2016-03-10 E-Edition

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Agoura Hills A burglar caused $1,900 in damage while breaking into a pharmacy in the 5800 block of Kanan Road Feb. 24. Nothing was said to be stolen when the report was filed. A vandal caused $200 in damage smashing the window of a car parked on Colodny Drive Feb. 24. A burglar stole a car amplifier, a speaker, a […]

Open house targets the of the art of archery

The Conejo Valley Archers, a nonprofit charitable organization, will host a public open house for all ages from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Sat., March 26 at the Conejo Valley Archery Range at 4650 Tapo Canyon Park, Simi Valley. The range is 3 miles north of the 118 Freeway; use the Tapo Canyon Road exit. The open house will demonstrate […]

Boys & Girls Clubs a major Force

WELL-GUARDED—Westlake Village resident Sergio Gonzalez, a member of the Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater Conejo Valley Board of Governors, gives a presentation at the red carpet walk during the clubs’ 13th annual Superstars of the Year Celebration March 5 at the Thousand Oaks Civic Arts Center. Newbury Park residents Gus Gress, 13, and Caitlin Marsa, 16, were named Youth […]

Norco neutralizes Agoura

Charger girls’ hoops team falls in section title game

The Chargers reached the big stage. They promptly got stuck in a muddy quagmire for four excruciating quarters. Agoura High’s girls’ basketball team picked an inopportune time to play one of its worst games of the season. The Chargers’ memorable jaunt through the CIF-Southern Section Division 2A playoffs ended with a 62-31 thrashing in the championship game to Norco on […]

Damage closes Commons store

A caller contacted the City of Calabasas recently to notify officials about a possible safety issue with the building that houses the Rite Aid store at The Commons shopping center. When building and safety inspectors arrived they noticed the ceiling was severely bowed, City Manager Tony Coroalles said. They also found cracks in two large structural beams. Since the roof […]

Ascending to the top

Ascension Lutheran basketball teams win championships

Hop over to Ventura for Cottontail Day

The Cottontail Day Festival will take place from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Sat., March 19 at Ventura Harbor Village, 1583 Spinnaker Drive, Ventura. Admission and parking are free. The event will feature egg hunts, a petting zoo, kid’s crafts and entertainment for families with kids ages 1 to 7 years old. Children will also have a chance to take […]

Patriots surge to CIF glory

Viewpoint boys’ basketball team captures first section crown in program history

The Patriots are champs. Viewpoint High’s boys’ basketball team won its first CIF Southern Section championship in program history on March 4, subduing La Salle 68-56 in the Division 4A final at Godinez High. Christian Juzang, Viewpoint’s senior point guard, exploded for 18 points in the pivotal third quarter after going scoreless in the first half. “My teammates kept believing […]

Three file for commission vacancy, Peter Kraut selected

The deadline for applications to the Calabasas Planning Commission was yesterday at 5 p.m. Three people had filed to fill the vacant seat. Commissioner David Litt resigned Feb. 23 in protest over the hotel and housing developments proposed for Las Virgenes Road. “I ultimately made the decision to leave because there basically was no respect between me and city staff,” […]