Public comment sought on proposed park shuttle to serve local mountains

The Draft Environmental Assessment/Initial Study for the Heart-of-the-Park Shuttle Demonstration Project is available for review and comment. The project proposal has also been referred to as the Santa Monica Mountains Shuttle System. The document is available on the Internet at www.nps.gov/samo (Under "News and Events") and at the Agoura Hills, Calabasas, Newbury Park, Oak Park and Thousand Oaks libraries. The […]

Meeting constituents

Local student on stage

Alexis Clements of Westlake Village was one of a dozen Linfield College students who took the stage recently to present the contemporary play, "Reckless," in the college’s Pioneer Theatre in McMinnville, Ore. Clements, a sophomore majoring in theatre, played the lead role in the production. During the past two years at Linfield, the Louisiville High School graduate has participated in […]

Sheriff’s blotter Agoura Hills

Sheriff’s blotter Agoura Hills Between 7a.m. and 10 p.m. April 10, someone tried to break into a Conejo View dwelling. At 1:26 a.m. recently, deputies responded to a burglar alarm at a drugstore in the 5700 block of Kanan Road. They found a smashed glass panel, a cigarette display ransacked and two cartons of cigarettes that had been apparently stolen, […]

Cadillac’s Eldorado ceases production

Acorn Automotive Editor

As production of the Cadillac Eldorado wound down this week after nearly 50 years of production, so too winds down a rich, colorful chapter in Cadillac’s 100-year history. The last of 1,596 2002 Eldorados built to commemorate this event and to pay homage to the Eldorado’s place in automotive lore rolled off the assembly line Monday at the Lansing Craft […]

Oak Hills principal says goodbye, hello

Acorn Staff Writer

Oak Hills Elementary School Principal Tony Knight has a new job and new goals. He’s taught for seven years, assumed the responsibilities of principal for nearly 16 years and has helped Oak Hills earn recognition as a California Distinguished School in 1995 and 2000, and National Blue Ribbon status in 1992 and 2001. Last year, the school also received a […]

Students Can Now Enroll for Beginners’ Classes at Young at Art

Students Can Now Enroll for Beginners’ Classes at Young at Art Young at Art provides fine arts programs, workshops, crafts and in-school enrichment for all levels of aspiring artists, both children and adults. Through a step by step process students learn the basics of drawing, shading and color. After mastering these basic skills students are able to express their personal […]

‘Fun-raising’ ideas

‘Fun-raising’ ideas ALL IN GOOD TASTE—At right, 9-year-old Chad Goldberg competes in a pie eating contest during Yerba Buena Elementary School’s Country Fair at Chumash Park in Agoura Hills. The event last Saturday helped raise money for school activities. The parents at Oak Park High School in Oak Park sought donations in a different way. In order to raise money […]

Spiritual healer to give free lecture on ‘Spirituality and Joy’

Spiritual healer to give free lecture on ‘Spirituality and Joy’ Keith Wommack, a spiritual healer and teacher, will present a free talk on "Spirituality and Joy" at 2 p.m. on Sun., May 5 at the Thousand Oaks High School Performing Arts Center, 2323 N. Moorpark Road, Thousand Oaks. Wommack, who had a career in music for more than 10 years, […]

Let’s try to find a middle ground on Ahmanson that works for all

Let’s try to find a middle ground on Ahmanson that works for all I wanted to thank you for your editorial on the Ahmanson issue. It was practical and down to earth. The two sides seem polarized, the land is quite beautiful and historic (see www.ahmanson.com for details) and the bank certainly has a right to make a profit off […]