Puzzled by Bible? Christian scripture provokes many questions such as: Did this event really happen? What did Jesus mean when he said…? How should we understand controversial and puzzling passages in the Bible? To help with these questions, the Rev. Patrick Mullen will lead a program called Scripture Question and Answer at 7 p.m. Mon., Jan. 13 at St. Peter […]
Some of the most sought-after items for local animal shelters, as well as the nearest zoo, can be found in a child’s playroom. “Very hard balls or plastic blocks, like those toddler toys that Fisher Price makes, are good for the monkeys and for the birds,” said Mara Rodriguez, an operations instructional technician with America’s Teaching Zoo on the Moorpark […]
CUDDLER—Angel Boy, 14 years old, loves the attention he gets during his frequent brushing and combing as he patiently awaits his forever home. Meet Angel Boy, ID No. A5343603 at the Agoura Hills Animal Care Center, 29525 Agoura Road. Occasionally pets have already been adopted, so check Los Angeles County Animal Care and Control.
The Chargers tamed the Lions, forcing Hercy Miller to make ’em say, uhh, I’m getting outta California. Agoura High’s boys’ basketball team defeated Oaks Christian 64-60 on Nov. 29 during the West Valley Tip-Off Classic. “It felt good to beat them,” said Jed Miller, the Chargers’ junior point guard. Not long after Agoura’s signature victory, star junior guard Hercy Miller, […]
Royal High is synonymous with wrestling royalty, and the Highlanders will try to rack up pins to maintain their dominion on the mat this winter. Fresh off winning the CIF-Southern Section Division 4 dual meet championships last year, the Highlanders field another powerful lineup. Royal is gunning for its fourth straight Coastal Canyon League title. Royal will face a stiff […]
HEAD IN THE GAME—Oaks Christian High’s Nicole Zake, front, battles for the ball during a 1-0 win against Moorpark earlier this season. The Lions play Westlake at 6:15 p.m. Jan. 13 at home.