2015-01-29 E-Edition

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Calabasas roller hockey dispute

The story on the mismanagement of the Tri-Valley Roller Hockey League didn’t have anything to do with the youth leagues. It’s the only aspect of the business that is run without controversy. But once these kids grow up though, they see the program for what it really is. We received over 60 letters in four days from disgruntled players, both […]

Event goes full STEAM ahead

OPHS hosts sustainability fair and recycling on Saturday

A solar car derby and new electric-car test drives are just some of the activities planned for Super Saturday at Oak Park High School on Saturday. The Jan. 31 sustainability fair and recycling event is also a showcase for Oak Park Unifi ed School District’s focus on STEAM, which stands for science, technology, engineering, art and math. The annual event […]

Cemetery offers new mausoleum, garden

Pierce Brothers Valley Oaks- Griffin Memorial Park has completed phase 2 of the Oak Knoll Mausoleum and the approximately 360-square-foot expansion of the existing cremation garden. The two areas combined provide nearly 600 new interment spaces, which are now available. In addition, a new cascading 65-foot-long fountain surrounded by flowers has been added to the Tranquility Garden. The 3,868-square-foot Oak […]

Calabasas Chamber of Commerce fetes local business leaders

The Calabasas Chamber of Commerce introduced its 2015 board of directors at a gala dinner installation Jan. 24 in Woodland Hills. Installed as the new board chairperson was Jacqueline Souza of Souza and Associates, Inc., a Calabasas accounting firm. With Souza and her husband Michael at the helm, the firm joined the Calabasas Chamber in 2010. It has six employees […]


My son has been playing in the Squirts division of the Tri-Valley Roller Hockey League for over three years. We would not be joining season after season if this was not a great league and if we felt that the league was not well organized, managed and operated. This league has been an awesome experience for our family. My son […]

Program on family violence

The Coalition for Family Harmony will host an open meeting on domestic violence at 7:15 p.m. Mon., Feb. 2 in the parish hall at St. Maximilian Kobe Catholic Church, 5801 Kanan Road, Westlake Village. Caroline Prijatel-Sutton, executive director of the coalition, will discuss domestic violence, sexual assault and community awareness. She will cover topics relevant to family violence, services available, […]

At The Library

The Calabasas Library will offer the following activities at 200 Civic Center Way. The library will be closed for Presidents Day on Sun., Feb. 15. For more information such as book or movie titles, call (818) 225-7616 or go online to www.cityofcalabasas.com/library. The library runs a Love to Learn Tutoring Program on most Saturdays from 1 to 3 p.m. Study […]


More discussion about the cougar

I’m sure Mr. Gill is a nice man, but his naiveté ( arrogance?) leaves me speechless. “It’s pretty disconcerting to know you have an animal like this out and about in the neighborhood. That’s pretty frightening.” He chooses to live in a rural area in the heart of the Santa Monica Mountains National Recreation Area, raise pygmy goats in an […]

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