Lost Hills to host open house

Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department’s Malibu/Lost Hills Sheriff’s Station will host an Open House from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Sat., Nov. 2 at 27050 Agoura Road, Agoura. The event provides the community an opportunity to learn about local public safety, and families are encouraged to attend as children will enjoy many of the displays and demonstrations from numerous Sheriff’s […]

Free Church

The Evangelical Free Church of the Conejo Valley invites the community to its fifth annual Harvest Carnival from 5 to 8 p.m. Thurs., Oct. 31 at 999 Rancho Conejo Blvd., Newbury Park. The event will feature trunk or treat, free candy, activities including cake walk, costume parade, food, live music, Jolly Jumps and more. Admission is free. For more information, […]

For the record

Diane Haupt manages the Book Cellar in the Agoura Hills Library––she isn’t just a volunteer. Stringed instruments use bows, not boughs. We used the wrong word in a story about New West Symphony last week.

Coyotes lose at home vs. Thousand Oaks

Special to The Acorn

Coyotes lose at home vs. Thousand Oaks By Steve Ames Special to The Acorn The Thousand Oaks High School football team wants to give the visiting Moorpark Musketeers their first loss of the season and Calabasas is shooting for a first-ever Marmonte League victory when the Coyotes play host to the Simi Valley Pioneers. Both games kick off at 7 […]

Food Thyme


We’ve all been scared of something at one point. Maybe it was the bump you swore you heard in the middle of the night, or that mysterious telephone caller who doesn’t respond to your repeated hellos…or in our case, the soufflé that falls flat on its face minutes before eight of our best guests are told to await our grand […]

We need Jeri Fox on the school board

We need Jeri Fox on the school board We need Jeri Fox on the Oak Park School Board. Like us, but apparently unlike any of the current school board members, Fox has a child in our schools. It would be comforting to our family and many other families knowing we have Fox representing the interests of, and communicating to, the […]

Golf tourney raises funds for Discovery

The Discovery Center for Science & Technology, a new interactive museum being developed in the heart of the 101 High Tech corridor, recently was presented a $25,000 donation by Bob Majorino, owner of Prudential California Realty and a member of the board of directors of the Discovery Center. The funds were raised through the Prudential Golf Classic played last August […]

Dressing up for autumn

Soteras appointed to new

United Chambers
of Commerce post

United Chambers of Commerce post The United Chambers of Commerce has appointed Alex Soteras director of the North West Area Chambers of Commerce. Soteras, who’s president of the Agoura/Oak Park/Las Virgenes Chambers will oversee the Encino, Woodland Hills, Calabasas and Agoura chambers. "Alex has shown great leadership in turning around the Agoura Chamber and is a great choice to rejuvenate […]

Former Westlake football trainer, Medders, now looks towards college

Acorn Sports Writer

Bryan Medders was born with proximal femoral focal dysplacia (PFFD), a rare disorder that prevented the formation of bones, including the pelvis, femurs and ulna bones. "It basically means the missing of joints and missing of bones," Medders explained. Because of PFFD, Medders is only 4-foot-5 and he has only two fingers on each hand. That hasn’t kept him from […]