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  • Vacation Photo 2015 Contest Winner

    AMERICAN HISTORY—Hilary and Jonathan Matthew from Agoura Hills visit Eldon, Iowa and pose with their Acorn in front of the home used in Grant Wood’s famous 1930 painting, “American Gothic.” While traveling in his native state, Wood became inspired by the little wood farmhouse made in the archi

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  • Agoura’s great race
    By Stephanie Bertholdo

    Six candidates will compete for two seats in the Nov. 3 election: three men and three women. This week, a look at the male candidates. Next week, the females.


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  • On board with sheriff’s rescue helicopter
    By Sylvie Belmond

    On its recent Saturday patrol, the sheriff’s department helicopter launched skyward and took in a bird’s-eye view of the Santa Monica Mountains and Malibu coastline to check out hot spots where rescues often occur.

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  • Drought is on, rates are up
    By Sylvie Belmond

    The Las Virgenes Municipal Water District is planning higher rates—again.

    A new budget-based billing system will reflect the higher cost of water and encourage residents to conserve. It also helps the agency recoup what it pays for the scarce commodity.

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  • Community grieves over family’s great suffering
    By Sylvie Belmond/John Loesing

    Losing not only one, but two daughters in a matter of years is a tragedy hard to imagine.

    The community remains in mourning this week for an Agoura Hills family whose 15-year-old daughter died Sept. 21 in an apparent “car surfing” accident.

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  • Athlete accused of stealing from cars

    A former varsity basketball player who spent time at four different area high schools was arrested this week after police say he was caught stealing from vehicles in Thousand Oaks.

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  • Westlake earns video kudos

    The City of Westlake Village’s Video Newsletter was honored at the annual National Association of Telecommunications Officers and Advisors conference in San Diego where it received a first place award in the Community Event Coverage category with its coverage of the Amgen Tour of California bicycle race.

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  • Choppy waters ahead for regional, state economy

    The California Lutheran University Center for Economic Research and Forecasting recently released its 2015 third-quarter report, and while California remains on a roll, doing better than the rest of the nation, the state’s economic growth is destined to slow as stock market turbulence takes its toll.

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