2015-10-08

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Roseman the challenger



I just watched the Calabasas City Council debate. I am excited about the upcoming election and, in particular, about Steve Roseman’s City Council candidacy. During the debate, Steve exhibited a command of the issues. He really differentiated himself from the two other candidates in his position on preservation of open space and the need to closely monitor development. Specifically, Steve […]

At The Library



The Agoura Hills Library will offer the following activities at 29901 Ladyface Court, unless noted otherwise. Book donations can be dropped off at the Book Cellar or library. For large-collection pickup, call (818) 584 7219. For more event information, call (818) 889-2278). •The joint Teen Advisory Board for the Westlake and Agoura Hills Libraries will meet from 11 a.m. to […]

The gift of music



CHORDS AND NOTES—Riley Kane tries out a six-string at Guitar Center in the Shoppes at Westlake shopping center. The store donated $500 to the music program at Linda and David Catlin Boys & Girls Club in Agoura Hills. The money is being used to buy equipment from the store.

Blue Ribbon pinned on Yerba Buena



Yerba Buena Elementary School in Agoura Hills has become the only school in the region to win a 2015 National Blue Ribbon Schools Award. Yerba Buena is one of 29 public schools in California to receive the award this year. “California’s newly selected Blue Ribbon Schools are among the best in the nation and reflect our state’s commitment to preparing […]

Weintraub, yes



We support Alicia Weintraub for Calabasas City Council because she is dedicated in so many ways: (She has) a great academic background in public policy and economics and a dedication to our community, serving on the environmental commission, planning commission, LVUSD Measure G Oversight Committee and an active member of The Foundation, which has raised close to $1 million for […]

Run for fun on haunted nightime trails



Haunted Trails of the Night will take place at 7 p.m. Sat., Oct. 17 at Paramount Ranch, 2903 Cornell Road, Agoura. The event will have 5K and 10K trail runs and family registration for the 5K trail run/walk. Runners of all levels and abilities are invited to experience trail running in the night on the moonlit trails in the historic […]

Is it true kids show little respect?

Parenting today


You’ve probably heard and maybe even said, “Young people have no respect!” They spend all day on their smartphones, use swear words and seem to have no consideration for others. This is, of course, a generalization— there are plenty of decent kids out there. But the impudent ones often make more of an impression. They can also influence the behavior […]

Elementary kids go big



RAH! RAH!—Students from the three Oak Park elementary schools paid a visit to Oak Park High School and took part in Spirit Night at the first three Eagle home football games. At the games, each school was given its own cheering section. Two students also won the opportunity to cheer with the cheerleaders and be water-crew helpers on the sidelines, […]

Honig support in Westlake



It is rare to find a candidate for a political position who is as qualified, fiscally responsible and as dedicated as Kelly Honig. Kelly is running for Westlake Village City Council and is an ideal candidate for this position based on her extensive track record of community involvement in our city. She has been a member of the Cultural Recreation […]


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