By Lori Porter Acorn Staff Writer Youth Congress XIX presented a seminar titled, "Stress Stinks, What Works?" at a Conejo/Las Virgenes Future Foundation (CLVFF) event in the Agoura Hills/Calabasas Community Center on last Saturday morning to explore the effect of stress on contemporary teenagers. This year’s Youth Congress Planning Committee was led by chair Cary Tan of Oak Park High […]
Bay Laurel Elementary School will present its annual carnival and silent auction from 10:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. Sun., April 6 on the school campus at 24740 Paseo Primario, Calabasas. The carnival will feature rides for all ages, game booths, arts and crafts and a "fabulous selection of food" according to organizers. Among items up for bid at the silent […]
Professional and business services and healthcare hold the most promise for creating new jobs, according to a new report by the Ventura County Workforce Investment Board (WIB) in conjunction with the California Labor Market Information Division of the Employment Development Department. These findings were published in the new 2002-2003 Ventura County Occupational Outlook Report. Compiled from in-depth interviews and 414 […]
Agoura Hills The loss was $620 after a purse and its contents were stolen from an unlocked van between 4 and 5 p.m. March 18 from a school parking lot in the 5900 block of Rustling Oaks Drive. A cat was stolen from the Agoura Animal Shelter between 4:30 and 9:30 p.m. March 21. The cat was an "unfixed" domestic […]
Galpin Motors Van Nuys, the No. 1 volume Ford dealer in the world, will debut the two latest high-performance vehicles from Roush Performance–the limited edition Jack Roush Classic Mustang and the Roush Boyd Coddington California Roadster. Jack Roush and legendary hot rod creator Boyd Coddington will both be on hand for a special autograph session. Free and open to the […]
Brandon Young, the music teacher at Agoura High School, hasn’t been fired. His one-year contract isn’t being renewed. Jan Saltsman’s name was misspelled in last week’s edition. She’s the principal of Heschel West.
Hidden somewhere in the Conejo Valley is the CVD rabbit medallion. The person who finds it will win $1,000 (if they possess an official hunting license) or $500 if not. Clues as to the medallion’s hiding place will be given every week. They will be announced on 92.7 Lite FM each Thursday and Saturday morning between 8 and 9 a.m. […]
A cast of 70 Lindero Canyon Middle School students will perform a spring musical production of "Oklahoma!" from Wed., Thurs. and Fri., April 9, 10 and 11, in the Forum Theater at the Thousand Oaks Civic Arts Plaza. The play is being directed by Mayme Paul-Thompson. Tickets may be purchased through the school office at (818) 889-2134.
Oblivious to gas prices Los Angeles area drivers are some of the first to see a Ford GT in public. Due to be available later this year as part of Ford’s 100th Aniversary celebration, the Ford GT based on the ’60s sports car icon is being tested on local roads. Part of the test routine that can last weeks is […]