It sure looks like El Nino to us

For the record

Due to faulty information from a source and a typographical error, a name was misspelled in last week’s issue. We apologize for the incorrect spelling of Evann Markell. She’s a student at Sumac Elementary School.

Surf Cup champions

Modern troubadour

Cardinal Mahoney speaks out

Cardinal Mahoney speaks out Cardinal Bernard Law’s resignation as Archbishop of Boston gives us pause to reflect upon the extraordinarily difficult and painful year 2002 has been for all the Catholic faithful across the nation. We have heard appalling stories of trust betrayed and innocence lost through the sinful and criminal actions of some priests. Let us continue to pray […]

Lost Hills Sheriff’s Station nails three for car break-ins, loot found

By John Loesing Acorn Staff Writer The Lost Hills Sheriff Station recovered thousands of dollars of stolen property by cracking a major car burglary ring that affected residents from Agoura Hills to the San Fernando Valley. Deputies arrested a man and two women in connection with more than 75 automobile break-ins dating back at least a year. Lynn Houston, a […]

This Health Club is Big on Service and

Individualized Attentiom

This Health Club is Big on Service and Designed for the busy corporate executive or the run-around mom, Stay Fit Health Club in Calabasas has everything one needs for a quality workout—except long lines and malfunctioning equipment. Sign up is easy, and there are no long-term contracts required and no initiation fees. Members may choose a month-to-month option or pay […]

Alliance for the Arts makes annual grants

The Alliance for the Arts, the official nonprofit fundraising arm of the Thousand Oaks Civic Arts Plaza, announced recently that 38 local arts groups have been awarded $141,500 in grants through the Alliance’s Programming and Allocations committee chaired by Virginia Davis. "We are extremely proud that the Angels of the Alliance, our most prominent fundraising guild, was able to contribute […]

Pet of the Week

Bethlehem comes to Westlake Village