2005-02-16

Old Agoura’s second pipe bomb in two weeks



Local Cub Scouts do their duty



Local Cub Scouts do their duty

Magnetic attraction



2005 WATER POLO AND SOCCER PLAYOFF PREVIEW

Boys

Boys’ soccer Calabasas (17-4-4, 9-3-2)—Marmonte League, tied for third After a blazing finish to their regular season the Coyotes head into the postseason as possibly Div. II’s hottest team, peaking at the best possible time. Led by a shutdown defense that has recorded 15 shutouts on the season, the Coyotes won eight of their final 10 games, outscoring their opponents […]

‘Stoop’ lands at Madrid Theatre



The Madrid Theatre and Greatlife Productions will present the West Coast premiere of Jay Kholos’ off-Broadway musical hit, "A Stoop on Orchard Street," which takes the stage Fri., March 4 through Sun. April 3 at 21622 Sherman Way, Canoga Park. Hailed by some as the successor to "Fiddler on the Roof," the musical tells the poignant story of Jewish immigrant […]

Harrison, Devine don’t support cooperation



With the city of Calabasas elections coming on March 8, political posturing by Michael Harrison and Lesley Devine is at its peak. Their campaign rhetoric is opposite of their behavior and comments at city council meetings. The fact is that Michael Harrison and Lesley Devine are not willing to think on a community-wide level. There is a history of cooperation […]

Residents say library used for viewing pornography

Constitutional issues involved

By Lori Porter porter@theacorn.com Several Oak Park residents say they are outraged after discovering that two middle-aged male patrons of the Oak Park High School library frequently use the facility’s computer terminals to view pornographic websites. The residents, who asked to remain anonymous, say the men spend time each day at the library looking at electronic porn. One woman said […]

Craft store warms up America



Michaels arts and crafts store at 5780 Lindero Canyon Road in Westlake Village will be participating in the store chain’s bi-annual Warm-Up America project through Fri., Feb. 25. This community-supported activity helps charitable organizations with blankets made from knitted or crocheted squares that have been donated to the store. Over the last three years, Michaels customers across the U.S. and […]

Depression support group to offer new educational program



In January 2004 a depression support group was started at the Church of the Epiphany (COTE) in Oak Park. The COTE depression support group encourages participants to get professional care and it provides educational programs and support to help them obtain the full benefit from their treatment. Recently the group has become associated with the Depression and Bipolar Support Alliance […]

Teacher is nuts over squirrels



By Stephanie Bertholdo bertholdo@theacorn.com Third-graders at Viewpoint School, a private kindergarten through 12th grade campus in Calabasas, are going nuts over squirrels. Why? Jackie Traynor, an assistant teacher with Jean Terry’s third- grade class, can’t stop sharing her personal squirrel stories and photographs with her students. "You get hooked when you find out what little knuckleheads they are," Traynor said. […]


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