2002-01-31

OPHS student parking still a problem

Acorn Staff Writer

Oak Park High School (OPHS) students have criticized the campus parking situation and a student representative to the Oak Park Unified School District Board of Education wants to help. OPHS senior Alex Connor serves the OPUSD board as a spokesman for students. His top priority, he said, is solving problems. Student and vehicle safety were brought up more than once […]

Local youth called to the Torah



Scott Phillip Beth, son of Patty and Joel Beth of Agoura Hills, became a Bar Mitzvah on Jan. 5 at Temple Adat Elohim, the Reform Congregation of the Conejo Valley at 2420 E. Hillcrest Dr., Thousand Oaks. Rabbi Alan Greenbaum officiated. Scott is a seventh grade honor roll student at Lindero Canyon Middle School in Agoura Hills Patrick Vandenberg, son […]

Vote no on H



I moved to Agoura in 1979 and fell in love with the small-town atmosphere. I became active in my homeowners’ association, and after a few years Agoura became a city. Along with a group of neighbors and friends I became active with the city. Twenty-three years later, I’m mad as hell. Why? Measure H. Recent election filing reports show that […]

YOU CAN’T LOSE ON M&Ms—Oak Park residents Jason Selby, 6½, and Parker Selby, 4, are enjoying the M&M Museum in Las Vegas. Their mom also had an excuse to visit Nevada and see a Ricky Martin concert. You can’t lose on that, either. Just stay away f



YOU CAN’T LOSE ON M&Ms—Oak Park residents Jason Selby, 6½, and Parker Selby, 4, are enjoying the M&M Museum in Las Vegas. Their mom also had an excuse to visit Nevada and see a Ricky Martin concert. You can’t lose on that, either. Just stay away from the casinos. And don’t be caught wagering on a Super Bowl pool like […]


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