Misunderstandings on both sides cloud the facts about Oak Creek

By Stephanie Bertholdo Acorn Staff Writer The $80 million Oak Creek project on Canwood Street in Agoura Hills continues to spark debate between Agoura Hills residents, city council candidates and Las Virgenes Unified School District officials. Among the controversial issues that continue to plague the project is the projected number of students who’ll enroll in the already crowded school district. […]

Girl Scouts fight juvenile diabetes

Westlake girls beaten by Panthers in volleyball

Acorn Sports Writer

For the first time in his three years as Westlake head girls’ volleyball coach, Doug Magorien lost a Marmonte League match when Newbury Park defeated his Warriors three games to one when the two teams met at Westlake last week. The Panthers defeated Westlake 25-16, 25-19, 16-25, 25-22. Brynn Cameron led Newbury Park with 18 kills and three blocks, while […]

Local rock bands sought for teen concert

The Thousand Oaks Youth Commission is currently looking for four local bands to perform 30 minutes each of original music at the fourth annual "Rock the Oaks" concert scheduled for 7:30 p.m. on Feb. 20 in the Scherr Forum Theatre at the Thousand Oaks Civic Arts Plaza. All musical styles/genres will be considered, and there are no age limitations. Information […]

Loewe endorsed for Las Virgenes school board

As the founder of the Calabasas Education Commission and the creator of the Calabasas Education Fund, I would like everyone to know how excited I am that Dylan Loewe is running for the school board of the Las Virgenes Unified School District. Dylan is a leader in the truest sense, and he will bring collaborative leadership and aggressive oversight to […]

$20,000 in video equipment stolen in Calabasas

During the night of Tues., Sept. 23, about $20,000 in video equipment was stolen from Calabasas City Hall. City council members were the last people to leave the building that Tuesday night, aside from the cleaning crew, and everything seemed to be fine when the meeting concluded, according to Calabasas Mayor James Bozajian. The first evidence of the burglary was […]

Red Cross to provide free flu shots for seniors

The American Red Cross of Greater Los Angeles will administer free flu vaccines to senior citizens at selected sites from Oct. 20 through Dec. 3. This service is provided in partnership with the Los Angeles County Department of Health Services. Red Cross nurses will administer a vaccine designed to protect against what are considered the three most expected strains. To […]

Calabasas defeats Agoura in volleyball

Acorn Sports Writer

The Calabasas girls’ volleyball team defeated Agoura in three straight games, 25-19, 25-16 and 25-11 in a Marmonte League match played at Agoura last week. The Coyotes’ head coach Charlie Gage, in his eighth year at the helm, and first-year Charger coach Melissa Fabulich, spoke with The Acorn about their respective teams. "So far so good," said Cage when asked […]

Discover new treasures at Autry Museum

The Autry Museum of Western Heritage will present "Glorious Treasures: 100 Years of Collecting by the Southwest Museum" from Oct. 11 through July 4, 2004. This exhibition, highlighting portions of the Southwest Museum collection, will premiere in the Showcase Gallery on Sat., Oct. 11. The display will feature objects collected since the Southwest Society made its initial acquisitions in 1904. […]

Men’s group story plays with fire

Uh oh, watch out, Mr. Wayne Levine. The article about your men-only organization will surely incur the wrath of the feminists. Your Sept. 18 Acorn interview was a blazing incitement for them to stampede out to your premises, their trusty hedge-type clippers in hand, to snip off any outrageous signs of self-determination and/or dignity from you slathering beasts, otherwise known […]

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