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October 4, 1991
The original Pony Express never stopped in Agoura Hills, but modern horsemen will re-create the service's famous mail delivery at the city's 25th annual Pony Express Days celebration this weekend. A highlight of the community carnival and rodeo, which runs today through Sunday, will be a fast-paced re-enactment of Pony Express mail pickups.
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February 12, 1998 | EDWARD M. YOON
An African American storyteller will help Las Virgenes Library celebrate Black History Month on Tuesday. Binnie Tate Wilkin, dressed in African costume, will present African and African American folklore through word and dance. Wilkin, the author of "Survival Themes in Fiction for Children and Young People," a collection of short stories to help children deal with everyday problems, will spin tales of hardship faced by African Americans and their eventual triumph.
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September 21, 1994 | FRANK MANNING
The Pony Express rides again! The horse-driven mail service galloped into the pages of history 133 years ago, but its legacy lives on in Agoura Hills during Pony Express Days, a four-day fair from Thursday through Sunday. The area that is now Agoura Hills used to be one of the stops on the Pony Express, which had 157 relay stations from St. Joseph, Mo., to Sacramento, according to information compiled by the Las Virgenes Historical Society.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
September 21, 1994 | FRANK MANNING
The Pony Express rides again! The horse-driven mail service galloped into the pages of history 133 years ago, but its legacy lives on in Agoura Hills during Pony Express Days, a four-day fair from Thursday through Sunday. The area that is now Agoura Hills used to be one of the stops on the Pony Express, which had 157 relay stations from St. Joseph, Mo., to Sacramento, according to information compiled by the Las Virgenes Historical Society.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
February 12, 1998 | EDWARD M. YOON
An African American storyteller will help Las Virgenes Library celebrate Black History Month on Tuesday. Binnie Tate Wilkin, dressed in African costume, will present African and African American folklore through word and dance. Wilkin, the author of "Survival Themes in Fiction for Children and Young People," a collection of short stories to help children deal with everyday problems, will spin tales of hardship faced by African Americans and their eventual triumph.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
October 4, 1991
The original Pony Express never stopped in Agoura Hills, but modern horsemen will re-create the service's famous mail delivery at the city's 25th annual Pony Express Days celebration this weekend. A highlight of the community carnival and rodeo, which runs today through Sunday, will be a fast-paced re-enactment of Pony Express mail pickups.
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