2004-06-17

Special event to help children in need

Argentinean culture focus of Jewish Community Center event

The public is invited to discover Argentinean culture at a special event at 7:30 p.m. Sat., June 26 at Jewish Community Center (JCC) at Milken, 22622 Vanowen St., West Hills. The event will feature Tango singers and dancers, folk songs and ballet, and Argentinean snacks, drinks and desserts. The cost is $25. The event is cosponsored by the B’nai B’rith […]

Agoura Hills



A window to three business offices had $200 damage and $28,460 worth of computer equipment was stolen after a burglary between 2 and 11:30 a.m. May 31 in the 28000 block of Dorothy Drive. A possible suspect had been observed on May 27 asking questions, looking around and acting suspicious (possibly "casing" the business for a later break-in). He was […]

PET OF THE WEEK



Thunder storms rolls through tourney



Local stadiums get extreme makeover



By Kyle Jorrey Acorn Sports Writer Come football season, the defending California Interscholastic Federation (CIF) champion Westlake High Warriors might have some added bounce in their steps—at least on their home turf. Thanks to a joint effort by the city of Thousand Oaks and Conejo Valley Unified School District, renovations are currently underway to resurface the football fields at Thousand […]

East completes All-Star sweep with 7-1 victory



By Steve Ames Special to the Acorn Players, coaches and fans alike—especially those whose allegiance was to the East team—enjoyed an afternoon of baseball Sunday at Oxnard College’s Condor Field. After the East defeated the West team, 7-1, in the Jim Parker Ventura County All-Star Baseball Game, participants enjoyed a few moments to rejoice before heading home to begin their […]

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Story of the Week

Story of the Week Oscar Robertson while at the University of Cincinnati was the NCAA National Player of the Year three straight years: 1958, 1959 and 1960. He was the first three-time NCAA scoring leader. In but his 11th collegiate game in 1958, he set a Madison Square Garden collegiate game-high scoring record of 56 points against Seton Hall. So […]

East County All-Stars rough up the West, 31-6



By Kyle Jorrey Acorn Sports Writer It didn’t take long for visitors to last Saturday’s 31st annual Ventura County High School All-Star Football Game to figure out the offensive strategy of the East County team and its quarterback quartet of Bryan Walker (Agoura), Cody Holland (Moorpark), Chris Owens (Thousand Oaks) and Nolan McNair (Oak Park). Take the snap, drop back […]

AHS class of 2004



Stephanie Paula Abrams, Diba Adami, Anne Elizabeth Adams, Yarin Adi, David Lloyd Ahmadi, Ariana Kristina Ajir, Bryan Stephen Alaynick, Jaclyn Elizabeth Allen, Nicholas Irving Allen, Nicole Jacqueline Alsop, Gregory Forrest Altmann, Jamie Lee Anderbery, Kate Nicole Antoine, Megan Antoine, Amy C. Antonsen, Joshua Eli Arita, Gabrielle Antionette Armstrong, Tara Marie Ashton, Jonathan Paul Avnon, Justin Alan Avnon, Solana Reneé Azus, […]

Agoura High School graduates nearly 500 students



By Stephanie Bertholdo bertholdo@theacorn.com Elizabeth Ann Berry, 17, is among the 98 percent of Agoura High School graduates who will attend college next fall. Berry will go to Cal State University Chico, where she’ll study to become a physical therapist. She’s another part of the AHS legacy of academic excellence. The Agoura High School Class of 2004 was large—497 students—and […]