2018-05-24

Help with water

As a long-time Oak Park resident who loves this area for its natural beauty in spite of our water-challenged climate, I am really dismayed to see that while many SoCal communities have restarted their rebate programs for lawn replacement, Oak Park Water Service is one of the few utilities not taking advantage of this new funding from the Metropolitan Water […]

From refugee to running coach

The City of Agoura Hills Department of Community Services will host a free presentation titled “Run for Fun: Pete Petersons” from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. Thurs., May 31 at the Agoura Hills Recreation and Event Center, 29900 Ladyface Court. Petersons is a World War II refugee from war-torn Eastern Europe who later immigrated to America and became active in coaching […]

Guide dogs serve as ‘eyes’ to blind

Trained pups
ready for their new owners

Area families who opened their homes and hearts as volunteer puppy raisers for Guide Dogs of America (GDA) saw their animals graduate as qualified working guide dogs during a ceremony last Saturday at the school’s Sylmar campus. The organization presented seven working teams to family, friends and the community, including Arlo, a Labrador retriever that was raised by Larry and […]

Coyotes are dialed in

2018-05-24 E-Edition

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Oak Park needs to step up

My wife and I have lived in Oak Park for over 50 years. In that time there have been numerous ways that Oak Park residents have shown their compassion for those in need. However, on National Food Day, we noticed very few bags of food out for the mail carriers to pick up. The post office provided bags for the […]

Not too sweet and not too dry

Convectional Wisdom

Are you royal wedding’d out? I myself didn’t watch the nuptials, but nearly 30 million Americans tuned in to witness Prince Harry and Meghan Markle tie the knot May 19 at Windsor Castle. I suppose I get the appeal, with the new Duchess of Sussex being an American and all. But is it just me, or was some of that […]

Everyone loves The Acorn

Giant steps

Local stars surge
into Masters meet


Meghan Markle is now the Duchess of Sussex after marrying a fancy lad. Big whoop. De’Anna Nowling is the Queen of Sprints. Nowling, a Calabasas High junior, dashed her way to three gold medals at last weekend’s CIF-Southern Section Division 2 Track and Field finals. The Coyote captured first place in the 100- and 200-meter sprints, and helped the Coyotes […]

In defense of the park rangers

In your May 18 Acorn letters Mike Schwieger a former Rancho Simi park ranger and a retired LAPD veteran, made some pertty nasty remarks about the rangers. Schwieger quit the ranger program in 2010 after his position was downgraded to part time. Probably a disgruntled employee at the time, he went on a campaign to discredit and attack the park […]


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