Homecoming queen ranks high

Her list of awards, participation in student clubs and volunteer activities is so impressive that it comes as no surprise that 18year old Tiffany Hsiou, a 2005 graduate of Westlake High School, is on her way to UCLA in September. Among her accomplishments, Tiffany was crowned first runnerup in a little-known national competition, America’s Homecoming Queen, on July 19. The […]

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Agoura Hills A thief stole a generator and a jackhammer and other tools valued at $3,500 from a pickup truck parked at a construction site on Kanan Road between July 27 and 28. A scissor lift was stolen from a construction site in the 28800 block of Canwood Street. The lift, valued at $5,000, was recovered in tact one block […]

Equestrian connection is called into question

Robin Gensley Mitchell wrote in the June 30 Acorn that the Malibu Valley Farms Equestrian Center tied together nicely with the area’s equestrian heritage. She seems confused, however, about the distinction between the existing Malibu Valley Farms Equestrian Center and the proposed Malibu Valley Inn convention center. The horse facility already exists; the convention center, billed as the Malibu Valley […]

Mystery tree planter strikes again

We all known about Johnny Apple Seed, but he’s just a tall tale told to us in elementary school, right? Yet, someone has become Oak Park’s own Johnny Apple Seed by planting unauthorized oak trees in some of the community’s open space areas. According to Mike Enge, senior grounds maintenance supervisor with the Rancho Simi Recreation and Park District, the […]

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Married couple pastor two different churches

Two local ministers are married to each other but take care of two congregations of different Protestant denominations. “We have been lovingly disagreeing ever since we met,” said the Rev. Tim Delkeskamp. Their opinions may differ somewhat, but Chamie, a United Methodist, and Tim, a Lutheran, said they’re happy ministering to diverse Christian congregations. “We are not bored with each […]

Put Lowe’s to a vote

Why not let the voters decide what we want done with the remaining open space in Westlake Village? Mark Rutherford, Susan McSweeney and Robert Slavin are running for reelection. These are the same council members who will give you the inappropriate Dole monster, the Four Seasons Hotel complex, 180,000 square feet of office space and a 160-room Residence Inn. But […]

New furniture center provides revenue cushion

Neighboring cities may be flush with tax revenue from auto malls, big chain stores and shopping promenades, but Agoura Hills has taken another path to riches and may become the Conejo Valley’s furniture store Mecca. The Agoura Design Center, planned for the corner of Canwood St. and Derry Ave., will be the city’s largest retail project since it incorporated, according […]


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Center offers forgiveness workshop

The Calabasas Center of Dynamic Living, an all-denominational spiritual community, will host a “Workshop and Radical Forgiveness Ceremony” from 1 to 6 p.m. on Sun., Aug. 14 at the Country Inn Hotel, 23627 Calabasas Road, Calabasas. The worship will feature Colin Tipping, teacher, minister, counselor, hypnotherapist and author of “Radical Forgiveness.” He will teach techniques to forgive oneself and others […]

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