2002-01-10

Another traffic fatality in Conejo Accident kills Oak Park man in Lake Sherwood



Another traffic fatality in Conejo Accident kills Oak Park man in Lake Sherwood An investigation continues into a Lake Sherwood crash that killed an 18-year-old Moorpark College student and resident of Oak Park last week, according to authorities. California Highway Patrol officers still aren’t sure how Anton Sokolow Nikolic lost control of his sport utility vehicle early Friday morning on […]

Here are tips on traveling safely when you’re overseas



Here are tips on traveling safely when you’re overseas Current world events have made travel abroad confusing and unsettling for many Americans. Now, more than ever, your family’s safety while traveling is your first priority. A new toll-free number from the U.S. State Department can help. For the latest information on any country you are planning to visit, call toll-free […]

Student ideas sought on future technology



What will a microwave oven be like 20 years from now? How about a telephone, an artificial heart, a hearing aid––or even your toothbrush? Thousands of students are coming up with answers to questions like these in the 10th annual ExploraVision Awards program. One of the world’s largest K-12 student science and technology competitions, ExploraVision encourages students to create their […]

‘Just Do It’ is topic at St. Paul Lutheran



‘Just Do It’ is topic at St. Paul Lutheran Pastors Jim Henkell and Mark Schaefer will preach a series titled "Just Do It" based on the Book of James beginning with the 9 and 10:30 a.m. worship services on Sun., Jan. 13 at the church, 30600 Thousand Oaks Blvd., Agoura Hills. Children’s church is also at 10:30 a.m. Nursery care […]

Help appreciated



The staff, volunteers and clients of Interface Children Family Services would like to say "thank you" to the many individuals, families and corporations who participated in the "Adopt-an-Angel" event and made the holidays so special for those in our community who otherwise would have gone without. We know that for many, participation in this event was challenging this year, and […]

Agoura Hills planning commissioners appointed



The Agoura Hills City Council was scheduled to take action last night on possible new appointments to the city’s planning commission. The five current members are chairman William Koehler, vice chairman Phil Ramuno, Ray Shackelford, Harry Schwarz and Diane Walker. Their terms were to expire today, but each wanted to return for an additional two-year term. The city clerk’s office […]

Pertinent tips offered to today’s job seekers Hiring managers say it’s especially important to differentiate yourself from your competition Drake Beam Morin, a global outplacement firm, offers job seekers the following insights gleaned from a recent



Pertinent tips offered to today’s job seekers Hiring managers say it’s especially important to differentiate yourself from your competition Drake Beam Morin, a global outplacement firm, offers job seekers the following insights gleaned from a recent survey of more than 150 hiring managers across a wide range of industries as to their key preferences when recruiting new employees: Skills matter […]

New college handbook provides interesting facts, figures



When looking for the right college, there are many factors to consider besides majors and admission policies. Fortunately, there are resources to help navigate the process of choosing the right college. The College Board, a nationally recognized source of essential information for college-bound students and their families, recently released its annual College Board College Handbook 2002, the only guide to […]

Temple’s sisterhood group to meet Tuesday



Temple Etz Chaim Sisterhood hosts a Rosh Chodesh gathering open to the community at large at 7:30 p.m. on Tues., Jan. 15 in the temple’s social hall at 1080 E. Janss Road in Thousand Oaks. The word "chodesh" is related to the words "new" or "renewal" and reflects the nature of the moon, which disappears and reappears again in a […]

Acorn Editorial Submission Policy



The Acorn welcomes your letters and comments. “Letters to the Editor” should be no longer than 300 words, although The Acorn reserves the right to make occasional exceptions to this policy. Hand-written letters are acceptable only if they are legible. Letters must contain the writer’s telephone number and address, for verification purposes only. Anonymous letters will not be accepted and […]


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