Agoura Hills office building is sold

Following its recent consolidation to Camarillo, Electronic Clearing House, Inc. (ECHO) has sold a three-story office building it formerly occupied in Agoura Hills to principals of FDSI Logistics, which will be relocating their headquarters from Encino. They plan a fall occupancy of the 14,306-sq.- ft. building at 28001 Dorothy Drive, Agoura Hills. About 30 people will be employed at the […]

Track and field athletes soar

By Steve Ames Special to The Acorn Ashlee Blunk, displaying reserved excitement, was content for a moment to lay in the pole vault pit and think about what had just happened. The Thousand Oaks High School junior had just won her event at a stadium record 10-feet-3 inches during the Ventura County Track and Field Championships at Moorpark last Friday. […]

Scouts to host Mom’s Day event

Boy Scout Troop No. 127 of Agoura Hills will host its 41st annual Mother’s Day Breakfast from 8:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Sun., May 9 at Malibou Lake Lodge, 29033 Lake Vista Drive, Agoura. The menu includes "all you can eat" ham and eggs, pancakes, orange juice, coffee, tea or milk. Door prizes donated by local merchants will be awarded […]

Democrats to meet in West Hills

Democrats to meet in West Hills If you are concerned about our country’s trillion-dollar deficit, nationwide cuts in educational programs, working families without health insurance, setbacks in efforts to clean our air and water, and the reasons our government went to war in Iraq, you can get involved with the Valley West Democratic Club, which has recently expanded its boundaries […]

For the record

The 6:30 p.m. Mon., May 10 meeting of the Oak Park Special Education Advisory Committee (SEAC), originally scheduled for Oak Park High School, will be conducted in the large meeting room at the Oak Park Library (on the south end of the OPHS campus).

Former Ventura County D.A.

to be honored

Former Ventura County D.A. to be honored The law firm of Weston, Benshoof, Rochefort, Rubalcava & MacCuish LLP has announced that Michael Bradbury, a partner in the firm’s Ventura County office, has been selected to receive the 2004 Woodruff J. Deem Medal of Justice from the Ventura County District Attorney. Bradbury served as Ventura County District Attorney for 24 years. […]

Agoura Hills City Council likes proposed ridgeline ordinance

The Agoura Hills City Council recently endorsed the proposed Santa Monica Mountains North Area Plan Grading and Significant Ridgeline Ordinance. The Santa Monica North Area Plan was passed in 2000 by the Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors. The North Area Plan offers guidelines for long-term development and follows a principle to let the land dictate the type and intensity […]

Students learn art of speech

For the record

Curtis Cohun, not Cohen, is a junior middle blocker for the Agoura boys’ volleyball team. He’s not a senior outside hitter. Erroneous information had been provided to The Acorn. (This isn’t the first time Cohun’s name was misspelled due to faulty information from the coaching staff.)

Learn about the world of Girl Scouting

The community is invited to learn about the world of Girl Scouting in an event from 6:30 to 7:30 p.m. Thurs., May 13 at Church of the Epiphany, 5450 Churchwood Drive, Oak Park. Girls ages 5 to 17 are welcome as are adults, who are needed as volunteers to assist with Scout programs. The recruitment night will provide an opportunity […]