A recent letter to The Acorn regarding the costs of operating the region’s composting facility contained several misstatements that need to be addressed. The writer claimed that closing the facility would save $2 million per year, which is incorrect. Biosolids shipped from the area would still need to undergo two stages of local treatment prior to shipment elsewhere and those […]
It’s night. Good Guy is fast asleep in bed, unshakable. Outside, Bad Guy is armed, dangerous. He breaks into Good Guy’s house. If only Good Guy could hear Bad Guy down the hall, he could reach into his end table for that pistol and defend himself. But Bad Guy enters Good Guy’s bedroom. He raises his weapon, aims it at […]
The nonprofit Thousand Oaks Philharmonic will showcase six young musicians in its upcoming Opus 34 concert at 7:30 p.m. Fri., July 6 at the Camarillo United Methodist Church, 291 Anacapa Drive. The concert will be repeated at 2:30 p.m. Sun., July 8 at the Thousand Oaks Civic Arts Plaza Scherr Forum Theater, 2100 E. Thousand Oaks Blvd. Conducted by Dr. […]
GREAT START—Agoura High freshman Josh Matz displays the trophy naming him Principal’s Scholar Athlete in recognitaion of academic excellence while participating in varsity golf. Matz was also awarded the MVP trophy, decided by his peers. Josh maintained a 3.7 GPA for the year.
I am a devoted reader of The Acorn every Thursday. It is always filled with great information about our community. I was very interested in the new park service visitor center at King Gillette Ranch and I’m thrilled that it is now open for the public to use. Although you were very gracious when talking about the ribbon cutting and […]
Coaching youth baseball is a task usually taken upon by a proud father, but when no one stepped up to the plate for the Agoura PONY Baseball Shetland Rockies national team this year, mom Mary Ann Lovegren decided to take matters into her own hands. Lovegren, a wife and mother of two who lives in Agoura Hills and runs her […]