They like Iser

They like Iser Cindy Iser is the most qualified candidate for the Las Virgenes Unified School Board. Cindy is an experienced attorney and a dedicated school and community volunteer. Cindy has the experience to be an effective problem solver between the parents and school district in our community. She has the drive and desire to be a superior advocate for […]

Councilman in Westlake likes Weber, Thomas

Councilman in Westlake likes Weber, Thomas Denis Weber and George Christopher Thomas provide the residents of Agoura Hills with a wonderful opportunity in this election. Denis Weber is one of the most rational and ethical people I have ever known. He is a man of character and integrity who has made every important decision after careful reflection and prayer. He […]

For the record

Several facts were inadvertently omitted from a story in the Acorn issue of Oct. 18 due to faulty information provided by a source. Regarding the death of Jessica King, a former resident of Agoura and Tarzana, she was a resident of Tarzana from birth until age 16. She lived with her mother, Bonnie (King) Ruby, now of Bend, Ore. for […]

Agoura High student dies at 19

Eric Paul Eychner, 19, passed away on Oct. 12 after a lifelong battle against seizures. He was a senior at Agoura High School. His courageous spirit enabled him to live life to the fullest despite the health challenges he endured, and his loving, upbeat personality endeared Eric to family and friends, who deeply mourn his loss. Eric is survived by […]

Los Robles covers cancer concerns

Acorn Staff Writer

The breast cancer-fighting formula of combining a good health facility with physicians and regular checkups equals good health. And results of a study indicate that Los Robles Regional Medical Center is doing an effective job. Dr. Paul Miller, a Los Robles staff physician and member of Westlake Radiation Oncology, Inc., said advances are already implemented. The yardstick developed in the […]

Teen seminar set in T.O.

Teen seminar set in T.O. Emmanuel Presbyterian Church will present a seminar from 5 to 8 p.m. on Sun., Nov. 4 titled "Understanding Your Teenager" at the church on the corner of Lynn Road and Camino Manzanas, in Thousand Oaks. Tim Smith, a youth worker and parent who is pastor of Family Life at Calvary Community Church in Westlake Village […]

Teachers’ union likes Iser

Teachers’ union likes Iser The people of Westlake Village, Agoura Hills, and Calabasas will have an important choice on Nov. 6. Three seats are open on the Las Virgenes Unified School District Board of Education with five candidates running. After interviewing all of the candidates, the Las Virgenes Educators Association felt that Cindy Iser is the best candidate of the […]

He’ll vote for Weber, Thomas

He’ll vote for Weber, Thomas After listening and reading everything the Agoura Hills City Council candidates have to say, it is obvious to me that two candidates have been working for all the Agoura Hills residents. They are incumbent Denis Weber and challenger Chris Thomas. For eight years Mr. Weber has taken a "common sense" approach to meeting the needs […]

Facility repairs in full swing

Acorn Staff Writer

For years, residents have thumbed their nose at the Rancho Las Virgenes Composting plant in Calabasas, but the foul odors that led to homeowner complaints could finally be coming to an end. According to Las Virgenes Municipal Water District (LVMWD), repairs are underway on a $1.1 million project to expand the plant and restore the bio-filter that controls the odors. […]

Parenting classes set for Interface

Interface Children Family Services offers a low cost 10-week series of Active Parenting classes that emphasize effective communication between parents and children, understanding children’s behavior and strategies to encourage responsibility and problem solving skills. For further information or to sign up for a class, please call (805) 485-6114, ext. 685.

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