2017-06-08

Bayley Harley-Imler

3/25/1997 - 5/26/2017

Bayley Harley-Imler, 20 years old, committed suicide on May 26, 2017 after a long battle with several mental illnesses. He was born in Thousand Oaks, attended Westlake Elementary and received his diploma from Oak Park High School in 2015. He was an amazing young man with a pure selfless heart and would always want to help others. He loved deeply, […]

An eye for color



WORK OF ART—Tenyear old Molly Murphy, a fourth-grader at Yerba Buena Elementary School in Agoura Hills, painted this picture of her Syrian teddy bear hamster, Hamilton. She photographed the pet and then painted him for her oil painting class at For Arts Sake in Agoura Hills. SPIDER magazine selected the painting for publication in the Spider’s Corner page of the […]

SENIOR STANDOUTS

OAKS CHRISTIAN

Editor’s note: Senior standouts are selected by their respective schools and profiles are compiled from questionnaires filled out by the students. Professional photos by Cornerstone Photography. Brook Bryan Leadership, entrepreneurship and faith have help Brooke Bryan excel at Oaks Christian School. The honors student will take those attributes to Liberty University, where she will play lacrosse and major in business […]

Lake Sherwood pilot dies in crash




A Lake Sherwood father and husband died June 1 when his small plane exploded over the Solimar Beach area of Ventura and crashed in the city’s northern foothills. Michael Brannigan, a 52-year-old professional photographer, was the registered owner of the fixed-wing, single-engine Cessna 180. Rescue workers received word of the accident just minutes before noon on Thursday, Ventura County Fire […]

Dear cancer . . .



AT THE LIBRARY



The Agoura Hills Library will offer the following activities at 29901 Ladyface Court, unless specified otherwise. Used book donations to the Book Cellar help fund these and other programs. For large collection pick-up large, call (818) 584 7219. For more library information, call (818) 889-2278. Tues., June 13 at 6:30 p.m., the Nonfiction Book Club will discuss “Lab Girl” by […]

SENIOR STANDOUTS

OAK PARK HIGH

Editor’s note: Senior standouts are selected by their respective schools and profiles are compiled from questionnaires filled out by the students. Professional photos by Cornerstone Photography. Rachel Hu Rachel Hu, a self-proclaimed “die-hard techie,” was not only a stellar scholar who landed a spot at Stanford University in the fall, she also excelled in music with 11 years of piano […]

Together we can stop the revolving door



Sheriff Geoff Dean has made clear that Prop. 47, the 2014 ballot initiative that reclassified “nonserious, nonviolent” crimes as misdemeanors and reduced jail time for those convicted of drug use, has put a revolving door at jails for addicts who continue to get caught robbing or stealing to support their habit. “Crime continues to go up, and no agency has […]

New leadership for Miss California pageant



The Miss California competition is taking flight under the leadership of Patricia Murray, a Conejo Valley resident, as the organization’s new CEO. Murray has a bachelor’s degree in aeronautical engineering from Cal Poly State University. She was the winner of the 1992 Miss California competition. She has served as a California Air National Guard pilot with six tours in Africa, […]

Dreams came true with school



GOLDEN ANNIVERSARY—Bill Postel celebrates 50 years of operation for the Foxfield Riding School in Westlake Village. At right is Holly Scapa. Bill and Joann Postel and Joann’s twin sister, Nancy Turrill, opened the school in 1967 and have been running it ever since. Thousands of children have learned to ride through their program. The school has won many national and […]


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