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Reagan Library marks 25th anniversary




Without a cloud in the sky, the sun shone down on the Terry Lanni Rose Garden at the Reagan Library as the museum marked its 25th anniversary last week. When former president Ronald Reagan and first lady Nancy dedicated the library 25 years ago, they had “hopes and aspirations of what it would become,” John Heubusch, executive director of the […]

Pet of the week



WHERE’S WENDY?—Pugsley is a male brown and black pug/ beagle mix about 2 years old. He is playful and sweet. If you would like to adopt Pugsley ask for ID No. A5002282 at the Agoura Hills Animal Shelter, 29525 Agoura Road. Pets may have already been adopted, so check http://animalcare.lacounty.gov before visiting.

District rings in the Golden Bell Award




Las Virgenes Unified School District was selected as one of 56 recipients of the Golden Bell Award in recognition of its Elementary Social Communication program, Superintendent Dan Stepenosky announced. The Golden Bell Award, now in its 37th year, is sponsored by the California School Boards Association, a nonprofit education association representing elected officials who govern public school districts and county […]

Boy who died of sickle cell remembered



The Bodden and Wilson family would like to express our tremendous gratitude for the amazing hospitality that you provided during our time spent in your community. The outpouring of love and support that was bestowed upon our families during a most difficult time was nothing short of amazing. You definitely made us feel at home and like family, and made […]

Ready for flag football?



Sign-ups are underway for the Triunfo YMCA winter flag football league. League games and practices will take place Saturdays starting Dec. 3 at Westlake Community Park, 31107 Thousand Oaks Blvd., Westlake Village. The co-ed league is divided into five grade divisions: pre-K/kindergarten, first and second grades, third and fourth grades, fifth and sixth grades, and sixth through eighth grades (open […]

Wayward critter a pain in the drain

Rascally raccoons hide out below


In the 1950s television comedy “The Honeymooners,” the character known as Ed Norton (played by Art Carney) worked “in the sewer” for a living. Endless were the jokes, puns and apocryphal tales relating to his career under the manhole cover. You never knew for sure if baby alligators or venomous water serpents really turned up in the damp labyrinth beneath […]

Bauer honored for volunteer work



Cal Lutheran University’s Community Leaders Association presented the William E. Hamm Outstanding Service Award to Bernie Bauer of Westlake Village at the university’s annual Mathews Leadership Forum on Oct. 13. Bauer and his wife, Sue, who is a past Hamm Award recipient, joined the group in 1995. Bauer has served several terms on the CLA board of directors. Over the […]

The case for a wildlife bridge



I am writing because much more attention needs to be brought to the wildlife crossing at Liberty Canyon. People need to make the right decision and donate to the cause. The Santa Monica Mountain region is a great landmark and attraction for tourist and local hikers looking for a beautiful place to see nature. Mountain lions are unable to make […]


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