September 16, 2005 RSS feed / Front Page

Remains of married couple found 28 years after plane crash

The remains of Norman and Beverly Wascher, a Thousand Oaks couple killed in a 1977 plane crash, were discovered Sept. 2 by a logging crew in Stafford, Calif., according to officials with the Humboldt County Sheriff More...

Health & Wellness

Experts issue new guidelines on treating alcoholism

In a departure from established therapy that views and treats alcohol dependence as a behavioral problem and not a disease, health experts issued new guidelines supporting the combination of medication and professional counseling i More...

Fundraiser helps fight liver disease

JANN HENDRY/Acorn Newspapers SECRET INGREDIENTS More...

Bella Vita Club supports the Wellness Community

Bella Vita Social Club selected the Wellness Community as the benefactor of this year More...

Calendar

THURS., SEPT. 15 Goebel Travel Program Irma Kackert will give a slide presentation depicting the times she worked in Saudi Arabia at 1 p.m. at the Goebel Senior Adult Center, 1385 E. Janss Road, Thousand Oaks. (805) 381-2744 More...

Schools

What it’s like to be a senior at TOHS

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Register now for classes in Simi Valley

Registration is now open for the Rancho Simi Recreation and Park District More...

Park production a big hit for kids

JANN HENDRY/Acorn Newspapers ENJOYING THE GREAT OUTDOORS More...

Business

Senior Retreat to assist hurricane victims Chamber mixer More...

Here are tips on getting venture capital

If you More...

Faith

Church has busy calendar

The Westlake Church of Religious Science announces its new address at 880 Hampshire Road, Suite V, Westlake Village, and several special events this month at the church. More...

Temple prepares for High Holidays

The High Holy Days represent a renewal of spirit to the Jewish people. More...

Hyatt site of Chabad services

Chabad of the Conejo will host High Holiday services at the Hyatt Westlake Plaza in the hotel More...

Letters

Doesn’t want outdoor lights at the park and bark

I attended the Conejo Recreation and Parks District meeting of Sept. 1 to discuss the proposed lights for the dog park. It was wellattended by lighting supporters, all whining about the delays in the project, some asking why the lights weren More...

KCLU critic has his own agenda

Regarding Cary Ginell More...

Bush praised for taking proactive stance against terrorism

This is in response to Kevin Redner More...

Editorials

Lights for the dog park? Council better review it

The city council should review the planning commission More...

Charity expert offers advice on Katrina relief

Responding to the widespread devastation caused by Hurricane Katrina, people all over the country have their checkbooks out, ready to give. More...

Masry, Bill-de la Peña back to work

There were a number of surprises during the Thousand Oaks City Council meeting on Tuesday. More...

City won’t get the deal it hoped for regarding Mount Clef Ridge

After months of negotiations, a deal on the sensitive Mount Clef Ridge parcel on the north side of More...

Former high school principal takes new position in school district

Meet Jo-Ann Yoos More...

Community

Despite protests, T.O. dog park to get lights

Dogs and their owners will be able to use the popular dog park on Avenida de Las Flores in Thousand Oaks on dark winter nights. At its Monday night meeting, the city More...

Honoring those who served

BILL SPARKES/Acorn Newspapers RECOGNITION More...

Nutrition program helps senior citizens

Senior Concerns, a nonprofit program for seniors with special needs, operates a Senior Adult Day Care Center with a nutrition program at 401 Hodencamp Road in Thousand Oaks. More...

On the Town

Former TOHS trumpeter a competitor in Drum Corps

A bugle was one of the few possessions brought along to America in the early 19th Century by Larissa Benedek More...

T.O. Arts Festival set for 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday and Sunday next to Civic Arts Plaza

Admission is free

Jane Seymour More...

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Sports

Panthers under the direction of a new coach

Newbury Park girls More...

Serving one up for charity

Patrick Shelby/Acorn Newspapers HELPING HAND More...

Westlake Heat capture third grade NJB title

The Westlake Heat, a team comprised of local third graders, captured the National Junior Basketball (NJB) title Sunday with a 48-19 victory over the Westlake Wizards at Colina Middle School. More...

Police

Thousand Oaks At 1:30 p.m. Sept. 4 at U.S. Bank in Vons supermarket in the 2000 block of E. More...

Family

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Kids’ musical workshop offered

Showboat Youththeatre will offer a musical comedy workshop for children ages 5 through 9 from 3:30 to 4:30 p.m. Saturdays beginning Sept. 24 in Westlake Village. The workshop will culminate in a performance of More...

Garden will host pinecone bird-feeder craft class

Children ages 4 and up are invited to participate in a More...

Columns

Q: At some recent funerals I More...

Real Estate

Unbelievable Views and Privacy

Nestled in the Santa Monica mountain range with unbelievable views and privacy is this exceptional property located minutes from Malibu, beaches and the freeway. More...

Flat Acre Lot in Guard Gated Lake Sherwood

This about 8,700 square foot American Colonial estate is located on a rare flat acre lot at the end of the most desirable cul-de-sac in guard gated Lake Sherwood. More...

Surrounded by Trees on Cul-de-sa

The gated Colony of Westlake Village features this highly upgraded 3-bedroom, 2.5-bath beauty. At the end of a cul-de-sac, the townhome is surrounded by trees and has a spacious patio. More...