2017-04-06 E-Edition

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This much fun shouldn’t be legal

REAL CROWD-PLEASER—Bruiser the dog greets Margot (Sam Rosenberg) and Serena (Tatum Krainman) during a March 23 rehearsal of the play “Legally Blonde” at the Calabasas High School Performing Arts Center. Critic Cary Ginell gives the show a round of applause in his Page 26 story inside.

Deputies ensure safe and secure disposal

Local gymnasts spring into action

All the men and women gymnasts from Monarchs National Gymnastics Training Center in Agoura Hills performed well at the Southern California championships March 17 to 19 and will be included on the roster that gets to take part in a regional competition later this month. Competing at the men’s So- Cal event in Aliso Viejo, level 5 team members Xavier […]

Pet of the week

CUDDLY CALICO— Cielo is an female calico domestic shorthair cat about 13 years old. She is a sweet girl. If you would like to adopt Cielo ask for ID No. A4617609 at the Agoura Hills Animal Shelter, 29525 Agoura Road. Occasionally pets have already been adopted, so check http://animalcare. lacounty.gov before visiting the shelter.

Reward offered in Calabasas bank heist

Gunmen rob B of A and Chase on Calabasas Road

The FBI and the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department are still trying to solve the recent robbery at Bank of America in Calabasas and are asking for the public’s help in identifying the two armed robbers who pulled off the job. The suspects, known as the County Line Bandits because they’ve operate near the border of Los Angeles and Ventura […]

From the river to the city

Water’s difficult, but safe journey important to locals

Turn on the tap and there it is: fresh water for drinking, bathing and garden use. Seems like a simple proposition, but the science, engineering and political will that it takes to keep fresh water flowing into Southern California doesn’t come easily. Interested to learn more, The Acorn joined 30 local community leaders, business owners and residents who have an […]

Busy teen sked in Agoura

The City of Agoura Hills will hold the following events for teens in April and during the summer. Teen Nights take place from 6:30 to 9 p.m. Fridays at the Agoura Garage at the Agoura Hills Recreation and Event Center, 29900 Ladyface Court. The next Teen Night will be April 14 with games and activities. Pre-registration is required. The cost […]

Bird feeders are nature’s perfect stage

It’s really something to watch an entire flock of red-winged blackbirds attempt to visit a small bird feeder simultaneously. The perching tray’s diameter is about the size of a dessert plate, with the lantern-shaped dispenser in the center. Openings at its base issue seed. The bird feeder, originally intended for use by sparrow-sized and smaller birds, was mounted atop a […]

New budget hits social services

Local Meals on Wheels targeted

A proposed funding reduction for the Department of Health and Human Services has sparked concerns among local nonprofits that funding could be cut for programs like Meals on Wheels, which helps feed seniors in need. The proposed reductions, unveiled last month by President Donald Trump’s Office of Management and Budget, call for a $15-billion cut, almost 18 percent, in the […]