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Las Virgenes Municipal Water District was recognized with a certificate of achievement for Excellence in Financial Reporting by the Government Finance Officers Association of the United States and Canada. In addition, LVMWD received Outstanding Achievement in Popular Annual Financial Reporting. This award refers to a document intended for the general public, presented in understandable terminology, which the district received for […]
WAGS SEIZE GLORY—The WAGS U-12 Bronze softball team won the Thousand Oaks Memorial Day Softball Tournament championship. Pictured in the back row, from left, are Edith Mendez, Violet Rodarte, Allie Lehrer, Cheyenne Clausen, Alexia Bacon, Beth McVeigh, Andie Yi and Faith Bursin. Front row: Kaitlyn Bartlow, London Gamble, Veronica Morgan and Ally Stewart.
Regarding “Weapons raised in road rage incident,” we can only imagine the fatalities if those angry motorists had guns instead of a knife and a baseball bat. Held up to the shooting of Republicans at batting practice recently, politicians are speaking out about changing our supercharged political rhetoric. Our politicians need to be better role models since they are always […]
Elder-care attorney Terri Hilliard and long-term care and disability specialist Elana Foxx will present a free seminar from 6 to 7:30 p.m. Tues., June 27 at the Janet Levett Chamber of Commerce Center, 600 Hampshire Blvd., Ste. 202, Westlake Village. The workshop will address medical, legal and healthcare questions facing individuals in the later stages of their lives. Some topics […]
Samantha Seaton was overwhelmed with joy. She opened the envelope and started reading the acceptance letter to Harvard University. Tears trickled down her face as she read. Was this really happening? “I just knew I made it somewhere big,” she said. “I was really excited.” Two days later, the recent Westlake High grad received another letter, this one from Stanford. […]
What is commonly called the “Palestinian-Israeli conflict” is, in fact, the “Arab-Israeli conflict.” The Arab states rejected Israel’s independence in 1948 and made war against it multiple times. UN Resolution 242 was designed to provide Israel with the security and legitimacy it had been denied by its accepting Israel’s control of territory beyond the 1949 Armistice Line until the Arabs […]