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December 22, 1987
Traditional Industries signed a $20 million line of credit with Imperial Bank and San Juan Bank to replace an existing $10 million credit line. Traditional, an Agoura Hills-based retailer of photographic equipment and services, said the new credit line will enable the company to expand without having to sell additional stock. Traditional also signed a $3 million MasterCard contract with Imperial Bank.
November 14, 1987 | JOHN ORTEGA
The trail to the state high school championships begins today in Walnut, where Valley-area runners will compete in the Southern Section cross-country championships at Mt. San Antonio College. The top five teams and individuals in three divisions will qualify for the first state championships Nov. 28 in Fresno.
October 15, 2013 | By Eric Sondheimer
 It has been a long time since a Cal State Northridge baseball coach was able to recruit and keep high school players from going off to a college away from the neighborhood. First-year Coach Greg Moore is starting to having some success. On Tuesday, he received commitments from three standouts out of the Marmonte League _ pitcher Matt Campbell of Simi Valley, infielder Blake Chiaramonte of Moorpark and catcher Albee Weiss of Agoura.  
October 18, 1986 | JOHN ORTEGA
Melissa Sutton of Newbury Park High set her ninth consecutive course record, and Thousand Oaks won two team titles at the 10th Ventura County Cross-Country Championships at Moorpark College on Friday. Sutton, the two-time defending Southern Section 4-A champion, dominated the girls race, leading from start to finish. She was never seriously challenged after running the opening mile in 5:20. Her 17:26.
February 6, 1985
The sister of a 60-year-old Hollywood woman shot to death last week in Woodland Hills offered a $10,000 reward Tuesday for information leading to the arrest and conviction of the killer or killers. Judy Kanan, the tough-minded Agoura businesswoman and descendant of a pioneering Agoura family, was gunned down shortly before 3 p.m. Jan. 29 as she prepared to feed horses she kept at a Woodland Hills corral. The reward was offered by Patricia Kanan, 62.
September 6, 1986
Javier Primera led Burroughs High to a 26-29 win over Crespi in a season-opening, nonleague cross-country meet Friday at Woodley Park, and Agoura swept a dual meet from Notre Dame on its home course at Paramount Ranch in another season opener. Primera ran the three-mile course in 16:36, finishing 14 seconds ahead of Crespi's Sean Huckaby. Crespi teammates Don Moser and Bryan McCanna finished fourth and fifth in 17:14 and 17:17.
September 24, 1986
Thousand Oaks at Canyon: If running backs Marc Monestime and Mike Moore have big games the Lancers have a legitimate chance to end Canyon's winning streak at 40. Canyon running back Lance Cross did not play last week against La Canada because of a bruised back. If he is still out, pressure will be on quarterback Ken Sollom to have a great passing performance for the third straight week. Canyon has scored 42 points in each of its first two games.
October 4, 2002 | Dan Arritt; John Ortega
An offensive outburst Thursday night between Tustin and Anaheim Western highs turned into a defensive standoff in the second half. Tustin proved to be slightly better in both, outscoring the host Pioneers in the first half and ending the game with a goal-line stand that preserved its 28-21 victory. The victory prevented the Tillers from starting 0-4 for the first time since 1994, when they finished 1-9.
October 13, 1999
Dragana Ognenovska of Burroughs High dropped her first set of the season but the Indians had little trouble beating Valencia, 13-5, in a Foothill League girls' tennis match on Tuesday at Burroughs. Ognenovska, who is 14-1 this season, lost to Julia Peek of Valencia, 6-1, but rebounded to win her next two. Double teams Melissa Hooven and Michelle Hildreth, and Jenny Wooldridge and Catherine Williams swept for Burroughs (9-0, 5-0 in league play).
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