2015-01-29 E-Edition

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Sheriff’s Blotter

Agoura Hills A thief stole a $150 purse containing a wallet with a driver’s license and $500 in cash from a vehicle parked in the 5600 block of Chesebro Road Jan. 18. The culprit caused $500 in damage shattering a window to get into the car. A $200 photography lamp was stolen from a car parked on Trailway Lane Jan. […]

DMV alert

I want to alert people to a bad side effect of the new immigration license law. People who already have licenses and have had them for years are receiving renewal notices in the mail—as always. Those who must take a new driving test or written test go to make an appointment immediately upon receiving the notice—as always. Yet now the […]

Rotary STEPS up here and abroad

Conference attendees will learn how to plan successful humanitarian projects for communities all over the world

Rotary International, through its efforts to rid the world of polio, has earned a global reputation for devising and executing successful humanitarian projects, both large and small. Individuals and nonprofits hoping to glean some of this expertise can attend Saturday’s Steps to Eliminate Poverty Sustainably, or STEPS, conference presented by Rotary at California Lutheran University in Thousand Oaks. “Making a […]

Music with an Hispanic influence

Camerata Amistad, a chamber ensemble, will perform music with an Hispanic influence as part of the Artists and Speakers Series at 6 p.m. Wed., Feb. 4 in Samuelson Chapel, 165 Chapel Lane on the California Lutheran University campus in Thousand Oaks. The ensemble of orchestral musicians plays a wide variety of chamber music but is dedicated to the art, folk […]


Student honor roll

David Pavone of Agoura Hills, enrolled in the Baylor University College of Arts and Sciences; and Jack Heath of Westlake Village, in the School of Business, made the fall 2014 dean’s list at the Waco, Tex. university. Each had at least a 3.7 grade average. Alison Knutson of Westlake Village made the dean’s list at Iowa State University. Knutson is […]

Contact your local sheriff’s office

Residents who live in Agoura Hills, Calabasas, Chatsworth, Hidden Hills, West Hills or Westlake Village may contact the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department Lost Hills Station at (818) 878- 1808. Oak Park residents should call the Ventura County Sheriff’s Office at (805) 494-8200.

Drive-thru costs

Businesses and customers might appreciate drive-throughs in Calabasas, but what are the negatives? Cars idling, waiting in line— like at In-N-Out Burger where the cars can have long backups—even running out into the street or parking lots causing traffic circulation problems. With close to 40 percent of Americans being grossly overweight, sitting in line doesn’t help. Global warming and air […]

Squirrel of the Month

Cabrillo puts on intimate show

As a positive byproduct of Cabrillo Music Theatre’s financial crisis last year, the company now gets to produce one show per season in the Thousand Oaks Civic Arts Plaza’s 400-seat Scherr Forum. This enables them to stage more intimate shows, like Stephen Sondheim’s “Company,” which began a three-weekend run on Jan. 22. “Company” is recognized as one of the first […]

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