2014-02-13

Scouts invited to Shabbat



Temple Etz Chaim will celebrate Scout Shabbat during the Friday evening service at 7:30 p.m. Feb. 21 at the temple, 1080 E. Janss Road, Thousand Oaks. All Boy Scouts and Girl Scouts are invited to come in uniform and participate in the opening and closing ceremonies. Those who would like to be a part of the service in either English […]

Protect Chesebro



I have lived in Agoura Hills for 37 years. I have fought to protect this land from a prison, a huge school and other developments. At one time, it was a beautiful oak savanna teeming with wildlife. It is part of the only functional wildlife corridor in the Santa Monica National Park system. Then the chain saws started at 5:30 […]

Quilts for soldiers are sew right



Event to honor late David Brown of Calabasas



The public is invited to the dedication of the David M. Brown Overlook on Sat., March 1. All guests will be shuttled to the site from the King Gillette Ranch, 26800 W. Mulholland Hwy., Calabasas. Rangers and signs will direct guests to parking and shuttles. The shuttles will leave the ranch starting at 9:30 a.m. The last shuttle will depart […]

Great Race names sponsors



The Great Race of Agoura Hills announced its sponsorship lineup for the March 22 event. Since its inception, the race has donated more than $1.6 million to local schools, including $500,000 in the last five years, said organizer Danny Greenberg. Dole has renewed its agreement to serve as the title sponsor through 2016. The company has served in this capacity […]

Will U B Mine



Questions city’s action on parcel



In the January 16th edition of The Acorn regarding Chesebro Meadow, city manager Greg Ramirez demonstrated his mastery of doublespeak. Ramirez says, “ since the land was in litigation, posting a request for proposals was not a requirement.” But it was an option, wasn’t it? Was there some reason not to look for more bids by making this public? Oh, […]

KCLU wins



National Public Radio station KCLU in Thousand Oaks won six awards from two regional broadcast news organizations. It was the biggest winner among radio stations with five or fewer news staff members at the recent Radio & Television News Association of Southern California’s 64th annual awards ceremony. Broadcast newsrooms in a region stretching from San Luis Obispo and Bakersfield to […]

Shaved tresses help patients with stresses



Edison provides bright future