Westlake law office greeted

The Agoura Chamber of Commerce will host a ribboncutting for the law offices of Roy Huntsman from 5 to 6 p.m. Thurs., Nov. 8 at 5743 Corsa Ave., Ste. 218, Westlake Village. The wine and cheese reception will be hosted by Denise Gula of Westlake Wines. To RSVP, call (818) 7076077.

Carpenter pushing all the right buttons for 8-0 ASU

RUDY RISING- Former Newbury Park and Westlake quarterback Rudy Carpenter has 1,949 yards and 17 touchdowns this season at Arizona State. The No. 4 Sun Devils (8-0) travel to play No. 5 Oregon (7-1) Saturday at 6:40 p.m.

Determine your election priorities

Who should I vote for? First, what are your goals? Are you angry about issues in the city? If so, then you might want to vote for a candidate angry about the same issues, and that will pursue them. Are you happy with things the way they are? If so, then you might want to vote for those that will […]

This Home Has Upgraded Tile Flooring On First Level, And Neutral Carpeting On Second Level

This Thousand Oaks townhome has 3bedrooms and 2bathrooms and is approximately 1,200 square foot per tax assessor. There is a light and open floorplan and it was built in 1985. This home has upgraded tile flooring on first level, and neutral carpeting on second level. There is an elegant living room and a spacious formal dining area. The remodeled kitchen […]


•Last week’s letter by David Catlin of Westlake Village was incorrectly edited to say $750 million in Lowe’s tax revenue is now going elsewhere. The correct figure is $750,000. •The feature about the Rev. Bob Bjerkaas incorrectly identified Maryland as the Bay State (Massachusetts). Maryland is known as the Old Line State. •The International Baccalaureate Program being proposed for Agoura […]

Scientist will discuss Martian landscape

The Ventura County Astronomical Society will hold its monthly membership meeting at 7:30 p.m. Fri., Nov. 16 in the multipurpose room at Mesa Union School, 3901 Mesa School Road, Somis. Bruce Banerdt, a planetary geophysicist, will discuss “Prospecting for Water on Mars with Spirit and Opportunity,” concerning evidence found by the Mars rovers that indicate there was water on the […]

New West Symphony’s Music Van stops at Yerba Buena school

TOOTING THEIR OWN HORN- Jeffery King and Micah Moss take part in the New West Symphony’s Music Van program, a series of enrichment classes that allow children in grades 3 through 5 to learn musical skills.

Choir members earn honors

Seven Oak Park High School choir students have been chosen for Regional Honors Choir. Alexandra Corley, Francesca Corley, Andrew Karl, Kelli Kay, Rebecca Fondiler, Laura Miller, and Michael Potter were among the 600 students from the Southern California region who auditioned this year for the honors choir. The seven students attended a rehearsal with the AllState Regional Choir winners on […]

One and done in Oxnard

Westlake, Agoura and Oaks Christian girls' golf teams can't advance at CIF divisional

Six area teams from the Marmonte and Tri-Valley leagues entered Monday’s CIF-Southern Section Girls’ Golf Northern Team Divisional at River Ridge Golf Club in Oxnard. Only one survived. With a total team score of 438, La Reina High, who tied for first place in the Tri-Valley League with Oaks Christian during the regular season, earned the fourth and final qualifying […]

Stolen signs mar Westlake election

I read with disgust the front page story in The Acorn concerning accusations that some individuals are stealing campaign signs to influence the upcoming Westlake City Council election. I too placed signs endorsing Ned Davis and Philippa Klessig, candidates for those very same positions previously discussed. They also were soon missing. Did some phantom swoop in and take all of […]

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