March 31, 2005 RSS feed / Front Page

Unusual sight for So Cal

RANDY THOMSON/Acorn Newspapers TWO POTS OF GOLD-Two rainbows formed in the eastern sky during one the season's later rainstorms. More...

Health & Wellness

Put your best foot forward in these cities

Walking is one of the nation More...

Post-Polio Support Group will meet Saturday

The Post-Polio Support Group will meet at 1:30 p.m. Sat., April 2 in the Fireside Room at United Methodist Church, 2394 Erringer Road, Simi Valley. More...

Family Night set for Lupus Support Group

The Conejo Valley Lupus Support Group will feature Family Night at 6:30 p.m. Tues., April 5 at the Westlake Village Urgent Care and Occupational Health Center, 4415 S. Lakeview Canyon Road, Westlake Village. More...

Schools

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Step up to the bat

JANN HENDRY/Acorn Newspapers LOOKS LIKE A MOUSE WITH WINGS-Garret Beck, 5, and his cousin, Sequoia Middle School eighth-grader Tyler Coffman, move in for a closeup look at Brando, a big brown bat, during last Saturday's lecture by Diana Simons at th More...

Club seeks scholarship applicants

The Westlake Women More...

Business

Coffee shop to host month-long anniversary

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EDD to host basic payroll tax seminar

The Employment Development Department will sponsor a free "State Basic Payroll Tax" seminar from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Fri., April 8 at the Simi Valley Job and Career Center, 980 Enchanted Way, Ste. 105, Simi Valley. More...

Police

Newbury Park

Someone committed grand theft of personal property between 1 and 2 p.m. March 21 on Potrero Road at Wendy Drive. More...

Faith

Christian group helps tsunami victims

This past December, Americans witnessed the largest natural disaster in recent history, the devastation caused by the tsunami in South Asia. More...

Contemporary evening service starts in Westlake Village

Westlake Lutheran Church will begin contemporary worship services from 6 to 7 p.m. Sat., April 9 at 2630A Townsgate Road, Westlake Village. The new "Saturday Night Alive! More...

Family

Auto Club members can pay traffic tickets online

The Automobile Club of Southern California has announced that its members may now use the Auto Club More...

Workshop to explore foster childcare issues

A series of workshops on foster child care issues will be offered this spring in Moorpark and Thousand Oaks. More...

Youngster learns self-defense

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CVUSD

School Board not unanimous in protesting state budget

The Conejo Valley Unified School District Board of Education approved a resolution last week opposing the governor More...

School animals taken away after shelter finds fault with sanitation

Special education students at Conejo Elementary School in Thousand Oaks no longer have their beloved animals to care for at school. More...

Scam artists still working door-to-door here

Sharply dressed young people, claiming they are area teens or college students trying to get reduced tuition or win prizes, are canvassing local communities selling books. More...

Don’t forget to change clocks

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Community

Daylight-saving time means more sunshine

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What are a.m. and p.m.?

When you get up at 2 a.m. Saturday night (actually Sunday morning) to change your clocks for daylight-saving time, here are some answers to questions you may have pondered. More...

Everyday Math has its proponents

Part two of two

Planted firmly on the opposite side of the math war from the detractors of whole math are its proponents More...

On the Town

State Street Ballet to salute the Swing era

State Street Ballet will present "Ballroom More...

Scandinavian hymns to be sung at CLU

Organist Robert Hobby and members of the Cal Lutheran University Choral Ensembles will present a concert of "mostly Scandinavian hymns" at 2 p.m. Sun., April 10 in Samuelson Chapel on the campus at 60 W. Olsen Road, Thousand Oaks. More...

Kids can learn stamp collecting

The Stamp Club of Goebel Center will host a Youth Stamp Day event recommended for ages 6 to 16 from 12:30 to 3:30 p.m. Sat., April 9 at the center, 1385 E. Janss Road, T.O. More...

Sports

Made for the mound

Thanks to a loaded stable of strong arms, Agoura is an early favorite to win a Marmonte League title

Most experienced pitchers will tell you without trying to sound too pretentious that it More...

Spring break means tournament time for local teams

While most of their classmates are enjoying family vacations, time with friends or simply a week of rest and relaxation during spring break, many student-athletes are taking advantage of the time off to compete in tournaments throughout California, a More...

The Warriors are off and gunnin’

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Pets

Pet of the Week

JANN HENDRY/Acorn Newspapers These puppies need special love-A litter of pit bull pups are in need of new homes. They can be adopted individually with a contract from the Agoura Animal Shelter at 29525 Agoura Road. More...

Agoura Animal Shelter to offer amnesty period to dog owners

Thousand Oaks residents who voluntarily purchase dog licenses and update delinquent dog licenses by Sat., May 14 at the Agoura Animal Shelter, 29525 Agoura Road, Agoura Hills will have all late fees waived during this Penalty Waiver Program. More...

Letters

Walking to school still makes sense

In response to Puffin Law More...

New store a threat to birds

I along with my neighbors have appealed the Sport Chalet project intended to be located in the Sav-On/Ralphs neighborhood shopping center near Janss and Moorpark roads. Our hearing date is tentatively set for April 5 at Thousand Oaks City Hall. More...

Busy street even more dangerous from speeders

We all have a comfortable lifestyle in Westlake Village. So what More...