels streets and homes



Calabasas commissioner dies



Former Calabasas Communications and Technology Commissioner Jamie Daugherty died Nov. 19 after battling ALS for the past three years, the city announced. In addition to his career as a real estate developer, Daugherty was a youth sports coach, a board member for West Valley Girls’ Softball, and a supporter and participant in the Relay for Life cancer fundraiser. He had […]

Sheriff’s Blotter



Agoura Hills A home on Waring Drive was unlawfully entered through the upstairs balcony door Nov. 25. The residents reported finding their bedrooms ransacked, with clothes and other items on the floor. They were unsure if any items were stolen. Several boxes of Tide laundry detergent, worth between $600 and $800, were reported stolen from a business on Kanan Road […]

Political Cartoon



Santa comes to Agoura on Saturday



Turkey Day tourney is a hit



Songs for savvy seniors

Dec. 10 luncheon

The Calabasas Savvy Seniors Winter Luncheon will take place from noon to 2 p.m. Wed., Dec. 10 in the holiday tent at Sagebrush Cantina, 23527 Calabasas Road, Calabasas. For entertainment, Bonnie Bowden will present her Great American Song Book variety program with musical selections from the 1920s to the ’80s by composers and lyricists such as Cole Porter, Irving Berlin, […]