Agoura Hills City Council members team up on various committees

Koehler, Schwarz take assignments

The Agoura Hills City Council will tackle a variety of issues over the next year and, in preparation for the work ahead, the five council members have begun committee work. Mayor Denis Weber will serve on the city/schools partnership, finance committee, art in public places, law enforcement, city beautification, and the general plan advisory committee. Weber and Mayor Pro Tem […]

Happy birthday, Angelina!

Lee the new man in charge of Westlake baseball team

Former Newbury Park High head coach takes over for the departed Josh Eby

Mike Lee has taken the reins of the Westlake High baseball program, replacing Josh Eby. After three seasons as head coach, Eby resigned during the summer to become the dean of attendance at Newbury Park High. Eby’s ’05 Warriors were 13-15 overall, 8-7 in the Marmonte League. Lee, who served as head coach of the Newbury Park Panthers from 2001-03 […]

was preferred Says Christianity

One can argue rationally as to whether or not it is a good thing to keep church and state separate, but your statement that “last we checked, our country was founded on separation of church and state” is historically false. When this nation was founded, half of the states were supporting particular denominations of Christianity, either by proclamation or financial […]

Medical director chosen

Westlake Village resident Barry Thall has been appointed to the position of medical director of Los Robles Hospital and Medical Center in Thousand Oaks, effective Jan. 1. Board-certified in orthopedic surgery, Thall joined the medical staff of Los Robles Hospital in 1983 and opened his private practice that same year. His leadership roles throughout his association with Los Robles include […]

YMCA, Dole to host Healthy Families Day

The Triunfo YMCA and Dole will kick off the New Year with an event centered on healthy living. The Healthy Families Day, scheduled for Sat., Jan. 7 at Willow Elementary School in Agoura Hills, will feature pediatric health screenings, healthy snacks provided by Dole Foods, fitness and camp challenges and information on the YMCA’s summer camp and swimming lessons. The […]

Calabasas boys’ basketball squad finding success despite rash of injuries

Calabasas boys’ basketball head coach Russell White knows a five-week crusade for Marmonte League superiority looms on the horizon. Competing in this week’s Chaminade Christmas Classic should give the coach a decent indicator of exactly where his team stands heading into league play next month. “My early indication is it’s going to be a war,” White said. “(The Marmonte) probably […]

Thank you for reading us and helping us do our job

With New Year’s Eve but a couple of days away, it’s a great time to express our gratitude to the residents, businesses and organizations that make Conejo Valley such a wonderful place to live and work. Like many local businesses, the Acorn Newspapers is a family-operated company. We rely on the extraordinary help we get from you, our readers and […]

Las Virgenes School Board reorganizes

Cindy Iser replaced Gordon Whitehead as the president of the Las Virgenes Unified School District Board of Education during last week’s annual board reorganization meeting. Terilyn Finders will serve as vice president, and Pat Schulz will take the helm as clerk. Dave Moorman was sworn into office as the newest member of the board. Whitehead, who was absent due to […]

A regular karate kid

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