2017-03-02

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Homelessness is everywhere. In our own Conejo Valley, 6 percent live in poverty. We may not see people living on the streets or in the parks, but if we look closely we will see that poverty and homelessness exist in our own backyard. Homelessness includes those who are living in overcrowded conditions like the apartment that is home to several […]

Adult sign-ups for basketball



The Agoura Hills Department of Community Services has team packets available for the spring 2017 Adult Basketball League. Team packets can be picked up at the Agoura Hills Recreation and Event Center, 29900 Ladyface Court. The spring league will begin Thurs., March 30. Games will be played from 6:30 to 10:30 p.m. Thursdays and from 5 to 10 p.m. Sundays […]

Conejo Chamber’s annual awards gala features masked-man appearance




The Greater Conejo Valley Chamber of Commerce Black and White recognition gala Feb. 24 at the Hyatt Regency Westlake had a surprise in store for guests. The usually soft-spoken and reserved Westlake Village city manager, Ray Taylor, entertained the ballroom dressed as the character Zorro to demonstrate that he would do anything to keep his identity hidden, including wearing a […]

Armed robbers hit B of A in Calabasas



Two men with firearms stole an undisclosed amount of money from the Bank of America branch in the 23600 block of Calabasas Road at about 2 p.m. Fri., Feb. 24. The men entered the bank and ordered the patrons to lie on the floor. One of the robbers jumped over the counter and took money from a drawer, Lt. Josh […]

Darn! What a wrong place for a dam

On the Trail

For those of us who live in the Santa Monica Mountains of rural Agoura, it was the threat of wildfire that had posed danger during the drought years. Suddenly that threat was replaced by the arrival of a hyper-abundance of the precipitation we’d all been longing for. Dame Nature is not required to be a cooperative and helpful ally to […]

Eye On Local Area Stocks



SHERIFF’S BLOTTER



Agoura/ Agoura Hills A burglar shattered a $100 window and stole a $400 massage table from a car parked on Country Glen Road Feb. 19. A person caused $ 500 in damage breaking into a truck parked on Parkview Court Feb. 19. Nothing was listed missing in the report. Shoplifters stole $300 worth of items from the Vons market in […]

Owl gives a hoot



EVER WATCHFUL—Stephanie Sayre of Wings of Discovery shows off a rescued young Great Horned Owl during a sustainability fair and recycling event Feb. 4 at Oak Park High School.

Zumba party to raise funds and promote good will

Teen hosts event to honor grandmother

Eighth-grader Sam Davidson hosted the fourth annual Zumbathon on Feb. 19, continuing the work his sister Morgan began when she created the Ambassadors for Hope Club in memory of the siblings’ grandmother Barbara Klass, who died in 2009 of lymphoma. The two-hour Zumba dance party at the Agoura Hills/Calabasas Community Center had an auction-style raffle. Southern California Zumba instructors representing […]


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