2003-10-02

State park is site of Acorn Festival



Healthy advice about seafood, mercury

Louisiana Seafood Board

Health experts highly recommend eating fish and seafood: sources of lean, nutritious, quality protein. However, they disagree when it comes to fish and safe levels of mercury. Their advice may sometimes be confusing. The following questions and answers are provided in hopes of helping fish lovers simplify things. Is there a health risk to the general public linked to eating […]

Panthers beat Westlake in water polo, 14-7, both remain optimistic

Acorn Sports Writer

The Newbury Park boys’ water polo team defeated Westlake, 14-7, in a match held at the Westlake High School pool last Friday afternoon. The Panthers were paced by Billy Doherty, a junior, and Robbie Bauer, a senior, who each had four goals, and Dan Carson, a senior, who scored three, while also getting a goal each from sophomore Kyle Ripley, […]

St. Paul Lutheran announces services



Sunday worship times are at 9 and 10:30 a.m. at St. Paul Lutheran Church, 30600 Thousand Oaks Blvd., Agoura Hills. Pastor Mark Schaefer leads worship. The October-November sermon titles reflect the "40 Days of Purpose" theme: Oct. 5 (Your Life Has Purpose); Oct. 12 (What on Earth am I Here For?); Oct. 19 (You Were Planned for God’s Pleasure); Oct. […]

Recommends Edelston, Soteras



I want to take this opportunity to recap some of the things I’m most proud of in my years on the council and then to urge you to vote for individuals that share my commitments and vision and that I think will help make a difference to our quality of life in our community. I fought as a member of […]

UCLA student runs for school board



By Stephanie Bertholdo Acorn Staff Writer Dylan Loewe, 20, belies his age; he has a rich background in education and politics. Loewe is running for one of the two school board seats in Las Virgenes Unified School District, challenging incumbents Terilyn Finders and Pat Schultz, both of whom are seeking second terms in the Nov. 4 election. A UCLA student […]

Actor’s effort benefits Dystonia Foundation



Actor Kirk Cameron will be the featured speaker at the Fall Fantasy Luncheon for Dystonia on Sun., Nov. 9 at the Warner Center Marriott, 21850 Oxnard St., Woodland Hills. Cameron and his wife, Chelsea Noble, are spokespersons for the Dystonia Medical Research Foundation. Sponsored by the Valley Dystonia Support Group, the event’s activities will begin with a boutique, raffle and […]

Chargers, Eagles, Lions remain unbeaten in football



The Agoura football team defeated Rio Mesa, 25-0, a week ago, scoring one touchdown in each quarter, as senior quarterback Bryan Walker threw three touchdown passes and senior running back Kyle Heath ran for another TD. The Chargers improved to 3-0 on the season as Walker passed for 212 yards on 10-20 passing. A week earlier Walker had gone 11 […]

Husband and wife pastor team honored by seminary



Husband and wife team, the Rev. Margaret (Peg) Schultz-Akerson and the Rev. Reginald (Reg) Schultz-Akerson, were presented the President’s Award by Pacific Lutheran Theological Seminary (PLTS) during their Founder’s Day event on Sept. 24. The Rev. Reg Schultz-Akerson serves as assistant to the president for Church Relations at California Lutheran University in Thousand Oaks. He’s been a member of the […]

Likes Soteras



Being blessed with having four children and eight grandchildren living in Agoura Hills, I felt it appropriate to write about why I endorse Alex Soteras for Agoura Hills City Council. Alex has always been against developing Ahmanson Ranch even though on many occasions Ahmanson came to Alex, as the president of the Agoura Hills Chamber of Commerce, and pleaded for […]


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