2005-05-18

New chapter for CHS library



National Hospital Week celebrated



Agoura Hills



A thief stole a wallet with Social Security card, driver’s license and credit cards from a purse at bar on Agoura Road. The incident occurred at about 3 a.m. on May 7. Vandals broke into two cars parked on Thousand Oaks Boulevard on May 12, stealing a speaker, a radio, a CD player, a spare tire and more. The vehicles […]

Spin doctors are still operating



The spin doctors are working all right! Dan Feldman says Old Agoura residents are hypocrites who say "they will drive on our roads." The truth is that Old Agoura already hosts more school, recreational and other traffic than any other community in Agoura. He says Heschel has offered to make road improvements. "Improvements" is a way of saying widening roads, […]

Students learn about the Holocaust firsthand

Painful memories

Students learn about the Holocaust firsthand By Sophia Fischer sfischer@theacorn.com It’s been 60 years since Manny Fischman, of Newbury Park, was a prisoner in the Nazi concentration camps, but his memories of the cold, hunger and suffering are still fresh. Fischman, 75, was one of several Holocaust survivors who spoke last week to students in Nomie Azoff’s Judaica Studies program […]

THURS., MAY 19



Chamber Mixer Agoura/Oak Park/Conejo Valley Chamber of Commerce hosts a networking mixer at 5:30 p.m. at Cisco’s Restaurant, 1712 Avenida de Los Arboles, Thousand Oaks featuring food and door prizes. (818) 889-3150 Learn Bonsai Lore Dennis Roche will give a demonstration at the 7:30 p.m. meeting of the Conejo Valley Bonsai Society at Commercial Capital Bank, 973 S. Westlake Blvd., […]

Stronger at the Broken Places



During the last few weeks many people I’ve talked with seem to have incredible problems. A question I get often is "where is God in all this?" In developing a strategy to deal with this pain, we need to first of all establish one clear fact: everyone suffers! The world we are told about in fairy tales, where people marry […]

Tell the truth about Heschel



Tell the truth about Heschel Just once I’d like to see the Old Agoura Homeowners Association (OAHA) tell the truth about Heschel West. Instead, we and the Old Agoura residents themselves continue to hear distortions and hyperbole about a project that is widely supported by the broader community that makes up the Conejo Valley. Why do they keep insisting that […]

U.S. Cavalry exhibit rides into town

At Reagan Library

A new exhibit at the Ronald Reagan Presidential Library and Museum will examine military leadership in the cavalry, including five U.S. presidents who served in the mounted service (Andrew Jackson, James Polk, Abraham Lincoln, Theodore Roosevelt and Ronald Reagan) and other U.S. military officers who were cavalrymen, including Robert E. Lee, George Custer and George Patton, Jr. An interactive discovery […]

SUN., MAY 22



Carnival Helps Kids The sixth annual Kids Walking for Kids Carnival, created by Agoura High freshman Jenny Tannenbaum raises funds for Variety-The Children’s Charity, which helps children in need. It will be presented from 11:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. at Willow Elementary School, 29026 Laro Drive, Agoura Hills and features carnival games, inflatables, prizes, silent auction, raffles, music by Hart […]


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