2010-04-29

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Marmonte swim finals right around the corner



Sings their praises



When I chose “A Chorus Line” for the spring musical this year at Agoura High, it was with the best intentions and highest hopes that the students and the audiences would love it as much as I do. I saw it 13 times on Broadway in the 1970s. Then, with fingers crossed, I announced that we would be doing the […]

Celebrating the Calabasas rancho history



Science teachers go high tech



Family fun day in tune with classic cars



Radke tosses no-hitter for O.C.



Oaks Christian junior pitcher Travis Radke threw a no-hitter during last Friday’s 10-0 home victory against Fillmore. Radke struck out 13, walked one and hit a batter during the dazzling display on the mound. The Lions’ fireballer entered the week with a 5-1 record and 2.91 earned-run average in 45 2/3 innings pitched. Oaks Christian played host to Malibu on […]

County pensions not out of line



According to the 2009 Ventura County grand jury report you referenced in the opinion section of the April 22 Acorn , pensions have increased for general employees from $1,195 in 1998 to $2,013 in 2008. Are you seriously alleging that general employees in Ventura County are being overcompensated by getting an average of $2,013 monthly for retirement compensation? In Southern California? […]

The anatomy of anger



“Speak when you are angry and you will make the best speech you will ever regret.” — Ambrose Bierce Over the years I have become an avid student of energy and how it moves. What I have discovered is that as human beings, not only do we consist of pure energy, we are also conduits through which it flows. Once […]

Foundation welcomes 5 new trustees



Five new trustees have been selected to serve on the board of the Conejo Valley/Las Virgenes Future Foundation, executive director Karen Malatesta announced. The new trustees bring a “wealth of experience and expertise to the organization,” Malatesta said. Tom Mitze, director of the Department of Community and Cultural Services for the city of Thousand Oaks who also serves as executive […]


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