2018-08-23

Understand the facts

I am compelled to respond to two letters published in The Acorn related to the wildlife crossing planned for the Liberty Canyon area, and another protecting our mountain lions and livestock. First, understanding the project of building a wildlife bridge will become clearer by checking the website #SaveLACougars.org. You will learn that no taxpayer money or government funding will be […]

BRIEFS

Get out and love the ocean The Conejo Valley Unitarian Universalist Fellowship will host a “Love Our Oceans” presentation from noon to 2 p.m. Sat., Sept. 1 at 3327 Old Conejo Road, Newbury Park. The event is an interactive family activity for all ages aimed at building support for September’s Coastal Cleanup Day. The public is invited. Organized by the […]

A healthy spirituality

Group combines exercise with belief


Monique Reynolds lived a sedentary lifestyle in the year following her breast cancer diagnosis as she underwent chemotherapy and five surgeries, including a double mastectomy. As the Newbury Park mother of two began to recover from her medical ordeal, she knew she needed to address her general well-being. She liked the idea of a faith-based fitness group, so she joined […]

The stars have aligned

Five seniors and special rookie class intend to lead Lions to glory on greens



The stars have aligned for Oaks Christian High’s girls’ golf team. Five seniors, including co-captains Gabriella Gonzalez and Alana Deluccia, return from last year’s squad that narrowly missed advancing past the CIF-Southern Section Northern Division Team Championship round. The Lions also welcomed three talented freshmen, Charissa Shang, Catherine Rao and Eden Tan, all of whom are Toyota Tour Cup players. […]

Election is about Cornerstone

We live here because of Agoura Hills’ special quality of life and good schools. Our quality of life is threatened by the votes of the incumbents who are seeking reelection. Traffic is gridlocking our streets and the Kanan Bridge. The traffic on Kanan has been bad for a while, so why hasn’t something been done by now by these longtime […]

Swing away golf day at the North Ranch Country Club

Good deeds

Temple Aliyah will host Mitzvah Day from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. Sun., Aug. 26 at 6025 Valley Circle Blvd., Woodland Hills. Local charities will provide activities for all ages. The groups will also take in collections of new toys for children, games, books and art supplies as well as toiletries, food, baby toiletries and adult business attire. The participating […]

Start the bus

Cal Lutheran, Moorpark College prepare for season



Football teams at Cal Lutheran and Moorpark College will meet in the preseason. The Acorn’s local college football teams will scrimmage each other at 7 tonight at Moorpark College. The teams will engage in special teams plays, take turns running scripted series and play one or two quarters of simulated live action. “It’s good competition, and it’s fun, too,” said […]

She’s back

In response to the “OMG, Omarosa” letter, we need to start by getting the reality in chief out of office, right along with Omarosa and the rest of the followers who are making America disgusting. This guy is the biggest embarrassment the presidency has ever seen. You mention “Lashing out at the president when she got called out for being […]

Junior competitors find smooth sailing ahead

Young sailors from yacht club are buoyed with confidence

The Westlake Yacht Club junior sailing team recently traveled to Dana Point to participate in the North America National Tera Championship. The sailing competition, which took place Aug. 4 and 5 outside the harbor breakwater in open ocean under moderate to good winds on Saturday followed by light winds on Sunday. The Westlake team consisted of four Westlake Yacht Club […]


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