2001-04-26

Safety of children emphasized CHUCK ROGERS/The Acorn



Safety of children emphasized CHUCK ROGERS/The Acorn SHARING SAFETY TIPS––Paramedic Steve Bernau of Station No. 65 on Cornell Road talks about in-home safety with Adriana Burrus, a resident of Malibou Lake, while her children, 2-year-old Taylor and brother, Kyle, 5, enjoy a make believe ride in the fire truck. Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department and members of STAAFF (Stop The […]

Parents continue to protest open door policy in Oak Park schools

Acorn Staff Writer

Every spring, the Oak Park Unified School District Board of Education must review policies pertaining to incoming transfers and overall attendance. Since last December, many parents have made it abundantly clear that they don’t want outside children attending Oak Park schools. Once again, parents have criticized open enrollment. Many denied at last week’s board meeting that they have prejudices. They […]

Calabasans celebrate anniversary of cityhood in style

Acorn Staff Writer

Calabasans celebrate anniversary of cityhood in style Even the sun couldn’t stay away, as it broke through the cloudy morning Saturday just in time to shine on Calabasas as the city began its 10th anniversary celebration. See photos on page 30. The festivities took place on the land where the new Calabasas civic center will be located, adjacent the Commons. […]

New motorcycle cop hits the streets in L.A. County



New motorcycle cop hits the streets in L.A. County By John Loesing Acorn Staff Writer Pay extra attention to local traffic laws or pay the consequences. Lost Hills Sheriff’s Station will add another motorcycle patrol in the coming month. That means two bike cops will be on duty from now on, watching motorists and pedestrians from Calabasas to Westlake Village. […]

Calabasas is 10 Gala celebration marks 10th anniversary of Calabasas cityhood -Pages 1, 30



Calabasas is 10 Gala celebration marks 10th anniversary of Calabasas cityhood -Pages 1, 30

Walk to school Oak Park kids get to class the old-fashioned way for Earth Day -Page 23



Walk to school Oak Park kids get to class the old-fashioned way for Earth Day -Page 23

The second half Charger girls want a turnaround in softball -Page 28



The second half Charger girls want a turnaround in softball -Page 28

Date rape: What it is, how to avoid it

Acorn Staff Writer


A case involving date rape went before a Malibu jury last year, but reached an impasse because of conflicting testimony by both parties. According to Det. Marian Holland of the Lost Hills Sheriff’s Station (the investigating officer), a Pepperdine student was hosting an alcohol party at his apartment and when a female friend became intoxicated and nauseous, the man invited […]

U.S. Postal Service letter carriers to collect food for needy Americans on Sat., May 12



U.S. Postal Service letter carriers to collect food for needy Americans on Sat., May 12 U.S. Postal Service letter carriers to collect food for needy Americans on Sat., May 12 Southern California letter carriers will join their counterparts from across the U.S. to collect food donations from postal customers in more than 10,000 cities and towns on Sat., May 12. […]

What’s up with that?



What’s up with that? CHUCK ROGERS/The Acorn A VACANT LOT NO MORE––If you’ve wondered what’s going on in Agoura Hills near Reyes Adobe Road and Thousand Oaks Boulevard, we have the answer. You’ll soon see foundations for 19 new homes on the hillside; no doubt a nice location, some with views and all with easy access to the freeway via […]