Early deadlines coming for Acorn

Mon., Sept. 6 is Labor Day, which will require early deadlines for the Sept. 9 and 10 editions of the Acorn Newspapers. Editorial items (including Letters to the Editor) must be received by noon Thurs., Sept. 2 for the Sept. 9 and 10 editions. The real estate advertising deadline is also noon Sept. 2 for the following week’s editions. Display […]

Agoura High School almost completely beautified

By Stephanie Bertholdo bertholdo@theacorn.com Agoura High School (AHS) is looking better than ever. After five years of beautification, Keith Thomas, AHS plant manager, and parent volunteers and chief fundraisers Sandy Thomas (no relation to Keith) and Nancy Baldino are proud of the improved appearance. When students return to school next week, they’ll enter a campus transformed. Although the metamorphosis has […]

CLU to host orientation for incoming freshmen

The Student Activities Office at California Lutheran University in Thousand Oaks will host its new student orientation program from Sat., Aug. 28 through Tues., Aug. 31. CLU is expecting the largest freshman class ever, about 440 students. Also arriving will be more than 170 transfer students and 25 new international students. Undergraduate fall semester classes begin Wed., Sept. 1. New […]

Having learned to walk, they’ll now dance

Bush, Cheney are hypocrites

Bush, Cheney are hypocrites Democrat John Kerry is being attacked by a group of Vietnam veterans who see him as a turncoat because, when he returned to the states from his combat duty, he spoke out against the war. These men, who never served with him and who are partisan Republicans, say his medals were not properly earned and his […]