2018-06-21

Not happy with Cornerstone

The editor asks if the Cornerstone vote was “hubris,” which is a Greek word meaning “arrogance so great it leads to one’s downfall.” The members of our City Council who voted for Cornerstone project ignored the community and approved the worst-case scenario there. Instead of listening to the community and requiring an environmental document that would have looked at lowerdensity […]

Swim school offers water safety event

Aware of the recent tragedy regarding Olympian Bode Miller’s daughter, who fatally drowned in a backyard pool, Daland Swim School will host a summer pool safety event from 2:30 to 4:30 p.m. Sat., June 23 at the Thousand Oaks facility, 135 E. Wilbur Drive. The swim school will offer free CPR classes, a water safety test, lifeguard rescue presentations and […]

California Catholics to observe 9 days of prayer for immigrants



During weekly living-room prayer meetings, parishioners of St. Mary Magdalen Church in Camarillo gather to offer prayers of intercession. Recently, their petitions to God have been directed toward undocumented immigrants. “We are praying for them,” said Olga Dennis, president of the church’s 15-member Grupo Guadalupano prayer circle. “It’s very sad what is happening with the children.” Like Dennis, Catholics and […]

Out for blood

Donors roll up their sleeves and get to work

Deja vu again

I have lived in Agoura Hills since the early 1980s when this place was called Agoura without the Hills and Judy Kanan was part of city government. I was involved with other citizens of Agoura to stop them from replacing the animal shelter on Agoura Road with a Home Depot. Can you imagine the traffic we would have today if […]

With family, enough is never quite enough

Family Man

I took advantage of the time I had with my son when he was little because I knew anything could happen. For instance, he could become a teenager. Next month he’ll be 15. But have I really gotten the most out of his youth? I’ve played games with him. “Dad, I’m too old to play cars,” he said the other […]

Calendar

THURS., JUNE 21 Channel Islands Gulls 11 a.m. at Las Posas Country Club, 955 Fairway Drive, Camarillo. Luncheon at noon. Members and guests asked to bring bottle of wine or spirits to sell. Proceeds go to local charities. RSVP requested. Contact: Shirley. Phone: 805.824.4005. Thousand Oaks Tea Party 6:45 to 9 p.m. at Calvary Chapel, 2697 Lavery Court, Ste. 9, […]

Musical chairs

Transfers steal spotlight from locals at passing tourney



This isn’t World War III. It’s football without pads. “Championships are not won at 7-on-7s,” said Charles Collins, Oaks Christian High’s first-year head coach. No local prep football teams earned section rings during the Conejo Classic passing tournament, but coaches gained insight from the exhibition battles on June 16 at Newbury Park and Westlake. “With 7-on-7s, you get to see […]

Village growth too intense

The “ community forum” staged last week by developers who wish to build a traffic producing, Orange County-style theme park in Agoura called the Avenue was a complete sham. The developer did not show up and instead his “lobbyist” Brad Rosenheim gave a clumsy presentation. Rosenheim is called a “land use expert” but what is he really an expert at? […]

Youth groups usher in summer


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