May 26, 2005 RSS feed / Front Page

Riding for good health

GEARING UP FOR A RIDE More...

Health & Wellness

Peggy Fleming to help cancer group

When Peggy Fleming was diagnosed with breast cancer, she described her battle as More...

Walking for a cure

‘YOU GOTTA HAVE HOPE’—Westlake High School Relay for Life team members, left to right, Lauren Mathews, Melanie Leahy, Juan Ricafort and Amanda Adams enjoy a sunset lap around the Ago More...

Seniors can learn about nutrition, diabetes next Thursday afternoon

Los Robles Hospital and Medical Center More...

Calendar

THURS., MAY 26

Simi AARP to Meet AARP Simi Chapter No. 3605 meets 1 p.m. at Simi Valley Senior Center, 3900 Avenida Simi, Simi Valley. More...

Schools

Westlake Elementary kids care about pets

HELPING ANIMALS More...

High school seniors can get training from Kaiser

Students who will be entering their senior year of high school this fall and who are interested in a healthcare career are invited to participate in the Kaiser Permanente Continuing Care Palliative-Hospice Care Program. More...

T.O. woman to seek career in nursing

Carolyn Bruce of Thousand Oaks was awarded a bachelor More...

Business

Software firm moves into Westlake

Liquid Entertainment, a company specializing in the development of entertainment software for the PC and console markets, recently leased a 6,380-sq.-ft. office space in Westlake Spectrum, 31280 Oak Crest Drive, Ste. 3, Westlake Village. More...

Insurance company to open T.O. office

Progressive Casualty Insurance Corporation will open a new Ventura County claims office after having signed a five-year lease with the owners of The Arbors, an 18acre low-density office complex in T.O. The company will occupy 13,000 sq. ft. More...

Faith

Leadership mission open to juniors

High school juniors (current sophomores) who are interested in fostering understanding among diverse groups are invited to participate in the Anti-Defamation League More...

Temple has full calendar for June

Temple Etz Chaim will host the following events in June. The temple is at 1080 Janss Road, Thousand Oaks. For information, call (805) 497-6891. More...

June 4 concert geared for children

The Continental Kids will present their annual Children More...

Editorials

Fillmore signs are nonsense

Some freeway signs are useless. When you travel through Thousand Oaks on the 101 Freeway in either direction, you More...

Governor’s budget may speed up 23 Freeway improvement project

The commute will improve for drivers who use the 23 Freeway if the state legislature approves the governor More...

CHP to be on the lookout for impaired holiday motorists

When driving this Memorial Day weekend, be sure to buckle your safety belts and obey the laws of the road. Some traffic enforcement agencies are increasing their patrols, and they More...

City’s notification process on new proposals under fire

When a project is proposed in Thousand Oaks, the city notifies nearby residents via mailed letters and through posted signs at the proposed site. Over the past year that notification process has been criticized by some residents who feel it isn More...

Acorn goes on holiday schedule

Mon., May 30 is Memorial Day, which will affect the deadlines for the Acorn Newspapers of June 2 and 3. More...

Community

The location: The 101 Freeway/ 23 Freeway interchange The problem: The interchange signs don More...

Community awards to be given on Fri., June 10

The third annual Spirit of Community Awards Celebration will be presented by Amgen and the Thousand Oaks-Westlake Village Community Foundation, a part of the Thousand Oaks/ Westlake Village Regional Chamber of Commerce, from 7 to 9 p.m. More...

Schwarzenegger representative speaks to local business leaders

A representative for California Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger called upon local business owners to push their elected leaders to work with the governor on various issues including balancing the state More...

On the Town

City council made the right decision

I have lived in and owned a small business in Thousand Oaks for many years. I raised my two children here and have been involved joyfully in numerous service groups and nonprofits. More...

Gatch gone for good reasons

As more information emerges regarding Phil Gatch More...

Gatch resignation was mishandled

Enough already! The fact that the political majority had the votes to make a change at the city managerial level is a reflection of our democracy. More...

Sports

Schlopy is ‘Taylor-made’ for the game of softball

Facing Oaks Christian sophomore Taylor Schlopy in the pitching circle is a lot like facing two-time World Series of Poker champion Johnny Chan in a head More...

Former T.O. baseball standout Cordiero blazing along in Bakersfield

Sevenor 10-hour bus rides into the night immediately following nine innings of baseball, a fast food diet, motels, hours of sitting around and being ready for game time. More...

Not going to reLAX

Part one of a two-part story on lacrosse

This past spring, Agoura High School More...

Police

Newbury Park

Police arrested a motorist for driving under the influence at 1:10 a.m. May 13 on Theresa Drive at Wendy Drive. More...

Family

The Case for Small Colleges

One of the most important considerations in choosing a college is size. A small college of 2,000 students provides a completely different experience than a large university of 20,000. More...

Senior slump in high school can ruin hard work

If you More...

Kids get back to nature at June 4 festival

Children More...

Real Estate

This Darling One Story Home Is Extremely Tidy And Well Kept

This darling single-story home with two bedrooms and one-and-a-half bathrooms is extremely tidy and well kept. More...

Gayle Caughey

With over 26 years of real estate experience, Gayle Caughey of Remax on the Boulevard is their top producer and has been providing top-notch service to her valued clients for all their real estate needs. More...

A Magnificent English Country Estate

One of Lake Sherwood More...