2019-01-31

LVMWD’s Pure Water Project on the move



It’s commonly known that local communities rely on water imported from the north, but part of the supply that travels hundreds of miles to get here often winds up going down the drain. Now, the Las Virgenes Municipal Water District is working to put the area’s recycled wastewater back to work. LVMWD and its partner agency, Triunfo Sanitation District, have […]

Female inmates joined Woolsey fire fight



In the weeks following the Woolsey fire, freeway overpasses were covered in signs thanking firefighters for their hard work protecting the community. But one group of first responders didn’t get to see the kudos that came their way. The inmates of Malibu Conservation Camp 13, a women’s penitentiary facility whose inmates train as firefighters, were deployed alongside county fire crews […]

State releases report on work deaths

Work- related incidents killed 376 workers in California in 2017, the same number as in 2016, the state’s Department of Industrial Relations, announced. The agency, which tracks and investigates work-related deaths, released its annual report on fatal occupational injuries Dec. 18. Figures from 2017 are the latest numbers available, the department said in a news release. California workers in the […]

New-home block-party event at 55-plus community in Santa Clarita

Check out move-in ready residences

Pardee Homes will host a block party and new-home showcase from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Sat., Feb. 9 at the award-wining 55+ enclave of Verano at Aliento in Santa Clarita. The event will include live music and refreshments. Guests can tour seven move-in ready designer homes priced from the $500,000s. All are available for purchase. “This is a great […]

Family still searching for missing son



A private investigator hired to find a Simi Valley man last seen in the Santa Monica Mountains said he doesn’t believe there’s a connection between his client and Anthony Rauda, the man charged this month in the death of a camper at Malibu Creek State Park. Jayden Brant, speaking on behalf of the family of Matthew Weaver, said there’s no […]

Rotary Club goes to great heights

CONEJO CREW—Above, members of the Rotary Club of the Conejo Valley offer their painting and cleaning services at the Cancer Support Community headquarters on Jan. 19 in Thousand Oaks. Front row, from left are: Derick Isa, Valerie Rhaney, Jeff Blum, Jeff Shoenwald and Marty Kendig. Middle row: Michelle Kendig and Joe Weber. In back is Marc Sattler. At right, Derick […]

EYE ON LOCAL AREA STOCKS

Veteran agent joins Dilbeck Estates in Westlake Village

Olga Bisserier has announced her new affiliation with Dilbeck Estates in Westlake Village. Bisserier has been a resident of Oak Park since 1981. She received her license and began working in real estate in 1983. Since that time, Bisserier has provided excellent service to her clients. Although she works throughout the Conejo Valley, she particularly specializes in buyers and sellers […]

Human remains found in Malibu Canyon

Fourth body found in past year


The Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department is investigating human remains that were found Jan. 21 in the mountains near Malibu. The sheriff did not release information about the condition of the remains or how they were discovered. The L.A. County coroner has not identified the victim. The body was found at the intersection of Latigo Canyon and Calicut roads late […]

Debutantes have a ball at Charity League event

CELEBRATION—Above left, from left, Tiffany Ternan, Charlotte Moe, Tyler Duswalt, Blake Ternan, Casey Cusolito, Reilly Ternan, Anna Sziklai and Jaqui Sobel attend the 2018 National Charity League Inc. Conejo Valley Chapter’s 37th annual Debutante Ball. Above right, Reilly Ternan of Westlake Village leads the dancing. The event took place Nov. 23 at the Four Seasons Westlake Village. During their six […]


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