High School Highlights

Agoura Chargers Fri., Dec. 11: Winter pep rally/ 10 a.m. Winter jazz band concert/ Sumac Elementary School/7 p.m. Fall play/G building/7 p.m. Sat., Dec. 12: Fall play/G building/2 and 7 p.m. Tues., Dec. 15: PSAT score night/ G building/7 p.m. Wed., Dec. 16: Financial aid FAFSA presentation/7 p.m. Thurs., Dec. 17: Math finals Fri., Dec. 18: Math finals Comedy Sportz/G […]

Free nurse consultations

Residents of the Conejo Valley and surrounding communities can access free health information from registered nurses anytime day or night through Consult-ANurse, available through Los Robles Hospital and Medical Center. The service offers one-on-one answers to healthcare questions, physician referral information and event registration by calling (877) 888-5746. The nurses do not diagnose symptoms but help callers find the correct […]

Early holiday deadlines at Acorn

Both Acorn offices in Agoura Hills and Camarillo will close at noon on Fri., Dec. 11 because of our holiday party. Deadlines for the Acorn editions of Dec. 24 and 25 will advance 24 hours. Both the Thursday and Friday editions will be delivered on Christmas Eve., Thurs., Dec. 24. Letters to the editor, press releases and real estate advertising […]

Packages left on doorstep may be stolen

A local police department has recently received crime reports from people who have had their delivered packages stolen from the front of their homes. The thieves may be following UPS, FedEx or U.S. Postal Service delivery vehicles during their routes. Once the package has been delivered, the thief takes the items and the victim discovers that the package was taken […]

Sheriff’s Blotter

Agoura Hills A thief stole a $50 purse containing a $20 wallet with a driver’s license, Social Security number and bank cards from a car parked on Agoura Road Dec. 3. A resident on Mainmast reported they sold a car Nov. 1 and that someone used counterfeit money to pay for it. Someone caused $800 worth of damage to a […]

Update on vaccine eligibility

In an updated listing, the Ventura County Public Health Department announced the following groups of people as eligible to receive the H1N1 vaccine. •Children and young adults from ages 6 months to 24 years. •Caretakers and household contacts of infants less than 6 months old. •People age 25 through 64 who have high-risk medical conditions such as lung disease including […]

Surfin’ memories

“Is this place called Agoura?” Brian Wilson deadpanned at the outset of his 90-minute set last Thursday night at The Canyon, some 15 miles inland from his beloved California beach. Fronting 11 musicians that Paul McCartney has called “the best touring band in the world,” Wilson entertained a packed house by playing nearly every song he became famous for as […]

Musician writes holiday song for families with soldiers overseas

To bring a little holiday cheer to the men and women serving in the military, Hayley Kiyoko, a 2009 graduate of Agoura High School, co-wrote the song “Santa, Bring My Soldier Home” with her band, The Stunners. The Stunners, a five-girl band that released its first extended play CD on Oct. 20, wrote the heartfelt ballad as a tribute to […]

Pet of the Week

GENTLE GIRL— Colli, a female 8-year-old calico longhair cat, was surrendered by her owner. Colli can be adopted from the Agoura Animal Shelter at 29525 Agoura Road. To take Colli home, ask for ID No. A4061392. Occasionally pets have already been adopted, so please call (818) 991-0071 first or visit http:// animalcare.lacounty.gov/.

Hanukkah lights signal the holiday season

ILLUMINATE— Agoura Hills Mayor Bill Koehler lights the Hanukkah menorah at Agoura Hills City Hall on Tuesday along with Rabbi Moshe Bryski, left, Agoura Hills City Council members and students and faculty from Conejo Jewish Day School. Hanukkah begins tomorrow at sundown.

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