2014-05-29

2014-05-29 E-Edition

The terror and the tears



Sheriff’s Blotter



Calabasas Someone caused $1,000 in damage shattering the window of a business in the 26700 block of Malibu Hills Road May 15. Hidden Hills A person stole a wallet and damaged the door handle and window mechanism of a car parked in the 5100 block of Round Meadow Road May 16. Westlake Village A vandal caused $100 in damage puncturing […]

New salon in WLV is stylin’



Beautique is a new salon opening Sun., June 1 at 2839 Agoura Road, Ste. No 7 at the Regency Salon Suites in Westlake Village. Owner, local resident and esthetician, Katie Crecion began her career as a makeup artist in 1995. She is originally from Los Angeles and graduated from Seattle Pacific University with a degree in communications. She started a […]

High-schoolers do well in Solar Cup competition



Three local high schools earned honors at the annual Solar CupTM competition held near Temecula at Lake Skinner from May 16 through 19. Forty schools competed in the nation’s largest solar boat competition, sponsored by the Metropolitan Water District of Southern California. Calabasas High School and Camp David Gonzales were sponsored by Las Virgenes Municipal Water District. Calleguas Water District […]

Hindu foundation honors teachers



The Hindu Education Foundation’s Los Angeles chapter presented a Teachers Appreciation Day on May 10 in Simi Valley. Teachers from the Simi Valley, Moorpark, Conejo Valley and Oak Park school districts were recognized during this event. Around 100 participants attended. Teacher Appreciation Week is celebrated in the U.S. during first full week of May. This year, the HEF LA chapter […]

A troubled life leads to ‘day of retribution’



Authorities painted the picture of a deeply troubled soul, a 22-year-old man who had been plotting revenge against society for several months and even posted an online video warning what he was about to do just hours before his deadly crime. The parents of Elliot Rodger reportedly were on their way to Santa Barbara to meet with their son and […]

Draw dad for Father’s Day



Sun., June 15 is Father’s Day, and The Acorn is inviting all kids to take out pen, pencil or crayon and draw a picture of dear old Dad. Using the template in the ad on page 20, draw a picture of what your father looks like and mail it to the address on page 6. You can also scan your […]

Flying Squirrel



Fastpass to Disneyland Do you remember when Disneyland ticket prices were under $20? That would’ve been way back in the 1980s. If you’d visited Disneyland as a kid in those days, you paid between $10.75 and $21.50 for admission. Today, if your kids or grandkids want to go to the “Happiest Place on Earth,” it’ll cost more. Way more. Disneyland […]

WAGS team is a weekend wonder




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