2018-01-11 E-Edition

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Weber attack

I am writing this letter in response to the article last week requesting that Denis Weber resign over a couple of “likes” on Facebook. I want to say that I have known Denis Weber for 10 years and have seen what kind of man he is and how much he cares for his community. Denis has served on the Boys […]

How to use home equity for retirement funds

COMMENTARY /// Ownership investment

Most of us save and plan for decades to enjoy the period of our life when we no longer need to go into the office and work an eight-hour day for a paycheck. But even with those decades of hard work, it can be tough to save up enough cash to cover all your costs in retirement. Many soon-to-be-retirees face […]

Lions trek into the Wild

Players have learned to stick together through coaching turmoil

Sailing the Bermuda Triangle in a schooner made of Swiss cheese is safer than being an Oaks Christian High boys’ basketball head coach. Jordan Wild is the team’s fifth skipper in five seasons. There has been one constant—the players. “As much as we appreciate our past coaches and Coach Wild now, it is about us,” senior guard Jordan Jones said, […]

Sheriff’s Blotter

Agoura Hills A home on Triunfo Canyon Road was burglarized between Dec. 28 and 29. The owner reported leaving the property locked, but returned to find the garage door open and property strewn around the driveway. The thief stole two welders, 80 feet of copper wire and a lock box and key worth over $2,400. Someone vandalized a homemade wooden […]

Tips to help prepare a home for a market debut

Kay Fields says it’s never too early to start planning for a home sale in 2018. Here are tips to help prepare a home for its market debut this year: Start packing valuables and items you don’t plan to use until after you’ve moved, including any personal photos or photo albums. Get your home move-in ready. Most buyers want a […]

The pink ink

FLIGHT OF THE CONCHORDS—Oak Park High girls’ basketball players celebrate during the Eagles’ 68-60 win against Calabasas Jan. 5 at home in the Breast Cancer Awareness Game. Oak Park’s Julia Broms led the Eagles with 17 points and seven rebounds. Rhea Bhutada (14 points and six rebounds), Abby Messe (13 points and six rebounds), Mia Foresti (11 points and six […]

Westlake man takes pet message on the road

Spay-and-neuter bus for low-income animal owners

Westlake Village resident Joey Herrick has taken his concerns about pet overpopulation to the streets. Herrick is the founder of the Lucy Pet Foundation, a nonprofit organization that operates a mobile pet neutering clinic for low-income residents in Los Angeles. He founded Lucy Pet in 2013 as a way to serve the community by reducing the number of unwanted pets. […]

Westlake Village home has recently remodeled pool

This single-story, four-bedroom and two-bathroom pool home is in the Southshore Hills community in Westlake Village. The turnkey property is at the top of a hillside and offers mountain views. The formal living room features tall windows, crown molding and a granite fireplace. Off the living room is the formal dining room that also has crown molding as well as […]

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