2016-02-04

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Hawk sculpture comes in for a landing



An 18-foot sculpture featuring a red-tail hawk inside the letter C will grace the Calabasas Civic Center plaza in the near future. The City Council allocated $75,000 to purchase the “Soaring Above” public art piece, which will commemorate the city’s 25th anniversary. The sculpture will be installed between the city hall and library at the Civic Center. An arts in […]

Boys Team Charity seeks new members



Boys Team Charity-Conejo Valley League, a volunteer service organization dedicated to developing an altruistic spirit in young men through active participation in philanthropic projects in their communities, is accepting new members. The group aims to introduce boys in grades seven through 12 to a wide variety of local volunteer organizations. In the past year, league members, who hail from Agoura […]

Bingo!



PLAYING GAMES — Above, Calabasas Rotarian Donna Robinsonhelpshergranddaughter, Layla, 8, play bingo during the Rotary of Calabasas games at Founders Hall Jan. 31. At left, Calabasas Mayor Pro Tem Mary Sue Maurer gets into the action.

Artistic pursuit



MODERN MICHELANGELO—Chase Carter of Agoura Hills works on a mural designed by Gabe Gault at Conejo Valley High School in Newbury Park Jan. 29. The mural is part of a beautification project by the nonprofit organization Right at Home Art Collective.

Spread their wings

Adler, Bradbury and Gilliam of Oak Park girls’ soccer team will continue playing in college


The end looms for three pillars of the Oak Park High girls’ soccer team. Jordyn Bradbury, Julia Gilliam and Hannah Adler can see the finish line to their prep careers. The captains will play their last regular season home game at 6 p.m. Friday against Oxnard. “It’s been incredible to be a part of this team,” Gilliam said. “Everyone here […]

SHERIFF’S BLOTTER



Agoura Hills A vandal caused $ 150 in damage to the tire of a car parked on Via Amistosa Jan. 16. Calabasas Someone caused $ 700 in damage prying into several mailboxes on Mulholland Highway Jan. 20. A thief stole $2,000 in cash, a $500 GoPro video camera and a purse containing two Australian passports and bank cards from a […]

Testing for amateur FCC radio license



The Conejo Valley Amateur Radio Club will administer the FCC licensing examinations at 8:30 a.m. Sun., Feb. 14 in the conference room of the East County Sheriff’s Station, 2101 E. Olsen Road, Thousand Oaks. The test fee is $15. For more information, visit www.cvarc.org.

Senate candidates to share their thoughts at forum

Luncheon included at GOP meeting

The Conejo Valley Republican Women Federated will host a luncheon as well as a forum featuring candidates for the U.S. Senate Fri., Feb. 19 at Los Robles Greens, 299 S. Moorpark Road, Thousand Oaks. The forum will be televised by KADY TV. Registration and social connections will begin at 11 a.m. with the program and luncheon at 11:30 a.m. The […]

Student knows his way around

Wins geography bee

Billy Davis IV, an Academy V student at Oaks Christian School, won the middle school competition of the National Geographic Bee, and a chance at a 50,000 college scholarship from National Geographic. The Oaks Christian School Bee, at which students answered questions on worldwide geography, was the first round in the 28th annual National Geographic Bee. Billy will take a […]


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