July 21, 2005 RSS feed / Front Page

Fate of Two Winds Ranch, Rancho Potrero topic of two meetings in Thousand Oaks

Two Winds Ranch continues to move closer to getting long-awaited renovations after years of debate among residents, equestrians, city of Thousand Oaks officials and the interim operator. More...

Health & Wellness

Oncologists offer suggestions on coping with cancer

The uncertainties surrounding the cancer treatment process can leave many feeling anxious or even overwhelmed. More...

On the Town

Volunteer actors needed for community service film

Volunteer actors are needed for a video about the financial abuse and exploitation of senior citizens. The production will be taped in August. More...

Romantic summer evening coming soon

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Agoura resident to perform at Scherr

Alan Roubik, composer and recording artist from Agoura Hills, will present a solo piano concert at 2 p.m. Sun., July 24 at the Scherr Forum Theatre at the Thousand Oaks Civic Arts Plaza, Thousand Oaks. More...

Sports

Conejo Valley’s Junior All-Stars stay alive with another first-place finish

Less than 11 months ago there was a parade in Thousand Oaks to honor the United States champion Conejo Valley Little League All Stars. More...

It was hard not to crack a half-smile this past Monday as I, along with 25,000 fans at the Home Depot Center and likely millions more viewing on TV, watched visiting Real Madrid put on a soccer clinic against the host LA Galaxy. More...

Eby leaves coaching job at Westlake to take over position at Newbury Park

While there More...

Police

Newbury Park

On the night of July 9 in the 3900 block of Blackwood Street, vandals caused over $400 in damages. More...

Family

Herbs easy for kids to grow

Herb gardens are growing in popularity and for good reason. In addition to their role in cooking, they More...

Assistance League has new officers

Assistance League of Conejo Valley recently installed its 20052006 board of directors during a luncheon at North Ranch Country Club. More...

A pair of cousins, both winners

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Letters

T.O. City Council praised again

Recently I spoke on behalf of the Agoura/Oak Park/Conejo Valley Chamber of Commerce at the Thousand Oaks City Council meeting to support our joint effort to form a Conejo Valley Tourism Collaborative. More...

Unhappy with Fox, Irwin, Gillette

As a board member of Save the Conejo (STC), I More...

Minds made up on CVUSD Board

It should disturb a lot of parents that the elected officials on the Conejo Valley Board of Education begrudingly heard the majority of the 45 speakers at the meeting respectfully request they vote against adopting the Glencoe Health t More...

Home-school program coming to CVUSD

This fall Conejo Valley Unified School District (CVUSD) will welcome home-schooled kids into the fold for the first time. More...

More than $1.5 million in marijuana plants found in Newbury Park

The potent smell of pot filled the air of a rugged little ravine bordering the Arroyo Conejo Creek in Newbury Park last Friday. More...

Community

State senators seek o limit power of eminent domain

State Sens. Tom McClintock (R-Thousand Oaks) and Dean Florez (D-Shafter) joined with other top-ranking California lawmakers recently to introduce a state constitutional amendment More...

Expansion at Los Robles Hospital is on schedule

This week marks the one-year anniversary of the groundbreaking for Los Robles Hospital More...

Art museum still seeking a home

By Sophia Fischer sfischer@theacorn.com

The Conejo Valley Art Museum once again came away empty-handed after appealing to the city of Thousand Oaks for funding to create a permanent site. More...

Schools

Concordians to eat corn

Get ready for corn on the cob with Cobbers when Concordia College of Moorhead, Minn., hosts a More...

Making suds and money

ADAM DAVIS/Acorn Newspapers SQUEAKY CLEAN More...

T.O. woman graduates from college

Tiffanie Cross-Monzo of Thousand Oaks has received a bachelor of science degree in business from Sacred Heart University in Fairfield, Conn. The school is the first Catholic university to be led and staffed by lay people. More...

Business

Rotary Club appoints new officers, board members

The Rotary Club of Thousand Oaks has announced its officers and board of directors for 20052006. More...

Pets

JANN HENDRY/Acorn Newspapers LOOKING FOR LOVE More...

Faith

Temple to welcome new rabbi at open house

Temple Adat Elohim, a Reform congregation, will host an open house from 10 a.m. to noon Sun., July 24 at 2420 E. Hillcrest Drive, Thousand Oaks. More...

Mormon choir to give free concert

The Southern California Mormon Choir will perform in a free concert at 7 p.m. More...

Christian kids learn, help a worthy cause

FUTURE BIOLOGISTS? More...

Columns

If Tom Cruise has the intensity of a Jedi knight, then Owen Wilson has the bodacious audacity of Jabba the Hutt, and rarely has the Dark Side been this much fun. More...

Editorials

Help your kids stay out of trouble

Every year, cops remind us that kids can get into trouble during summer break. More...

Real Estate

Ken and Barbie Heller

Ken and Barbie of Coldwell Banker Westlake Village Promenade were recently congratulated for having listed and sold over $9.5 million during a recent 60-day period. The Heller More...

Highly Upgraded Westlake Village Condo

This highly upgraded condo in Westlake Village has two bedrooms and one bath. One bedroom has been converted to a formal dining room. More...

David Friedman

David Friedman was congratulated by broker/ owner Syd Leibovitch and Calabasas branch manager Lu Duffy for his outstanding achievements. Friedman closed seven deals in the past 30 days for a total of $5 million in closed sales. More...