2004-11-11

Prop. 1A not a perfect solution for cities, officials say

Measure passes overwhelmingly

Prop. 1A not a perfect solution for cities, officials say By Stephanie Bertholdo bertholdo@theacorn.com Voters overwhelmingly supported Proposition 1A at the polls last week, while voting down Proposition 65, a similar but more Draconian measure. Prop. 1A received yes votes from 83.5 percent of the voters, compared to the 16.5 percent who voted no on the measure. Prop. 65 was […]

44 days ‘til Christmas



Reyes Adobe opens for tours



The city of Agoura hills has announced that the Reyes Adobe is now open for tours on the second Tuesday of each month from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. and the second Saturday from 1 to 4 p.m. Public, educational and group programs are available throughout the year and offer a variety of ways to discover our region’s unique legacy […]

Four health tips never change



Prevent cancer? Diabetes? Heart disease and stroke? It sounds too good to be true. But taking charge of your everyday choices can improve your health and help protect you from these leading causes of death in the United States. Working together, the American Cancer Society, American Diabetes Association and American Heart Association have identified four steps to take to reduce […]

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Marlon Bills, WR, Westlake: Caught TD passes of 21 and 45 yards and returned an interception 102 yards for the contest’s game-winning score. Hs fourth-quarter interception return for a TD showed just how fast this junior really is. His big moment saved the Warriors season and made Bills an overnight hero in Westlake. Mark Lawrence, WR, Agoura: Caught seven passes […]

Booklet advises parents on underage drinking



Research shows parents are the leading influencer in teens’ drinking decisions, and the good news is that there is a lot they can do to convince their teens to wait until they are 21. The consequences of illegal underage drinking can be serious. Teens who drink may be barred from high school athletic programs, lose scholarship money, have their driver’s […]

A salute to veterans



A salute to veterans Today is Veterans Day, an occasion that can unite all Americans, regardless of their political party or personal beliefs. If there’s one thing that we all can agree upon, it’s our admiration and respect for the brave men and women who are honorably serving the cause of freedom throughout the world and particularly in Afghanistan and […]

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Square to transform for holidays



In celebration of the holiday season, the Friends of Heritage Square will transform the turn-of-the-century houses in downtown Oxnard’s Heritage Square into a festive wonderland for the 11th annual Victorian House Tour from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Dec. 11 and 12. The theme for this year’s event is "holiday tastes and traditions," which offers food for thought through […]


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