June 16, 2005 RSS feed / Front Page

Health & Wellness

Tea, fashion show to help in fight against Alzheimer’s

Event set for June 24 at Sherwood Country Club

When 200 people sit down to tea and a fashion show at the Sherwood Country Club on Fri., June 24, they More...

Sports

Destiny driven

Westlake grad Tasha-Nicole Terani uses her unusual soccer talent to spread a powerful message

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East gets best of West in Ventura County All-Star baseball game

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High emotions fuel defensive battle at East-West All-Star game

West wins 7-0 to snap four-game losing streak as fans get to say goodbye to some local greats

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Police

ewbury Park

At 9:30 a.m. June 4 in the 300 block of Castillian Avenue, vandals caused $300 in damages. More...

Family

Students knighted in academics

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Children invited to play with big trucks

Conejo Recreation and Park District will host Touch-A-Truck for children of all ages from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Sat., June 18 at the Thousand Oaks Community Center, 2525 N. More...

Bath time can help baby, parents bond

A warm bath can be a relaxing, enjoyable bonding experience for parent and baby. While new parents might worry about getting started, a few helpful bathing hints can make a real splash with baby. More...

Editorials

Do people do well because we reward them or because we expect it

There are two ways to look at the people who serve taxpayers in this area. Both ways are related to the demographics of Conejo Valley. We are well-educated with higher than average incomes. More...

Cops praise woman who resisted kidnapper

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Thousand Oaks seeks residents’ input on public transit

With increasing traffic on its streets, the city of Thousand Oaks wants to encourage new riders to use its transportation system and to keep current users happy. More...

City will stop providing marriage license service in city hall

Thousand Oaks residents thinking of getting married should make up their minds quickly to save themselves a trip to Ventura County offices. More...

Community

Equestrians to help disadvantaged youth

Although not yet in a permanent location, a new Thousand Oaks equestrian program geared toward disadvantaged children is already making a difference. More...

Kidnapping suspect treated for dog bites, gunshot wounds

Dennis Elliot Shellhouse, a Phenix City, Ala. resident who allegedly attempted to kidnap a Lake Sherwood woman, was taken to the hospital to be treated for dog bites and gunshot wounds last week. More...

Issue over ‘copper curtain’ still alive

Letters Beauty is in the eye of the beholder, and for Billy Martin, there More...

Calendar

THURS., JUNE 16

World Traveler Talks World traveler Irma Kackert will present a slide lecture on Ireland and Switzerland at 1 p.m. at Goebel Senior Adult Center, 1385 E. Janss Road, Thousand Oaks. (805) 3812744 Identity Theft Info Women More...

Schools

Oaks Christian commencement emphasizes faith in God

Dressed in burgundy caps and gowns, the Oaks Christian graduating class of 2005 was greeted by a smiling, cheering, flash-popping full house of family and friends during last week More...

Five Oaks Christian High standouts

At Oaks Christian High School, Amanda Gill exudes a passion for learning and campus life. More...

Five La Reina standouts

Jennifer has hobbies just like most teenagers. She likes to ski, surf and write poetry. Oh, one more thing More...

Faith

Pastor inspired by Billy Graham

Little did Gary Alan Dickey realize that his life would be so drastically changed by a telecast featuring the Rev. Billy Graham. As he listened to the evangelist More...

Vacation Bible School planned

Christ the King Lutheran Church presents More...

Letters

Science may be helpful in crime prevention

In reading of the four dead and five wounded on Memorial Day and May 31 here in the Conejo and Simi valley areas, this information screams at me: he who did the killing and injuring had a history of violent behavior. More...

The rhetoric on political parties gets us nowhere

I hereby challenge all letter writers to the Thousand Oaks Acorn to base their opinions upon facts unmitigated by anger and frustration. More...

Opposes Lowe’s for many reasons

Why do I oppose building a Lowe More...

Real Estate

Family-Friendly With 4-Bedrooms

This family-friendly floor plan with four bedrooms and three baths is located in a popular neighborhood on a quiet cul-de-sac. More...

Beautiful Mountain Views

You may enjoy beautiful mountain views from this dramatic, updated Westlake Village townhome with about 2600 sq. ft. of living space, three bedrooms and three baths. More...

Teri Pacitto

Teri Pacitto was recently congratulated by Syd Leibovitch president/broker and Branch Manager Gaye Rainey of the Westlake Village office for first quarter sales production of $8 million. Pacitto More...