Rash of car burglaries reported in Calabasas

Acorn Staff Writer

Car burglaries in the Mulwood section of Calabasas are on the rise, according to the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department. Deputies from the Lost Hills Station say thieves are targeting unlocked cars parked either in residential driveways or in garages. It’s not the cars getting stolen, but the contents inside, deputies say. Nine incidents have occurred over the past month […]

Octogenarian is among the Westlake High School graduates Cory Schwartz Special to The Acorn

Octogenarian is among the Westlake High School graduates Cory Schwartz Special to The Acorn The first graduating class of the new millennium honored both the future and the past during commencement ceremonies last week at Westlake High School. While 479 Westlake seniors were awarded for their successful completion of high school, 80-year-old Thousand Oaks resident Daniel Minerva received his diploma, […]

Young local filmmakers walk down the carpet tonight

A red carpet will be only a part of the excitement at 7 p.m. tonight, Thurs., June 21, when the city of Thousand Oaks Arts Commission, the Conejo Recreation and Park District and Adelphia bestow awards to the next generation of young filmmakers. Free and open to the public, the Academy Award-like Premiere Screening and Awards Ceremony will take place […]

Softball umps, officials needed

The Rancho Simi Recreation and Park District is accepting applications from persons interested in officiating on Oak Park Adult Softball League in the Oak Park/Agoura area. Previous experience is desirable. Games are played on Monday through Friday nights. Those interested should call Dennis Anderson, Oak Park recreation supervisor at (805) 584-4400.

Citizens group deserves more respect

Citizens group deserves more respect An Acorn reader complains Citizens for Responsible Growth is composed of merchants that fought pole sign control and wish to stifle competition. In fact, CRG is supported by businesses and residents upset by over-development trends – laborers, professionals, homemakers, retirees, students (!). I am one… architect, developer, consultant, contractor – and past vice chairman of […]

Calabasas resident joins State Lottery Commission

Governor Gray Davis last week announced the appointment of Calabasas resident Michael Brockman as a member of the California Lottery Commission. Brockman, who is a member of the Calabasas Communications and Technology Commission, is a former president of Daytime Entertainment for ABC Television and a senior vice president of Mark Goodson Productions. Brockman also is a member of the National […]

Westlake High School Class of 2001

Evan D. Acosta, Tyler Frank Adamczyk, Christine Baillie Agnew, Michael R. Agrios, Jenna Marie Ainsworth, Michael Robert Altman, Michael C. Amoroso, Erica Ashley Amuzie, Lillian Yoonhee An, Gretchen Lorraine Anderson, Kole Christopher Anderson, Eduardo Andrade, Arash Aramesh, Jeffrey Benjamin Arias, Brian Douglas Augustyn, Alexis Simi Azoulay, Julie Ann Backer , Aja Breanne Sanchez Baker, Sheeva M. Banki, Jessica F. Banks, […]

CSUN still accepting transfer student applications for fall

Cal State Northridge is still accepting applications from lower- and upper-division transfer students for the fall 2001 semester. Interested students should complete and file an admissions application as soon as possible. The applications are available in local community college transfer centers or can be obtained by calling CSUN’s Office of Transfer Services at (818) 677-4689. To make the process easier, […]

Galaxy girls softball team is out of this world

Galaxy girls softball team is out of this world The Galaxy, Southern California’s under-14 girls traveling softball team, has become a nationally competitive club thanks to the great improvement the players have shown over the past year. Formed only 10 months ago, the Galaxy qualified for the softball nationals July 30 in Kansas City. The girls, who are mostly local […]

Says writer has issues mixed up

This is in response to the reply by Mr. W.A. LeVine on May 24 about your editorial on the care and condition of the American flag at a local shopping center. Mr. LeVine stated that your editorial represents a very dangerous, irresponsible and naïve precedent. I guess we didn’t read the same editorial. The flag is a symbol of this […]