2012-09-06 E-Edition

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Clean energy effort helps California

I was wondering why somebody from Los Angeles would write a letter to our local Acorn newspaper citing oil industryfunded studies which criticize efforts by Sen. Fran Pavley and others in our state to combat pollution and help increase vehicle fuel economy and energy savings. One is always skeptical of research done by those who have a financial interest. So […]

New Hospice of Conejo director is former T.O. chief of police

Keith Parks will replace Maria Prescott as CEO of nonprofit

An organization committed to serving patients and their loved ones during a critical transition in their lives, Hospice of the Conejo recently experienced a transition of its own. On Sept. 4 the nonprofit, which offers end-of-life hospice and grief support at no charge to residents across the East County, welcomed Keith Parks as its new executive director. Maria Prescott, the […]

Songs, ice cream and support

Cancer Support Community Valley/Ventura/Santa Barbara will host a family sing-along and ice cream social with musicians Beatrice Verdi and Phil Kuchinka from 5 to 7 p.m. Sun., Sept. 9 at 530 Hampshire Road, Westlake Village. This free event is for children and families affected by cancer. Guests can bring chairs and a picnic for music on the lawn. Attendees can […]

Westlake out to snag league title from T.O.

girls’ tennis report Marmonte League . Calabasas Coyotes feature solid squad; Agoura Chargers face adversity

Nobody needs a crystal ball to figure out what high school girls’ tennis teams will dominate the Marmonte League this fall. Thousand Oaks and Westlake are expected to duke it out for the Marmonte crown. According to coaches around the league, the Lancers hold a slight edge. “Thousand Oaks and Westlake are in a class of their own,” Simi Valley […]

Welcome to the school district

They drank the GOP Kool-Aid

By now most people know that Paul Ryan lied about almost everything during his convention speech, even blaming Obama for an auto plant that closed down in his home town in December of 2008 while Bush was still the president. We know that almost all undocumented loans took place between 2001 and 2006 when the economy began to collapse. Facts […]

T.O. police help to keep children safe

Croson named Coach of the Week

Touring guitarist makes hometown visit

Westlake Village’s Benise to end tour at Civic Arts Plaza

With his long, flowing locks, fit physique and penchant for body-hugging costumes, international music star Roni Benise looks like a cover model for a romantic novel. But his talent on the Spanish guitar is no work of fiction. On Tuesday, the celebrated entertainer who lives in Westlake Village will wrap up his national En Fuego tour with a performance at […]

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