2017-05-25 E-Edition

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Woman sought in Oak Park burglary

The Ventura County Sheriff’s Office is looking for a person who broke into an Oak Park home last week and stole items while the family inside slept. Around 2 a.m. May 15, deputies responded to a report of a residential burglary on Basswood Avenue. The homeowners said someone came into their residence during the night and removed several items. A […]

No need to row, row, row the boat

CHS team aces solar-powered race

Metropolitan Water District’s 15th annual Solar Cup concluded May 21 with boats built and raced by students from Riverside Poly and Mira Costa high schools claiming the top awards at the competition, the largest student-based solar-powered boat race in the nation. The schools were among 43 teams competing from Metropolitan’s six-county, 5,200 square-mile service area, which includes Los Angeles, Orange, […]


National Charity League Inc., Conejo Valley Chapter, introduced its 2017 graduating seniors May 7 at its 45th annual Tea and Senior Ticktocker Recognition Ceremony at the Four Seasons Westlake Village. NCL Conejo Valley has been proudly contributing to the community since 1970. The chapter serves 23 philanthropies and provides over 10,000 service hours to the local community each year. In […]


Agoura Chargers Fri., May 26: Spirit competition beach day Mon., May 29: Memorial Dayno school Tues., May 30: Track banquet/G building/6 p.m. Wed., May 31: Junior presentation/ main stage/7:50 to 8:30 a.m. Club banquet/G building/6 p.m. Thurs., June 1: V-Day, yearbook distribution Junior parent presentation/ main stage/6 p.m. Music banquet/ G building/ 6:30 p.m. Calabasas Coyotes Fri., May 26: Junior […]

Residents can help in raising puppies with a purpose

Ventura County Puppies with a Vision will host a meeting for people interested in raising a guide dog for the blind from 6 to 8 p.m. Mon., June 12 at the Grant Brimhall Library, 1401 E. Janss Road, Thousand Oaks. The puppy raising group meets monthly. For more information, email group leader Alice Garcia at garcia.13@att.net.


Agoura Hills A thief stole a duffel bag containing $180 worth of skateboarding gear and a $150 jacket from a car parked on Skyview Way May 8. Someone stole $$600 worth of goods, including a radar device and an empty gun case, from an unlocked car parked on Rondell Street May 7. A thief snatched three propane tanks and a […]

Lindero students ace Reno jazz fest

Middle school band beats out 32 others at contest

The Lindero Canyon Middle School Jazz A Band captured first place at the 55th annual Reno Jazz Festival last month at the University of Nevada, Reno. The Lindero band beat out 32 middle schools from nine states, including Arizona, Colorado, Oregon and Washington. “Sure, it’s nice to win, but the real value of participating in the festival is to be […]

Ballerina wins scholarship to dance school

Kelly Hicks, 13-year-old middle school student whose passion is classical ballet, recently received a full tuition scholarship for American Ballet Theater’s Jaqueline Kennedy Onassis School in New York City. The Calabasas resident will graduate from A.C. Stelle Middle School in June and will be a high school freshman in fall. American Ballet Theatre is recognized as one of the world’s […]

Care specialist smooths transition of patients from hospital to home

The road to recovery doesn’t end with a hospital discharge. Just ask Sejal Shah, senior care specialist at Los Robles Hospital. Since June of last year, Shah has worked to help doctors at the Thousand Oaks medical center coordinate follow-up care for seniors after they’ve left the hospital. The treatment plan for a senior may be clear during their hospital […]