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August 13, 1999
In reply to "Affluent Areas Lead Recovery in Real Estate," Aug. 9: Prices go up when demand rises and supply falls. In L.A. we've allowed developers to install cheap, crowded housing in our beautiful canyons, mountains and valleys, thus driving down property values and quality of life. It's time to reverse that trend. Rather than bulldoze more open space in Agoura, the Verdugos, etc., let's preserve and revitalize declining neighborhoods. Vital inner cities set in open space will make L.A. a better place to live.
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 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.
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.
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.
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