July 14, 2005 RSS feed / Front Page

The Lakes to open soon adjacent to the Civic Arts Plaza

A new gathering place where customers will be able to shop, dine, stroll and even ice skate is about to open. More...

Health & Wellness

Baxter executive joins Wellness Community

Baxter Healthcare More...

Eye surgery advances offered locally

People with cloudy vision no longer have to deal with glasses or contact lenses, due to technological advances in LASIK surgery. Dr. Rajesh Khanna, a certified master of surgery, specializes in safe surgical procedures for vision correction. More...

Lupus group to meet

Joanne Chaffeur, co-facilitator of the Conejo Valley Lupus Support Group, announced a new location for the group More...

Calendar

THURS., JULY 14

A Look at Fossils Conejo Gem & Mineral Club hosts Jim Brace-Thompson discussing More...

Schools

CLU names new education dean

President Luther S. Luedtke has announced the selection of Terence R. Cannings, EdD as dean of the School of Education at California Lutheran University. His appointment became effective July 1. More...

Teens can learn to surf

The Thousand Oaks Teen Center will offer a Surf Camp from 8:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m., Mon. through Fri., Aug. 15 through 19. Teens who will be entering grades 7 through 12 may participate. More...

Police

Newbury Park

A suspect stole personal property from a home between 2 and 7 p.m. June 29 at an undisclosed Colonett Place address. More...

Reading is fun-damental

BILL SPARKES/Acorn Newspapers READY TO READ More...

‘C’MON, YOU CAN DO IT’—Bessie, a 6 year-old female Akita was surrendered by her owner. Bessie can be adopted from the Agoura Animal Shelter at 29525 Agoura Road. More...

Letters

Letter writer puts no priority on morality

Regarding the letter More...

Religious people cannot deny their belief in God

Regarding Marc Rogers More...

Statement cards opposing gay marriage ignored

The Conejo Valley School Board has rejected the will of the people by choosing the new health textbook that includes a homosexual view of marriage. More...

Real Estate

Large Backyard with Redone Pool and Spa

This single story home offers nice curb appeal. Features include vaulted ceiling in the living room, large remodeled kitchen with granite counter tops, all new stainless steel appliances and a dining room overlooking the backyard. More...

Custom Tri-Level Home

With a majestic entry, soaring ceilings and windows galore, this home has much to offer. More...

Steve Young

Steve Young, Erica Hamilton and Allan Argano of Century 21 Adobe Realty in Agoura Hills were recently congratulated by owners Chuck Leko and Michael Schaller for outstanding production for May. More...

Spelling of street name debated in city hall

Who knew that a simple spelling error made years ago would now create a dilemma for the city of Thousand Oaks and raise emotions among those affected? More...

T.O. one of several cities hoping to stimulate tourism

Thousand Oaks took a step closer to forming a tourism board with neighboring communities during Tuesday night More...

Walking the long and winding road

BILL SPARKES/Acorn Newspapers HIKING IN THE PARK More...

Community

Three new members to serve on Boys & Girls Club Board of Governors

The Boys & Girls Clubs of Conejo and Las Virgenes recently named three new members to its board of governors: Matt Morrison of Westlake Village, Shannon Nash of Thousand Oaks and Gary Stephani of Lake Sherwood. More...

To promote public safety, city will observe National Night Out

The city of Thousand Oaks will celebrate its third annual National Night Out (NNO) from 4 to 9 p.m. Sat., Aug. 6. More...

City continues to look at what to do about recreational vehicles

The challenge of what to do about recreational vehicle parking in Thousand Oaks is a problem that has plagued the city for years. More...

On the Town

For some reason, the penguin ( aptenodytes forsteri More...

Free concert in the park

The Conejo Recreation and Park District will present We Five in a free family Concert in the Park at 5 p.m. Sun., July 17 at Conejo Community Park, 1175 Hendrix Ave., Thousand Oaks. More...

Sports

Conejo East All-Stars shutdown the West to stay alive in District 13

When the Conejo Valley Little League split into two teams for All-Stars at the end its regular season, both coaches and players were well aware of the possibility that the two squads might, for the first time in chapter history, ha More...

Local fifth-grader represents next generation of golfers

Over the last decade, the emergence of golf More...

10-U Thunder sets new standard in WAGS

In its nearly 20 years of existence, the Westlake-Agoura Girls More...

Faith

Summer program begins for Conejo Jewish Teens

Conejo Jewish Teens, a summer program, has been formed by Ron Li-Paz, an operatic cantor at the Valley Outreach Synagogue in Reseda. More...

Family

Kids can learn to manage money

The Money Camp for Kids still has openings available in two sessions: Monday through Friday, June 27 through July 1 at the Old Meadows Center, Thousand Oaks, and Aug. 1 through 5 at the Madera after-school portable in Simi Valley. More...

Foundation presents college scholarships

The Thousand Oaks-Westlake Village Community Foundation presented six high school seniors each with a $500 scholarship to assist with their college education. More...

Arts Council seeks volunteer who can work from home

The Ventura County Arts Council is seeking a data entry volunteer to create a database to be used primarily as a newsletter mailing list. More...